Wells is Castleton's top scorer

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BRATTLEBORO — The Castleton University field hockey team is taking a nine-game winning streak into Saturday's 4 p.m. home game versus Worcester State.



Bellows Falls graduate Sarah Wells has scored a team-best 13 goals this season for the 10-2 Spartans. She is also tied for second on the Castleton team with five assists.



The senior forward has a pair of hat tricks this fall, including three goals scored against both Salem State and Plymouth State. She was the team's playmaker on Sept. 19 at Colby-Sawyer, dishing out three total assists.



Wells has racked up 39 goals and 22 assists so far during her college career.



Tony Martinez



The former Brattleboro Union High School quarterback has 11 catches for 171 yards during his sophomore season as a split end for the Castleton University football team. The 1-4 Spartans will play at Gallaudet on Saturday at noon.



Ashley Bates



The Athletic Training major has started one game and taken seven shots during her sophomore season with the Keene State College women's soccer team. Bates, who was a star at Leland & Gray, and the 3-8-1 Owls will play at Western Connecticut State on Saturday at 1 p.m.



Elkanah Linder



The USciences (Philadelphia) tennis player is off to a 6-6 start in singles play during her senior season on the courts. The Vermont Academy grad defeated Chestnut Hill College's Daniela Siqueira 6-0, 6-2 in her latest match. The 5-4 Devils will compete at Caldwell on Saturday at noon.



Tanner Bell



The Brattleboro Union High School graduate has scored one goal during his freshman season with the Unity College (Maine) men's soccer team. The 5-8 Rams will play at Southern Maine on Oct. 20 at 3:30 p.m.



Conor Hiner



The former linebacker and guard for the Colonels has made four tackles during his sophomore season with the Plymouth State football team. The 2-3 Panthers will play at Framingham State on Saturday at noon.


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