by Todd Smith
LYNDON CENTER - Last weekend, the Lyndon Institute football team continued it
ari, a senior for the Catamounts, was a unanimous choice for the all-conference team.
UVM women's team was selected second in the coaches preseason poll.
Ingerson Recognized -- Wilson College field hockey player Susan Ingerson was named athlete of the week after her performance in the Atlantic Women's College Conference Tournament.
Ingerson, a White Mountains Regional High School graduate, scored a goal for Wilson against the College of Notre Dame of Maryland.
LSC Athletes Honored -- Monday, Lyndon State College announced its award winners for the 2000 fall sports season.
In women's tennis, Sara Richard was named the team MVP while Anne Nault won the coach's award.
In women's soccer, Sarah Bartlett was named MVP with Tara Bartlett and Shanna Hale sharing the coach's award.
In men's soccer, sophomore Miles Etter was named MVP with senior Kipp Smith earning the Frank Spear Award.
In women's cross country, senior Harvest Fadden was named MVP with sophomore Becky Hilton earning the coach's award.
In men's cross country, junior Randy Feeley was named MVP with junior David Rebocho getting the coach's award.
Winning scholar-athlete awards from the men's soccer team were Smith, senior Mike Pelletier, junior Scott McKim, sophomore Jay Montoni, sophomore Elliot Fuller and sophomore Nick Cowdrey; from women's soccer were Sarah Bartlett, Hale, Ashley Golden and Leslie Sykes; from women's tennis were Nault; and from cross country were junior James Currier and sophomore Chris Bouchard.
Smith Scores -- Senior Kelly Smith had a goal but the season ended for the Keene State College field hockey team last week in a 3-2 loss to Clark University in the semifinals of the ECAC Tournament.
Smith, from Lisbon High School, led the Owls (17-6) with 17 goals on the season.
Lang Honored -- Endicott College sophomore Laurie Lang was named to the Commonwealth Coast Conference honorable mention team for women's soccer.
Lang, a St. Johnsbury Academy graduate, scored six goals and added five assists as Endicott finished the season 12-5-2 and were third in the CCC.
Another 300 -- Last month, Stan Switser recorded the third 300 game of his life as he bowled 12 strikes at Gold Crown Lanes in St. Johnsbury. Switser also rolled a 300 game at Gold Crown in March.
Trail Run -- Marc Gilbertson of Hyde Park won the Craftsbury Trail Run on Saturday, covering the 5-K course in 17:53.
Barton's Eric Dunklee won the boys 15-17 age group in 19:41 and was second overall. Liz Stephen of East Montpelier was the first female runner, in 22:09.
Barton's Ida Sargent won the 2-K run in 8:20.
Golden Gloves -- The 2001 Vermont Golden Gloves Tournament will feature two divisions; novice, for boxers with eight bouts or less, and open.
The tourney will open on Jan. 27 and continue on Feb. 3 and Feb. 10 at Burlington's Memorial Auditorium.
Open class champions will advance to the New England Tournament, Feb. 20-21 in Lowell, Mass.
Anyone between ages 17-34 can participate, and Golden Gloves will have a training facility in Lyndonville. Contact Shawn Morton, 467-1093, for more information.
St. Johnsbury Recreation Department
Volleyball Team Standings
Zuccaro,Willis,Bent/Decato Law 6-1
Dr. Fortier's 5-1
Better Late Than Never 5-1
Miss Lyndonville/Murphy Realty 5-1
Lyons Log Homes 5-2
Leach Engineering 5-2
Willy Scales/Twin State 4-3
Data Tech Design 3-3
Maple Center Motors 3-4
Antiques And Collectibles 3-4
White Market 3-4
Cabot Creamery 1-6
Canterbury Inn 1-6
Bean's Manufactured Homes 1-6
Charter Communications 6-1
KNM Transport 6-1
Armstrong Masonry 5-2
St.J Village Pizza 3-4
Matt Young Auctions 3-4
Phat Kats 1-6
AD Sanel 1-6