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Freshman’s goals lead Wasp field hockey win

Staff Reports
Published: 10/14/2019 10:31:08 PM
Modified: 10/14/2019 10:31:03 PM

SPRINGFIELD, Vt — Lily Gubbins unleashed two second-half goals to lead Woodstock High field hockey to a 3-0 victory Monday afternoon over Springfield.

Scoreless at the half, Mackenzie Yates scored the game-winning goal five minutes into the second half.

Gubbins, a freshman forward, then made sure Woodstock (6-5-1) didn’t lose its lead.

Halfway through the second half, she scored off a pass from Sophie Yates.

With under five minutes to play, she tallied her eighth goal of the season on a Norah Harper assist.

The visiting Wasps outshot Springfield 26-2.

Woodstock hosts Brattleboro on Tuesday.

GIRLS SOCCER Leland & Gray 3, Windsor 1

WINDSOR — Up 1-0 at the break, the Yellowjackets squandered their lead as Leland & Gray scored three second-half goals.

Goalie Adi Prior made nine saves on 12 shots, including two breakaway stops. Olivia Rockwood scored Windsor’s lone goal on a co-assist from Evelyn Page and Elliot Rupp.

Windsor (6-6-1) hosts Bellows Falls on Thursday in its last game before playoffs.

White River Valley 3, Bellows Falls 1

WESTMINISTER, Vt. — Grace LaFromboise tallied two assists to break the Wildcats two game losing streak.

Sophie Howe, Blake Southworth and Hannah White each netted goals for WRV (7-6).

Sarah Howe contributed an assist.

The Wildcats travel to Rivendell on Saturday.

BOYS SOCCER Pittsfield 7, Newport 0

PITTSFIELD — The loss drops the Tigers to 2-9-1. They host Sunapee on Tuesday.

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