Colonels trumped on Tenney
BRATTLEBORO -- The Amherst, Mass. varsity baseball team erupted for five runs in the first frame and went on to beat Brattleboro, 16-5, on Wednesday at Tenney Field.
The Colonels did pull to within two runs (7-5) by the third inning, but a big rally by Amherst in the fourth put the game out of reach.
Danny Richardson pitched well in relief for BUHS, according to coach David Zolnoski. The hosts were limited to just two hits, including one each by Chris McAuliffe and Tyler Higley.
The 1-3 Colonels will play a doubleheader on Saturday, starting at 11 a.m. versus Fair Haven and being followed by a 2 p.m. game at Mill River.
College Sports News
BRATTLEBORO -- On Thursday, Lyndon State College leadoff hitter Kyle Whitworth went 2-for-8 in a doubleheader at Maine-Farmington. Whitworth’s teammate and fellow Colonel Isaac Earle went 5.2 innings versus Castleton State on Wednesday, fanning four and giving up nine hits in an 8-1 loss for the Hornets (2-20).
Brattleboro grads Sarah Clark, Julia Lesure and Mariah Lesure all helped the Castleton State College women’s lacrosse team to a convincing 17-2 win over Husson on Sunday. Mariah Lesure scored twice on just two total shots for the Spartans (6-7).
Castleton State freshman Cooper Long, a Bellows Falls graduate, got his first college victory on Thursday when he went four innings in CSC’s 9-6 win over Colby-Sawyer. Long fanned three, walked one and allowed eight hits for the 18-7 Spartans.
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