Roundup: Wahconah girls soccer picks up season's first win at Brattleboro

Posted

BENNINGTON, Vt. — The Wahconah girls soccer team went back to Vermont for the consolation game of the Lady Patriot Classic on Saturday, and returned home with a comfortable 7-0 win over Brattleboro.

Jilly Cote, Hannah Bowlby and Noelle Furlong each scored twice in the win, while a deflection led to an own goal for the other tally.

Incidentally, all three players scored their braces consecutively. Cote opened the scoring, Bowlby put the team up 3-0 and then 4-0 in the first half, then after the own goal, Furlong scored on either side of halftime. Cote also had two assists, setting up Bowlby for both of her goals.

For more on the game, see Monday's edition of The Eagle.

———

Brattleboro     0     0     —     0

Wahconah     6     1     —     7

First Half

W — Jilly Cote (unassisted), 34:54. W — Cote (Chloe Accardi), 26:43. W — Hannah Bowlby (Cote), 23:31. W — Bowlby (Cote), 17:28. W — Own Goal, 10:21. W — Noelle Furlong (Morgan Marauszwski), 5:40.

Second Half

W — Furlong (Bowlby), 28:56.

College Soccer

Williams women 2, Tufts 1

WILLIAMSTOWN — With a 76th-minute goal from Georgia Lord, the Williams women stayed unbeaten through three games in 2019.

Lord finished a feed from Aspen Pierson not two minutes after Tufts had knotted the game up at 1-1. Williams (3-0-0, 3-0-0 NESCAC) got eight saves from Whitney Lincoln, who picked up her second victory in net. Rain Condie scored for the Ephs in the 47th minute, breaking a scoreless tie.

Tufts 3, Williams men 2

WILLIAMSTOWN — Williams let a 2-1 lead slip away over the final 25 minutes of action at home.

Tufts scored two unanswered goals in the 66th and 77th minute to take home a victory.

The Ephs (0-1-1, 1-1-0 NESCAC) scored a pair of goals in a five-minute span of the first half to take a lead into the break. Demian Gass was assisted by Rick Usami, before Jak Saudek scored on a Nick Ranieri feed in the 41st minute to take the 2-1 advantage. Travis Van Brewer got the game-winner by Williams keeper Teddy Rader (one save) at 76:56.

Western Conn. State 4, MCLA men 2

NORTH ADAMS — MCLA's winless start to the season continued with a loss to the Colonials.

Matt Restrepo had two goals in the win, as Western Connecticut improved to 3-1 on the year. MCLA is 0-3.

Rafael Castro scored his first collegiate goal in the loss, and Christian Boada capped the scoring for both sides with 17 minutes to play.

Sam Edge made four saves in the defeat.

College Volleyball

MCLA sweeps doubleheader

NORTHFIELD, Vt. — MCLA dominated in a trip up north on Saturday, sweeping both Norwich and Dean with a pair of 3-0 victories.

The wins got the Trailblazers back to .500 on the season at 3-3.

MCLA opened the weekend with a 26-22, 26-24, 25-15 win over Norwich. Reagan Scattergood and Kelly Moczulski were immense picking up 10 kills each and combining to register nine service aces. Natasha Stewart held down the defense with 13 digs.

Against Dean, MCLA left no doubt taking sets of 25-12, 25-14 and 25-12. Moczulski led the way with another nine kills, while Scattergood and Laiken Cornwell-L'Hote racked up seven each. Cornwell-L'Hote added three aces. Tessa Sestito collected 52 assists between the two wins.

Wahconah     6     1     —     7

First Half

W — Jilly Cote (unassisted), 34:54. W — Cote (Chloe Accardi), 26:43. W — Hannah Bowlby (Cote), 23:31. W — Bowlby (Cote), 17:28. W — Own Goal, 10:21. W — Noelle Furlong (Morgan Marauszwski), 5:40.

Second Half

W — Furlong (Bowlby), 28:56.

College Soccer

Williams women 2, Tufts 1

WILLIAMSTOWN — With a 76th-minute goal from Georgia Lord, the Williams women stayed unbeaten through three games in 2019.

Lord finished a feed from Aspen Pierson not two minutes after Tufts had knotted the game up at 1-1. Williams (3-0-0, 3-0-0 NESCAC) got eight saves from Whitney Lincoln, who picked up her second victory in net. Rain Condie scored for the Ephs in the 47th minute, breaking a scoreless tie.

Tufts 3, Williams men 2

WILLIAMSTOWN — Williams let a 2-1 lead slip away over the final 25 minutes of action at home.

Tufts scored two unanswered goals in the 66th and 77th minute to take home a victory.

