By Banner Sports

HOOSICK, N.Y. — The Hoosick Falls golf team defeated Cambridge Monday morning at Hoosick Falls Country Club by a score of 5-0.

Sophomore Matt Smith had the low score of the match with an even-par round of 34.

Hoosick Falls junior Ryan Bloomer was close behind with a 37.

Top scores for Cambridge included Ben Epler (46), Nethanel Woodcock (46) and Jack Toomey (58).

Other notable scores for Hoosick Falls included: Brady Hathaway (52), Miles Smith (54), Allison Hathaway (56) and Ethan Yonconish (59).

The win improves Hoosick Falls’ record to 6-0 to start the season. They hope to continue their winning ways as they take on Stillwater at home Wednesday morning and Hoosic Valley on the road Thursday afternoon.

BBA Hall of Fame

MANCHESTER — Burr and Burton’s 2018 Athletic Hall of Fame of Awards and Alumni Recognition Awards will be presented on Oct. 13 at the Riley Center for the Arts at 4 p.m. during Alumni Reunion weekend.

Don’t miss one of the most celebrated events of the year as we induct alumni athletes, coaches, artists, community leaders, and faculty and staff into Burr and Burton’s Hall of Fame.

Join them for this event and others that will be going on during Burr and Burton’s Alumni Reunion Weekend 2018 scheduled for October 12-14, 2018.

Visit for more information and to register or contact Pauline de Laszlo at 802-549-8277 or [email protected] for more information or a copy of the Reunion brochure.

Casey Strong 5K next month

DORSET — The inaugural We Are Sandy Casey Strong 5K will take place on September 22 at Burr and Burton Academy.

The race, named for Sandy Casey, a Dorset native killed in the Las Vegas shooting last year, will raise money for the Dorset School. The 5K will start at 9 a.m., with a half-mile fun run for kids starting at 8:30 a.m.

Register at: or register on September 21 st at Zen Revolution in Manchester Center from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. The $25 entry fee includes a t-shirt.

If you have questions or would like to volunteer, please contact Tracy Carey at [email protected] or 802-379-3576.

Volunteers needed for bike event

PERU — Do you enjoy being outdoors, helping encourage cyclists as they ride through the beautiful New England area? We are in need of additional help the day of the BART Adaptive Sports Center’s No Limits Bike Event on September 15.

For more information, send an email: [email protected] or call (802) 384-4032 for further information on specific details.

Vermont Veterans golf tournament set for Sept. 5

MANCHESTER — The Vermont Veterans Golf Tournament Committee is hosting its 7th annual tournament on Sept. 5 at Manchester Country Club.

The tournament was born with the intention of focusing awareness on the needs of Vermont’s wounded combat veterans and it has evolved into an event that continues with raising awareness and now also raises money to assist veteran’s organizations providing services to all Vermont’s veterans. Since the first tournament in 2012, the Committee has raised over $240,000 with 100 percent of our sponsor donations being distributed to organizations serving Vermont’s Veterans.

Among the organizations receiving the donations include The Vermont Veterans Home, Bennington County Meals on Wheels, The Dodge House, Veterans Outreach and Family Resource Center, Purple Hearts Reunited, and Habitat for Humanity as funds to assist a veteran with the ability to purchase a

home. In 2017, the tournament donated a total of $23,600 to assist these organizations. These donations have allowed the organizations to provide more services to our veterans.

We have seen that veterans return to civilian life with a number of challenges, among those medical and psychological needs, including drug and alcohol rehab. Others need food and nutritional support, to re-connect with family members, and assistance with referrals for other services. Transportation, preparation of applications and resumes, and job placement are primary needs. Veterans also make up nearly 9 percent of our homeless population nationwide.

To donate, go to, and click on the ‘Donate’ tab, print out the application and send it in to help support Vermont’s veterans.

If you would like to enter a team into the tournament, click on the ‘Register’ tab, print out the application and send it in, entry fee is for three golfers and sponsoring a veteran as the fourth golfer. We will pair a veteran with each team.

The tournament will begin at 11 a.m. with lunch and opening ceremonies followed by a day of golf. After the golf, there is a banquet to honor our guests. Each golfer will receive a commemorative golf shirt, hat, and challenge coin.

For more information please visit our website, or email us at [email protected]

Win Hoyt golf tournament

MANCHESTER — The 27th Annual Win Hoyt Charity Golf Outing will be held on Tuesday, August 28, at The Golf Club at Equinox with registration at 11 a.m. and tee off at 12:30 p.m. in a Scramble format.

The tournament, named in memory of long-time Manchester resident, Win Hoyt, who was involved in the development of Stratton Mountain and was instrumental in the Ekwanok Scholarship Fund, as well as the Chamber of Commerce, is to benefit Burr and Burton Academy and Bennington County Habitat for Humanity equally. There are sponsorship opportunities available at different levels.

Reservations may be made by contacting the Bennington County Habitat office at 802-367-1000, or Bill Hoyt at 802-824-5055.

Charbonneau Golf Tournament

MANCHESTER — The Jeffrey Charbonneau Memorial Golf Tournament is set for October 7.

Tee off at noon at Manchester Country Club. To register your foursome contact Dennis Filippi – [email protected]

Registration costs $125 per player and all proceeds benefit the Burr and Burton Academy varsity hockey program.

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