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Big Inning Sends Terriers Past Jacks

Westminster, Vt. — The Windsor High baseball team kept its game at Bellows Falls close for five innings yesterday before a disastrous sixth sent it tumbling to a 10-2 Marble League loss at Hadley Field.

The Bellows Falls sixth started innocently enough, with two strikeouts sandwiched around two hits, one a double by Colby Howe that made it a 4-2 game. However, the next eight Terriers reached base on four walks, four hits, a passed ball, a wild pitch and an error. The crowning blow was Mike LeBeau’s triple to right with the bases loaded.

“If it wasn’t for that one big inning,” lamented Windsor coach Don Swinyer. “But I’m pretty proud of the way we hit the ball.”

Matt Thayer, Russell Simonds and Tanner Tibbits each had two hits for the Yellowjackets (1-3). Windsor scored single runs in the first and fourth frames.

Tyson Boudro allowed six runs, four of them earned, as the visitors’ starting pitcher. He struck out four Terriers and walked four and allowed only five hits before the roof fell in when he tired.

LeBeau, who has pitched each inning of Bellows Falls’ two games, struck out nine Yellowjackets and allowed six hits. The righthanded senior whiffed 15 against Leland and Gray during his team’s opener. The Rebels visit Windsor on Wednesday.

— Poody Walsh

Mascoma 15
Franklin 14

Franklin, n.h. — The Royals led 15-10 entering the bottom of the seventh inning and held on to improve to 2-1 in a contest that lasted 3 hours,10 minutes. The Tornadoes fell to 0-4.

Chris Sanborn had three hits and four RBIs, Walt Hammond had two hits and three RBIs and Adam Dutille and Ethan Neily each had two hits and two RBIs. The teams each had 11 hits. Mascoma plays Monday at Newport.

Randolph 2
South Royalton 1

Randolph — The Galloping Ghosts won their opener, using Alex Gilbert’s two-run single in the third inning to score their runs. South Royalton scored in the sixth, parlaying two walks, a single and a sacrifice fly, but dropped to 2-1.

Randolph starter Jake Sprague allowed no runs, one hit, struck out five and walked one. The Galloping Ghosts visits Montpelier on Tuesday.

Williamstown 14
Whitcomb 4

Bethel — The Hornets couldn’t hold a 4-0, first-inning lead and dropped to 1-2. Whitcomb, which managed seven hits, visits Concord on Tuesday.


Whitcomb 22
Williamstown 7

Bethel — Reba Hart tossed a one-hitter in a five-inning game, striking out five batters, walking one and hitting two. MacKenzie Delia had four hits and four RBIs, Tulie McCrory had four hits and three RBIs and Lexie Burnham had three hits.

Whitcomb (3-0), which is playing without five starters on vacation this week, visits Concord on Tuesday.

Randolph 6
South Royalton 0

Randolph — Rachel Johnson threw a no-hitter with 15 strikeouts and two walks during her team’s opener. The Galloping Ghosts produced only two hits, by Jackie Lumbra and Mary Kate Poirier, using walks and numerous passed balls to score most of their runs.

Randolph hosts Enosburg next Friday.

Newport 9
Fall Mountain 5

Langdon n.h. — The Tigers had 10 hits Wednesday, including three by Mindy Carl and two by Sky Curtis, to improve to 3-1. Stephanie Carl allowed nine hits and struck out nine Wildcats. Fall Mountain fell to 0-3.

Girls Lacrosse

Hanover 15
Winnacunnet 12

Hampton, n.h. — Hannah Seibel had five goals, three assists, seven draw controls and caused seven turnovers to lead the Marauders (4-0). Rachel Boghosian added three goals and JJ Daniell and Sophie Lubrano each tallied twice.

Hanover competed with only 12 players because of others out of town on vacation and hosts Londonderry tomorrow.

College Baseball

Chargers Swept

New London — Castleton swept a North Atlantic Conference doubleheader from Colby-Sawyer, winning 9-6 and 14-0. Hartford High graduate Mat Pause of Castleton led his team with three hits and two RBIs in the nightcap.

Colby-Sawyer dropped to 12-13 overall and 7-8 in conference play while Castleton improved to 19-7 and 16-2.

College Lacrosse

Big Green on TV

Hanover — The Dartmouth women’s and men’s teams will each have Ivy League games televised by the Fox College Sports channel in the near future. The women’s noon game against Princeton tomorrow is the first scheduled broadcast, followed by the men’s 6 p.m. clash with Brown.

Neither program has had a home game televised in the last five years. Fox Sports Channel has also broadcast a Big Green men’s hockey game, a women’s hockey game and a baseball game this year.