The boys won with 29 points, edging out Woodstock with 33 and Burr and Burton Academy with 40.
Luke Keenan was the top finisher for MAU, finishing in fourth in a time of 16 minutes, 28 seconds. Teammates Will Buckely and Nick Altland finished in fifth and sixth, respectively, while Thomas Hendery was the fourth placer for MAU, finishing in 14th for the Patriots.
BBA's Scott Mooney was the top local finisher, finishing in third in 15:52. Woodstock's Zane Fields was first overall in 15:37.
BBA's Thomas Kittross was 10th, and the second placer for BBA, while teammate Anders Proft was right behind Kittross in 11th place. Simon Aborn was the fourth placer for BBA, finishing in 20th overall.
For the girls, Woodstock won the race with 17 points, while MAU was second with 33 and BBA was third with 68.
Helena Bigelow was second overall for BBA in 20:08, while Molly O'Callaghan was the top finisher for MAU in third, 10 seconds behind Bigelow.
MAU rounded out its scoring with Abby Malmborg in sixth, Kinsey Boudreau in 12th and Erica Hale in 13th.
BBA had Raili Utiger finish 23rd, Ali Leiter finish in 29th, and Amanda Mulroy finished 37th to round out the placers.
MAU and BBA will return to action next Thursday at Mt. Top for the start of the MVL Championships with a Classical race.
Bulldogs fall to Spaulding
BARRE -- The Burr and Burton Academy girls hockey team was able to outshoot Spaulding during Wednesday's hockey contest, but Spaulding won the battle 4-2 behind three goals in the first period.
BBA opened the scoring less than a minute into the contest when Morgan Bazyk scored on passes from Daisy Sullivan and Lucy Bisselle.
Spaulding answered, though, with goals from Julia Ormsbee, Talia Gariboldi and Cynthia Wilkins before the period ended to give the team a 3-1 edge.
In the second, BBA outshot Spaulding 9-5 but could not find the back of the net. In the third, BBA once again outshot Spaulding, this time 10-3, and managed to pull a goal back through Bazyk on a pass from Aggie Bisselle with 3:45 to play.
The Bulldogs could not find another goal, though, and Spaulding added an insurance goal late when Jessica Scott got on the breakaway and beat Kaylie Benson to make it 4-2.
Benson stopped 13 shots for BBA, while Morgan Gosselin made 27 saves for Spauling. Bazyk, who turned 18 on Wednesday, celebrated the milestone birthday with both of the goals for BBA.
BBA falls to 10-2-2, and play next on Saturday at home against Stowe at 5:45 p.m. It will be the Bulldogs' Senior Night