Ryan Hayward chipped in with an 11-yard TD run and quarterback Ben Hewitt scampered for a 19-yard score to give the visiting Terriers a commanding 28-0 halftime lead, and they never looked back. In the second half Corey Sprague and Bruce Wells added short touchdown runs, while Cooper Long ended the days scoring with a 17 yard run.
Things didn't fare an better who dropped their second in a row last Friday night after winning their opener. In East Montpelier, Dacota Carrier and Elias LaCount scored two touchdowns apiece to lead te Union-32 Rebels to a 40-18 win over the visiting Otters. LaCount led all rushers with 198 yards. Jesse Burke returned a interception and Logan Farrell scored on a quarterback sneak to round out the Raiders scoring. Union-32 remained perfect at 3-0 with the win.
Pinkham Lifts Otters Over Wasps in OT
In Brandon, Kristy Pinkham scored with 5:52 left in overtime to lift Otter Valley to a 1-0 victory over the Woodstock wasps in high school field hockey action last Friday. The game winner came on a perfectly executed corner play. Shayna McDonough entered the ball and Emily Waldrip made the stop to set Pinkham up for the game winning shot
Woodstock goalie Grace Amato had six saves while the Otters Chelsea Robbins stopped seven shots to preserve the win and earn the shutout. Otter Valley improved to 4-1-1 with the exciting win.
Commodores Blank Eagles 2-0
In Vergennes last Saturday, Natalie McClay scored a pair of goals to lead her Commodores to a 2-0 win over their Addison County Rivals, the Mount Abraham Eagles in girl's high school soccer action.. Kim Pratt contributed an assist to the win while Commodore goalie Christina Stinchfield needed to make just three saves to preserve the shutout. Vergennes improved to 3-11 with the win.