Posted: 09/29/2022 21:45:28
Modified: 09/29/2022 21:45:32
WOODSTOCK — The Woodstock High field hockey team keeps rolling.
Junior Hannah Gubbins had two goals and an assist and senior Lily Gubbins added a goal and an assist as Wasps shut out rival Windsor 3-0 on Thursday at Yvonne Fratesw Field. With the victory, Wasps improved to 7-0-0, having beaten their opponents to date, 37-0.
Senior Fleur Smeyers had an assist for Woodstock and keeper Audrey Emery made four saves in goal. Windsor junior Sydney Perry kept the Jacks in the competition by stopping 18 shots.
Windsor (3-6-0) is out until a home game against Fair Haven on Oct. 12, while Woodstock hosts Hartford, which is undefeated heading into Friday’s game against Burr and Burton on Wednesday.
WEST CANAAN — Mascoma second-year gunner Gunner Currier led the Royals to a solid win over Hinsdale, 16-47.
Currier finished the 5k course in 18 minutes and 13 seconds and senior teammate Jack Buffington arrived at 7:39 p.m.
The Royals travel to John Stark on Tuesday.
SOUTH ROYALTON — Junior Finn Bailey had a hat trick and junior Tattin Griffin added two goals to lead the Wildcats over the Terriers.
Second Brayden Russ (one goal, three assists), senior Robby McShinsky (one goal and one assist) and rookie Kelan Tlumacki (goal) also contributed. Freshman Jacob Benoit and Dieter Sieling each had an assist, and junior goaltender Cory Darling-Salls made four saves.
“We’ve had contributions from everyone on the team, which we appreciate,” Wildcats coach Alex Montano said.
White River (2-3-1) plays Saturday in Rivendell.
FAIRFAX, Vt. – The Olympians slipped to 2-6-0 with Tuesday’s loss to the Bullets. Oxbow will then travel to Danville on October 8.
WEST CANAAN — The Royals picked up their second win of the year “thanks to a very strong performance from our starters and great teamwork from the entire team,” coach Eric Ramage said.
Mascoma (2-3) is at home against Raymond on Saturday.
TILTON, NH — The visiting Bears lost a close game (30-32, 25-23, 25-8, 26-24) that saw three of four sets won by two runs, two of which required extra runs. Hannover won the first set but lost the next three.
Hannover (5-3) is at ConVal on Friday.
GRANTHAM — For the second day in a row, and this time at their local Eastman Golf Links course, the Raiders (23-4) finished one stroke behind Souhegan in a four-team event, with Coe-Brown finishing third and Stevens fourth.
Lebanese seniors Roy Shapard and Dawson Bates tied for second best individually, shooting a 39 for nine holes and earning 24 points each. Senior Alex Blish handed in a 43 and senior Sam Bates a 45 to explain the Raiders’ score.
For the Cardinals (6-18), sophomore Aubree Herzog led the way with a 48.
“We got what I expected,” said Lebanon coach Matt Dancosse. “I wouldn’t feel any different today if we won by one or lost by one, because I know (Souhegan) is a good team. Every shot counts. »
On Wednesday, Souhegan edged Lebanon by one point at Laconia Country Club. Despite the loss, the Raiders will be one of three seeds in the eight-team NHIAA Division III State Tag Tournament on Oct. 11 at Windham Country Club.
Team scores: Souhegan 87, Lebanon 86, Coe-Brown 79, Stevens 44.