Roundup: Bazyk powers Bulldogs

SAXTONS RIVER -- Playing in a non-league contest on Monday, the Burr and Burton Academy girls lacrosse team topped Vermont Academy 19-4 on the road.

Morgan Bazyk powered the Bulldogs with six goals in the win, while Hayley Sabol added four and Aggie Bisselle, Katy Jones and Cat Greenberg all had two goals. Casey Apps had four assists and one goal in the win.

Lauren Mackenzie had a quiet day in the cage, making only two saves.

BBA is now 7-2 on the year and return to action on Thursday at home against Rutland.

BBA girls tennis tops

RUTLAND -- No one has beaten the Burr and Burton Academy girls tennis team this season, and the Bulldogs moved to 10-0 on the year with a 6-1 win over Rutland on Monday.

Maddy Pagnucco, Irene Matas, Gabby Vella and Stella Oh all won their singles matches, while Jordan Harmon turned in the match of the afternoon at second singles, winning 6-3, 6-4.

In doubles, Eliza Breed and Silvia Velasco fell at first doubles while Julia Campanella and Haley McGrath won at second doubles.

BBA returns to action on Thursday at home against MAU.

Minutemen edge Bulldogs

CLARENDON -- In a pitcher's duel on Monday, the Mill River baseball team edged out Burr and Burton Academy 2-0.

Ryan Darling got the win on the mound for Mill River, pitching six innings while striking out six. Noah Rizio took the loss, going all seven innings while striking out eight and giving up seven hits.

At the plate, Dan Blanchard won the game for Mill River in the third, hitting a one out, two-run double.

In the seventh, BBA threatened when Rizio got on with a double then advanced to third on an error, putting runners on the corners with no outs. But Mill River brought in ace pitcher Nate Pritchard to close, and Pritchard delivered with three-straight strikeouts to end it.

BBA falls to 3-6 and returns to action on Wednesday at Otter Valley.


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