2017-05-19 / Sports

Tiger boys roll to lopsided track & field victory

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NEWPORT — Mason Martell and Peter Thibault were double individual winners as the Newport boys won nine events and the team title at its home meet Thursday.

The Tigers would finish with 193 team points to runner-up Mascoma's 138. Stevens placed third with 69, followed by Sunapee (42), FM (37) and Mount Royal Academy (6).

Martell won the 110 and 300 hurdles, posting times of 17.0 and 45.8 seconds, and winning by comfortable margins. Thibault dominated the shot put (42-1) and discus (128-4), capturing the shot by more than 6 ½ feet and the discus by more than 23 feet.

Not all the Tigers' wins were lopsided. The days most exciting finish came in the 1600, where Ethan Ritondo held off a late charge from Fall Mountain's Jared Walker. Ritondo had led from the start with Mascoma Valley's Justin Andrews either at his side or in his shadow. Over the last couple hundred meters, Walker made his move, broke into a sprint and looked like he would catch Ritondo at the finish. The meet was hand-timed, so there were no thousandths of seconds, and both runners hit the line in 5:33 with Ritondo ever-so-slightly ahead.

Newport's other individual winners were John Thibault in the 200 (24.3) and Dylan Palmer in the 400 (53.7). The Tigers also won two of the three relays, taking the 4x100 in 47.1 seconds and the 4x400 in 3:55.3.

Stevens won the 4x800 relay with a time of 9:26. The Cardinals' Josh Thurber was victorious in the 800 (2:35.4) and Ethan Sweet breezed to a win in the triple jump (41-6).

Sunapee had one winner in Carson Garland, who won going away in the 3200 with a time of 11:48. Runner-up John Hogan of Newport was almost a minute back at 12:44.

Fall Mountain had one winner also, Steven Walker in the high jump. He cleared 5-10.


Mascoma Valley's depth carried the Royals to the team title as their 117 points outdistanced runner-up Sunapee by 30. Stevens had 79 to take third and edge out Newport (73). Fall Mountain scored 58 and Mount Royal had 18.

Sunapee and Fall Mountain had three individual winners apiece.

The Lakers collected wins from Katie Frederick in the 400 (1:03), MaryAnn Cousens in the 800 (2:39) and Kayleigh Bean in the javelin (68-0).

FM's winners were Ryleigh Bruno in the 100 (13.4), Sarah Klema in the long jump (14-5) and Isabelle Lord in the triple jump (30-5).

Stevens and Newport had two winners each.

The Cardinals' Marion Lovett won the high jump (5-0) and Olivia Barcelou captured the 300 hurdles (58.6).

For the Tigers, Selena Coronis was victorious in the 200 (29.7) and Anna Pysz won the discus (86-1).

In the relays, Stevens won the 4x100 (56.5), Sunapee took the 4x400 (4:45) and FM won the 4x800 (12:24).

Note: Results will be published in an upcoming edition.


BF 15, Twin Valley 0 in (5 inn)

Murphy Hicks no-hit the Wildcats, snapping a 12-game losing streak.

She also helped herself at the plate with two hits and two RBIs.

The Terriers' Aly Bashaw smacked three hits, scored three runs and drove in two more. Emily Bazin had two hits, three runs and three RBIs. Paxton Santorelli contributed three runs, a hit and an RBI.

Bellows Falls (2-12) visits Rutland (7-6) Saturday with the first pitch at 10 am.

Stevens 19, Kearsarge 4 (5 innings)

Sarah Ruest pitched the first inning with Madison Lapsley finished the next four. Combined they gave up two walks and four hits while striking out five.

Katlyn Chambers and Marti Milan each had a double for the cardinals.

Stevens hosts Hanover under the lights Friday at 7 p.m.

The Cardinals will also be hosting an alumni game on Saturday from 4 to 8 p.m. to benefit the cancer association.

Practice starts at 4 p.m. with play to begin at 5 p.m.

Burgers, drinks and popcorn will be on sale and contributions will be accepted.


