Roundup: Bulldogs fall
After playing out a scoreless game through 74 minutes, Rutland was able to find the winner on a corner kick when the Bulldogs, attempting to clear the ball, put it in their own net, instead.
The Bulldogs fall to 7-4 with the loss.
Eagles bag winner late
ARLINGTON -- Playing against West Rutland, the Arlington Memorial High School boys soccer team needed a goal by Austin Hawley on a free kick with 17 seconds left to win 2-1.
Lucas Stroffoleno scored the first goal for the Eagles on a penalty kick, levelling up the score at 1-1.
West Rutland's Martin VanBuren opened the scoring in the first half before the Eagles made the comeback.
DJ Jennings had three saves in net.
Eagles take close one at LTS
DORSET - Konnor Andrews secured a win for the Arlington Memorial High School boys soccer team by striking in the second half, giving the Eagles a tight 3-2 win over Long Trail on Tuesday.
Lucas Stroffoleno hit the first two goals for the Eagles in the win, with Jared Lacoste assisting on both efforts.
Long Trail scored on two penalties, with Abdul Samalia hitting both shots into the net.
Eagles goalie DJ Jennings had five saves in net on the day.
The Eagles improve to 4-4 on the year with the win.
Eagles fall to Stratton
STRATTON - The Arlington Memorial High School girls soccer team led Stratton 2-1 after the first half of play Tuesday, but a physically imposing Stratton side was able to level things up with three minutes left in the second half before finding a winner in the second overtime.
Julia Lacoste and Brooke Hawley were on target for the Eagles in the first half.
Coach Dan Wood also noted strong play from Becca Solari and Hailey Davis.
"[Stratton] was big and strong," Wood said. "It was disappointing to lose with three minutes left but they were very good.
The Eagles fall to 2-5 on the season.
BBA boys XC places second
BRATTLEBORO - The Mount Anthony Union High School cross country teams defended their perfect record in the Marble Valley League by winning a meet at Brattleboro on Tuesday.
Competing against Brattleboro, Burr and Burton Academy, Stratton, Stratford, Springfield, and Hartford, the Patriots were able to finish all 10 placed runners in the top 10 of each race to secure the wins.
In team totals for the girls, Mount Anthony won with 30 points, while Stratton finished second with 52. Burr and Burton finished in sixth with 140 points. For the boys, the Patriots won with 25 points, while Stratton was second with 70, and BBA was third with 78.
Andrew Brandmeyer took first overall for the boys with a time of 18 minutes, 13 seconds. Will Buckley was second with an 18:40, while Andy Barlow was third with an 18:59. Matt Strano finished ninth with a 19:54, and Andy Seward was 10th with a 19:59.
For Burr and Burton, Simon Aborn finished fifth with a 19:30. Tom Kittross was eighth with a 19:53, Eric Owens was 16th with a 20:34, Will Fisher was 20th with a 21:06, and Sam Silsby was 33 with a 22:35.
For the girls, two Stratton runners finished first and second.
MAU's Erica Hale was third with a 23:27, Molly O'Callaghan was fourth with a 23:32, Emily Smith was sixth with a 23:54, Abby Malmborg was eighth with a 24:19, and Kate Ahearn was ninth with a 24:20.
The BBA girls' times were not available for print.
Sullivan leads BBA
MANCHESTER - Burr and Burton Academy's Daisy Sullivan scored a hat trick to lead the Bulldogs past Mill River, breaking the Minutemen's seven-game unbeaten streak with a 3-0 win in girls soccer.
Sullivan scored twice in the first 17 minutes, than added the third 10 minutes into the second half. Sam Sullivan registered the shutout in goal. BBA is 6-3 and faces Otter Valley at the BBA campus field today.
Basketball clinic in Arlington
ARLINGTON - The University of Vermont women's basketball team will be hosting a free basketball clinic on October 12 for boys and girls grades 2-8.
The clinic will focus on skill development and fundamentals. Current players and coaches will be in attendance at the clinic.
The program will be held in the Arlington Memorial High School Gym from 9:30 a. m. to noon.
For more information, contact Ashley Hoyt at firstname.lastname@example.org
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