Roundup: Slaters top Terriers in D-2 showdown
Shane Clark ran for 182 yards and three touchdowns to pace the Purple Gang.
Quarterback Logan Cota threw for 111 yards and ran for 49 more, with one TD through the air and another on the ground, for the 5-2 Terriers. Clark caught the TD strike.
Dylan Clark and Cota each finished with a dozen tackles to lead the BF defense. Hunter Smith had 10 takedowns and Reno Tuttle racked up four sacks.
KEENE, N.H. — The Brattleboro girls and boys teams each placed second at the Connecticut Valley Conference Championship meet on Saturday.
"The girls team nearly upset the defending champions," said BUHS coach John Dimick. "The boys team was the big surprise of the day as they all ran personal best times to narrowly defeat Kearsarge for the runner-up award."
Isaac Freitas-Eagan (16:17) earned the silver medal to pace the Brattleboro boys. Colin Costa-Walsh placed ninth in 17:02, Trevor Kipp ended up 16th in 17:20, Evan Koch took 34th in 18:00 and Bram Tabachnik was 36th in 18:02 to help the Colonels (90 points) finish a distant second to champion Keene (20 points).
Hanover (68 points), Brattleboro (75) and Monadnock (95) all had a podium finish in the girls race. Sarah Gallagher, 4th, 19:19; Annie Takacs, 15th, 21:07; Liz Morse, 17th, 21:18; Alexandra Miskovich, 20th, 21:45; and Emilia Dick-Fiora del Fabro, 26th, 22:27 did the scoring for the BUHS girls.
Delaney Bullock, of The Putney School, had the early lead in the girls race and finished third overall in a time of 19:10.
The Brattleboro teams will compete in the Marble Valley League Championships on Tuesday in Bellows Falls.
WESTMINSTER — Gabriella Paulino's hat trick helped Otter Valley to a 5-0 shutout over Bellows Falls. Izzy Stack battled hard in the midfield and Shanice Fischer played well in goal for the 1-11 Terriers, who will face Leland & Gray on Tuesday.
Logan Boyd and Josh Carpenter-O'Hearn combined for three saves as Twin Valley zipped Springfield 5-0.
Logan Park, Owen Grinold, Gunnar Nilsen, Finn Fischer and Casey Sibilia all scored for the 11-1 Wildcats. Jack McHale had the lone assist, with his through ball setting up Park's game-winning shot just four minutes in.
Jasper Reed tallied for Brattleboro during a 3-1 loss to Hartford. The 4-7-1 Colonels will host Rutland on Monday at 6 p.m.
Area Sports Schedule
Brattleboro field hockey at Woodstock, 4 p.m.
Leland & Gray boys soccer at Mill River, 4 p.m.
Brattleboro boys soccer hosts Rutland, 6 p.m.
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