Local roundup: Barwood scores hat trick in Hartford’s shutout win over Bu

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Published: 10/1/2023 1:50:36 AM
Modified: 10/1/2023 1:49:38 AM

MANCHESTER, Vt. – Madison Barwood led the Hartford High field hockey attack with a hat trick and an assist and Kamryn Brower added a goal and two assists as the Hurricanes blanked Burr & Burton, 5-0, on Friday, handing the Bulldogs their first loss of the season in the process.

Hailey Vanesse netted her first goal of the year and Maddison Willey and Charlotte Jasmin each had an assist for the Canes. Hartford had a 3-0 lead at halftime and scored twice in the fourth quarter to pull away.

Paige Vielleux made six saves against the Bulldogs (4-1-1).

Hartford (6-1-0) will play St Johnsbury (1-4-1) at home on Monday.

John Stark 3, Hanover 0

HANOVER — After a scoreless first quarter, the defending NHIAA Division II state champion Generals (10-0) got a goal to lead 1-0 at the half and scored once in the third and fourth quarters to top the Bears.

Goalie Guinevere Riordan had three saves for Hanover, which defended 11 penalty corners and had two at the offensive end of the field.

Hanover (5-5-2) plays at home against Milford on Wednesday.

Newport 11, Franklin 1

FRANKLIN, N.H. — The Tigers improved to 8-1-0 and welcome Kearsarge on Monday.

Football North Country 43, Woodstock 21

NEWPORT, Vt. — The VPA Division III Wasps had a 28-21 lead before the D-II Falcons (3-2) ran off 22 straight points in the fourth quarter to win.

Vince Petrone, Caeden Perreault and Carter Warren had touchdowns on the ground for Woodstock.

Woodstock (4-1) plays Poultney at home on Friday night.

Hartford 21, Brattleboro 0

BRATTLEBORO, Vt. — The Hurricanes kept their record perfect at 5-0 in shutting out the Bears (1-3-1).

VPA Division I-leading Hartford travels to Middlebury Union on Friday night.

Spaulding 31, Oxbow 14

BARRE, Vt. — The Olympians dropped to 1-4 on the year and will travel to Mill River on Saturday.

Girls soccer Windsor 10Bellows Falls 1

WESTMINSTER, Vt. — Audrey Rupp scored five goals and Olivia MacLeay had three with three assists as the Yellowjackets improved to 6-1-1.

Single goals were scored by Kenzie Wescott and Brianna Barton, with Sophie Dufour and Abigail Brown getting an assist each against the Terriers (1-5-0). Sophia Rockwood made three saves.

Windsor travels to Springfield on Monday.

Fair Haven 3Woodstock 2 (2OT)

WOODSTOCK — Hannah Watson scored on a header off a free kick by Leah Kuhnert and Chole Masillo had the other Woodstock goal with Kuhnert getting her second assist, but the Wasps fell to the Slaters on a double-overtime goal.

Jane Stout had 10 saves for Woodstock, and Fair Haven’s keeper Kaye Haden made 13 stops.

Woodstock was in control most of the game, but Fair Haven (7-1-0) put home the winning goal on a quick counter attack.

“Woodstock played good enough to win, but a combination of the strong Fair Haven players in the first few minutes of the second overtime secured the victory,” Woodstock coach Greg Labella said.

Woodstock (4-2-0) plays Hartford (0-7-0) at home on Monday.

Boys soccer Winooski 3, Oxbow 2

BRADFORD, Vt. — Oxbow fought back from a 2-0 halftime deficit to tie it, but the Spartans (3-4-1) got the game-winner on a deflected corner kick midway through the second half.

Defensive wing back Jack Drugach got the Olympians on the board at the 37-minute mark, taking a pass from Andrew Barrett and unleashing a shot that tucked under the crossbar. Barrett got the equalizer three minutes later, drilling one into the corner of the goal. Oxbow had several chances after Winooski took the lead but failed to capitalize on the loose balls, Oxbow coach Chuck Simmons said.

Oxbow keeper Dakota Goodrich had seven saves. Simmons praised the play of the defensive backs and the overall team effort.

“We played amazing today,” Simmons said. “The boys were doing all the right things. We just fell short at the end. This is definitely a confidence booster today.”

Oxbow (2-6-0) is home against Twinfield/Cabot on Monday.

Hanover 5, Goffstown 2

GOFFSTOWN, N.H. — Andrew McGuire had two goals and Sam Ames, Carter Guerin and Zach Tracy one each as the Bears won their seventh straight.

McGuire’s scores put the Bears up 2-1 at halftime, and the lead increased to 4-1. Goffstown (7-3) got one back but Tracy iced the game for Hanover with his 11th goal of the season. Wyatt Seelig had four saves for Hanover, which sits a game behind Pinkerton in the NHIAA Division I standings.

Hanover is back on the road Tuesday at Exeter.

Montpelier 4, Thetford 0

MONTPELIER — Thetford kept it close in the first half but the Solons (6-0-0) scored three times after the break.

Thetford (4-4-0) plays Stowe at home on Wednesday.

Hopkinton 5, Stevens 0

CONTOOCOOK, N.H. — The Hillcats (10-1-0) handed the Cardinals (7-2-0) their second straight shutout defeat.

Stevens hosts Fall Mountain on Monday.

Cross Country Thetford tops Woodstock

WOODSTOCK — Anita Miller of White River Valley and James Underwood of Woodstock won their 5K races at Knox Meadow, with Thetford boys and girls winning the team meet.

Miller’s time of 20 minutes, 30 seconds was 14 seconds ahead of Layla Griffith of Stowe. Ava Hayden (21:07) of Thetford was third among 28 runners.

Underwood crossed in 17:34, with Ben Mattern of Thetford second (17:50) and teammate Brady Sloop third (18:10) in a field of 46. Lincoln Miller (seventh, 19:07) was White River Valley’s top finisher for the boys.

Boys team scores: Thetford 22, Woodstock 53, White River 93.

Girls team scores: Thetford 27, Woodstock 28. Stowe N/A, White River N/A.

Golf Dover 204, Hanover 204, Keene 204, N. South 225

HUDSON, N.H. — The Bears placed second by virtue of winning a tiebreaker over Keene and defeating Nashua South at Whip-Poor-Will Golf Club.

Dover won both of its tiebreakers to take the day.

Leading Hanover was Trevor Lichtenstein, who shot a career-best 37 over nine holes, followed by Adam Goodney (40), Andrew Cahoon (41), Nick Reiss (42) ad Jake Toulmin (44).

“It was tough day weather-wise, but the boys prevailed and kept it together,” said Hanover coach Joshua Flanders, whose team is now 16-9. “The boys are clicking. Trevor’s score has us excited headed into states.”

Hanover has a final match at Pinkerton on Monday in its final tuneup before the NHIAA Division I state championship on Oct. 10 at Canterbury Woods.

Volleyball Conval 3, Hanover 0

PETERBOROUGH, N.H. — The Bears (4-6) will be home against John Stark on Friday.

Raymond 3, Mascoma 0

RAYMOND, N.H. — Mascoma dropped to 3-4 and will play Belmont at home on Monday.

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