Otters edge Eagles in baseball action

ADDISON COUNTY — In area high school baseball play late last week, Otter Valley edged Mount Abraham, while Middlebury, Otter Valley and the Eagles all dropped other contests.
The Otters dodged raindrops and the Eagles on Friday, scoring five times in the seventh inning to rally for a 7-5 victory.
Shane Quenneville poked three hits and Colby McKay added two to spark the Otters’ 11-hit attack. Quenneville also earned the pitching win as the Otters improved to 7-5.
Josh Cyr tossed six innings but took the loss as the Eagles dropped to 3-8 with their third straight setback.
On Wednesday, visiting Burr & Burton Academy notched five runs in the eighth inning to defeat OV, 9-4. The Otters dropped to 6-5 despite three hits from Mike Winslow and two apiece from John Winslow andDerek Aines.
On Thursday, host South Burlington bested Mount Abe, 8-4, despite RBIs from Austin Lafayette andBrandon Mansfield. Sawyer Kamman took the pitching loss as the Eagles dropped to 3-7.
On Thursday, visiting BFA-St. Albans improved to 9-1 by topping the Tigers, 11-1. Bobwhite pitcher Charles Richardson carried a no-hitter into the seventh and earned the win. Josiah Benoit took the loss.
The Tigers’ Friday home game vs. North Country was postponed until Monday, and the Tigers ended the week at 6-3.

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