WOODSTOCK -- Ryan Gilligan finished sixth overall in 19:08 to help the Brattleboro boys cross-country team to a silver in Tuesday's seven-team meet. It was the Colonels best result as a team this season.
Woodstock won the meet with 40 points, followed by BUHS (80), Burr and Burton (86) and Thetford (86). Springfield took fifth, Hartford wound up sixth and Bellows Falls finished seventh.
Rounding out the top five for the Colonels were: Tyler Clement, 16th, 20:40; Jon Burdo, 20th, 21:31; Oliver Pomazi, 22nd, 21:42; and Eduardo Rodriguez, 25th, 21:59.
"The girls team raced without their two top runners who are resting some injuries in anticipation of a big meet on Saturday," said Brattleboro coach John Dimick, whose girls scored 100 points and finished fourth behind Woodstock, Burr and Burton, and Springfield.
Catey Yost (24:24) placed seventh to lead the Colonels. Gwen Harris (25:30) wound up 13th and Eve Pomazi (26:29) ended up 22nd.
Stratton 3, Leland & Gray 1
TOWNSHEND -- It was a frustrating outcome for the Rebels, who fired 18 shots and still suffered the loss. Aliza Stichler had a hat trick for the winners.
Giannina Gaspero-Beckstrom took six of those shots, and Ashley Bates had a good one-on-one chance. Casey Williams did the scoring for the hosts.
The 3-3 Rebels will face Black River on Thursday.
NORTHFIELD, Mass. -- Jacob Pavanto, Shane Vinton and Declyn Tourville all scored as the Brattleboro U-12 team edged Monadnock, 3-2, in recent Connecticut River Valley Soccer League action.
The Brattleboro B team routed Greenfield, 15-1. Vinton racked up four burials, and Alex Lier had a hat trick, while Mason Foard and Zenia Muhammed each tallied twice. Suzanna Corman and Pavanto each scored one goal.
In a U-14 matchup, Brattleboro played host Mount Hermon to a 3-3 draw. Emmanuel Keppel, Noah Rosner and Ilen Pandalaki all found the back of the net for Brattleboro.