The Ephs (0-1-1, 1-1-0 NESCAC) scored a pair of goals in a five-minute span of the first half to take a lead into the break. Demian Gass was assisted by Rick Usami, before Jak Saudek scored on a Nick Ranieri feed in the 41st minute to take the 2-1 advantage. Travis Van Brewer got the game-winner by Williams keeper Teddy Rader (one save) at 76:56.

Western Conn. State 4, MCLA men 2

NORTH ADAMS — MCLA's winless start to the season continued with a loss to the Colonials.

Matt Restrepo had two goals in the win, as Western Connecticut improved to 3-1 on the year. MCLA is 0-3.

Rafael Castro scored his first collegiate goal in the loss, and Christian Boada capped the scoring for both sides with 17 minutes to play.

Sam Edge made four saves in the defeat.

College Volleyball

MCLA sweeps doubleheader

NORTHFIELD, Vt. — MCLA dominated in a trip up north on Saturday, sweeping both Norwich and Dean with a pair of 3-0 victories.

The wins got the Trailblazers back to .500 on the season at 3-3.

MCLA opened the weekend with a 26-22, 26-24, 25-15 win over Norwich. Reagan Scattergood and Kelly Moczulski were immense picking up 10 kills each and combining to register nine service aces. Natasha Stewart held down the defense with 13 digs.

Against Dean, MCLA left no doubt taking sets of 25-12, 25-14 and 25-12. Moczulski led the way with another nine kills, while Scattergood and Laiken Cornwell-L'Hote racked up seven each. Cornwell-L'Hote added three aces. Tessa Sestito collected 52 assists between the two wins.

First Half

W — Jilly Cote (unassisted), 34:54. W — Cote (Chloe Accardi), 26:43. W — Hannah Bowlby (Cote), 23:31. W — Bowlby (Cote), 17:28. W — Own Goal, 10:21. W — Noelle Furlong (Morgan Marauszwski), 5:40.

Second Half

W — Furlong (Bowlby), 28:56.

College Soccer

Williams women 2, Tufts 1

WILLIAMSTOWN — With a 76th-minute goal from Georgia Lord, the Williams women stayed unbeaten through three games in 2019.

Lord finished a feed from Aspen Pierson not two minutes after Tufts had knotted the game up at 1-1. Williams (3-0-0, 3-0-0 NESCAC) got eight saves from Whitney Lincoln, who picked up her second victory in net. Rain Condie scored for the Ephs in the 47th minute, breaking a scoreless tie.

Article Continues After These Ads

Tufts 3, Williams men 2

WILLIAMSTOWN — Williams let a 2-1 lead slip away over the final 25 minutes of action at home.

Tufts scored two unanswered goals in the 66th and 77th minute to take home a victory.

The Ephs (0-1-1, 1-1-0 NESCAC) scored a pair of goals in a five-minute span of the first half to take a lead into the break. Demian Gass was assisted by Rick Usami, before Jak Saudek scored on a Nick Ranieri feed in the 41st minute to take the 2-1 advantage. Travis Van Brewer got the game-winner by Williams keeper Teddy Rader (one save) at 76:56.

Western Conn. State 4, MCLA men 2

NORTH ADAMS — MCLA's winless start to the season continued with a loss to the Colonials.

Matt Restrepo had two goals in the win, as Western Connecticut improved to 3-1 on the year. MCLA is 0-3.

Rafael Castro scored his first collegiate goal in the loss, and Christian Boada capped the scoring for both sides with 17 minutes to play.

Sam Edge made four saves in the defeat.

College Volleyball

MCLA sweeps doubleheader

NORTHFIELD, Vt. — MCLA dominated in a trip up north on Saturday, sweeping both Norwich and Dean with a pair of 3-0 victories.

The wins got the Trailblazers back to .500 on the season at 3-3.

MCLA opened the weekend with a 26-22, 26-24, 25-15 win over Norwich. Reagan Scattergood and Kelly Moczulski were immense picking up 10 kills each and combining to register nine service aces. Natasha Stewart held down the defense with 13 digs.

Against Dean, MCLA left no doubt taking sets of 25-12, 25-14 and 25-12. Moczulski led the way with another nine kills, while Scattergood and Laiken Cornwell-L'Hote racked up seven each. Cornwell-L'Hote added three aces. Tessa Sestito collected 52 assists between the two wins.


TALK TO US

If you'd like to leave a comment (or a tip or a question) about this story with the editors, please email us. We also welcome letters to the editor for publication; you can do that by filling out our letters form and submitting it to the newsroom.



Powered by Creative Circle Media Solutions