Track & Field

Bellows Falls meet

Several teams competed in the meet at Bellows Falls on Wednesday. Local teams participating were the host Terriers, Fall Mountain, Springfield, Stevens and Windsor.


BF's Connor Smith was second in the 100, followed by Springfield's Cadence Wheeler, FM's Jason Elam, BF's Gabe Hakimoglu and Windsor's AJ Wood.

Smith also finished second in the 200. Springfield's Allan Poller was third, BF's Sawyer Reis fourth, Hakimoglu fifth and the Cosmos' AJ Aldrich sixth.

BF's Sawyer Reis took the 400 with a time of 54.53 seconds. FM's Joey Groton and Roger Hayden took second and third, respectively.

The 800 went to BF's Nic Potter (2:11.6). FM's Matt Manwaring was second, BF's Ian Wallace took third and teammate Jackson Purdy was sixth.

The Terriers' Cody Tallent won the 1500 (4:43) ahead of teammate Tim Salter-Roy, FM's Aiden Jasmin, Springfield's Branden Bryant, FM's Jason Gibbs and BF's Stone Bradbury.

Fall Mountain's George Gowdy won the 3000 in 10:25. Stevens' Logan Bonneau and Tyler Sullivan were second and third, respectively.

In the 110 hurdles, BF's Shane Clark (16.64) beat out Fall Mountain's Steven Walker, Hunter Bogar, Stuart Latham, Jared Walker, and teammate Caleb Lisai.

The 300 hurdles went to Bogar, who clocked 45.5 seconds. He edged out the 2-3-4 trio of Windsor's Daniel Dexter (45.58), Lisai (45.63) and Jared Walker (45.96). Steven Walker placed sixth.

The Terriers' Reno Tuttle won the shot put at 42-10. FM's Isaac Bailey placed second, Stevens' Joe Desilets third, Windsor's Hunter Judd fourth, the Yellow Jackets' Ethan Rhoad was fifth and BF's Teagan Bacon was sixth.

Tuttle won the discus as well with a toss of 108-2, topping teammates Clark and DJ Snide. Windsor's Terry Ziccardi and Ethan Rhoad finished fifth and sixth.

Clark won the javelin with a throw of 144-8, but Cosmos freshman Wheeler gave him a challenge with a toss of 143-6. This was just his fourth javelin competition and his previous personal best was 93 feet. Fourth went to Windsor's Trevor Worrall, fifth to Snide and sixth to Tuttle.

Stevens' Ethan Sweet won the long jump at 19-6 ½. Snide was second, Judd third, Reis fifth and Springfield's Chris Gurney sixth.

Sweet also won the triple jump, leaping 40-0 ½. Wheeler was the runner-up, Ziccardi fourth, and BF's Ryan Kelly and Braden Maxfield were 5-6.

Latham nipped Clark in the pole vault as both cleared 11 feet. Latham had one miss on the day and Clark had two.

Likewise, the high jump was determined by fewer misses as Hakimoglu and Pianka reached 5-6, but the BF jumper had one miss to the Cosmos leaper's two. Lisai took fourth, James Ronning of Fall Mountain fifth and Kelly sixth.

In the 4x100 relay, Bellows Falls won with a time of 46.94. Fall Mountain was third and the BF “B” team was fourth.

Bellows Falls placed third in the 4x400 relay, Springfield fourth, BF “B” fifth and Windsor sixth.

FM was second in the 4x800 relay.


Bellows Falls' Abbe Cravinho won the 100 (13.05 seconds), followed by teammates Jaden Luebbert, Jasmine Boucher and Macie Streeter. Stevens' Audrey Puksta was fifth.

Fall Mountain standout Madison Parrott, fresh off a new school record in the 100 (12.88 seconds) at the CVC championships, skipped that event this time, but cruised to victory in the 200 with a 27.32. Cravinho was third, Luebbert fourth, Boucher fifth and Puksta sixth.

