BRATTLEBORO -- An Australian pursuit handicapped race, in which the slower runners were given a headstart, was held on Wednesday on Upper Dummerston Road.
Serge Pouliot won that three-mile race in 30:17. He was followed home by: Adam Clevenger (31:06), Tom Fegley (31:10), Tony Blofson (31:44), Brian Lashway (32:31), Conor Patrick O’Donnell (32:35), Doug McCrae (32:40), Chuck Adams (32:41), Cami Elliott (32:48), John Gurney (32:56), Leo Schiff (33:42), John Majonen (33:46) and Celia Cota (37:05).
The top three finishers in the two-mile heat were: Katherine Innis (16:35), Lester Humphreys (18:10) and Ellen Cota (25:46).
Derek Parsons took the one-miler in 7:29, runnerup Christine Smart was just one second behind and Gregory Fitzgerald earned bronze in 8:02. Rounding out the field were: Brett Parsons (8:04), Cadance Gilbert (10:02) and Marshall Gilbert (10:02).
In the 2.4-mile trail race, Paul Kidder prevailed in 19:51. Nancy Johnston (23:10), Dale Dimauro (24:02) and Cathy Coutu (30:30) rounded out the top four. John Duff won the 2.8-mile trail race in 26:05.
The winners of the Youth and Adult raffle drawings were Elsie Fleming and Cathy Coutu. The Red Clover Rovers Running Club has completed another Summer Fun Run Series, which will begin in 2013 on Wednesday, May 1.
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Hinsdale 6, Mount Royal 2
HINSDALE, N.H. -- Richie Webster had a hat trick to lead the Pacers over
Woodstock 5, Brattleboro 0
WOODSTOCK -- Ariel Watson played well defensively and goalie Jen Dyer made many saves, according to BUHS coach Deb Valliere. The 0-2 Colonels will play at Otter Valley on Tuesday at 5 p.m.
BRATTLEBORO -- Brattleboro Union High School will provide an educational workshop for high school athletes, parents and guardians from 6:30 to 8 p.m. on Wednesday, Sept. 12. All BUHS fall athletes are required to attend the workshop with the hope that their parent or guardian will accompany them.
Debby Haskin, Licensed Alcohol and Drug Counselor, will present to the parents and Cindy Hayford, High School Leadership Program Advisor, will present to the athletes. Topics will include: alcohol and drug abuse, adolescent brain development, an overview of athletic code of conduct, eligibility and sportsmanship.
While all fall athletes are required to attend this workshop, parents and guardians of non-athletes are also welcome and encouraged to participate. The content of the alcohol and drug abuse portion of this workshop, as well as the brain development, applies to all students of BUHS and is sure to provide valuable information to any parent or guardian.
For more information regarding the workshop, contact BUHS Student Assistant Counselor, Maryann Kinney at 802-451-3452 or email@example.com.