Archive - Oct 1, 2011
THETFORDâ€“North Country XC ran a cold, muddy, & wet race at Woods Trail in Thetford, VT on Saturday.
The girls had a strong performance finishing 9th overall (6th VT team) led by Senior Captain Steph Watson. Steph finished in 15th place (22:08) out of a field of runners from all over New England on a slow course smeared with mud.
NEWPORTâ€“What a difference a couple of games can make.
When UCA first took on Trinity Baptist, they got walloped by the score of 10-0.
This time it was a complete turn around and the Crusaders barely lost by the score of 1-0 to the Kings.
"I think part of it is being on our fifth game instead of our first," said Coach DeLaBruere, "The first game we came out we played a little scared. We were reacting to the ball instead of playing our game. This game we came out ready to play."
NEWPORTâ€“After being shut-out in back to back games, the North Country girls soccer team came out with guns blazing as they triumphed over Thetford 5-0.
"It was nice to score some goals," said Coach Alexander.
The Falcons got the ball rolling when Cara Worth jumped on a short goal kick by Thetford's Sydney Coulter and found the back of the net fourteen minutes and thirty seconds into the contest.
Noelle Pinard was next on the score sheet when she beat Coulter with a low shot that just barely got under the keeper with 17:38 left to play in the half.
HARDWICK â€“ The Lady Rangers traveled to Hazen Union, Saturday morning, to face-off against the Lady Wildcats, in a wet and sloppy soccer match. Lake Region got down early as Hazen would score just over 1 minute into the contest. Tyrah Urie would knot the game at 1-1 with a successful Penalty Kick at the 18 minute mark, but it would be short-lived as Hazen would go on to add a 2nd goal with 11 minutes remaining in the half to take a 2-1 lead.
WELLS RIVERâ€“The Lady Chargers soccer team picked up a big 3-2 victory over Blue Mountain High School Friday night.
Craftsbury got their 1st goal of the game thanks to Emily Jones, assisted by Meghan Brown. Brown would add the 2nd goal of the game, converting a pass from Melanie Sergiev.
Late in the contest Sergiev would score a goal of her own, giving Craftsbury a 3-2 lead and sealing the win. Emma Spiese stopped 9 saves in the winning effort.