BUHS girls tennis team is eliminated


BURLINGTON -- The 10th seeded Brattleboro girls tennis team was swept by No. 7 Burlington, 7-0, in the first round of the Division 1 tournament on Tuesday.

"As expected, Burlington was a very strong team. It was a tough way to end our season, but we had a good year. Everyone seemed to improve a lot throughout the year. Win or lose, this team enjoyed the match and each other. It was a joy for me to be able to work with them," said BUHS coach Tom Weber. "We have a solid nucleus coming back next year. I hope this team recognizes that to really compete with the very best, they need to put in the work in the offseason."

Katie Tsukamoto, Jenn Hutton, Taylor Bird, Jaida Henry, Grace Willingham, and the first doubles duo of Aliza Racine-Haley Marcil all lost in two sets. At second doubles, Burlington's Katherine Becker-Lily Weissgold defeated Brattleboro's Greta Larson-Danielle Looman 4-6, 6-1, 10-6.

The Colonels finished up with a 5-10 record. Burlington will host No. 15 St. Johnsbury in Friday's quarterfinal.


Mill River 7, Bellows Falls 0

WESTMINSTER -- Pat Mumford hit a three-run double and Lincoln Pritchard picked up the win.

Austin Stack went 2-for-4 and Carson Fullam had three hits to pace the Terriers. Fullam and Chris Armstrong took turn on the hill.

The Terriers will play at Fair Haven today.

Twin Valley 12,

Leland & Gray 11

WILMINGTON -- Brett Swanson had three hits, including the game-winning single in Tuesday's thriller. Colin Lozito, Dal Nesbitt and Chris Robinson all had two hits for the winners, and Kyle Murdock picked up the win.

Woodstock 8, Twin Valley 3

WILMINGTON -- In a game continued from Friday, Dal Nesbitt, Chris Robinson and Craig Green all had a pair of hits for the Wildcats. Sam Molner chipped in with a double for the 9-6 Wildcats, who will host Green Mountain on Friday.


Leland & Gray 11,

Twin Valley 6

WILMINGTON -- Center fielder Emily Stockwell had a clutch two-run triple and also made a heroic catch with the bases loaded for the Rebels on Tuesday.

Elizabeth Symanski, Jordan Gouger and Jessi Stockwell all had a pair of hits for Leland & Gray. Symanski (9 K's, 2 BB, 9 hits) picked up the victory.

Colton Butler went 3-for-4 and drove in two runs for the Wildcats. Savannah Nesbitt and Hannah Swanson each finished with two hits.

Fair Haven 6, Leland & Gray 2

TOWNSHEND -- Kori Coburn had a two-run single and Rachel Borgesen doubled to lead the 6-9 Rebels, who will host Mill River today. Elizabeth Symanski, who walked seven and fanned four, suffered the loss.

Hinsdale 27, Mascenic 8

HINSDALE, N.H. -- Skylar Bonnette had five hits and Elise Atkins added three for the Pacers on Tuesday. Atkins threw six shutout innings, as Mascenic scored all of its runs in the sixth frame.

Wilton 15, Hinsdale 4

HINSDALE, N.H. -- Skylar Bonnette had a trio of hits to lead the 7-8 Pacers, who will finish up at Sunapee on Friday. Elise Atkins, Bridget Bourne and Kelsey Spindler all had two hits versus Wilton.

Small Fry baseball

BRATTLEBORO -- Jackson Emery went 2-for-2 and Jason Borst had a big hit as Dead River downed Cocoplum, 7-2. Dan Berg played well in the field and Sammy Henry had a solid all-around game for Cocoplum.

Jackson Heller and Jacob Cardinal powered Cocoplum to a 12-11 victory over Dead River. Jett Emery made a great catch and Cadence Gilbert went 3-for-4 to lead Dead River.

Brandon Weeks had a monster hit to center field and Wyatt Cudworth made a nice throw to first to help Dompier Electric defeat American Legion. Noah Perusse and Toby Peterson both played well for A.L.


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