BRATTLEBORO -- Brattleboro’s Post 5 wrapped up their regular season Saturday afternoon taking two games against Hartford in a doubleheader at Tenney Field.
In the first game, Post 5 won 9-2. The team had twelve hits total: Starter Sawyer Olson went 3-for-4, scattered four hits, and fanned six; Kevin Tao went 2-for-2; and Jamie Martell went 3-for-4.
In game two, Brattleboro forced the game’s ending, 14-4, with the mercy-rule going into effect in the fifth inning. Gerard Roberge scored the team’s first two runs; Tao went 2-for-2, and Chris McAuliffe went 2-for-2 with two doubles.
Post 5’s first playoff game will be held Thursday at 11 a.m. at St. Peter’s Field, in Rutland.
Stars, Chihuahuas split doubleheader
GUILFORD -- Keets Brook’s Kevin O’Keefe blasted four runs and drove in eleven runs to highlight a Sunday doubleheader wiffleball game.
O’Keefe took advantage of the short right field porch at Bowie Wragtail Field to rake a grand slam, two three-run homers, and a solo shot after coming out of retirement earlier this week.
The hometown Keets Brook All-Stars and N.H. Fighting Chihuahua split the twinbill as the Stars blanked the Granite State Boys, 10-0, in the first game. The Chihuahuas took the nightcap, 8-3.
Soccer coach clinic offered
DUMMERSTON -- A coaching clinic for youth soccer coaches will be
John is the head coach of the men’s soccer team at Castleton State College and will teach participants about the art of coaching, learning through game activities, age specific games, and other topics geared toward coaches involved with U-6 through U-12 players.
The cost is $30 per participant and includes US Youth Soccer written materials for each coach. Refreshments and a social hour will follow at
8 p.m. For information go to www.vermontsoccer.org. For registration for the course please contact firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 802-375-6310.