LYNDONVILLE – Hazen Union’s Andrew Menard got in on the scoring during a third quarter eruption to help lead the Lyndon Institute boys’ Hockey team to a win against Northfield over the weekend.
The junior defenseman scored one of the Vikings five third period goals, coming back from a 3-1 deficit to down the Marauders 6-3 at Fenton Chester Arena. It was the fourth victory in five games for Lyndon, who improved to 6-8-2 and moved up to ninth in the Division II standings.
The Vikings hit the road this week, traveling to Brattleboro on Monday, Woodstock on Wednesday, and wrapping up a busy week at Stowe on Saturday afternoon.
Hall Helps Hilltoppers Claim Second Place Honors
ST JOHNSBURY – Hazen Union’s Lydia Hall and the St. Johnsbury Academy (SJA) gymnastics’ team claimed runner-up honors behind Burr Burton over the weekend in the all-around team competition.
Hall was runner-up overall in the individual competition, placing third in the beam and floor exercise and fifth in the vault and bars. Freshman teammate Lydia Ruggles claimed another first-place finish in the individual, remaining undefeated in varsity competition.
Hall and the Hilltoppers will travel to Essex this weekend to compete in the High School Gymnastics State Meet.
Lady Trojans Struggle with Injuries
MARSHFIELD – A depleted Twinfield-Cabot girls’ basketball team fell to Proctor, forfeited to Richford, and struggled offensively against Danville last week, dropping them to 3-13 on the season.
Isabel Greb poured in a game-high 26 points to lead Proctor to a 41-26 road win over the Lady Trojans last Monday. Cadence Goodwin added 11 points and 16 rebounds in the win for the Lady Phantoms as they improved to 6-10 on the season.
Laci Potter led all scorers with 15 points to power Danville to a 33-10 home win over Twinfield-Cabot on Thursday. Kendall Hale, Lauren Joncas, and Lynsey Lavely combined for 15 more to help fuel a 22-3 first half run to put the game out of reach. After a slow start to the season, Danville has won five in a row, moving up to eighth in the current Division IV standings. The Lady Trojans have lost eight straight, including three to forfeit since losing four of their five starters to season ending injuries.
Twinfield-Cabot is scheduled to travel to Winooski on Tuesday before wrapping up the regular season at home against Williamstown on Thursday.
Another Runner-up Finish for Charger Bowlers
RANDOLPH – The Craftsbury Academy (CA) bowling team claimed their fourth runner-up finish of the season last week as Randolph hosted the Chargers, Windsor, and Hartford at the Valley Bowl.
CA came out firing, qualifying first overall as a team and steamrolled into the Baker round with a lot of momentum. The Chargers bested Randolph in the opening round, exacting some revenge on a loss to the Galloping Ghosts last week. Windsor swept CA in the championship round in a tight match, 143-136 and 171-170. Senior Will Patnoe leads the Chargers in scoring average and is ranked in the top five in the state high school rankings.
Twinfield-Cabot will host CA this Saturday at Twin City Lanes in Barre to wrap up the regular season.