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WESTMINSTER — Dani Marchica and Molly Kelly each tallied twice as the Bellows Falls varsity field hockey team trounced Brattleboro, 6-0, on Thursday.

Madison Streeter and Reaghan Baldasaro also scored for the Terriers, who have now won 37 games in a row. Kylie Comstock and Emma Lober teamed up for the shutout.

"Overall, Brattleboro's defense did a really, really good job of getting the ball outside of the circle," stated BF coach Bethany Coursen, noting that BUHS goalie Natalya Forkin finished with 16 saves.

The 14-0 Terriers, who are awaiting the Division 2 playoff seedings, honored 12th graders Dani Marchica, Reaghan Baldasaro, Paxton Santorelli, Sarah Scarlett and Kylie Comstock on Senior Night.

The 3-10 Colonels are ranked seventh in the D-2 standings.

Senior Bowling League

Week 7 of 17, League Average 144



                         W               L

Team 7               24               11

Team 1               21               14

Team 10               20               15

Team 8               19               16

Team 3               18               17

Team 5               18               17

Team 2               17               18

Team 9               14               21

Team 6               13               22

Team 4               11               24

High Handicap Game: Team 8 — 922

High Handicap Series: Team 8 — 2,524



High Handicap Game: Women: Edna Fletcher 235, Josie Rigby 235

High Handicap Game: Men: Fred Bump 273



High Handicap Series: Women: Sally Perry 664

High Handicap Series: Men: Ken Chamberlin 707



200 Games: Women: Josie Rigby 204

200 Games: Men: Marty Adams 237, 205, Robert Rigby 221



500 Series: Women: Josie Rigby 552

500 Series: Men: Marty Adams 586, Robert Rigby 570, Jerry Dunham 550, Frederick Ashworth 500, Peter Cross 512,

Warren Corriveau, Sr. 558



High Average: Women: Josie RIgby 172, Bunny FIgg 154, Shirley Aiken 150

High Average: Men: Warren Corriveau, Sr. 197, Robert Rigby 189, Jerry Dunham 181


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