Panthers cruise past Saints
Senior Kelly Pine scored a team-high 16 points in the win for Hoosick Falls.
Lizza Ryan had 13 points, while Noreen McAuliffe added 12 in the contest for the Panthers.
Hoosick Falls led 44-9 at halftime.
With the win, Hoosick Falls improves to 9-2 on the season.
The Panthers will next play host to Stillwater on Friday at 7:30 p.m.
Mount Anthony sweeps at Viking
PERU — The Mount Anthony Nordic ski team swept the race at Wild Wings on Tuesday. The MAU boys scored 17, ahead of Brattleboro's 22 and BBA. On the girls side, Bethany Hassett's 10th place finish gave MAU the edge by one point, 18-19 over Brattleboro.
Six MAU boys were in the top 10 places, including Austin Buttle in second place with a time 13 minutes, 46 seconds. Noah Payne was fourth in 14:20, with Bill Greenwald fifth at 14:40 and Ben Doucette sixth at 14:43. Not scoring in the team event but with top 10s were Jack Drew in eighth and Clayton Schroeder in 10th.
On the girls side, Allie Boudreau won her first race of the year with a 16:41 time. Emily Altland was fourth overall in 17:03, followed by Natalie Jelley sixth and Brianna Zipprich seventh. Hassett was 10th in 17:41, just ahead of a Brattleboro skier, the difference in the win.
MAU splits with Taconic
BENNINGTON — The Mount Anthony swim team split with Taconic in the pool at the Bennington Rec Center on Tuesday.
The girls fell 94-76, while the boys won 104-13.
Winners for the girls included victories in two of the relays, the 200 medley and the 200 free relay.
Individually, Emily Calder was best in the 50 free, while Jena Staab won the 200 free. Shaana Staab finished first in the 200 IM.
According to coach Ann Webster-Lang, the swimmers had 29 best times overall.
On the boys side, the Patriots won every event except the 500 free. Owen Denue won the 200 free, Morgan Flynn took the 200 IM and Zach LaForest won the 50 free and 100 fly. Anthony Mazzola was best in the 100 free. Caden Watson also won the 100 back.
BBA falls in overtime
MANCHESTER — The Burr and Burton boys basketball team had a chance to take down Mount St. Joseph in the final seconds of overtime, but a Patrick Forstmann shot fell just short as MSJ scored a 66-64 win on Tuesday night.
Carter Vickers tied the game with 16 seconds left in regulation to send the game to the extra frame. Vickers led the way with 26 points, while Jake Nicholson added 18 for BBA, who fall to 4-3 on the year.
Bryce Little was also in doubles for the Bulldogs with 12.
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