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September 28th

Urie Strikes in Overtime as Lady Rangers Earn 7th Win

September 28, 2014

ORLEANS–A bright and beautiful Saturday morning that found the Northeast Kingdom awash in a sea of changing leaves served as the backdrop for a Division II-Division III soccer showdown between the Lake Region Lady Rangers and BFA Fairfax Bullets.
BFA would strike first, but a late surge by the Lady Rangers would see the blue and white tie the game in the final ten minutes of regulation and eventually win the contest in overtime, as Brooke Morley set up Tyrah Urie for the deciding goal in the extra session.

Lady Chargers Fall, Falcon Girls Tie, More in Weekend Round-up

September 28, 2014

GIRLS SOCCER
Burke 3, Craftsbury 0
EAST BURKE–The Craftsbury girls soccer team was in action against the Burke Burkies on Saturday.
The Lady Chargers knew from the opening kickoff that this was going to be a very fast paced match. In the opening minutes, both Craftsbury players and fans were taken aback by a bullet of a shot that rattled off the near post off the foot of a Burke striker. Despite being targeted for 13 shots in the first half, Charger goalkeeper Paige Coolbeth kept her cool and defended her net, allowing the team to be knotted in a 0-0 draw at halftime.

Charger Boys Run into to Hard-Playing Burkies, Fall 2-1

September 28, 2014

BURKE–After the first game of the girls/boys Alumni Day soccer doubleheader, fans, parents and alumni alike once again gathered on top of the hill to witness the Craftsbury Charger and the Burke Burkie boys do battle.
It would be a low scoring affair, as each team netted a goal in regulation, but in the extra session it would be the Burkies coming out on top, as they picked up the 2-1 victory.
For the full story see the Express on 9-29-14.

September 26th

BFA tops Lake Region in Quite the Physical Contest

September 26, 2014

ORLEANS- In a bruising contest that saw both coaches get yellow cards, the Bullets defeated the Lake Region Rangers 3-1.
BFA went up two to nothing in the first half before Austin Roberge cut the deficit by one with a goal in the second.
But despite a ton of pressure and a lot of chances, the Rangers could not find the equalizer.
BFA would add another one late, as they picked up the win.
We will have the full story in the Express on 9-29-14.

September 25th

NCU Field Hockey Hopes to Resume Play This Saturday

September 25, 2014

NEWPORT–If it seems like the North Country field hockey team has been strangely absent from these pages you would not be the only one.
It has been a long time since the Falcons have last played a game, and when they finally resume their schedule this Saturday against Spaulding it will be exactly two weeks to the day since their last game on September 13th when they defeated the Montpelier Solons 2-0 to get to 4-0 on the season.
What could be the reason for this?
Well technically it is a two-part answer
Did the Hand, Foot and Mouth disease play a roll in this situation?

September 24th

Four Different Players Score as Lady Rangers Best Danville

September 24, 2014

ORLEANS–On Wednesday afternoon it was the Lake Region girls soccer team's turn to square off against Danville, just one day after the boys had won convincingly over the Indians.
The score would not be as high, but the result was the same, as Lake Region shut out Danville to earn their sixth win of the year.

September 23rd

Rangers Score Four Goals in Each Half to Top Indians 8-0

September 23, 2014

ORLEANS–The Lake Region boys soccer team was in action on Tuesday afternoon, hosting the Danville Indians.
After a slow start the Ranger offense started to click and the team went on to score four goals in each half to come away with the 8-0 victory.
"The score is what is," said LR coach Tom Evans. "Danville is a young team and I thought they had some players that had some nice feet and did well with the ball. They did some good stuff, but they were just out-manned today. Hats off to them and we'll move on to Fairfax."
For the full story, see the Express on 9-24-14.

September 22nd

Wildcats Score Four in the Second, Defeat Lady Crusaders

September 22, 2014

NEWPORT–The UCA Lady Crusaders were in action on a chilly afternoon at Gardner Park, squaring off against the Concord Wildcats in Division IV high school soccer action.
It was another hard fought game for UCA, but Concord was the better team on this date, coming away with a 6-1 win to improve to 3-4 on the year.

Falcon Girls Take 3rd, Boys 4th at U-32 Invitational

September 22, 2014

EAST MONTPELIER-There were 4 races run on Saturday at the U-32 Invitational – girls JV, boys JV, girls varsity & boys varsity – all of them raced a 5K on the same course.
The Girls’ JV race went off 1st and leading the way for the Lady Falcons was Jillian Fortunati in 11th overall (26:03) followed by Emma Decelles (26:07 – 13th). Next in were Gabby Fort (16th – 26:33) and Delaney Smith (17th – 26:37) with Desiree Bowen rounding out the scoring (31st – 29:13) to lead the JV girls off to a team 3rd place showing.
To find out how the rest of the races went, see the Express on 9-23-14.

September 21st

Craftsbury Scores Early and Often, Wins Big Over UCA

September 21, 2014

CRAFTSBURY–The Craftsbury Academy Lady Chargers brought the offense early and often and they defeated the UCA Lady Crusaders 9-0 on a windy Saturday afternoon.
"I think in a game like this it good to see players taking on different roles," said first year Craftsbury coach Casey McGill. "Our leaders can talk, communicate and get the younger players involved and playing."

 

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