BUHS stickers, girls booters earn wins
The game-winner came from Hailey Derosia, who scored from 25 yards out in the opening half.
"Brattleboro continued to play well in the second half, putting pressure on Woodstock and playing mostly on Woodstock's half," said BUHS coach Edwin de Bruijn.
On Tuesday, the 2-8 Colonels were shut out by Hartford 3-0. Megyn Ayotte made seven saves for the purple and white. Sarah Wright had the team's best chance, volleying a cross from Sophia Capy just wide.
BRATTLEBORO — Kalin Noble scored the game-winning goal and also had a couple of assists to lead Brattleboro to a 3-1 victory over rival MAU on Thursday.
Lacy Slade gave BUHS a 1-0 lead, with helpers coming from Avalon Johnston and Noble. After the Patriots pulled even, Noble tapped home a crossing pass from Kharisma Boyd and later set up Slade's insurance goal.
Meary Seery, Hannah Blake and goalie Natalya Forkin also played well for the 3-4 Colonels.
Brattleboro and MAU played to a 1-1 draw in the junior varsity contest. Matea Cusack scored for the JV Colonels, while Makenna Severance also had a strong game.
Senior Bowling League
Week 5 of 17, League Average 144
Team 7 21 4
Team 1 18 7
Team 10 15 10
Team 2 13 12
Team 8 13 12
Team 3 11 14
Team 5 10 15
Team 9 10 15
Team 6 9 16
Team 4 5 20
High Handicap Game: Team 2 — 902
High Handicap Series: Team 8 — 2,581
High Handicap Game: Women: Pat Putnam 247
High Handicap Game: Men: Warren Corriveau,Sr. 256
High Handicap Series: Women: DeEtt Farnham 667
High Handicap Series: Men: Richard Dowley 684
200 Games: Women: None
200 Games: Men: Warren Corriveau, Sr. 211, 246, Fred Ashworth 212
500 Series: Women: None
500 Series: Men: Jerry Dunham 536, Wayne Farnham 501, Richard Dowley 573
600 Series: Men: Warren Corriveau,Sr, 648
High Average: Women: Josie Rigby 169, Bunny Fogg 155, Shirley Aiken 149
High Average: Men: Warren Corriveau,Sr. 195, Robert Rigby 189, Jerry Dunham 180
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