Jenna Dolloph

Jenna Dolloph (25) scored the first goal for Bellows Falls on Wednesday in Westminster.

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WESTMINSTER — Corina Mitchell earned a shutout in goal as the Bellows Falls varsity girls soccer team outscored White River Valley 2-0 on Wednesday for its first victory this season.

Jenna Dolloph and Emma Graham did the damage for the winners. Dolloph outran a defender into the box and rifled the ball into the corner of the net, which was followed by Maggie Parker threading a perfect through ball for Graham to sidefoot just inside the post.

The 1-5 Terriers nearly had a couple of tallies in the first half, however Graham's blast ricocheted off the crossbar and Anya Taylor put one between the pipes after time had expired.

Boys Soccer

WILMINGTON — Izaak Park had a hat trick to lead Twin Valley to an 8-0 rout of Springfield on Wednesday.

Aiden Joyce, Noah Dornburgh, Luke Rizio, Aaron Soskin and Finn Fisher also scored for the winners. Fisher (3) and Soskin (2) were the team's assist leaders.

The 5-1 Wildcats will play at rival Leland & Gray on Friday at 4 p.m.

In Chester, Bellows Falls lost to Green Mountain 5-0. The Terriers dropped to 2-4 overall.

Field Hockey

BRATTLEBORO — Brattleboro was zipped by Windsor 4-0 on Wednesday.

"The girls were making things happen, weren't afraid to try new things and were really showing the growth they have made," said first-year BUHS coach Erin Cooke.

Brittney Wright made 13 saves for the hosts. The offensive line of Katryna Jarvis, Kiera Noble, Rosie Carignan and Nicole Potter also played well.

Hannah Wood, Megan Holling, Peyton Richardson and Alexia Peckinpaugh all scored one goal for the visitors. Alyssa Slocum was credited with an assist.

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


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