Local roundup: Bradley, defense steer Hanover girls hockey to victory

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Published: 2/2/2022 4:56:58 PM
Modified: 2/2/2022 4:55:27 PM

HUDSON, N.H. — After a sloppy defensive night in a Saturday loss at BFA-St. Albans, the Hanover High girls hockey team built from the back to regain its winning ways. Nora Bradley had two goals to help Hanover bounce back with a 5-1 NHIAA Division I win over the Cardinals at Cyclones Arena on Tuesday night.

Maeve Lee had a hand in all five goals, scoring once and assisting on the other four. Gail Morse added a goal and an assist. Danielle Rudd also scored, and Lily Seelig had an assist. The goals by Rudd and Morse were each on the power play, and Bradley’s second came shorthanded.

“This was a nice team win that started with our effort in the defensive zone,” Hanover coach John Dodds said. “We were able to clean up some coverage problems we had in St. Albans on Saturday night, and it led to a few offensive opportunities we were able to capitalize on.”

Goalie Katie Smith had 23 saves for Hanover (9-2-1 overall, 9-1-1 NHIAA), which visits St. Mary’s (Lynn, Mass.) on Saturday.

GIRLS BASKETBALLWindsor 44, Springfield 30

SPRINGFIELD, Vt. — he Yellowjackets amped up the defensive intensity in the second half to pull away from host Springfield at Dressel Gym.

Peyton Richardson had 13 points and five steals to pace a balanced Windsor attack. The Jacks trailed at halftime, 22-21, but then limited Springfield to just eight points after the break.

Reese Perry had a double-double with 10 points and 15 rebounds to go with three steals for Windsor. Elliot Rupp added nine points, four assists and three steals. Sydney Perry chipped in seven points while pulling down nine boards.

Windsor (12-2) has now won three games in a row and will host Burr & Burton on Friday.

White River Valley 50, Bellows Falls 27

WESTMINSTER, Vt. — The Wildcats (9-3) opened the game on a 16-6 run and never looked back against the Terriers.

Tanner Drury had 23 points to carry the bulk of the WRV offense. Ella Perrault pulled down 17 rebounds while working with teammates Shannon Hadlock and Jillian Barry (seven points) to slow Bellows Falls star Laura Kamel on the defensive end of the floor. Ashlyn Rhoades added 12 points, including a pair of 3-pointers, for WRV.

The Wildcats host West Rutland on Saturday.

Otter Valley 52, Hartford 34

WHITE RIVER JUNCTION — The Otters dominated the second half to hand the Hurricanes (7-6) a home loss.

The Canes opened the game on an 11-3 run, but little went right for the hosts from that point forward. Beth Dobrich led Hartford with 13 points. Madison Withington had nine points, and Madison Willey added eight. The Otters outscored Hartford, 33-16, in the second half.

The Canes visit Fair Haven on Friday.

Harwood 51, Oxbow 44

MORETOWN, Vt. — Harwood opened the game on a 19-9 run and held that momentum to prevent any Oxbow comeback.

Maggi Ellsworth had 14 points, including a pair of 3-pointers, for the Olympians. Emma Parkin had a team-best 15 points. Alexa Kosakowski and Abigail Carson had six points each.

The O’s (5-8) will host Thetford on Thursday.

Fair Haven 60, Woodstock 24

FAIR HAVEN, Vt. — The hosts outmatched the visiting Wasps (5-9).

Emma Tarleton had eight points for Woodstock, which trailed, 26-13, at the break only to see Fair Haven go on a 20-5 run in the third quarter.

Woodstock hosts Mount Anthony on Saturday.

Boys BasketballLebanon 62, Plymouth 33

LEBANON — The Raiders (14-1) dominated Plymouth to win their 14th straight game. Lebanon will host ConVal on Friday to conclude the regular season.

Milford 53, Hanover 48

MILFORD, N.H. — Hanover dropped a close one to fall to 4-13 on the season. Bishop Brady pays a visit to Hanover on Friday to close out the regular season.

SwimmingHanover dominates CCBA meet

LEBANON — In a non-scoring meet held to give swimmers one final chance to qualify for the NHIAA state championships, several Hanover High swimmers did just that.

Freshman Elizabeth Staats won the girls 200-yard freestyle by 17 seconds and the 500 free by a whopping 35 seconds, easily qualifying in both events. Other Hanover girls to post qualifying times included junior Mollee Ye in the 100-yard breaststroke, freshman Tirza Savellano in the 200 individual medley and junior Grace Clerkin in the 50 free.

On the boys side, senior Benton Cesanek won both the 50 and 100 free, and freshman Theo Cook took first place in the 500 free and 100 breast. Savellano’s older brother Andres, a junior, won the boys 200 IM.

The state championship meet is on Feb. 12 in Salem.




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