The Vergennes boys were in action last Saturday at home, and like the ladies they treated their hometown fans to a shutout win. Charlie Glassberg scored twice to lead the Commodores to a 4 - 0 win over the visiting Missisquoi Thunderbird. Corey Haight and Joey Guyette scored the other two goals, while Jackson Alexander and Chuck Stinchfield contributed assists to the win. Commodore goalie Joe Chugg made four saves to earn the shutout win.
Hockey: With just over six minutes left to play last Saturday in the field hockey game between the Middlebury Tigers and the Union-32 Raiders the two teams were deadlocked at 0 - 0. But then Kelsey Weidman took a feed from Shelby Laframboise and pushed it past Raider goalie Sora Harris-Vincent (ten saves) and into the cage to give Middlebury a big 1 - 0 win. Laura Barber earned the shutout for the Tigers by making six crucial saves.
College: Middlebury College mens soccer player Baer Fisher, from Kenilworth, IL, has been named the NESCAC Player of the Week. Fisher scored two goals and added two assists to help the Panthers put together a perfect 2-0 week. Fisher netted a goal and an assist in both of Middleburys win, a 5-0 win on Tuesday over Colby-Sawyer and a 3-1 victory over Colby.
NESCAC: ERIK Woodring (Cos Cob, CT) has been named the NESCAC Defensive Player of the Week. The senior linebacker was a major contributor to a defensive unit that shut out Colby College this past Saturday 41 - 0. Woodring had a team leading fifteen tackles, six of them unassisted and a sack in the huge Panther win.