Wildcats win Werner title

ARLINGTON — The Twin Valley varsity boys soccer team zipped Springfield 4-0 on Thursday to win its fifth consecutive John Werner Tournament.

Lucas Messing scored two goals for the Wildcats. Colin McHale and Jack McHale each tallied once and also had an assist, while Logan Park chipped in with a dime of his own.

Logan Boyd and Josh Carpenter-O'Hearn each made a couple of saves to combine for the shutout. Park was named the tourney's most valuable player.

The 7-0 Wildcats will face Green Mountain on Tuesday.


WHITE RIVER JCT. — Hunter Perkins and Kody Rhodes each had three rushing touchdowns to propel the Hartford varsity football team to a 56-33 victory over Brattleboro on Friday night.

The defending state champions also got a touchdown pass from Tyler Hamilton to Austin Gaudette and were ahead 40-7 early in the second half.

Sophomore quarterback Tyler Millerick connected with junior Brenden Gilbeau for a pair of TD strikes to lead Brattleboro's offense. Kyle Derosia pitched in with an interception that set up the team's first score, while Chris Frost and Millerick each added a run to paydirt.

The 0-5 Colonels will welcome Saint Johnsbury on Friday at 7 p.m.

Field Hockey

WESTMINSTER — Abbe Cravinho and Dani Marchica had hat tricks as Bellows Falls pounded MAU, 8-0.

"The girls are still playing hard and working hard," said BF coach Bethany Coursen, whose Terriers are on a 31-game winning streak.

Reaghan Baldasaro and Sophia Hyslop each scored once for Bellows Falls (8-0).

The Terriers will face Woodstock on Tuesday.

Boys Soccer

FAIR HAVEN — Matt Emerson was solid in the midfield and Quinn Kelloway played well in goal to help Leland & Gray to a 4-1 win over Fair Haven.

Riley Barton tallied twice for the winners. Patrick McDonald and Pat Meyer also scored.

The Rebels improved to 5-3-1 and rank sixth in the Division 3 standings.

Cross Country

WOODSTOCK — The Brattleboro teams swept a meet in Woodstock on Friday.

Sarah Gallagher (20:28) won the girls race to pace the Colonels, who finished with 30 points and defeated Thetford, Windsor, Woodstock and Hartford. Annie Takacs (23:04) finished 5th, Elery Loggia (23:20) was 6th, Alexandra Miskovich (23:37) was 8th and Mollie Patenaude (23:54) wound up 10th.

With lead runner Isaac Freitas-Eagan visiting a college, Colin Costa-Walsh paced the BUHS boys by taking 4th in 18:10. Rounding out the scoring were: Trevor Kipp, 5th, 18:28; Evan Koch, 9th, 19:04; Bram Tabachnik, 12th, 19:17; and David Pierce, 17th, 19:51.

The boys team scoring looks like this: Brattleboro (60), Woodstock (67), Stratton (70) and Thetford (76).


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