WILLIAMSTOWN -- Goals from Addy Daily and Brit Moyna, one in each half, helped the Bellows Falls girls soccer team to a 2-0 victory over Williamstown on Tuesday afternoon.
"The Terriers controlled the tempo through most of the game, with some crisp passing and good communication. Enny Mustapha had little to do for the shutout," said winning coach John Broadley.
Ashley Palmisano, who covered acres in the midfield according to her coach, assisted on the first goal of the game.
The 3-1-1 Terriers will host Windsor on Saturday during Homecoming Weekend.
Twin Valley 5,
Green Mountain 1
WILMINGTON -- Jordan Niles tallied twice and the Wildcats improved to 2-1-2 on the season.
"Jordan played well. She’s been working hard," said Twin Valley coach Chris Walling. "We’ve really been talking about finishing games, because we had given up goals late in games. I was pleased with how we finished."
Natalie Herrick, Hannah Swanson and Abbi Molner also found the back of the net for the victors. Sammy Cunningham, Savannah Nesbitt and Molner were all credited with assists, while Walling also noted that Swanson was solid in the back.
The Wildcats will play at Arlington on Thursday at 7 p.m. in the first round of the John Werner Tournament.
In Woodstock, the host harriers defeated the Brattleboro boys 26-55. And at Long Trail, the Bellows Falls boys
Arturo Gutierrez (19:51) and Spencer Olson (19:54) finished sixth and seventh overall to lead the Colonels. Michael Cioffi (20:09) wound up 10th, while Josh Parro finished 18th and Jon Burdo 20th to complete Brattleboro’s top five.
"Soccer player Michael Cioffi ran well in placing third for the Colonels, but the time gap back to Brattleboro’s Josh Parro and Jon Burdo needs to come down significantly if the team hopes to catch a strong team like Woodstock on their home course," noted BUHS coach John Dimick.
The Colonel girls were unable to field a complete team. Freshman Catey Yost -- 14th in 26:31 -- continued her improvement according to Dimick, while Olivia Hamm (25th) and Dana Alexa (38th) also competed.
BF runners Jamie Moore, Willie Moore and Tim Jones all tied for first at Long Trail in a time of 20:45. Matt Chapin took seventh in 25:00 and Jamie Matthews was eighth in 25:07.
The Terriers wound up with just 21 points. Arlington won the girls race with 37 points, but Bellows Falls had the top two finishers -- Anna Clark in 23:51 and Lucy Lawlor in 27:53.
The New England Ravens AAU Baseball program, based out of Franklin Pierce University and under the direction of Jayson King, will hold tryouts on Saturday at 10:30 a.m. at FPU.
Teams are 13u, 14u, 15u and 16-18. Coaches include Cody Kauffman, FPU assistant; Aric LeClair, former Arizona Diamondback and Kansas City Royal; Mike Chambers, Red Sox draftee; and Tom Cote, Keene Swamp Bats pitcher.
For more information, call Jayson King at 603-381-1279, coach Jim Coppo at 603-209-2664 or email KINGJ@FranklinPierce.edu.