WOODSTOCK -- The Bellows Falls varsity field hockey team is on a roll this year. The Terriers remain unbeaten, pulling off their sixth victory of the season against Woodstock, 2-0, Monday night.
What’s even more amazing, is the fact that the team hasn’t had a goal scored on them all season.
"Six shoutouts in a row feels incredible," said Bellows Falls coach Bethany Coursen. "I believe it’s a school record."
Five minutes into play, Mariah Barnett and Sarah Wells managed a pass to Averie Lowe, who whacked in the Terriers’ first goal. "It’s a drill we practice," said the coach.
Cassidy Santorelli put away the Terriers’ second goal 40 seconds later, assisted again by Wells.
Shea Wilkinson, the Bellows Falls goalie, blocked one high shot and made a diving save.
Wells took a hard hit and came out of the game, but Molly Dufault came off the the bench to fill in and performed well, according to Coursen.
Bellows Falls will play at Springfield on Friday at 4 p.m.
Bellows Falls 4, Windsor 1
BELLOWS FALLS -- Chris Doucte tallied twice, while Kenny Cantor and Liam Shaw also scored for the Terriers on Saturday.
"The kids did great. I’m very proud of them," said Bellows Falls coach Robert Brooks.
Zachary Brooks made a dozen saves for the winners.
CVU 4, Brattleboro 1
BRATTLEBORO -- Sam Kochinskas scored for the Colonels during Homecoming Weekend, assisted by Lane Drummy.
Bellows Falls 3, Windsor 0
BELLOWS FALLS -- Corina Stack tallied twice and Brit Moyna also found the back of the net for the winners. Enny Mustapha recorded her third shutout. The 4-1-1 Terriers will play at MSJ today at 4 p.m.
Woodsville 1, Hinsdale 0
HINSDALE, N.H. -- The visitors scored in the 10th minute and it was enough for the victory.
"That was probably our best game of the season. They are one of the best teams in Division 4," said Hinsdale coach Drew Arsenault.
Allison Scott and Skylar Bonnette were the standouts for the Pacers according to their coach.
GUILFORD -- Guilford Central School will host a 5K run/walk on Oct. 27 to raise money for winter sports. The Creepy-Crawl is a festive race that takes participants through the haunted hills of Guilford.
Compete in costume. Runners and walkers of all levels are welcome. Prizes will be awarded for the best costume and the best times. Registration is $10 in advance and $15 the day of the race.
Pre-register online at: https://sites.google.com/site/guilfordschoolboosters/winter-sports/charge. Race day registration opens at 8 a.m. on School Road in Guilford.
In recent Connecticut River Valley Soccer League action, Brattleboro defeated Mount Hermon 2-1 in a U-12 game behind goals from Gus Williams and Corey Dunn. Leo Arney scored for Brattleboro’s U-10 team in a 2-1 loss to Northampton, while Ian Fulton-Black and Colton Bills of Storm 2 each tallied in a 2-2 tie with Storm 1 -- Galen Kingsten and Carter Falle split the posts for this town’s other U-14 squad.