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Border Country Sports-October 6th

Good Morning! With the Border Country Sports Report, I'm Keith Harrington.

Salem-Cambridge Wears Pink, Wins Under the Lights

Pretty in Pink? Maybe tickled pink? Any of them could work. The Salem-Cambridge field hockey team played their annual Pink Game under the lights and came away with an exciting 2-1 victory over Greenwich in front of a nice showing of fans. Teams hold "Pink" events to raise awareness and often times money for Breast Cancer. Wednesday night the Salem-Cambridge and Greenwich field hockey teams joined forces to do their part.

Greenwich jumped out to a 1-0 lead, but Salem-Cambridge responded with three unanswered goals.

Brooke Kuzmich, assisted by Jocelyn Spiezio gave the Witches a 1-0 lead in the first quarter.

Mary Kate McPhee equalized for Salem-Cambridge with 3:51 to go in the third quarter to shift the momentum.

Nicole LaFountain scored the game-winner with 2:39 to go in the contest.

Salem-Cambridge outshot the Witches 12-3.

Brailyn Wright had two saves for Salem-Cambridge. Maddy Curley stopped 10 shots for Greenwich.

Taylor Cary was credited for playing a solid game on defense for Salem-Cambridge.

Salem-Cambridge is now 5-3, 6-5. Greenwich is 5-6.


Tanagers Blank Granville on Home Pitch

The Hartford boys soccer team continued their recent stellar play as they blanked Granville 10-0 on their home pitch.

Nate Fiske and Michael Jones both scored hat tricks to lead the Tanagers to the victory.

Ryan Morrow continued his recent scoring spree with a goal and two assists.

Cody Baker, Brandon Benson and Drake Stewart also found the back of the next for the Tanagers.

Matt Vladyka was busy for the Golden Horde, stopping 20 shots.

Austin Wells recorded the shutout for Hartford.


Fair Haven Still Perfect

The Fair Haven girls soccer team stayed perfect on the season, rolling past Otter Valley 8-0 on Wednesday.

Otter Valley entered the contest having won four in a roq.

Fair Haven led 4-0 at the half and added four more goals in the second half.

Lilly Briggs led the Slaters with four goals on the afternoon.

Elizabeth and Brittney Love, Maddy Perry and Ayame Merkel also scored for Fair Haven.

Kate Hadwen had the shutout in goal for the Slaters.

Goalie Linnea Faulkner did her best to keep the Slaters out of the net with several nice saves for the Otters.

Fair Haven is now 8-0. Otter Valley is 4-5.


Corinth Sweeps Hartford on the Court

The Corinth volleyball team beat Hartford for the second time this season, topping the Tanagers 3-1 on Wednesday evening.

Set scores were 25-21, 25-23, 18-25, 27-25.

Desiree Neville had a strong match for the Tomahawks, recording 10 assists, nine kills, 12 points and four aces.

Teagan Grady.contributed10 points, six aces and three digs.

For Hartford, Raeghan Liebig had seven kills and six digs. Ava Nadeau had 16 digs. Alawnah Dunda added four kills.

Corinth is 7-2, 7-3. Hartford is now 5-4, 6-6.


Granville Field Hockey Defeats Emma Willard

Granville made the trek to Emma Willard worthwhile as they came back home with a 2-0 win.

Senior Kalyn Gould got the nod for the start in goal and recorded the shutout. Gould was only forced to make one save as the Golden Horde defense played well.

Alyssa Martindale hit the back of the cage twice to lead Granville on offense.

Claire Gould added an assist for the Golden Horde.

Gabby Possible had nine saves for Emma Willard.


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With the Border Country Sports Report, I'm Keith Harrington.

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