Local roundup: Lebanon soccer rebounds from loss with shutout win

Published: 10/12/2021 10:46:15 AM
Modified: 10/12/2021 10:46:20 AM

Staff Report

NORTHWOOD, N.H. — Lebanon High girls soccer rebounded from a Friday loss and took down Coe-Brown 2-0 Monday.

Lebanon (8-3-0) won its fourth game out of its last five contests.

Junior Delaney Deshane gave the Raiders the lead in the first half, assisted by a through ball from junior Mary Rainey. Senior Paige Susco sealed the victory with less than a minute to play on an assist by sophomore Sophie Longacre. Junior goalie Maddie Newton saved four shots.

The Raiders will take on Bow on Tuesday at home.

Hinsdale 6, Newport 4

HINSDALE, N.H. — Newport (6-4-0) snapped its four-game winning streak Monday.

Senior Riley Skarin scored all four Newport goals.

“Good game,” said Newport head coach Gary McCall. “(On) both sides of the ball, Hinsdale was able to take advantage of their opportunities. We had plenty ourselves, came up short.”

The Tigers will face Portsmouth Christian on Tuesday at home.

VOLLEYBALL South Burlington 3Mid Vermont Christian 1

BURLINGTON — MVCS (7-2) lost its two-match winning streak Monday.

The Eagles won the first set 25-22. But South Burlington won the next three by scores of 25-17, 25-17, and 25-18.

Freshman Felicity Adams made five blocks and eight kills for MVCS. Senior Haley Goodwin recorded five aces and 11 digs. Junior Deborah Airoldi added 10 digs.

MVCS will host St. Johnsbury on Wednesday.

BASS FISHING Hartford fifth at states, qualifies for Twin States

SOUTH HERO, Vt. — Hartford bass fishing finished fifth in Lunker smallmouth Sunday’s VPA State Championship on Lake Champlain.

The Hurricanes were represented by senior Gordie Willey and freshman Tommy Gross.

The fifth-place finish earned Hartford a spot in the Twin States Championship on Saturday, which pits the top 10 teams from Vermont against the top 10 from New Hampshire.

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