Brattleboro whips Woodstock
BRATTLEBORO -- The Brattleboro boys hockey team buried three goals in the third period as they hosted Woodstock, to beat them, 4-2,
Saturday afternoon at Living Memorial Park.
Either team held the other back through the first, until Will Gault scored the visitors’ initial goal, with Connor McCarthy and Hunter Schmell on the assist, in the second period.
But Brattleboro fired back, as Adam Griffin found the back of the net in the same period, with teammates Romello Lindsey and Philip Perkins on the assist.
Woodstock’s Ben Orr put away the team’s final goal to start the third, with Gault assisting.
A pair of power plays helped in getting the Colonels three goals in the third. With Jimmy Podlaski on point, and Andy Harris and Lindsey assisting, Brattleboro had a second goal.
This was followed by a Harris goal, with Podlaski and Lindsey on the feed.
On the team’s next power play, Cooper Turner-Renaud buried Brattleboro’s final goal, with Evan Perkins on the assist.
The 13-3 Colonels will host
Harwood on Saturday at 4:30 p.m.
Clark takes silver
in snow storm
LAXX, Switz. -- Three time Olympian and gold medalist, Kelly Clark, of West Dover, won the silver medal, second place, in a blinding snow storm at the 6 Star World Tour Championship Superpipe contest.
Clark, for the third year in a row, is the No.1-ranked female halfpipe rider in the world, winning 22 of her last 25 events. She is currently a guest at Sochi, Russia, and is training and competing in a World Cup with the U.S. snowboard team at the 2014 Olympic Park.
Sixteen year old, Arielle Gold, came in first by 5/10 of a point. Third place was won by Ellery Hollingsworth.
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