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Shrine Rosters Named

Several names from the Upper Valley will grace the rosters for this year’s Shrine Maple Sugar Bowl, which will be played on Aug. 3 at Dartmouth College’s Memorial Field.

Seven are players will represent the New Hampshire roster: Kearsarge’s Jordan Barthol and Oliver Gallo; Lebanon’s Dylan Drew; Mascoma’s Nicholas Farnsworth and Spencer Pierce; Newport’s Matt Tremblay; and Stevens’ Logan Batchelder.

Three players apiece from Hartford and Woodstock highs will play for Vermont: Hartford’s Josh Claflin, Nolan Frechette and Taylor Potter; and Woodstock’s Ed Doton, Travis Gault and Jalen Petersen.

Women’s Hoop

Dartmouth Junior Honored

Princeton, n.j. — Dartmouth junior guard Nicola Zimmer earned All-Ivy League Honorable Mention accolades, the conference office announced yesterday. Zimmer, who averaged 8.9 points per game, was Dartmouth’s second-leading scorer.

Zimmer, a co-captain, started 25 games for the Big Green this season. Aside from her 8.9 points per game, Zimmer was Dartmouth’s top 3-point shooter, shooting at a .341 (29-of-85) clip.

Princeton’s Niveen Rasheed was named Player of the Year and teammate Lauren Polansky took home Defensive Player of the Year honors for the second consecutive season. Harvard’s Temi Fagbenle earned Rookie of the Year honors.

College Football

Dartmouth Goes
Under the Lights

Hanover — Dartmouth will play its home opener at Memorial Field against Holy Cross on Sept. 28 at 7 p.m. This is just the third scheduled night game since the light towers were installed at the facility before the 2011 season.

Last year, Dartmouth opened the season with a night game against Butler in front of more than 9,000 fans, recording a 35-7 triumph that began with an 85-yard kickoff return for a touchdown.

Game times for the remainder of the schedule will be announced when they are finalized, although the homecoming game against Yale on Oct. 12 has already been set to kick off at 1:30 p.m.

College Baseball

Chargers Split

Auburndale, Fla. — Colby-Sawyer (5-3) split a doubleheader with SUNY Institute of Technology yesterday. Colby-Sawyer won the first game 14-0, while SUNYIT (2-4) took the second 9-4.

In game one, the Chargers rode a six-run second to the win, and Alex Fredette added a bases-clearing triple in the fifth. Kevin Keith threw six shutout innings for the win.

In game two, Daniel Wiesek threw a six-hitter to lead SUNYIT.

Colby-Sawyer plays a twin bill against Wentowrth today in Winter Haven, Fla.