WILMINGTON -- The Twin Valley boys soccer team remained undefeated with a 7-1 victory over Stratton on Saturday and a 6-0 win against Bellows Falls on Monday. They also locked up the Marble Valley League title and nailed down the No. 1 seed in the upcoming tournament.
Dal Nesbitt and Nick Nilsen each tallied twice for the Wildcats in Saturday’s contest. Colin Lozito racked up three assists, while Troy Felisko, Skyler Boyd and Jacob Hicks all found the back of the net.
Lozito had two goals and two assists versus the Terriers. Dal Nesbitt split the posts twice, while Felisko and Nilsen each buried one shot.
The 12-0 Wildcats will host Windsor on Wednesday at 6 p.m. (Senior Night) and finish up at Otter Valley on Friday.
Leland & Gray 4, Hinsdale 0
HINSDALE, N.H. -- The Rebels took a 1-0 lead to the break and then added three more goals in the second half against the 2-8 Pacers.
BF 2, Springfield 0
SPRINGFIELD -- Anna Clark and Mariah Barnett each scored as the Terriers stayed unbeaten and improved to 12-0-1 overall.
Quinn Lawrence and Shea Wilkinson combined on the shutout. Emily Dufault played well defensively.
The Terriers will face Otter Valley on Wednesday.
Burr and Burton 0
BRATTLEBORO -- BUHS coach Deb Valliere credited her defensive backfield of Grace LaPorte, Marissa Semenovich and Meg Powell with solid play in Monday’s scoreless affair.
Brattleboro goalie Jen Dyer made four saves for the shutout. Daisy Giroux put one in the cage with less than two minutes to play, but her shot came from outside the circle and was never touched.
The Colonels had four corner chances during the 7-on-7 overtime period, but were unable to get a goal.
Brattleboro (1-10-2) will play at Windsor today.
Rutland 4, Brattleboro 0
RUTLAND -- Jordan Del Bianco put home a couple of shots to pace the Raiders on Saturday.
The hosts took a 2-0 lead in the first half, on goals by Kristen Switzer and Abigail Bizzarro. Del Bianco then found the back of the net twice in the last 40 minutes.
"We didn’t give up. The girls kept trying," said BUHS coach Edwin de Bruijn, who noted that Molly Gurney and Devin Millerick each had a scoring opportunity.
The 3-6-3 Colonels will host Rutland tonight at 5.