Local roundup: Fortin keeps Windsor football chugging along

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Published: 10/7/2020 10:07:46 PM
Modified: 10/7/2020 10:07:42 PM

WESTMINSTER, Vt. — Maison Fortin tossed four touchdowns to Logan Worrall as the Windsor High football team beat host Bellows Falls, 34-14, on Wednesday afternoon. 

The Yellowjackets held just a 14-7 lead at the break but outscored the Terriers, 20-7, in the second half. Jordan Place threw a touchdown to Austin Gauld, and Kaleb Swett kicked four PATs. 

Ben Gilbert and Owen Abrahamsen each had a few nice catches, too. Windsor (3-1) hosts Bellows Falls on Saturday afternoon. 

Hartford 14, Springfield 7

WHITE RIVER JUNCTION — Cole Jasmin finished 13-for-25 for 169 yards and two scores as the Hurricanes earned their third consecutive victory.  

Kobe Peach had three receptions and a touchdown, along with kicking two PATs. Jacob Seaver caught the second touchdown pass for Hartford (3-1). 

Connor Tierney was the Canes’ top target with eight catches for 128 yards. Colin Vielleux also helped out the aerial attack, throwing for 238 yards on 19 completions in 31 attempts. 

Hartford visits Springfield on Friday night.

BOYS SOCCERSunapee 2, Stevens 1

SUNAPEE — The Lakers scored twice in the span of a minute to reverse an early deficit and stop the Cardinals.

Kaeden LeClair placed a service across the Sunapee goalmouth and into the goal to give Stevens a lead in the 19th minute. Sunapee responed through a 30-yard Andrew Claus bomb in the 28th minute and Parker Reed’s chip over Stevens goalkeeper Cooper Moote (10 saves) just a minute later.

The teams meet again on Friday in Claremont.

 

GIRLS SOCCERWindsor 2, Rivendell 0

WINDSOR — The Yellowjackets controlled the game in the first half and ultimately outshot the visiting Raptors, 19-2. 

Elliot Rupp registered a score, and Olivia MacLeay tallied her first varsity goal. Evelyn Page set up both goals for Windsor (3-0). 

“The girls were focused from the first whistle despite the rain,” said Yellowjackets’ coach Jeff Bachey. “We did a great job switching fields and playing the final through ball to get good opportunities on net.”

Cora Day had a strong game in net with 17 saves for the Raptors.

Rivendell hosts Bellows Falls on Saturday. Windsor is off until next Wednesday when it hosts Leland & Gray. 

Sunapee 2, Stevens 1 

CLAREMONT — Tied at one in the final minutes of the game, Laker Abby Pollari got loose and slotted a ball past Stevens keeper Hailey Knight for the game-winning goal.   

Stella Lavertue scored the Cardinals’ lone goal on a pass from Angelina LaClair. 

Stevens (1-6) travels to Sunapee on Saturday for a rematch.

 

FIELD HOCKEYMascoma 2, Hanover 1

HANOVER — Tied 1-1 at the half, Natalie Poitras scored on a penalty stroke in the fourth quarter to give the D-III Royals the victory. 

Brianna Withington gave Mascoma its first goal of the afternoon. 

“Hanover is always a tough team to play,” said Royals coach Jenn Hammond, whose team is now 3-3. “Today we really pulled together and played to our full potential. I’m really proud of how hard these ladies have worked.”

Hanover (6-2) travels to West Canaan on Friday afternoon for a rematch with Mascoma. 

Bellows Falls 4, Hartford 2

WESTMINSTER, Vt. — Madison Willey and Caroline Hamilton each scored for the Hurricanes, who visit Hanover on Saturday.

 

GOLFHanover now focuses on states 

KEENE, N.H. — Spencer Law shot a 40 for the Marauders, who played at Bretwood Golf Course’s south course. 

Ben Plottner and Natalie Morhun each finished with a 41 for the Marauders. John Hill shot a 43 for Hanover, which now prepares for Tuesday’s NHIAA D-I team state championships at Mount Washington Resort. 

Team scores: Exeter 190, Keene 198, Hanover 210.

 

AMATEUR GOLFPleat leads at NH Mid Am

NEW DURHAM, N.H. — Former Dartmouth College golfer James Pleat is one day away from his third significant win of the New Hampshire amateur season thanks to his lead two rounds into the NHGA Mid-Amateur Championship at Lake Winnipesaukee Golf Club.

Pleat shot an even-par 72 in Wednesday’s second round to reach 2-over 146 through 36 holes. He has a one-stroke lead on the Golf Club of New England’s Brett Wilson and a two-shot edge on Hooper’s Ryan Kohler, the runner-up at August’s Stroke Play Championship at Montcalm Golf Club.

Pleat has already won the stroke-play qualifying and match play titles at this year’s New Hampshire Amateur. A win on Thursday would all but guarantee him the NHGA’s Thomas J. Leonard Jr. Player of the Year award as the state’s top amateur golfer.

Seven players are within six shots of the lead, including Pleat’s father, Phil (76-76-152).




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