Bellows Falls continues field hockey streak

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WESTMINSTER — Senior captain Molly Kelly had a hat trick to lead the Bellows Falls Stickers to an 11-0 rout of MAU on Wednesday.

"Everybody did a really good job. We scored on a couple of corner plays," stated winning coach Bethany Coursen.

Madison Streeter, Abbe Cravinho and Abby Dearborn all tallied twice. Sophie Hyslop and Megan Banik also scored.

Alice Salter-Roy dished out a team-high two assists. Madi Joy, Taylor Goodell, Kelly and Streeter also set a goal up.

"Salter-Roy had a really good game," noted the BF coach. "Hyslop did a nice job passing and she played a good game."

The Terriers improved to 11-0 on the season. They have now won 51 straight games dating back to 2015.

Bellows Falls will play at Fair Haven on Saturday and then host Burr and Burton for Senior Day on Monday.

Girls Soccer

BRATTLEBORO — Lauren McKenney, Hailey Derosia and Olivia Romo all found the back of the net when the Colonels downed Springfield 3-1 on Wednesday.

"Brattleboro picked up the intensity. The players helped each other grow into the game. The girls strung nice passes together and played over the wings. They created some quality scoring opportunities," said BUHS coach Edwin de Bruijn.

The purple and white were coming off of a 4-1 loss to Rutland. Romo scored for the 2-8-1 Colonels, who will play at Rutland on Saturday at 11 a.m.

In Townshend, Sydney Hescock made six saves for a shutout as Leland & Gray topped Twin Valley 3-0.

Ellie Longo and Arin Bates were the playmakers for the winners. Longo finished with one goal and two assists, while Bates tallied twice and also set up Longo's burial.

Sierra Fillion and Maris Linder both played well in the midfield for the 7-3 Rebels. Bay Holmes was Leland & Gray's defensive standout.

Field Hockey

BRATTLEBORO — Burr and Burton broke the ice midway through the first half and went on to beat host Brattleboro, 1-0.

Brattleboro came out sluggish. Burr and Burton is a very fast team with good skills. We were on our heels most of the first half," stated BUHS co-coach Sherryl Libardoni. "The play was up and down the field during the second half. Natalya Forkin kept Brattleboro in the game with many great saves. Brattleboro's team defense played well, but the team's offense just couldn't get anything going."

Mya McAuliffe, Sarah Butterfield, Lacy Slade and Z Muhammed were the defensive standouts for the 5-4-1 Colonels.

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Boys Soccer

TOWNSHEND — Burr and Burton scored with one second left in the first half and hung on for a 2-1 victory over Leland & Gray on Wednesday. Riley Barton did the damage for the Townshend team, assisted by Rain Holmes. Cameron Anderberg made a handful of saves for the 7-2 Rebels.

Area Schedule


Twin Valley boys soccer hosts Springfield, 4 p.m.

Hinsdale girls soccer at Sunapee, 4 p.m.

Brattleboro cross country at Fall Mountain (CVC meet), 4 p.m.

Leland & Gray boys soccer hosts Fair Haven, 4 p.m.

Brattleboro boys soccer at Burr and Burton, 5 p.m.

Bellows Falls boys soccer at Black River, 6 p.m.

Hinsdale boys soccer at Sunapee, 6 p.m.

Bellows Falls football at Fair Haven, 7 p.m.

Brattleboro football at Mount Anthony Union, 7 p.m.


Bellows Falls field hockey at Fair Haven, 11 a.m.

Brattleboro girls soccer at Rutland, 11 a.m.

Leland & Gray boys soccer hosts Rivendell, 1 p.m.

Twin Valley boys soccer at Green Mountain, 4 p.m.


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