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MANCHESTER — Burr and Burton field hockey defeated Woodstock 2-1 on Tuesday.

Woodstock started the scoring when Norah Harper scored off a pass from Sophia Yates and Natalie Parent with a little over eight minutes left in the first quarter.

BBA’s Maggie Crabtree scored on an assist from Annabelle Gray on a penalty corner two minutes later.

Gray scored early in the third quarter off a cross from Perrin Marion to give the Bulldogs the lead.

Mac Thuermer had two saves for BBA, Woodstock’s Audrey Every saved seven shots.

BBA dominated a large portion of the game, (eight penalty corners to Woodstock’s three), but Woodstock definitely had some good chances as well. Lauren Barrows at center back and Katie Crabtree at sweeper kept the Woodstock attack from amounting to much. As evidenced by the scoring, Gray was instrumental in making things happen in the offensive end, as was Perrin Marion.

BBA’s record is now 7-5-1. They play again at noon on Saturday at Bellows Falls.

BBA falls to Rutland on senior night

MANCHESTER — Burr and Burton fell 2-0 to Rutland on Thursday night at Applejack Stadium.

Maci Celentano and Bethany Solari each scored in the second half, giving the Ravens the win.

Abby Kopeck had a great game protecting the net for the Bulldogs with 20 saves.

BBA (6-5-2) finishes its season on the road Thursday against Brattleboro at 6 p.m.

Patriots goalie scores in win

BRATTLEBORO — Mount Anthony girls soccer defeated Brattleboro 2-0 behind two scores from Roey Rella-Neill.

The Patriots had a hefty advantage in shots, 21-6. Rella-Neill put her first score into the back of the net 40 seconds into the game off an assist from Elyse Altland. The duo connected again with six minutes left to play to ice the win.

The back four were standouts in the MAU win, highlighted by Meghan Barilone’s play. Tiffany Carey was named player of the game by MAU coach Aaron Wood.

“She was all over the field and completely dominated the middle of the pitch,” Wood said.

Lexi Gerow earned the shutout protecting the net for MAU. The senior tallied four saves in the winning effort.

The Patriots (6-6-1) conclude their regular season with senior night Wednesday at 6 p.m. when they host Rutland.

Hoosick sticks continue strong play

Four second half scores powered Hoosick Falls field hockey to a 4-0 win over Greenwich on Thursday.

Emma McCart and Tatum Hickey each scored twice for the Panthers in the win.

Hoosick Falls did not allow a single shot in the win. Greenwich goalie Madalynn Curley had 12 saves.

The Panthers improve to 14-1 overall.

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