Lonergan earns Brattleboro Bowl prize

BRATTLEBORO — Brattleboro Union High School varsity girls lacrosse player Tobin Lonergan received 89 votes to earn the Reformer Athlete of the Week award for April 29 to May 5.

The sophomore attacker finished with five goals and one assist when the Colonels topped Amherst 16-11. Earlier in the week, she had six tallies during her team's 17-15 decision over Wahconah.

"The timing of her goals was key," noted Brattleboro varsity girls lacrosse coach Michael Lonergan, referring to Tobin's big game in Dalton, Mass.

Lonergan joins Brattleboro's Hailey Derosia (softball), Brattleboro's Olivia Romo (lacrosse), and Emily Bazin (softball) of Bellows Falls as spring winners. Her prize is a night of free Cosmic Bowling for two at Brattleboro Bowl, which takes place Friday and Saturday evenings from 9-11.

The nominees for the May 6-12 Reformer Athlete of the Week are shown below. Readers are encouraged to vote by "liking" their choice on the www.facebook.com/ReformerSports page.

Connor Dupuis

During a victory over Woodstock, the Twin Valley varsity baseball player went 2-for-4, had two RBI, and also scored one run to lead the Wildcats offensively.

Kelsi Clement

She drove in two runs during the Hinsdale varsity softball team's 7-6 win over Sunapee, with her sixth-inning RBI double that scored Sydney Martelle being the game-winning hit.

Christian Thomsen

The Leland & Gray slugger went 4-for-4, was just a home run shy of the cycle, and drove in three runs to propel the Rebels to a 12-2 victory over Green Mountain.

Liv Stent

With her Brattleboro varsity girls lacrosse team leading 12-11 against rival MAU, the senior tri-captain knocked down a pass over the middle and later used a clean check to strip an opposing attacker before scooping the ball up to run out the clock.

Reno Tuttle

He placed second in the discus and third in the shot put to help the Bellows Falls boys track team finish fifth at the CVC Finals over the weekend.


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