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Hoffman Finishing High School Career in Style

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ST. JOHNSBURY – Cabot’s Camryn Hoffman had her best track and field result of the season last week at the St. Johnsbury Academy (SJA) meet.

Hoffman is running independently for Cabot this spring and recorded a personal best time in the 200m last Tuesday at SJA. The multi-sport standout finished tenth out of 35 competitors in the event. Isabel Moustakas of U-32 edged SJA’s Lola Ide by two tenths of a second to take home first. Hoffman also posted a thirteenth-place finish in the same event and a top 20 finish in the 1500m at Burlington High School earlier this month. The star senior made her mark on the soccer pitch, earning her second straight Mtn. League First Team selection for Twinfield-Cabot-Danville (CCSU) this past fall. Hoffman was the backbone of CCSU’s defense at her sweeper position, leading her newly co-opted team to their first ever Division III playoff win.

Hoffman will be back in action on Wednesday at U-32 and at South Burlington on Saturday.

CCSU Baseball News

NEK – With CCSU not fielding a baseball team this spring, several players from both Twinfield-Cabot and Danville are competing on the diamond for Montpelier and Lyndon Institute (LI).

Meles Gouge, Thomas Gouge, Eli Russell, and Isidore Hochschild are representing Twinfield-Cabot on the Montpelier team this spring and Cooper Calkins, Matthew Young, and Sebastian Eldred from Danville are on the LI roster. Meles Gouge is playing for the third different high school in his career after playing for U-32 as a freshman and two seasons with Danville. Gouge was a Mtn. League Second Team selection for the Bears last season after a stellar junior campaign that saw him bat .400, belt four triples and swipe 17 bases. Calkins was a Mtn. League Honorable Mention for Danville last spring.

Calkins and the 2-0 Vikings will be back in action on Thursday at Hartford and Saturday at Mount Anthony. Gouge and the Solons were scheduled to host Hazen Union on Monday and Middlebury on Saturday.

Leahy Posts Best Collegiate Finish

TROY, N.Y. – Former Craftsbury Academy (CA) great Cormac Leahy posted his best result for the Siena College men’s track and field team last week at the Capital District Classic hosted by RPI.

Leahy posted a time of 4:05.92 on Friday in the 1500m, good enough for a seventh-place finish. It is the best finish of his young college career and comes on the heels of a pair of top 20 finishes in the mile at the Bison Outdoor Classic and the 5000m at the Rider Invitational.

Leahy and the Saints will be back in action this weekend at the MAAC Outdoor Track Championships in Lawrenceville, N.J.

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