WINDSOR, Vt. — Windsor came out strong, with unassisted first-half goals by Hannah Wood and Angelina Bigwood, and a goal on a corner by Bigwood assisted by Alyssa Slocum on the way to a 4-1 field hockey victory over Burr and Burton on Friday. Katie Crabtree for BBA got on the board to make it 3-1 at the half.

Windsor was the only team to score in the second half. With 1:25 remaining, Linda Ricard scored, assisted by Wood. Lindsey Young had two saves in goal for Windsor while Mac Thuermer from BBA had 10.

Windsor had a 13-3 edge in shots on goal and a 9-0 edge in corners.

Windsor improves to 8-1-1 and hosts Brattleboro on Monday.


GM 2, Bellows Falls 0

WESTMINSTER, Vt. — Jane Thompson scored a goal in each half to give Green Mountain a 2-0 victory over Bellows Falls in a girls soccer game Friday.

Green Mountain keeper Alex Hutchins more than earned the shutout with 18 saves.

Bellows Falls goalie Corinna Mitchell collected six saves.

BF (2-6-2) will play host Leland and Gray on Wednesday.


Green Mountain 5, Bellows Falls 0

CHESTER, Vt. — Everett Mosher scored three times and Skyler Klezos and Evan Hayes split time in net to earn the 5-0 shutout over Bellows Falls in a boys soccer game Friday.

James Anderson and Evan Hayes also scored for the Chieftains.

Green Mountain, 7-3, is at Rivendell on Tuesday.

Bellows Falls is 3-7.


Sunapee 3, Mascoma 0

SUNAPEE — The Sunapee Lakers hosted Mascoma on Friday, coming out with a 3-0 victory in volleyball action.

The first set saw many lead changes until the Lakers took back the serve at 18-19 bringing senior setter Lexa Santti up to serve. Santti served out the set with the Lakers taking the set 18-25.

The second set was much the same with the teams tying at 16-16. The Lakers pulled ahead from there and took the set 20-25. The Lakers started cold in set 3 while the Royals came out hot. The Lakers were down 15-8 when they won back the serve on a kill by sophomore outside hitter Molly Reed. This brought freshman middle hitter Emma McNally up to serve.

The Lakers played well behind McNally’s serves before the Royals won back the serve at 16-17 Lakers. The Lakers took back the serve and pushed the score to 17-24 behind Santti’s serving. The Lakers finished the set on a kill by Reed, 18-25.

The JV Lakers won in two sets, 22-25 and 7-25. They won the consolation set 15-17.

The Lakers travel to New Ipswich to face the Vikings of Mascenic Regional High School on Monday.

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