Two goals for Ward lead Eagles

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ARLINGTON — The Arlington girls soccer team picked up its seventh win in its last eight games, topping Sharon Academy 4-0 Wednesday afternoon.

Audrey Robinson started the scoring in the 5th minute of play.

The Eagles dominated possession throughout the rest of the half, but didn't add a goal.

Lilah Ward doubled the Arlington lead four minutes into the second half when she took a shot that the Sharon keeper got a hand on, but couldn't stop.

Haley Mattison set up Ward's second goal, a shot from 20 yards out, later in the half.

Mattison scored one of her own goal soon after, before Sharon added a goal with 59 seconds to play.

Arlington finishes the regular season at 9-5 and awaits its Division IV playoff seeding.

Stillwater downs Hoosick

HOOSICK, N.Y. — The Hoosick Falls girls soccer team ran into defending Class C state champion Stillwater and fell 4-0 Wednesday afternoon.

Brooke Pickett had two goals to lead the Warriors, who held a 3-0 lead at the half.

Logan Thayne made 15 saves in the losing effort for the Panthers.

Hoosick Falls drops to 9-6 and finishes the regular season on Friday.

Sanderson, Dugan lead LTS

DORSET — The Long Trail girls soccer team finished its regular season with a 4-0 win against Black River on Wednesday afternoon.

Molly Sanderson scored twice in the first half on assists from Adriana Grabach and Kathryn Dugan.

Dugan scored twice in the second half, both unassisted goals.

Kailyn Ploski-Skinner registered the shutout, dealing with high winds throughout the game.

LTS finishes at 5-9 and awaits its Division IV playoff seeding.

Panthers blank Salem-Cambridge

SALEM, N.Y. — The Hoosick Falls field hockey team picked up a 3-0 win against Salem-Cambridge Wednesday afternoon.

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Eva Helft scored a goal on a Catherine Kennedy assist with 3:05 left in the first half.

Madelyn Kasulinous and Kennedy scored goals in the second half for the Panthers.

Emma McCart had an assist on the Kennedy score.

Katie Weeden had three saves for Hoosick Falls.

The Panthers are 12-3 on the year and play Queensbury on Friday.

BBA second overall in Mountain Bike event

CANAAN, N.H. — The Burr and Burton mountain bike team competed at Cardigan Mountain School on Wednesday, taking second overall in the 11-team field.

Burr and Burton girls won each race in the competition, A, B, and C races. Harriet Dahlstrom, Devan Kajah and Hana Markowski all took first place in their respective categories.

Top point scorers for BBA included: Dahlstrom, Leah Mowry, Kajah, Ned Swartzentruber and Grace Distasio.

The Bulldogs host the last race of the regular season at Grafton Ponds Outdoor Center next week.

BBA girls win SVL

WOODSTOCK — The Burr and Burton girls cross country team took home first place in the Southern Vermont League championship meet Tuesday afternoon.

BBA had a team score of 36 points, besting second place Bellows Falls by two points.

The Bulldogs' Liara Foley was a second-place finisher in the girls race with a time of 21 minutes, 13 seconds.

Mount Anthony's Sarah Umphlett was third with a time of 21:32, while teammate Maggie Payne was sixth in 22:30.

BBA's Grace Cabasco and Lily Birch were sixth and seventh respectively.

The Bulldogs' boys team finished in sixth, while MAU was seventh. Woodstock won the boys league championship.

Asa Burrows-Crane had the best time for a Patriot boys runner, finishing in 14th place in 19:34.

Sean Foley was the top BBA finisher, taking 17th place in 20:02.

5K Run/Walk and Family Fun Run

NORTH BENNINGTON — The Village School of North Bennington is hosting the 3rd annual Track and Treat on Sunday morning, Oct 27. This event includes a 5K run/walk and a 1-Mile Family Fun Run, plus a special adventure course for young children. Runners and spectators are encouraged to dress up in costume. For more details and registration, go to or to register for the race go to


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