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The bad news for the Burr and Burton Academy girls soccer team is that they conceded the first goal of the 2014 season.
The Mount Anthony Union High School football team opened the season with a 28-20 loss to Hartford on the road Friday night.
Mount Anthony Union High School girls soccer coach Mark Boudreau could tell even before the opening kickoff to the season against Hoosick Falls that his Patriots were fired up and ready.
The trio -- Andrew Brandmeyer, Marc Brandmeyer and Shelby Whitman -- all ran for Mount Anthony Union High School XC coach Jim Dulin and now will ply their trade for coach Kathleen Newton.
The Arlington Memorial High School cross-country team has a new coach in Thom Powers, but some familiar faces are returning from last year's six-person squad.
Last year, the Burr and Burton Academy girls soccer team's season ended with a loss to U-32 in the quarterfinals.
Last year, with a mixture of upperclassmen as well as several young players, the Arlington Memorial High School boys soccer team finished just over .500 for the season before being knocked out of the playoffs by eventual Division IV state champion Twin Valley.
The first competition of the fall interscholastic sports season is set for Saturday with the Champlain Valley Union High football and cross country teams seeing action.
The Hoosick Falls Central School golf team topped Cambridge Central School 4-1 on Wednesday to move to 4-0 on the season.
On paper, the Mount Anthony Union High School boys soccer team knows it is one of the best Patriot squads assembled in recent memory.
The familiar faces that helped the Mount Anthony Union High School cross country team last year sweep the Marble Valley League championships are gone, leaving coach Jim Dulin with only a few veterans to help mix in a large underclassmen turnout.
In her first year with the Mount Anthony Union High School field hockey program, Amber Cottrell watched as a JV coach as the varsity Patriots made a march toward the Division I semifinals.
At the end of last year, things seemed to click for the Burr and Burton Academy field hockey team.
There is an additional level of excitement around the Burr and Burton Academy girls soccer camp heading into the 2014 season.
Updated: Mon Sep 01, 2014 02:04 am
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