Local roundup: Oxbow freshman no-hits Randolph

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Published: 5/13/2022 7:32:03 AM
Modified: 5/13/2022 4:33:53 PM

BRADFORD, Vt. — Freshman Anastase Bourgeois threw a no-hitter, struck out 12 and hit a fourth-inning home run the Oxbow High softball team’s 18-0 win over Randolph on Thursday.

Ahead 1-0 in the first, the Olympians scored six runs in the third with Alexa Kosakowski, Bourgeois, Taylor Bean, Darcy O’Connell, and Faith Eastman driving in runs. Oxbow collected 10 hits on the afternoon.

O’Connell, Kosakowski, and Bourgeois all had multiple-hit games, and the Olympians played errorless ball.

“We hit well today behind Bourgeois’ pitching performance,” said Oxbow Coach Chuck Simmons. “We are starting to fire on all cylinders and having fun doing it.”

Oxbow (7-3) is at Thetford on Saturday.

Bellows Falls 22, White River Valley 6

WESTMINSTER, Vt. — The Wildcats got two hits from Julia Morse and Liyah Fisk Turkvan and one from Tanner Drury, who also scored two runs.

White River fell to 0-10 and travels to Windsor on Saturday.

Fair Haven 11, Windsor 8

FAIR HAVEN, Vt. — Senior Meagan Holling had a two-run double and sophomore Amber Simonds reached based three times for the Yellowjackets.

“Lots of improvements in this game,” said first-year Windsor coach Kelsey Mason. “We still have a lot of work to do, but there were some great plays in this game.”

Windsor (2-7) plays White River Valley at home on Saturday.

Lyndon 12, Thetford 0

LYNDON CENTER, Vt. — The Panthers slipped to 5-3 and welcome Oxbow on Saturday.

Girls lacrosse Hanover 12, Windham 8

HANOVER — The Hanover High girls lacrosse team trailed Thursday’s NHIAA Division II game with Windham by three goals at halftime. Undaunted, the Bears scored all seven of the second half’s goals and won.

Emily Perras began the comeback by tallying nine seconds after intermission, capping a three-pass rush. Caroline Adams pulled the hosts within one a minute later, and Kali McDonnell tied it up with 18 minutes, 32 seconds to play.

Perras fired a shot off the post on a breakaway 40 seconds later, but McDonnell, Maeve Lee and Adams each pumped in single goals during the next 5:35 to put the game away.

Adams, a senior who’s headed to play at Middlebury College in the fall, finished with five goals. Lee had three and McDonnell two. Hanover (6-3) visits Timberlane (7-5) on Saturday.

St. Thomas 17, Lebanon 15

DOVER, N.H. — Ella Longacre scored six goals and added two assists, but the Raiders played the final 15 minutes down a player after being awarded their fourth yellow card.

Catherine Cole had two goals and two assists but didn’t play the second half after receiving her second yellow card shortly before intermission of the NHIAA Division III contest. St. Thomas improved to 4-5 and Lebanon, which had won five in a row, is 5-2.

“We played our hearts out until the final minute,” said Lebanon coach Sara Ecker, whose team played the second game in a stretch of three games in as many days. “We could have given up, but even though our players were totally frustrated, they never did.”

Maddie Jewell had three goals and two assists, Molly Smith had two goals and three assists and Molly Jane Schutzius and Cassidy Adams scored once each. Drew Kantor made five saves and Baillie Mako seven for the Raiders, who host Bishop Brady (0-5) on Friday.

Hartford 16, Vergennes 3

WHITE RIVER JUNCTION — Addy Cadwell hit the 100-point mark in her high school career, scoring four goals and four assists, and Caroline Hamilton had three goals and three assists as Hartford had little trouble with the one-loss Commodores.

Sophie Howe, Maddie Barwood, Chloe Jensen, Grace Gardner and Beth Dobrich added a goal each. Sarah Howe had 10 saves in net for the Hurricanes.

“Once again, Hartford’s solid defense made it difficult for the Vergennes offense to penetrate the goal,” said Hartford coach Heather Hartford. “Outstanding defensive play by Shannon Hadlock, Ella Perreault, Abby Vanderpot and Audrey Rupp.”

The Hurricanes (9-0) travel to Rice Memorial on Friday.

Boys lacrosse Lebanon 20, Bishop Brady 8

CONCORD — Senior Griffin Auch was a one-man wrecking crew with seven goals and five assists as the Raiders improved to 8-3.

Seniors Hunter Grant (four goals, one assist) and CJ Childs (two goals) also found the back of the net. Freshman Colin Maher had three goals and two assists, junior Cesar Salcedo scored twice with three assists, Finn Kopp had a pair of goals and Otto Bourne four assists. James Barnett made 15 goals for Lebanon.

The Raiders, who have won five straight after a 3-3 start, welcome Gilford on Monday.

Baseball Woodstock 18, Mill River 4

NORTH CLARENDON, Vt. — Finding themselves in a 3-1 hole after an inning, the Wasps struck for six runs in the second and eight more in the third to put the game away.

Sophomore Jacob Stone led with three hits, three runs scored and three RBIs, as Woodstock had 16 hits on the day. Freshman Vincent Petrone, senior Memphis Begin, senior Alex Rice and senior Wyatt Begin drove in two runs each. Rice had three hits and three runs scored as well. Mill River managed just one hit off Wyatt Begin, who allowed two earned runs over two innings. Freshman Ben Runstein threw three scoreless innings in relief.

Woodstock (4-3) is home to Arlington on Saturday.

Springfield 2, White River Valley 1

SOUTH ROYALTON — Senior Dominic Craven was dominant on the mound for White River despite the defeat, striking out 12 in eight innings against the Division II Cosmos.

Mason Gauthier drove in the lone run for the Wildcats. Austin Tracy and Macin Gaudette had a hit each.

It was the first home loss ever for White River Valley (7- 3), which travels to Williamstown on Saturday.

Lyndon 17, Thetford 0

LYNDON CENTER, Vt. — The Panthers (5-3) fell to the undefeated Vikings and will return home to play Oxbow on Saturday.

Fair Haven 16, Windsor 6

FAIR HAVEN, Vt. — The Yellowjackets had a 6-2 lead into the bottom of the fourth inning but surrendered 10 runs and another four in the fifth.

Windsor had six hits and Richie Young drove in a pair of runs.

Windsor (2-7) is at Rivendell on Saturday.

Brattleboro 11, Hartford 0

WHITE RIVER JUNCTION — The Hurricanes were hurt by poor fielding in the first inning as Brattleboro scored 11 runs (three earned) on six hits and six walks against Zach Johnson.

Tommy Mangieri went three innings, allowing no hits while striking out five. Trenton Bird gave up a hit in the fifth inning.

Hartford (3-7) is at Fair Haven on Monday.

Girls tennis Mondadnock 8, Stevens 1

SWANZEY, N.H. — Though they remain winless as a team, the Cardinals picked up a victory in doubles and saw some season bests in singles play.

Pantita Tansrisuwan and Kamdyn Aldrich won second doubles, 8-2, for Stevens. Izabela Eitapence lost, 8-6, at second singles, Morgan Tremblay was defeated, 8-5, at fifth singles and Kamdyn Aldrich lost, 8-3, at third singles in the Cards’ closest encounters.

Stevens (0-9) welcomes Kearsarge on Monday.

Bellows Falls 6, Hartford 1

WHITE RIVER JUNCTION — The Hurricanes dropped to 0-6 and will travel to Bellows Falls on Saturday.




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