Colin Foefle scored five goals and provided two assists in Middlebury last Saturday to lead his Tigers to a 13-11 win over the Bellows Falls Terriers in boys high school lacrosse action. Asa Sargent blasted in four more goals and Colin Martin contributed a pair of goals and assists for Middlebury.
Rounding out the scoring for the victorious Tigers, who improved to 3-1 with the win, were Cooper Quenneville and Justin Combs with single goals. Though he didn't score Devlin Rutherford played a huge part in the Tigers offense with four assists. Middlebury goalie Ross Lengyel made 18 saves to preserve the two goal win.
The Terriers were led in defeat by Kris Sabourin with four goals and an assist. Colt Smelstor and Chris Gratton scored twice each while Nohea King, Jeff Lawler and Ryan Gaudette added single goals for Bellows Falls.
The Vergennes Commodores were in action at home the same afternoon, and like the Tigers emerged victorious. Joe Russett scored four goals to lead the Commodores to a 12-7 win over the visiting Randolph Ghosts. Gary Grant, Tim Glassberg, Morgan Stinchfield and Silas Larson knocked in two goals apiece, with Larson also supplying an assist for Vergennes. Bobby Worley rounded out Vergennes scoring with a single, while their goalie Seth Stone got his first career varsity win with an 18 save performance. Alex Green recorded five goals and Matt Simpson supplied the remaining two for Randolph, while their goalie Morgan Angell finished with eight saves. Vergennes improved to 1-1 with the win.
Commodores Down Eagles
The Vergennes Commodores put together a six run sixth inning to knock off the Mount Abraham Eagles 9-4 in a clash of Addison County rivals last Saturday at Bristol in high school baseball action. Cam Cutler, who led the Commodores offense with three hits, smashed a grand slam in that six run sixth. J.C. Dugan and Hans Westenfeld had good games at the plate for Vergennes, each slapping out a pair of hits. Adam Flynn started for Vergennes but gave way to Cutler, who picked up the win by pitching three innings of hitless ball. The Commodores improved to 2-1 with the win.