Torrey, Wheeler Hit Net, Oxbow Boys Trip Enosburg
Enosburg, Vt. — Hunter Torrey and Allen Wheeler took care of all of the scoring as the Oxbow High boys soccer team won for the third time in five matches, getting a 3-1 win over Enosburg Falls on Saturday.
The Hornets grabbed a 1-0 lead in the seventh minute, but it only took two more for Torrey to level the match. Torrey would set up Wheeler for the Olympians’ other goals in the 20th and 56th minutes. The tandem has scored nine of the O’s last 11 goals.
Michael Hodge recorded 13 saves for the victory. Oxbow (3-7) visits Hazen — a 1-0 winnover the O’s last month — on Tuesday.
Dartmouth 4 (ot)
Philadelphia — Ali Savage’s third hat trick of the season wasn’t enough to boost the Big Green (3-6 overall, 1-2 league) past the Quakers on Sunday in an Ivy League game at Ellen Vagelos Field.
Emily Corcoran netted the game-winner for Penn (7-2, 3-0), which owned a two-player advantage in the seven-against-seven overtime because of a pair of late Dartmouth yellow cards.
Savage ranks second in single-season three-goal games in program history behind Rebekka Stucker in 2003. Maggie Scanlon scored Dartmouth’s other goal.
The Big Green starts a four-game homestand against UMass-Lowell on Friday.
Big Green Sixth
New Haven, Conn. — A third-round team 291 left Dartmouth sixth at the MacDonald Cup, in the middle of the 14-school pack at the Golf Course at Yale.
Illinois won the team title at 807, beating host Yale by 25 strokes. The Big Green shot 863 as a team.
The Illini’s Brian Campbell finished at 13-under-par 197 for the 54-hole event. Jeffrey Lang had the best tournament for Dartmouth, tying for 11th at even-par 210.
Green Concludes Challenge
New Haven, Conn. — The Big Green closed the Ivy Challenge with five wins in eight singles matches on the tournament’s final day.
Jacqueline Crawford, Taylor Ng, Melissa Matsuoka, Narni Summerall and Katherine Yau claimed the wins. Crawford and Suzy Tan combined for the Big Green’s lone doubles victory.
Chargers Sweep UMF
New London — Junior Chris DiCecca scored in each half to deliver the Colby-Sawyer men’s soccer team to a 2-1 win over Maine-Farmington on Sunday.
Marion James and Sarah Little scored as the Charger women completed a sweep with a 2-1 win.