Local Roundup: Lebanon Post 22 Stays Undefeated
Milford, n.h. — Tanner Simms’ two-run single in the eighth inning snapped a 1-all deadlock and lifted the Lebanon Post 22 American Legion baseball team to a 3-1 victory over Milford to remain undefeated.
Lebanon (5-0 overall, 4-0 league) trailed 1-0 until Cam Broughton doubled and scored on a grounder in the seventh.
Post 22 starter Andrew Houde allowed two hits and struck out nine batters over seven innings. Reliever Josh Weiss retired all six batters he faced.
Lebanon travels to Plymouth today.
Brattleboro 7 Hartford 4
White River Junction — Hartford made 10 hits, but couldn’t convert enough of them into runs in a loss to Brattleboro.
Brandon Gaudet had three hits and a walk for Hartford, while teammate Dylan Terino had two hits and a walk and Hunter Perkins added a double.
Perkins started on the mound and allowed two runs, four hits and four walks over six innings while striking out five. Reliever Jacob Perkins went three innings and allowed five runs on seven hits.
Hartford returns to action today when South Royalton comes to town for a twin bill.
CRFC-North 3 Touchline SC 1
Langdon, n.h. — CRFC-North scored twice in the second half to snap 1-1 halftime tie and defeat Touchline Boys SC (2-2-1), which had only 10 players.
Noah Kahan scored for Touchline, and keeper Jack Pattison, normally a field player, made four saves in his first — and, coach Rob Grabill said with a chuckle, his last — game in goal.
Touchline greets Pembroke today at Norwich’s Huntley Meadows.
N.H. Wins All-Star Game
Castleton, Vt. — Colby Vallencourt scored twice as New Hampshire defeated Vermont 6-1 in the Twin State Field Hockey Game on Friday night at Castleton’s Spartan Stadium.
Colchester’s Kameron Burke scored Vermont’s goal. Mount Anthony’s Leah Holland and CVU’s Eva Dunphy combined to make 22 saves.
Brooke Whitaker (Lebanon) and Jenna Deschaine (Stevens), were on the New Hampshire roster, and Stevens’ Patty Deschaine was the head coach. Jenna Yee (Hartford) and assistant coach Heather Scudder (Hartford) represented Vermont.