Eagles crush Rebels

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TOWNSHEND — Arlington sped out to a 14-point lead in the first quarter en route to a 64-38 win over Leland & Gray on Friday.

Jack Lane led the Eagles with 11 points, while Darren Golden had nine, all on 3-pointers. Keyshawn King added nine as 10 players scored for Arlington.

The Eagles are 5-1 and host Poultney on Wednesday.



Panthers edge Red Raiders

MECHANICVILLE, N.Y. — Lizza Ryan and Kelly Pine combined for 37 points as the Panthers improved to 8-2 with a 61-49 win over Mechanicville on the road Friday night.

Ryan led the way with 21 and Pine added 16, including a trio of three-pointers, in the victory. Logan Thayne also got into double figures with 10 points in the win. Pine had 11 rebounds for the double-double, while Sydney Miller added 10 rebounds.

The Panthers host Spa Catholic on Tuesday.



Bulldogs top Middlebury

MANCHESTER — For the second straight game, the Burr and Burton boys basketball team started slow but picked up the pace. Against Middlebury on Friday night, the Bulldogs won 52-39.

Carter Vickers led the way with 16 points, six rebounds and six assists, while Bryce Little had his season-high in scoring with 14 points, including 10 of those in the second half.

BBA is 4-2, while Middlebury drops to 0-8. BBA hosts MSJ on Tuesday.



MAU tournament today

Fourteen wrestling schools will take to the mats at Mt. Anthony Union HS on Saturday in hopes of dethroning the hosts at the annual MAU Wrestling Tournament.

Joining Vermont schools Mt. Anthony, Fair Haven, St. Johnsbury, Rutland and Otter Valley will be New Fairfield and Lyman (CT), Averill Park and Salem (NY), Southwick and Wilmington (MA), Pinkerton Academy and Salem (NH) and Mt. Hope (RI).

Wrestling starts at 9:45 a.m. and concludes with the finals at 6 p.m. Admission is $4 for adults and $2 for students/senior citizens during the day, and $4 for adults and $2 for students/senior citizens to attend just the finals.

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