Roundup: Turner's big day the key in win over CVU


HINESBURG — Stella Turner scored four times, including the game-winner in the third period en route to the Burr and Burton girls hockey team's 6-4 win over CVU on Saturday.

Turner scored her first in the opening period, assisted by Kilo Francomb, but CVU tied it with a goal from Kiley McClure.

Turner added two more in the second, one unassisted and the other assisted by KerriAnn Campbell to give the sophomore a hat trick.

But CVU scored three of their own — Payton Skillen, McClure and Sabina Brochu doing the damage — and BBA trailed 4-3 heading to the third.

Miranda Eisenman tied the game at 4-4 off a Francomb assist, then Turner scored the eventual game-winner, scoring off an assist from Campbell.

Eisenman finished off the win late with her second goal of the night on a empty-netter.

Lola Herzog stopped 18 saves in the victory for BBA, who improve to 9-7-1 and travel to Brattleboro on Wednesday.

BBA skates past St. Johnsbury

MANCHESTER — Scoring a pair of goals in both the first and third periods, the Burr and Burton boys hockey team raced past St. Johnsbury 4-1 on Saturday at Riley Rink.

Jakub Mulac scored twice for the Bulldogs, while Joey McCoy and Mark Carthy added scores. Matt Grabher and McCoy also had assists.

St. Johnsbury scored its lone goal in the first period, Alexander Gates scoring off a Jeremy Reardon assist.

In goal, BBA's Ethan Simonds stopped 27 shots, while Garrett Rice made 24 saves for St. J.

Burr and Burton improve to 9-6 and are right back on the ice today, traveling to Burlington for its final away game of the year, a 4:20 p.m. start at Leddy Park.

SVC women fall in finale

CHICOPEE, Mass. — Southern Vermont College wrapped up its 2018-19 regular season Saturday afternoon — falling 66-47 to Elms College in New England Collegiate Conference action at Picknelly Arena.

The Blazers held a 30-20 lead at halftime and used the third quarter to garner some extra separation.

Maddy Main tied the team-high of nine points while leading the visitors with nine rebounds. Di Smith added another nine points in just 12 minutes off the bench, and Reileigh Harvey chipped in with a career-best seven points in eight minutes of reserve time.

SVC (6-19, 4-14) will be the No. 8 seed in the NECC tournament, but where and when they will play for their Tuesday quarterfinal was still to be determined.

SVC splits tri-match

JOHNSON — The Southern Vermont College men's volleyball team made its second trip in seven days to Northern Vermont University-Johnson on Saturday for a non-conference tri-match. The Mountaineers fell 3-0 to Nichols College, but SVC rebounded to finish the day with a 3-1 victory over the hosting Badgers at Carter Gym.

The Bison took their first of three meetings against SVC this year with set scores of 25-14, 25-6, and 25-19.

Southern Vermont senior Adrian Dickerson had five kills and five digs while sophomore Zach Rogers had another three kills and two digs. Freshman Fernando Perez posted eight digs in the effort.

Against the host Badgers, the Mountaineers won their first set against Johnson 25-19 before the Badgers came back to take the second by a 25-23 margin. Southern Vermont would claim comfortable wins in the next two games, however, with 25-13 and 25-14 tallies closing out the victory.

SVC junior Hans Resignac recorded a career-best 12 kills to lead all players, and he also had six digs in the win. Dickerson notched nine kills and four digs while Rogers chipped in with eight digs and six service aces. Perez chalked up a match-high 20 digs while senior Isaiah Backels had 23 assists, seven digs, and four kills.

SVC (3-6) is back in action on Saturday, February 23 as the Mountaineers visit Eastern Nazarene College for a New England Collegiate Conference tri; Southern Vermont will take on Endicott College at 1 p.m. before facing off with ENC at 3 p.m.

MAU to host youth basketball nights

BENNINGTON — The Mount Anthony basketball teams will host youth nights over the next week at Kates Gym.

The girls will host on Feb. 21 when the varsity takes on Rutland at home. The boys night will be Feb. 26 when the varsity boys host Rutland. Both are senior nights. Games are at 5:30 p.m. for the JV and a 7 p.m. tip for varsity. Youth teams get in free when they are in their jersey and teams will play at halftime.

Bennington Little League registration

BENNINGTON — Registration for the 2019 season will be held on February 21 at the Fire House on River Street in Bennington from 6 p.m.-8 p.m.

All players' ages five to 12 years of age in the Bennington and surrounding area looking to play baseball this year need to register.

For all registrants a photocopy of the birth certificate is required. Registration fee is $75 per player with a family maximum of $100 for all divisions except T-Ball (Instructional) which has been reduced to $50. The price includes the annual fundraiser.

For questions, please contact Geoff Metcalfe at 802-442-5465.

Hoosick baseball, softball registration

HOOSICK, N.Y. — Registration has started for the Hoosick Falls Little League.

Registrations will be available until Feb. 28. For questions, call Ted Senecal at 518-331-7286.


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