Lisai is voted Reformer Athlete of the Week
BRATTLEBORO >> Bellows Falls Union High School's Caleb Lisai received a record 147 total votes to earn Reformer Athlete of the Week honors for Sept. 3-10.
The senior quarterback completed 5 of 6 passes for 82 yards and a touchdown when the Terriers trounced rival Springfield, 42-6, in the annual Trophy Game. He then threw for 139 yards and two scores as the Terriers topped Mount Abe, 39-12, in Week 2.
Lisai's prize is two free passes to Brattleboro Bowl for a night of Cosmic Bowling, which is held on Friday and Saturday evenings from 9-11. The question is, how many strikes can the accurate signal-caller bowl under the lights with music playing in the background?
Also getting votes were Hinsdale soccer player Jen Matuszewski (99), Leland & Gray soccer player Ashley Bates (85), Twin Valley soccer player Gunnar Nilsen (37) and Brattleboro cross-country runner Isaac Freitas-Eagan (36).
"Jen Mat is a wonderful person and I'm glad to know her," noted Abby Holmes when filling out her ballot.
The following student-athletes have been nominated for their performances during the week of Sept. 11-17, however write-ins are welcome. You can vote by typing in your choice as a comment beneath this story at www.facebook.com/ReformerSports. Please only vote once.
She tallied twice and also dished out an assist when the Bellows Falls varsity field hockey team zipped Burr and Burton, 5-0. Cravinho and the defending Division 3 champions are a perfect 3-0 and atop the VPA standings.
Brattleboro's senior running back carried the ball 30 times for 243 yards during a 28-13 varsity football victory over Middlebury on Friday night. He had touchdown runs of three, 27 and 29 yards as the Colonels handed the Tigers their first regular-season loss since 2012.
The Twin Valley striker recorded a hat trick in her team's 4-2 decision over Windsor. Earlier in the week, Hunt had one goal and one assist versus Leland & Gray.
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