Brattleboro boys run away on pitch

BRATTLEBORO — Luke Williams tallied twice to lead the Brattleboro Union High School varsity boys soccer team to a 6-1 decision over Fair Haven on Monday night at Tenney Field.

"We played well defensively and offensively. Both goalies played well. We had some really nice passing," said BUHS coach Paul Sather.

Nick Campbell, Jasper Reed, Carter Faulk and Jack Price all scored one goal for the winners. Emmett Dews and Josh Nordheim split time in net, while Alejandro Cornman and Gus Williams were the standouts on D.

The 2-1 Colonels will take on rival MAU in the first round of the John James Tournament on Thursday at 7 p.m. in Bennington. BBA and Arlington will face off in the other side of the bracket.

Girls Soccer

WESTMINSTER — Ava Sutton found the back of the net on two occasions to help Windsor to a 4-1 victory over Bellows Falls on Monday.

"The score did not reflect the way the game was played," stated BF coach John Broadley, whose team got off seven total shots.

Olivia Lockwood scored with eight minutes remaining for the 0-2 Terriers, who will host Randolph on Wednesday.


BRATTLEBORO — The Brattleboro Heat Fastpitch Softball Program will be holding a tryout for girls interested in playing for its summer 2018 14-year-old team. The travel softball team is open to girls born from 2003-2005. The tryout will be held on Sept. 23 from 10 a.m. to noon at Memorial Park in Brattleboro.

The Brattleboro Heat is in its 11th year of providing opportunities for girls from this area to develop their skills and knowledge of the game while playing against the best players from throughout New England. Many Heat players have gone on to play softball in college. In recent years, the Brattleboro Heat has included players from 25 high or middle schools in Vermont, New Hampshire, Massachusetts and Connecticut.

Brattleboro Heat Program Director Mark Bodin said that the team will play in five summer tournaments throughout New England from late-June through July. Per Bodin, the program gives girls from this area the chance to compete at a level they don't get to experience in school or local recreation leagues.

Players interested in attending the tryout must contact Bodin at or Caitlyn Arellano at Interested players unable to attend the tryout and interested players born before 2003 should also contact Bodin.

Brattleboro Heat 2017 sponsors are Savings Bank of Walpole, VTel Wireless, Landmark College, Kramer & Vangel, Vermont Country Deli, Amicci's Pizza, Cersosimo Lumber, Crispe & Crispe, Sons of the American Legion Squadron 67 and American Legion Auxiliary 67.

For more information about the Brattleboro Heat, visit

Attention Coaches

Game and meet results for Brattleboro, Bellows Falls, Leland & Gray, Twin Valley and Hinsdale varsity teams can be emailed to or called in/texted to sports editor Shane Covey at 802-490-6999.


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