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  • Kearsarge's Nick Ippedico stretches to reach the ball during Thursday's game against Mascoma in West Canaan. Valley News - Sarah Priestap

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  • Kearsarge's Nick Ippedico jumps out of the way as Mascoma's Ben Jones kicks the ball during the first half of Thursday's game in West Canaan, N.H. Valley News - Sarah Priestap

    Kearsarge's Nick Ippedico jumps out of the way as Mascoma's Ben Jones kicks the ball during the first half of Thursday's game in West Canaan, N.H. Valley News - Sarah Priestap Purchase photo reprints »

  • Kearsarge's Nick Ippedico stretches to reach the ball during Thursday's game against Mascoma in West Canaan. Valley News - Sarah Priestap
  • Kearsarge's Nick Ippedico jumps out of the way as Mascoma's Ben Jones kicks the ball during the first half of Thursday's game in West Canaan, N.H. Valley News - Sarah Priestap

Proctor, Vt. — The Woodstock Union High boys soccer team surrendered its first goal of the season at Proctor on Thursday.

No problem for the Wasps, whose quick scoring touch nullified the damage.

Oliver Vicar, Dougie Avellino and Nathan Thompson combined for three goals in 15 minutes, and Woodstock (4-0) held on for their fourth straight win to start the season, 3-1 over Proctor.

Alex Crompton, Haven Lantz and Avellino tallied assists for the Wasps, who received nine saves in net from junior Connor Fegard.

Lantz, Ben Orr, Cole Dalton and Bauer Neisner played outstanding defense for Woodstock, which hosts Mill River on Monday.

Hanover 4, Alivirne 0

Hanover — The Marauders (5-0) blanked the Broncos for their fifth straight shutout to start the season.

Rocco Linehan scored twice, Evan Greenwald had a goal and an assist and Daniel Hazlett scored for Hanover. The Marauders also received an assist from Asa Berolzheimer.

The Marauders’ five straight shutouts marks their longest since 2008, when they accomplished the same in the midst of a 47-game unbeaten streak in New Hampshire Division II.

The Marauders now reside in first place in D-I.

Hanover plays at Merrimack on Saturday.

Kearsarge 4, Mascoma 0

West Canaan — Andrew Van Hooydonk scored twice for the Cougars, who potted two goals in each half in a shutout win over the Royals (1-6).

Bobby Lauster added a goal and an assist for Kearsarge, and Jacob Donovan scored for the Cougars.

Mike Sullivan made four saves for Kearsarge, who play at Hopkinton on Tuesday. Mascoma hosts Bow on Tuesday.

KUA 2, Brewster 1

Meriden — Charlton Muhlauri and Jakob Drinkuth scored for Kimball Union in a win over Brewster Academy on Wednesday. Up next for KUA is Tabor Academy on Saturday at 3:45 p.m.

Girls Soccer

Sharon 3, Craftsbury 1

Sharon — Phoenix freshman Mallory Lloyd had a goal and an assist as Sharon improved to 3-1.

Ivy Arnold and Abby Hurwitz also scored for Sharon, while goaltender Sierra Treesman made a pair of saves against the Chargers.

Woodstock hosts Blue Mountain on Saturday.

Proctor 2, Woodstock 0

Woodstock — Proctor scored twice on direct kicks as the Wasps fell to 3-2 with their first shutout loss of the year.

Woodstock had several chances, including a Ava Mattsson bid following a breakaway pass from Emily Barnum. Phantoms’ keeper Alysa Valerio made the save.

Woodstock hosts Otter Valley on Wednesday.

Whitcomb 1, Twinfield 0

Bethel — Ashley Stearns’ long-range strike early in the first half was enough for the Hornets (4-2).

Shannon Ludwig manned net for Whitcomb, which hosts South Royalton on Saturday.

Alvirne 4, Lebanon 0

Hudson, n.h. — The Raiders slipped to 2-3-1 with a shutout loss to the Broncos.

Lebanon hosts John Stark on Tuesday.

Monadnock 4, Newport 0

East Swanzey, n.h. — The Tigers (1-5) suffered their third straight shutout loss at the hands of the Huskies.

Newport hosts neighboring rival Sunapee on Monday.

West Rutland 4, Windsor 1

West Rutland, Vt. — The Yellowjackets slipped to 0-5.

Amber DeBartlo scored the lone goal for the Jacks, assisted by Maddy Morse in the second half.

The Golden Horde led 20-9 in shots on goal and had a 3-0 advantage at halftime.

“They’re a good team,” Windsor coach Bruce Mackay said of West Rutland. “We did better in the second half, but we’re young and we continue to make some mistakes.”

The Jacks face Long Trail on the road on Monday.

Golf

Raiders Fall at Home

Lebanon — The Raiders dropped a Senior Day match to the Pride by a single stroke.

Cory Huckins (41), David Albright (42), Alex Bitler (44), Nate Damren (44) and Dylan Gaudette (45) scored for the Raiders, followed by fellow seniors Nabeel Khan (46), Garrett White (47) and Conner Tilton (56).

The Raiders travel to Windham on Tuesday to take on the host Jaguars and Kennett.

Host Cougars Third

North Sutton, n.h. — The Cougars edged Mascenic by four strokes while falling to Bow and Pelham at the Country Club of New Hampshire.

The Falcons’ Doug Champagne earned the medal with an even-par 36 on the front-nine tourney, followed by Kearsarge’s Andrew Arnold (T-2; 38), Lucas Muzzey (third; 39), Laura Rodgers (48) and Bailey Kane (52).

The Cougars host Belmont, Stevens and Prospect Mountain on Tuesday.

College Field Hockey

Regis 2, Colby-Sawyer 1 (ot)

Weston, Mass. — Christine O’Toole scoredin the ninth minute of overtime to lift Regis (1-6) over visiting Colby-Sawyer (3-3).

Allyson Mullen, of Wilder, scored for Colby-Sawyer, and goalie Jodi Dumayne, of Claremont, made nine saves.

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