Windsor's Anika Abrahamsen won the 400 in 1:05.69. BF's Reaghan Baldasaro finished second, the Cosmos' Maddi Macie third, BF's Dani Marchica fourth, and Stevens' Alyssa Alberto fifth.

The 800 went to the Terriers' Megan Banik (2:43) with teammate Alice Salter-Roy second, FM's Grace Bushway and Chelsey Patch third and fourth, Springfield's Ericka Schoff fifth, and BF's Megan Kelly sixth.

FM's Danielle Scott won the 1500 with a time of 6:17. Springfield's Paige Congdon was third, Windsor's Belle Moulton fourth, and the Cosmos' Jenna Knight fifth.

BF's Lia Clark won the 3000 (12:43) and the Cosmos' Alex Grassley was second.

Brigid Hodsden captured the 100 hurdles, clocking 17.5 seconds. FM's Isabelle Lord took third, BF's Michelle Marchica fourth, FM's Isabelle Comeau fifth and Springfield's Kim Phan sixth.

Streeter took the 300 hurdles with a time of 52.7, Michelle Marchica placed third, BF's Hailey Covillion fourth, Hodsden fifth and Springfield's Sofia Gulick sixth.

FM's Joslin Gilbo captured the shot put with a heave of 30-0 ½. BF's Emma Lawrence placed fourth, Springfield's Aunna Parker fifth and BF's Tess Kinney sixth.

The Terriers' Savannah Bradbury took runner-up honors in the discus with teammate Keri Ticino third, FM's Abigail Allen fourth, Lawrence fifth and Windsor's Kaitlyn Morris sixth.

Ticino won the javelin at 98 feet. Streeter was second, BF's Brianna Donahue third, and Parker sixth.

Ticino won the pole vault as well, reaching eight feet. Covillion took second, Luebbert third, the Cosmos' Macie fourth, Windsor's Emily Smith fifth and Hodsden sixth.

Michelle Marchica was second in the triple jump, Boucher was third, FM's Ryleigh Bruno fourth, Puksta fifth and Dani Marchica sixth.

Cravinho finished second in the long jump. Parrott was third, Dani Marchica fourth, BF's Molly Kelly fifth and FM's Sarah Klema sixth.

Molly Kelly matched the PR she set at the CVCs (4-10) in winning the high jump. Windsor's Smith was second, BF's Leanna Mager and Stevens' Marion Lovett tied for third, FM's Montana Robar was fourth and BF's Jessica Roberts took sixth.

Fall Mountain won the 4x100 relay in 52.45 seconds, followed by Bellows Falls.

The Terriers took both first and second in the 4x400 relay with the “A” team posting a 5:00.3.

Springfield won the 4x800 relay (14:41).


Green Mountain 2, Woodstock 1

Josh Woods pitched a complete game for the win. He registered 13 strikeouts and struck out the side in the last inning to end the game with runners on second and third. Woods gave up just one hit while walking four.

Tanner Bischofberger had the game winning hit in the top of the seventh.

GM is now 7-4 on the year and plays Twin Valley on Friday in Chester.


Windsor 232, Black River – inc., Twin Valley – inc.

Ben Meagher carded a 46 to claim medalist honors on the par-36 front nine at Tater Hill Golf Club in Chester.

Jacob Curtis added a 52, Devon Beland a 64 and Dylan Morris a 70.

The Yellow Jackets will take on Hartford and Woodstock Tuesday at Quechee Country Club at 3:30 p.m. Tuesday.


Campbell 15, Stevens 5

Keagan McAllister and Donovan Putnam scored two goals each for the Cardinals. Max Salls had the other.

Tucker Derosier made 16 saves.


Stevens 7, Lebanon 2

Conant 8, Stevens 1

The Cardinals split in Lebanon cruising past the host team before falling to the defending Division III state champs.

Cameron Cullison won both her matches at No. 1 singles. Alexis Parliman, Becca Moody, Mariah Lawrence, Kedgyna Dor and Clara Avery also won their singles matches against Leb.

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