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Bellows Falls junior Abby Broadley won her first three races this season.

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BRATTLEBORO — Abby Broadley has prevailed once again.

The Bellows Falls junior, who won her first three cross-country races this season, earned 122 votes to run away with Brattleboro Reformer Athlete of the Week honors for Sept. 27 to Oct. 3.

“Hardest-working runner out there,” noted Heather Harty Waryas on her online ballot.

The two-time defending Division 3 individual state champion started her 2020 season with back-to-back victories in Thetford. She then broke her school’s course record during the Russ Pickering Invitational.

“Her dedication is amazing,” Jamie Dansereau said of Broadley. “She is also a hard-working student, a true friend to her peers and an incredible artist.”

The BF speed demon is now in the running for one of the Marina’s $25 gift certificates.

The nominees for the Oct. 3-10 Brattleboro Reformer Athlete of the Week are shown below. In order to vote, simply go to www.facebook.com/ReformerSports and “like” your choice.

Izaak Park

The star defender used his speed to chase down opposing attackers and continually drove free kicks from deep on frame when the Twin Valley varsity boys soccer team nipped Arlington 1-0 in a rematch of last year’s Division 4 title match.

Angelina Nardolillo

The Hinsdale varsity girls soccer team’s keeper made four saves to earn a shutout during a 7-0 home victory over Monadnock.

Riley Barton

The soccer standout had a hat trick when Leland & Gray routed Springfield 8-0 and he then went off for four goals as the Rebels defeated Mill River 5-2.

Maya Waryas

When the Bellows Falls varsity field hockey team rallied to beat Hartford 4-2, she scored the game-winning goal. No. 14 followed that up with a hat trick against Keene.

Trinley Warren

He had a couple of touchdown catches during the Brattleboro touch football team’s 35-28 victory over Woodstock, including the game-winning grab in overtime.

Shane Covey can be reached at scovey@reformer.com or 802-254-2311 X163. On Twitter: @ShaneCovey.


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