Local roundup: Woodstock’s Haley rains goals on Missisquoi

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Published: 2/3/2022 4:43:02 PM
Modified: 2/3/2022 4:46:25 PM

HIGHGATE, Vt. — It was the Kassidy Haley show on Wednesday for the Woodstock High girls hockey team as the superstar freshman tallied four goals to lead the Wasps past host Missisquoi, 7-1, at Highgate Arena.

Haley scored twice in the first period and twice more in the third, adding an assist as well. She now has 14 goals for the season. Junior Isabel Konijnenberg, senior Skylar Haley and junior Lily Gubbins also scored once for the Wasps.

Woodstock remained perfect, going to 12-0-0. The Wasps host Rice on Friday in a rematch of a tight 6-5 Woodstock victory on Jan. 15.

Hartford 7, Burr & Burton 1

MANCHESTER, Vt. — Knotted at a goal apiece after the first period, the Hurricanes exploded for four goals in the second and two more in the third for a blowout of the Bulldogs.

Hartford (11-3-0) heads to Middlebury on Friday.

BOYS HOCKEY Hanover 6, Trinity 3

WEST LEBANON — Jack Stadheim posted a hat trick and Casey Graham, Jack Gardner and Alex Rockmore also tallied for Hanover. John Hill had three assists for the hosts.

Stadheim scored twice in five minutes midway through the third period to break a 3-3 tie.

“Tremendous win for our boys,” Hanover coach Dick Dodds said. “With six regulars out of the lineup, they rallied around one another and avenged an earlier loss to Trinity. We played smart hockey and executed down the stretch.”

Hanover is 6-8-0 overall, 6-5-0 in NHIAA Division I play, and visits Bishop Guertin on Saturday.

Hartford 8, Lyndon 3

LYNDON CENTER, Vt. — The Hurricanes made it 13 straight wins to start the season with a rout of the Vikings.

Senior Aidan Boonyaharn and juniors Joseph Barwood and Connor Tierney all scored twice, and freshman Nolan Morlock and junior Ozzy DeFelice also found the back of the net. Boonyaharn added three assists. Sophomore goaltender Davey Bradley made 15 saves.

Hartford hosts Northfield on Saturday afternoon.

Lebanon-Stevens-MRA 7, Monadnock-Fall Mtn. 1

WEST LEBANON — Cesar Salcedo had two goals and an assist, Nate Stark had three assists and the Raiders improved to 8-3-0 overall and 7-2-0 in NHIAA Division III play.

Jack Clary, Will McGee, Paddy Mooney, Liam Ouellette and Easton Wykes also scored, the latter producing his first high school goal.

LSM’s Saturday game vs. Sanborn-Epping has been postponed to Feb. 18 because of COVID-19 issues in that program. Next up: A date against Kearsarge-Plymouth at Proctor Academy on Wednesday.

GIRLS BASKETBALL Hanover 61, Goffstown 42

GOFFSTOWN, N.H. — The beat goes on for Hanover, which led by as many as 31 points and improved to 16-0.

Junior guard Stella Galanes led with 23 points, including six three-pointers. Senior wing Melissa Whitmore added 14 point, and sophomore guard Sydney McLaughlin chipped in with 11.

Hanover concludes the regular season on Friday at Bishop Brady.

Proctor 73, MVCS 52

PROCTOR, Vt. — Despite another stellar night for senior guard Hayley Goodwin, who had 33 points, the Eagles (8-5) could not keep up with the Phantoms.

Senior guard Rachel Horner-Richardson added 12 points for MVCS.

“Their quickness had us chasing them all night and they exposed our inexperience,” Eagles coach Chris Goodwin said. “We need to be able to grow in the area of handling pressure and being comfortable with it. 18 turnovers against this team made it a long night for us.”

BOYS BASKETBALL Lebanon 75, Bishop Brady 51

CONCORD — The Raiders (15-1) extended their winning streak to 15 in a comfortable victory over the Green Giants.

Senior forward Jackson Stone had a season-high 25 points for Lebanon, and senior guard Braeden Falzarano added 19.

ConVal visits Lane Metcalf Gym on Friday as the Raiders close out the regular season.

Windsor 59, Otter Valley 45

BRANDON, Vt. — The Yellowjackets evened their record at 6-6 with a win over the Otters. Junior guard Maison Fortin led Windsor with 25 points, and senior guard Kaleb Swett had 18.

Windsor travels to local rival Woodstock on Friday night.

Proctor 66, MVCS 57

PROCTOR, Vt. — The Eagles (8-6) fell to the Phantoms in a fast-paced affair.

Junior Roman Goeppner led MVCS with 24 points despite sitting the entire second quarter after accumulating four fouls in the first. Junior guard Joel Roberts added 16.

“Our rebounding hurt while (Goeppner) was out,” MVCS coach Erva Barnes said. “We went on a run, locking in on defense and made it a two-point game with three minutes left in the game. They got a few easy baskets, and our efforts came up short.”

With the Eagles’ game Thursday against Trinity Christian canceled due to weather, MVCS next plays at Poultney on Monday.

Hopkinton 49, Mascoma 48

WEST CANAAN — The Royals (10-4) came up just short against the Hawks.

Junior guard Zach Thompson had another strong game with 17 points to lead Mascoma. Senior guard Ben Seiler added 14.

Next for the Royals is a home date with Mascenic on Saturday afternoon.

Long Trail 55, Sharon 27

SHARON — The Phoenix (0-12) were held to nine points in the first half in a loss to the Mountain Lions.

Juniors Parker Bogardus and Jack Doris each scored eight points for Sharon, which travels to West Rutland on Monday.

WRESTLING Lebanon 36, John Stark 21

WEARE, N.H. — Despite dropping four of the five contested bouts, the Raiders picked up the victory because of five John Stark forfeits.

Sophomore Sawyer Beaulieu won his 16th match of the season, pinning the Generals’ Caleb Hauptman at 120 pounds.

Lebanon travels to Plymouth, the top team in NHIAA Division III, on Saturday morning.

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