51 people compete in Fun Run


BRATTLEBORO >> Hailey Richards, Nancy Johnston, Conor O'Donnell and Bob Parks were the race winners at Wednesday night's Fun Run on Upper Dummerston Road.

1-mile race results — 1. Hailey Richards 9:40, 2. Zoe Humphries 9:43, 3. Tammy Richards 9:49, 4. Angella Joslyn 10:12, 5. Joy Hammond 11:29, 6. Kaylin Richards 12:06, 7. Drew Richards 12:07, 8. Alexa Montgomery 12:32, 9. Ayla Montgomery 12:57, 10. Amanda Montgomery 13:00, 11. Elana Wickenden 14:25, 12. Maggie Wickenden 14:27, 13. Charlie Kiehle 16:45, 14. Katherine Innis 16:47.

2-mile race results — 1. Nancy Johnston 15:24, 2. Desmond Longsmith 16:20, 3. David and Saul Longsmith 17:10, 4. Silas Wickenden 18:01, 5. Leo Schiff 18:12, 6. Peyton Joslyn 18:12, 7. Ava Ferencz 21:15, 8. Jackie Ferencz 21:16, 9. Halen Ranslom 22:43, 10. Adam Franklin-Lyons 22:51, 11. Geri Walton 22:56, 12. Sara Longsmith 22:57, 13. Cynthia Parker Houghton 23:00, 14. Paul Love 31:05.

3-mile race results— 1. Conor O'Donnell 20:09, 2. Graham Glennon 20:24, 3. Dan Edson 24:42, 4. Bob Lance 24:49, 5. Carl Majewski 25:20, 6. Morgan Parker-Houghton 27:30, 7. Doug McCrae 31:12.

2.4-mile trail run results — 1. Bob Parks 16:57, 2. Jessica Marlier 17:09, 3. Josh Dillingham 17:16, 4. Clint Joslyn 17:28, 5. Daniel Quipp 18:15, 6. Jace Joslyn 20:33, 7. Mike Dimick 20:01, 8. John Duff 21:51, 9. Scott Hamm 22:23, 10. Tony Blofsom 22:35, 11. Chuck Adams 22:52, 12. Lester Humphries 23:06, 13. Nicole James 23:13, 14. Cathy Coutu 29:06, 15. Bob Glennon 29:37.

Online registration is now open for the Bill Powers Memorial Firecracker 4-Miler on July 4, which starts at Living Memorial Park and finishes at the Town Common. The early entry fee is $10 (up until 1 p.m. on July 3) or $15 on race day. Go to RunSignUp.com to register.


BRATTLEBORO >> Sam Henry hit two triples from the lead-off spot and also pitched for two innings to lead the Red Sox to an 18-5 decision over the Pirates. Brock Longe had three base hits and pitched three innings out of the bullpen. Owen Gallagher also had three hits while Jack Pattison and Brody Bogert each had two in the Sox' final game. The Pirates' offense was led by Patrick Gagliardi and Alex Carpenter who each went 1 for 3. Carpenter also speared several line drives and played solidly at shortstop. Sam Madow led a late Bucs' rally with a clutch double and Waylund Walsh had an RBI single.

The Athletics finished off a miraculous 15-0 season in a game that will go down as a classic. Zinabu McNeice was the star again as he held the Cards to two runs on two hits in 4.1 innings, pitching the A's to a 4-2 win over the Cardinals. He also dove to catch a pop-up at shortstop and added an exclamation point to the victory with his 10th home run. All-Star lead-off hitter Charlie Clark scored two of the A's runs and Alex Bingham closed out the game with 1.2 innings of relief. Cardinals All-Star Caden Wood pitched into the fifth inning and held the prolific A's offense to just three runs on no hits. Dallin Wachtelhausen hit a clutch RBI single in the first to give the Cardinals an early lead.


SAXTONS RIVER >> On Sunday afternoon, the Saxtons River Pirates dropped a doubleheader to the South Burlington Expos, losing the first game 5-3 in extra innings and dropping the nightcap 7-1.

Alex Drost pitched eight strong innings in Game 1, giving up two runs over eight innings while striking out six and giving up four hits. The Expos scored three times in the top of the ninth off two Pirate relievers. Andrew Robbins, Jeremy Currie, Shane Tansey and Willie Moore had two hits each for Saxtons River.

In Game 2, the Pirates couldn't find the hitting groove and only managed five hits — two by Jason Albert. Jeremy Gilcris pitched a complete game for Saxtons River, giving up six earned runs.

Saxtons River is at Walpole Thursday night at 7 p.m. against Putney, and Sunday June 26 at home against the Barre Braves.


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