Local roundup: Taber’s five-point day fronts Lebanon win

  • Kayla Taber

Staff Reports
Published: 4/30/2021 10:57:22 PM
Modified: 5/1/2021 7:44:49 PM

WEARE, N.H. — Lebanon High girls lacrosse took advantage of a John Stark team on break and missing three players to win, 17-3, on Friday.

Lebanon (2-2) was led by a strong game by junior Kayla Taber, who scored two goals and assisted three more. Junior Catherine Cole and freshman Maddie Jewell each scored three goals and recorded one assist. Junior Molly Smith finished with two goals and assisted two more. Senior Sydney Gonyea chipped in two goals and one assist.

Senior goalie Lena Nowell saved 12 shots, including all nine John Stark shots in the second half.

The Raiders have a quick turnaround for their next game, as they host ConVal Saturday.

BOYS LACROSSE Hartford 6, Mount Anthony 2

WHITE RIVER JUNCTION —Hartford (4-2) rode a strong performance by sophomore Joe Barwood to victory.

Barwood scored three goals and assisted one for the Hurricanes. Freshman Ezra Mock added one goal and one assist. Seniors Bentley Boonyaharn and Carter Nalette chipped in one goal each, and sophomore Blaine Goir recorded an assist. Goalie Tarin Prior saved five shots.

The Hurricanes will be back in action on Tuesday at home against St. Johnsbury.

Woodstock 16, Essex 9

WOODSTOCK — Keaton Piconi did a little bit of everything for the Wasps (5-0), scoring five times and setting up five others in a key VPA Division I victory.

Field Willis (two assits), Andrew Gubbins (one assist) and Corey White (one assist) all backed Piconi with three-goal hat tricks. Ethan Mello made six saves with a big assist to longsticks Louis Mills, Charles Greene, Evan Kurash and Mason Hawkins.

Woodstock hosts Rutland on Monday.

GIRLS TENNIS Hanover 6, Derryfield 3

MANCHESTER — Hanover (4-2) fought through windy conditions to defeat Derryfield for the second time this week.

HHS won four singles matches: junior Eleanor van Aalst (8-5), sophomore Noura St. Hilaire (8-4), senior Lyric Wilson (8-0) and sophomore Emilia Toressani (8-6). Hanover sealed the victory with wins in two doubles matches. Van Aalst and senior Carly Miles won 8-4, and Wilson and junior Natalie Feyer won 8-5.

Hanover will be on the road again for its next match against Concord on Monday.

TRACK AND FIELDHinckley impresses for Canes

WESTMINSTER, Vt. — Eleanor Hinckley kept up her status as one of the top sprinters in VPA Division II with her performance in Friday's meet at Bellows Falls.

Hinckley took second in the girls 100-meter dash in 12.8 seconds, missing the school mark by just .01 seconds. She was also .12 seconds off a new Hartford standard in the 200 dash, her time of 27.6 seconds also good for second place.

Finn Sunde, Calvin McCory, Tanner Bessette and Ben Rushton went 1-2-3-5 in the 400 dash for Hartford's highlight moment among the boys. “We are improving each week,” coach Mike Perry said. “A good lookout for the rest of the season.”

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