MAU boys lacrosse falls to Woodstock at home

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BENNINGTON — The Mount Anthony boys lacrosse team dropped its second straight game to start the season, as they lost to Woodstock at home 16-8.

Jeff Potter was a major contributor on offense for MAU. Owen Hansen and Max Noyes both scored a goal apiece for the Patriots.

Chris Mayer was in goal for MAU and according to coach Alex Cross, continues to show improvement in the net.

The Patriots fall to 0-2 on the season and are back in action Wednesday at Pittsfield.

BBA falls to CVU on road

HINESBURG — The Burr and Burton girls lacrosse team, playing the second game of a back-to-back, traveled to Hinesburg to face CVU and dropped a 16-6 decision.

The game was 10-2 CVU at the half before BBA started to make some headway in the scoresheet in the second half.

Olivia Watanabe had four goals to lead the Bulldogs, while Shayla Heekin added a goal and three assists. Charleigh Carthy had the sixth goal.

Bella Rieley had five goals to top the Redhawks, while Lydia Maitland had three goals and three assists.

Mia Brumsted, Natalie Durieux, Maggie Gannon, Teddi Simons, and Cate Noel all scored single tallies for CVU. Sophia Cresta had an assist.

Cassie Pearce and Lola Herzog shared goalkeeping for BBA and had 11 saves combined. Ali Wainer had 7 saves for CVU.

BBA drops to 1-3 on the year.

Panthers falls to Witches

GREENWICH, N.Y. — The Hoosick Falls baseball team is still in search of its first win of the season, as they fell to Greenwich 12-2 on the road.

The Witches scored three in the first and consistently grew the lead from there.

The Patriots had the bases loaded down six in the late innings, but couldn't cut into the lead any more.

Hoosick Falls scored its lone two ruins off of a passed ball and a bases loaded walk.

Max Kipp had a single and stolen base for the Panthers in the loss.

Hoosick Falls drops to 0-3 on the season and in the Wasaren League and is scheduled to play Mount Anthony on the road today.

Panthers offense explodes

GREENWICH, N.Y. — The Hoosick Falls softball team offense found its rhythm and belted 13 hits in a 12-6 win against Greenwich on the road Friday.

Both teams came out strong with the bats and both batted in five runs through the first two innings.

From there, Panthers pitcher Abigail Philpott settled down and allowed only one run the rest of the way.

Lead-off hitter Cecilia Vincent and Sophie Estes had three hits on the day, while Marissa Landry and Stephanie Merwin both had two hits. Mackenzie Ellis had four runs batted in on the day.

Hoosick Falls improves to 1-2 on the season and are back in action Monday against Cambridge at home.


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