BUHS field hockey team is stung
BRATTLEBORO — The Brattleboro varsity field hockey team lost to Woodstock 3-2 in overtime on Wednesday.
Makenzie Yates tallied twice for the Wasps, including the game-winning goal with 5:56 remaining in OT. Sophie Yates also buried a shot for the winners.
Lily Quintaro and Rachael Rooney each scored for the purple and white. Jessica Tatro was credited with an assist.
Makenna Severance, Edie Kay, Lacy Slade, Logan Austin and Krista Kinley played well in the defensive end for the Colonels. Rooney and Rosie Carignan both played well offensively.
"Brattleboro played its best game of the season. Brattleboro took the lead and then held their ground in the defensive end. Most of the second half was played in the Brattleboro defensive circle," said BUHS coach Sherryl Libardoni.
The JV Colonels prevailed 1-0. Taylin Bauer was the hero, with her tally being set up by Mirra Macy.
WESTMINSTER — Bellows Falls battled back to beat Burr and Burton 2-1 on Wednesday.
Trailing 1-0, the Terriers scored on a couple of penalty corners to win it. Meagan Kelly set up Maya Waryas for the equalizer and Grace Wilkinson assisted on Halle Dickerson's game-winning blast in the final seconds.
"The team has improved over the season," said BF coach Bethany Coursen, whose Terriers had lost to the Bulldogs 6-3 and 2-0 in the first two meetings. "This was a great victory for this team. They all worked hard in positions that they might normally not play. I'm very proud of this team. They haven't given up."
The 5-6 Terriers will play at Rutland on Saturday at 4 p.m.
TOWNSHEND — Sydney Hescock made a dozen saves to help Leland & Gray to a 3-1 win over Windsor on Wednesday.
Arin Bates, Ellie Longo and Izzy Ameden all scored for the winners. Abby Towle set up the latter on a corner kick.
Adi Prior made 28 saves for Windsor. Olivia Rockwood found the back of the net for the Yellowjackets.
The 7-2 Rebels will host Rivendell on Friday at 4 p.m.
WILMINGTON — Owen Grinold put away a left-footed rip from the 18 two minutes into overtime to give Twin Valley a thrilling 4-3 victory over Rivendell on Wednesday.
Aidin Joyce, Aaron Soskin and Grinold all had one goal during regulation. Colin McHale and Finn Fisher each set one up.
Jack Kehoe made eight saves for the 7-1-1 Wildcats.
COLCHESTER — The Vermont Basketball Coaches' Association annual Fall Clinic will be held Oct. 26-27 at Saint Michael's College. There will be a chance to mingle with other Vermont coaches during the college team's basketball practice on Oct. 26, while several speakers will be on hand for the clinic on Oct. 27 from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
Hinsdale girls soccer hosts Monadnock, 4 p.m.
Hinsdale boys soccer hosts Monadnock, 4 p.m.
Hinsdale cross country at Hillsboro-Deering, 4 p.m.
Bellows Falls boys soccer at Green Mountain, 4 p.m.
Leland & Gray girls soccer hosts Rivendell, 4 p.m.
Brattleboro boys soccer at Mount Anthony Union, 6 p.m.
Bellows Falls football at Springfield, 7 p.m.
Brattleboro cross country at Thetford, 10 a.m.
Bellows Falls cross country at Thetford, 11 a.m.
Twin Valley girls soccer at Stratton, 2 p.m.
Twin Valley boys soccer at Stratton, 4 p.m.
Bellows Falls field hockey at Rutland, 4 p.m.
Brattleboro football at Spaulding, 6 p.m.
Standings: Team 1 (22-3), Team 10 (18-7), Team 5 (18-7), Team 11 (15-10), Team 4 (14-11), Team 3 (12-13), Team 9 (11-14), Team 2 (11-14), Team 6 (10-15), Team 7 (9-16), Team 8 (8-17).
Week 5 of 18
High Handicap Game: Team 6 — 910
High Handicap Series: Team 10 — 2,449
High Games (women): Josie Rigby 189, Doris Lake 178, Bunny Fogg 170
High Games (men): Marty Adams 198, Gary Montgomery 180 and 182, Charles Merchant 182
High Handicap Game (women): Doris Lake 251
High Handicap Game (men): Al Dascomb 242
High Series (women): Josie Rigby 486
High Series (men): Robert Rigy 601
High Handicap Series (women): Beverly Middlestadt 652
High Handicap Series (men): Al Dascomb 683
200 Games: Robert Rigby 201 and 234
500 Series: Gary Montgomery 540, Marty Adams 517, Warren Corriveau Sr. 505
600 Series: Robert Rigby 601
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