Whalen nets four, Arlington boys win
BELLOWS FALLS — The Arlington boys soccer team scored early and often in a 7-0 win against Bellows Falls Tuesday afternoon.
Lewis Whalen started the scoring 15 seconds into play on a pass from Alberto Lopez.
Whalen scored the second goal as well, before Dominic Whalen scored off a Cameron Rhodes assist.
Lewis Whalen finished the hat trick, before Lopez scored the next two goals to up 6-0.
Lewis Whalen netted his fourth goal of the night to finish the scoring.
Twenty-two different players saw action for the Eagles.
Eagles fall in OT
WEST RUTLAND — It took double overtime to decide the game, but West Rutland came out with a 3-2 win against the Arlington girls soccer team Tuesday afternoon.
The Golden Horde scored twice in the first half.
Lilith Fuchs put the Eagles on the board in the second half with 30 minutes to play in regulation on an assist from Haley Mattison.
With five minutes to go, Lilah Ward tied the game for Arlington on a free kick.
The 2-2 score held until the second overtime period, before a breakaway score netted the win for West Rutland.
Sharon edges LTS
SHARON — The Long Trail girls soccer team lost a heartbreaker 1-0 in overtime against Sharon Academy Tuesday afternoon.
Long Trail dominated play for much of the game, but couldn't put many balls on net.
Sharon scored the game-winning goal with two minutes to play in overtime.
LTS drops to 2-7 and hosts West Rutland on Thursday.
MAU wins in Bellows Falls
BELLOWS FALLS — The Mount Anthony golf team picked up a win a five-team tournament Monday afternoon.
MAU had a team score of 202, which topped Windsor by seven strokes.
Arlington was fourth in the tournament.
The Patriots' Andrew Marsden had the low score of the match, shooting a 46. Teammate Michael McKenna was three strokes back, shooting a 49.
Gabe Vladika had the low score for the Eagles with a 62.
Four score for BBA
BRATTLEBORO — The Burr and Burton girls soccer team remains unbeaten in Southern Vermont League action after picking up a 4-0 win against Brattleboro Saturday afternoon.
Rowan Russell got the scoring going off an assist from Annette Zilkha eight minutes into the first half.
Grace Pinkus netted her 19th goal of the year later in the half on a free kick.
In the second half, Julia Brand scored on an Ada Perry assist and Zilkha finished the scoring off a corner kick from Pinkus.
Carol Herbert made five saves in goal for the Bulldogs.
BBA moves to 9-2 on the season and hosts Rutland on Thursday.
Sage boys basketball clinic
ALBANY, N.Y. — Sage College is hosting a Columbus Day basketball clinic for boys on October 14.
The clinic is open to boys 10 to 17.
There is free early drop off and late pick up options available.
You can register online at sagegators.com.
Please contact Brian Barnes at 518-292-1969 or by email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Varsity boys basketball players wanted for tour
The New England Colonials International Basketball Club is pleased to announce its 40th Anniversary Ambassadors Tour. The club has been invited to visit and play by teams in Europe and Dubai in April 2020. The team is looking to enroll ten Vermont high school players (boys in grades 9-12) for this 10-day tour.
An interest meeting to cover all aspects of the tour will be held on October 7 from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. in the gymnasium at Rutland High School. This is a competitive tour for players with JV and Varsity experience and a sense of adventure.
The NEC International Basketball Club is a nonprofit, volunteer-run program that has as its central purpose the support and encouragement of international friendship and understanding between New England student-athletes and their peers around the world. Our Colonials fundraising program has helped numerous New England players raise all or most of the money needed to cover their tour expenses.
For additional information about Vermont Colonials international basketball tour, please contact the team by email at email@example.com or call Coach Mike Wood at 802-236-8453. Interested players must have parental permission to contact us.
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