Brattleboro girls, boys track teams dominate Windsor meet


WINDSOR >> The Brattleboro Union High School girls and boys track teams each won a three-school meet that also consisted of Hartford and Windsor.

"All in all a really impressive opening performance by the entire team," said BUHS coach Kevin Freitas, who noted that 13 different Brattleboro athletes qualified for the state meet.

Evy Williams (100), Danielle Wood (200, 100 hurdles), Honnee McManus (400), Catey Yost (800), Ellery Loggia (3000), Emma Allen (pole vault), Kharisma Boyd (long jump, triple jump), and Kai Boyd (javelin) all struck gold for the BUHS girls. Winning events for the Colonel boys were: Tyler Clement (200), Jonah Koch (800), Isaac Freitas-Eagan (1500, 3000), Orion Stone (110 hurdles, pole vault), Evan Koch (300 hurdles), Liam Reynolds (high jump), Jasper Reed (long jump, triple jump), Isiah Gilbeau (shot put), John Lonardo (discus), and Josh Hanson (javelin).

The Brattleboro girls swept the relays, with the foursome of Evy Williams, Dory Abdallah, Kharisma Boyd and Danielle Wood winning the 4x100 and the team of Isabella Thurber, Emma Allen, Ellery Loggia and Honnee McManus taking the 4x400. The winning relay teams for the BUHS boys consisted of Tyler Clement, Orion Stone, Liam Reynolds and Jasper Reed (4x100), as well as Spencer Loggia, Isiah Gilbeau, Orion Stone and Dan Burdo (4x400).

Girls Tennis


BENNINGTON >> Jazmin Smith defeated Pheobe Hall 6-4, 7-6 (8-6) at No. 4 singles for Brattleboro's lone victory on Tuesday afternoon.

"Jazmin was outstanding today. She was steady at times and came up with some big shots at other times. I was very, very impressed," stated BUHS coach Tom Weber.

Weber was also pleased with Jaida Henry's play at No. 1 singles, where she lost 6-3, 6-0 to Margaret Curtin. And he said that Claudia Craviotto is a terrific player, following her 6-0, 4-6, 10-5 loss to Grace Page at second singles.

The 0-2 Colonels will play at Rutland on Friday at 4:30 p.m.


BRANDON >> Sarah Scarlett and Nora Bright each picked up a singles victory for the Terriers at No. 2 and No. 5 respectively. Bellows Falls will host MAU on Friday at 4:30 p.m.


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