CHESTER -- Tony Tarr tallied twice to help the Wildcats improve to a 5-0 rout of Green Mountain on Wednesday.
Twin Valley took a 4-0 advantage to the break, as Nick Nilson, Dal Nesbitt, Eli Park and Tarr all split the posts in the opening half. Assists were credited to Cade Nesbitt and Nilson.
Tarr capped the scoring on a penalty kick in the second half.
"We played a really determined first half. We moved the ball well and passed with a purpose," said Twin Valley coach Buddy Hayford, who noted that Ben Weber and Hunter Therrien both played well in the backfield.
Kyle Murdock made six saves to earn the shutout.
The 3-0 Wildcats will host Leland & Gray on Tuesday.
Otter Valley 3, Brattleboro 1
BRANDON -- After being shut out by Woodstock, the Colonels scored on a penalty corner on Tuesday. McKinlie Carpenter buried the shot, assisted by Kayla Savage.
"We spent most of the time in their end," said BUHS coach Deb Valliere. "The entire team put in a terrific effort."
Marissa Semenovich was the defensive standout for the Colonels, who will play at Rutland on Saturday.
BENNINGTON -- Host MAU won the boys race on Tuesday with 17 points, while Brattleboro was next with 53 points and Burr and Burton finished third with 66 points.
"The teams showed good improvement in a week’s time at MAU, running against strong MAU boys and
Arturo Gutierrez finished sixth in 19:18 to pace the BUHS boys. He was followed by: Spencer Olson, 8th, 19:30; Austin Lester, 10th, 20:15; Josh Parro, 16th, 21:20; and Graham Glennon, 18th, 21:53.
Catey Yost placed 11th in 25:52 to lead the Colonel girls. Olivia Hamm wound up 14th in 27:58, and Dana Alexa took 27th in 32:37.
JV Boys Soccer
Hinsdale 4, Keene 2
KEENE, N.H. -- Matt Boggio scored a pair of goals to help the Pacers stay unbeaten.
Richie Webster and Brandon Von Feldt also scored for the winners, who took a 3-2 lead to the break.
Zach Lepisto made some key saves for the 2-0 Pacers, who will play at Mascenic on Friday.