BUHS girls break 4x100 school record
The Brattleboro girls set a new school record in the 4x100 relay. Dory Abdallah, Maggie Lonardo, Kharisma Boyd and Danielle Wood teamed up for a blistering time of 51.95 seconds.
Danielle Wood and Kharisma Boyd each won a couple of individual events for the BUHS girls. Wood took the 200 in 27.2 and the 100 hurdles in 17.18, while Boyd won the long jump (15-1.5) and the triple jump (31-11.5).
Also for the Colonel girls, Athenais Ly won the pole vault (6-6), Olivia Ortleib won the high jump (4-10), Kai Boyd won the javelin (117-9), Gabrielle Carpenter won the discus (85-11.5), Asia Desmairis won the shot put (28-8.5), Dory Abdallah won the 300 hurdles (50.33), and Maggie Lonardo won the 100 (12.65).
Delaney Bullock, of the Putney School, prevailed in the 800 (2:29.66), 1500 (5:03.57) and the 3000 (11:20.22).
Jasper Reed struck gold in the 200 (23.66), long jump (20-6) and the triple jump (39-2) to pace the Brattleboro boys. Evan Koch finished first in the 110 hurdles (16.36) and the 300 hurdles (44.01).
Other victors for the purple and white were: Ben Brady in the 400 (54.53), Isaac Freitas-Eagan in the 3000 (9:59.84), the 4x400 relay team (3:47.18), the 4x800 relay team (11:03), Isiah Gilbeau in the discus (111-0.5), and Orion Stone in the pole vault (10-0).
The Twin Valley boys placed fifth with 25 points and the TV girls took seventh with six points. Logan Park finished fourth in the 100, high jump and triple jump to lead the Wildcats. Caitlin Hunt wound up fourth in the triple jump for the Lady Cats.
BRATTLEBORO — In the continuation of a rained-out game, Brattleboro outscored Springfield 13-5.
Jocelyn Aither, who walked seven and struck out seven, threw a one-hitter to pick up the victory. Hailey Derosia allowed just one hit in relief.
Rachael Rooney and Aither each finished with two hits. Lauren McKenney, Jamie Mahoney and Aither all drove in a pair of runs.
The 7-3 Colonels will host Wahconah on Saturday at 1 p.m.
POULTNEY — Twin Valley erupted for 17 runs in the second inning and demolished host Poultney, 26-0.
"We did a great job putting the ball in play and staying aggressive at the plate," stated Wildcats coach Brian Monroe.
James McGovern powered the TV offense with four hits, 5 RBI and three runs scored. Tyson Longe went 2-for-3 and drove in two runs.
Ethan Fox, Jordan Warner and Longe split the pitching duties for the winners.
TOWNSHEND — Elkanah Linder, who just finished her sophomore year at the University of the Sciences in Philadelphia, is a Pharmacy major and has a 3.86 Grade Point Average. She went 16-5 in her singles tennis matches for the Division 2 school and 12-8 in doubles play. Linder was also named to the Intercollegiate Tennis Association's All-academic team.
Little League (By Scott Smyth)
BRATTLEBORO — Sam Hall threw a one-hit shutout and struck out 14 as the Giants blanked the Red Sox 10-0. He also went 3-for-3 at the plate with his league-leading seventh home run and three RBI. He fell a triple shy of hitting for the cycle and vaulted the Giants into a tie for first place with the Reds. Alex Baker added a pair of RBIs and runs scored. Matthew Gordon-Macey hit an RBI single in the fifth as well. After a brief start by Brock Longe, Red Sox reliever Harper Cutler threw four clutch innings out of the bullpen and struck out six while allowing just three runs. Sam Henry broke up Hall's no-hitter in the fourth inning with a double. Henry and Will Hill excelled defensively.
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