Local roundup: Hartford softball routs Mt. Mansfield

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Published: 05-27-2024 5:30 PM

Softball

Hartford 13, Mount Mansfield 0

Highlights: Miranda Rogers had another strong appearance at the plate, grabbing two strikeouts. The girls were strong in the box and clean in the field tonight, making some great plays to hold Mount Mansfield on the bases.

Records: Hartford 10-2; Mount Mansfield 0-13

Oxbow 13, Spaulding 1

Key players: Oxbow — Anastase Bourgeois, Hadlee Allen, Noemi Rosa, Mazie Bourgeois

Highlights: Anastase Bourgeois recorded nine strikeouts. Allen and Rosa both homered. Mazie and Anastase Bourgeois each had two hits on the day.

Coach’s quote: “We had solid hits today and ran the bases well. The girls came ready and focused. Very proud of them today.” — Oxbow’s Chuck Simmons

Records: Oxbow 13-0; Spaulding 4-8

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Lebanon 7, Oyster River 2

Key players: Lebanon High School — Augie Church-Cole

Highlights: Augie Church-Cole clinched the match today in singles to give the Raiders a fifth straight year with a win in the NHIAA Division II quarterfinals.

Coach’s quote: “So Proud of these boys. We are undefeated and holding strong. We played today missing our No. 4 singles player, Lucas Graham. We head into the semis on Tuesday at Colby Sawyer Courts.” — Tammy and Chad Arado

Records: Lebanon 15-0; Oysgter River 7-9

Burr & Burton 4, Hartford 3

Key players: Hartford — singles No. 4 Arlo Philip, doubles No. 1 Ben Ray and Joe Pierson

Highlights: It was senior day for Hartford High School. We recognized the seniors, Ben Ray and Joe Pierson. Both played hard and fought back to win their match in a thrilling three-set victory. Also, Arlo Philip, No. 4 singles, played a dominant match and earned a win.

Records: Hartford 3-6; Burr & Burton 7-3

Girls Lacrosse

Hartford 10, Brattleboro 2

Key players: Hartford — Audrey Rupp: 3 goals, 2 assists; Madi Barwood: 1 goal; Nella Bowen: 2 goals; Izzy Sirois: 1 goal; Hailey Vanesse: 2 goals; Braelyn Park: 1 goal; Dakin Kovatch: 3 saves; Zoe Zanleoni: 3 saves

Coach’s quote: “So proud of this team. We got into foul trouble again, and the team rallied together to settle in and play good, smart lacrosse. This was a total team effort with solid midfield/defensive play by Hailey Vanesse and Izzy Sirois.” — Hartford’s Heather Hartford

Records: Hartford 13-0; Brattleboro 4-9

Boys Lacrosse

Windham 14, Hanover 3

Highlights: Bears wrapped up the regular season with a tough loss against a strong Windham team, ranked No. 3 in the state, despite competing full throttle to the last whistle.

Coach’s quote: “We are excited about the growth we’ve seen in the regular season and can’t wait to get dive into playoffs with a fresh start next week.” — Hanover’s Sean Murphy

Records: Windham 14-3; Hanover 5-9

Baseball

Harwood 7, Thetford 6

Key players: Thetford — Sam Parkman, Owen Goodrich

Highlights: Owen Goodrich: 3-for-4, 2 runs, RBI, triple; Sam Parkman: 5 IP, 1 R, 0 ER, 2 K, 1BB

Hartford 7
White River Valley 3

Key players: White River Valley — Wyatt Cadwell, Joey Ferris, Ty Couture, Finn Bailey

Highlights: Wyatt Cadwell threw seven strong innings for White River Valley, giving up seven hits and striking out six. Joey Ferris was 1-for-3, Ty Couture was 1-for-2 with an RBI, Zander Clark had an RBI and Finn Bailey was 1-for-3 for the Wildcats

Coach’s quote: “The guys gave it their all for seven innings tonight.” — WRV’s Devin Cilley

Records: White River Valley 8-5; Hartford 10-4