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ST. JOHNSBURY, Vt. — Honest Haven senior David Doran took dwelling a pair of state titles on the indoor observe and subject state championship throwing meet on Saturday.

Doran received a state title within the Division II boys shot put with a toss of 12.85 meters and did the identical within the weight throw with a throw of 14.30 meters.

The Slater boys dominated within the weight throw as Patrick Stone, Cooper Spaulding and Kole Matta adopted Doran as the highest 4 finishers.

Matta was seven within the shot put and Inexperienced Mountain’s Noah Cherubini was eighth.

Rutland’s Jahmalie McKenzie was tenth within the Division I shot put.

It was a banner day for the Honest Haven women in addition to Elizabeth Munger took dwelling a state championship within the Division II women weight throw with a toss of 9.97 meters. Teammates Rowan Kuehn and Amelia Munger adopted her within the high three.

Inexperienced Mountain’s Berkley Hutchins was third within the shot put and Elizabeth Munger was sixth.

This upcoming Saturday is the indoor observe state championship meet on the College of Vermont.


CVCC meet at Rutland

The Rutland cheerleading group took dwelling the victory within the massive faculty division and Mill River received within the small faculty division at Saturday’s night time’s Central Vermont Cheer Competitors at Rutland’s Keefe Gymnasium.

Poultney completed second within the small faculty division behind Mill River.


GM 66, Westside 54

WEST RUTLAND — The Inexperienced Mountain boys basketball group used a powerful center portion of the sport to greatest West Rutland 66-54 Saturday afternoon.

Going into second quarter up two, GM outscored Westside by eight within the second and 7 within the third to create loads of distance.

West Rutland outscored Inexperienced Mountain within the fourth, placing up 22 factors, however the deficit was an excessive amount of to beat.

4 GM gamers acquired into double figures with Caleb Merrow main the way in which at 16 factors. Tanner Swisher had 15, Austin Kubisek had 13 and Eben Mosher had 10, together with sturdy work on the boards.

West Rutland was led by David Noel’s 18 factors with Andrew Bailey including 9 and Brayden Hogan eight.

Inexperienced Mountain improved to 7-4, whereas Westside fell to 2-9.

Mt. Abe 64, Mill River 14

BRISTOL — The Mill River boys basketball group was down a pair of starters as a result of illness and it confirmed in a 64-14 loss to Mount Abraham Saturday afternoon.

“We acquired beat up in all places,” mentioned Minutemen coach Ben Smith.

Trenton Webster paced Mill River’s assault with eight factors. Ian Funke led the Eagles with 16 factors.

Mill River dropped to 1-11 with the loss.


MSJ 39, MVC 27

The Mount St. Joseph women basketball group discovered its offensive move late in its sport in opposition to Mid-Vermont Christian and pulled away for a 39-27 win Saturday afternoon at McDonough Gymnasium.

The Mounties took a five-point lead into the fourth and put up 16 factors to shut out the win.

“The protection helped our offense a bit,” mentioned MSJ coach Invoice Bruso. “We acquired slightly extra disciplined and it labored out.”

Lauryn Charron led the Mounties with 12 factors, adopted by eight from Haylee Rivers and 6 apiece from Cindy Carranza and Maya Traska.

MSJ (6-7) hosts Arlington on Tuesday.


Hartford 1, RHS 0

The Rutland boys hockey group fell 1-0 to defending Division II champion Hartford Saturday night time at Spartan Area.

Rutland (8-5) hosts Mount Mansfield this upcoming Saturday.


Woodstock 13, RHS 1

WOODSTOCK — The Rutland women hockey group fell to Division II heavyweight Woodstock 13-1 Saturday night time.

Ellie Malalley scored her first varsity objective within the third interval for Rutland, getting an help from Piper Newman.

RHS (0-12) is at Stowe on Wednesday.


Slaters compete

BRATTLEBORO — The Honest Haven bowling group was again in motion in Saturday’s occasion hosted by Brattleboro.

Keenan Donaldson had a sport of 247, which gave the Slaters the No. 2 seed heading into the baker occasion. Within the the baker occasion, Honest Haven finsihed third.

Honest Haven is again in motion on Saturday at Maple Lanes in occasion that additionally contains White River Valley, Hartford and Windsor.


