Local roundup: Hanover claims field hockey showdown with rival Lebanon

  • Natalie Feyrer

Staff Reports
Published: 10/5/2020 10:07:09 PM
Modified: 10/5/2020 10:07:03 PM

LEBANON — Natalie Feyrer scored with 3:04 remaining as the Hanover High field hockey team handed archrival Lebanon a 1-0 defeat on Monday, its first loss of the season. 

Feyrer’s goal came off a corner play and was assisted by Mia Edmonds and Gail Morse. 

The Marauders’ defense, which was led by Kate Blaisdell and Natalie Chapman, held steady as the Raiders had 11 corners but couldn’t capitalize. Hanover (6-1-0) created only five corners. 

“It was a great field hockey game. It felt like it could go either way pretty much the whole time,” said Lebanon coach Amanda Valliere, whose team is now also 6-1-0. 

The Raiders will have their chance at revenge Oct. 14.

Hanover hosts Mascoma on Wednesday. Lebanon is off until next Monday when it welcomes Mascoma. 

Windsor 9, Brattleboro 0

WINDSOR — The Yellowjackets routed visiting Brattleboro thanks to Ashley Grela’s hat trick. 

Meagan Holling added two goals to the tally. Alyssa Slocum (two assists), Jenna Hood (one assist), Hannah Wood (one assist) and Alexina Peckinpaugh each notched a goal, too. 

Karen Kapuscinski had two assists for Windsor, which created 23 corner opportunities in the match. Madison Leduc and Lindsey Young split time in goal and preserved the shutout for the Yellowjackets, who are now 4-0-0 and host Otter Valley on Friday. 

Woodstock 4, Springfield 1

WOODSTOCK — The Wasps scored three first-half goals to put away the visitors early. 

Lilia McCullough opened the scoring late in the first quarter thanks to a pass from Lili Sorrentino. Lily Gubbins added a score early in the second quarter, then Norah Harper tallied a score with a minute to play until the break on a feed from Tobin Calder. 

Gubbins and Sorrentino connected again with four minutes remaining to secure the Woodstock (2-1) victory. The Wasps visit Burr & Burton on Thursday.


BOYS SOCCERLebanon 4, Fall Mountain 0

LANGDON, N.H. — Robert de la Cruz scored his first varsity goal as the Raiders extended their win streak to four.

Tyler St. Martin, Daniel Mladek (one assist) and Emmanuel Bello each chipped in a goal to the Lebanon (4-1-0) effort.

Lebanon led, 1-0, at the half. Goalie Colbie Delisle registered three saves. 

Simon Amaro, Ryan Oliveira and John Bieszczad all tallied assists for the Raiders, who host Kearsage on Wednesday. 

Mill River 3, Rivendell 0

CLARENDON, Vt. — Raptors coach Kevin Brooker said the Minutemen’s style of play took some time for his players to get used to playing against.

“Mill River is a team we have never played before and the style is a bit different than we've seen and are now a more well-rounded team.

Rivendell (2-1) welcomes Arlington on Saturday. 

Sharon 7, Long Trail 0

SHARON — Leading only 2-0 entering the second half, the Phoenix came out and scored four goals in the first 10 minutes of play. 

Ever Tofel netted three goals for Sharon off of passes from Erik Younce, who also finished the game with two goals. 

“I was very pleased with the way we executed in the second half,” Phoenix coach Blake Fabrikant said. “We are dynamic and potent when we are playing to our potential.”  

Riley Eastman added a score and two assists, and Jack Lloyd scored his first varsity goal. Daniel Henderson recorded an assist for Sharon (3-1). 

The Phoenix host White River Valley on Thursday.


GIRLS SOCCERLebanon 5, Fall Mountain 0

LEBANON — Mary Rainey scored just 2 minutes, 20 seconds into the game, and the Raiders never looked back. 

Sophie Longacre netted two goals, including one on a pass from Rainey, and Ella Longacre and Sydney Deshane each added one. 

Catherine Cole contributed an assist for Lebanon (3-1-0). The Raiders hit the road Wednesday to visit Kearsarge. 

Hanover 10, Mascoma 0

HANOVER — Charlotte Johnson had a hat trick as the Marauders stayed a perfect 5-0-0. 

Kira Smith and Noor van Aalst both had two goals, and Elsa Bolinger, Emilia Torresani and Izzy Kachikas added one apiece. 

Sage McGinley-Smith had a team-high three assists, and Sonja Lippman and Caroline Adams each contributed two assists. Freshman Sydney McLaughlin added an assist. 

Rebekah Rudd and Emma Kleber combined for the shutout. Mascoma (0-7-0) hosts Hanover on Thursday. 

Fair Haven 5, Woodstock 0

WOODSTOCK — The Wasps host Otter Valley on Wednesday. 

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