Wells, Santorelli playing college field hockey

BRATTLEBORO — Bellows Falls graduate Sarah Wells has started all three games this season and has one goal for the Castleton University field hockey team.

The forward from Bellows Falls now has 17 goals and 10 assists in her college career. She has taken 139 total shots, including seven this season.

The 1-2 Spartans will welcome Mount Holyoke on Saturday at noon.

Cassidy Santorelli, who was a teammate of Wells at BF, has played 93 minutes for the Fairleigh Dickinson stickers this year. Her lone shot came during a 3-1 victory over Moravian on Thursday.

The junior played in a dozen games last season, scoring her lone goal against Ramapo. She made the MAC honor roll as a freshman.

The 3-0 Devils will play at Gwynedd Mercy University on Saturday at 3 p.m.

Wells and Santorelli played for head coach Bethany Coursen during their high school careers. Among their classmates on the BF field hockey team were McKenzie Brandon, Molly Dufault, Anna Clark, Morgan Finnell and Quinn Lawrence. In four years of varsity action, their teams put together an impressive regular-season record of 41-10-4. They also went 4-4 in the playoffs, including a 2-1 finals loss to Stowe in 2013.

Men's Soccer

NORWICH — Colin Lozito, who graduated from Twin Valley, has five goals and 13 assists during his career at Norwich University.

The senior midfielder had one assist in his team's 2-0 victory over Southern Vermont on Sept. 1. The 1-2 Cadets will host Rivier on Saturday at 7:30 p.m.

The Sports Medicine major was a three-time All State selection in soccer while at Twin Valley. He also reached the 1,000-point milestone for the Wildcats on the court.

Women's Volleyball

JOHNSON — Vernon's Hanna Buedinger has three digs and 16 assists for 0-2 Johnson State.

The Pioneer Valley Regional School grad had six assists versus Mass Maritime and 10 more against Bay Path. Her career-high two digs came in the second of those matches.

The Badgers will take on Dean and Gallaudet on Saturday in Northampton, Mass., at 11 a.m. and 1 p.m. respectively.


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