Castleton 64, So. Maine 47

CASTLETON — The Castleton College ladies’s basketball group got here out because the aggressor in its matchup in opposition to Southern Maine on Saturday, beating USM 64-47.

The Spartans outscored the Huskies 19-9 within the opening quarter. The opposite three quarters have been extra aggressive, however CU nonetheless outscored USM in every body.

Rutland alumna Elise Magro led Castleton with 19 factors, adopted by 18 from West Rutland alumna Liz Bailey. Kelly Vuz tacked on 14 factors.


So. Maine 69, Castleton 39

CASTLETON — The College of Southern Maine was in management all through, beating the Castleton College males’s basketball group 69-39 Saturday afternoon.

USM outscored CU by 15 in every half.

Castleton was led by Tray Wright with eight factors. Justin Schwarzbeck and Patrick Forstmann had seven apiece.


CU 5, USM 2

GORHAM, Maine — The Castleton College males’s hockey group bounced again with a 5-2 win in opposition to Southern Maine Saturday afternoon.

After a 2-2 first interval, the Spartans did all of the scoring the remainder of the way in which.

Bryce Irwin paced the CU assault with two targets, whereas Jackson Edwards, Andrew Stefura and Zack Whittacker scored as soon as.

Spartans goalie Brandon Collett made 29 stops.

Castleton (6-14) hosts Skidmore on Tuesday.


USM 6, Castleton 3

The Castleton College ladies’s hockey group couldn’t maintain the puck out of the again of the online, dropping 6-3 to Southern Maine Saturday afternoon.

USM outscored CU 2-1 within the first and 3-1 within the third, which was the distinction within the sport.

Castleton acquired energy play targets from Darby Palisi and Ellie Schliebener and a objective from Katie Nealon. Among the many assisters, Samantha Lawler had a pair of helpers.

The Spartans (12-8-1) is at Elmira on Friday.


CU goes 2-0

HARTFORD, Conn. — The Castleton College wrestling group was an ideal 2-0 on Saturday, beating Trinity 42-9 and Alvernia 24-9.

In opposition to Alvernia, CU picked up wins from Kaya Bogle (125 kilos), Michael Gonyea (133), James Rodriguez (141), Jashon Holmes (157), Cooper Fleming (174), Sam Wilkins (184) and Haven Tatarek (197).

In opposition to Trinity, the Spartans had wins from Bogle, Gonyea, Holmes, Desmond McLaughlin (174) and Josh Negron (184). Rodriguez, Nicholas Roeger (149) and Shea Garand (285) received by forfeit for CU.


Castleton in motion

UTICA, N.Y. — The Castleton College males’s observe and subject group took half within the Utica Blue & Orange Invitational Saturday afternoon, competing in opposition to colleges from all three divisions en path to a seventh-place group end.

The Spartans’ day was highlighted by David Harvey’s first win of the season within the lengthy soar with a leap of 6.59 meters, in addition to a brand new program document set by junior Jon Hendley within the mile with a time of 4:40.44.

Competing in a subject of over 20 colleges, the Castleton ladies’s observe and subject group completed in thirteenth — highlighted by a number of top-10 particular person finishes — in Saturday’s Utica Blue & Orange Invitational.

Amber Cuthbert broke a college document within the within the mile with a time of 5:35.60. Shea Lawrence broke a document within the 400 meters with a time of 1:02.91.


CU extends streak

WILMINGTON, N.Y. — William Mjelde landed his first collegiate win and have become the fourth completely different Spartan man to win a race this season because the rookie helped the Castleton College males’s alpine ski group to yet one more first-place end within the large slalom at Whiteface on Saturday.

The Spartans are actually 5-for-5 in first-place finishes this season, posting a group time of 5:17.02. Babson was in second at 5:24.39 and Clarkson third at 5:27.06. Mjelde was joined on the rostrum by teammate Lorenzo Mencaccini, who completed second.

Birgit Kinneberg topped the rostrum individually because the Castleton College ladies’s alpine ski group completed third on Saturday in an enormous slalom race at Whiteface.

Kinneberg is the second Spartan lady to win a race this season, becoming a member of Emilie Stene, who has received a pair of races to this point. The Spartans logged a group time of 5:50.87, lower than one second behind second-place Clarkson (3:50.01). Babson was the highest group at 3:41.22.

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