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Proctor Takes Down Local Rival Westside
Usually when Proctor and West Rutland meet in any sport the contest means a little something extra. That seems to be especially true in girls sports where the Phantoms and Golden Horde are typically championship contenders.
The two intense rivals went at it again Saturday, this time in girls soccer on the pitch at Westside with Proctor coming away with a 3-1 win.
Isabel Greb scored with a header on an assist from Jenna Davine to give Proctor a 1-0 lead early on.
Peyton Guay scored to equalize for the Golden Horde late in the half to make it 1-1 at the break.
Greb and Davine hooked up again with 33:35 to hand the Phantoms a 2-1 lead.
Emma Palmer put the game away for the Phantoms with a long drive with 7:28 to play. Davine was credited with the helper.
Proctor is 6-1. West Rutland is 3-2.
MSJ Doubles Up Blue Devils
Poultney dropped their second game in a row as they were doubled up by MSJ 4-2 in girls soccer action Saturday.
Lauren Costales scored late in the first half to give the Mounties a 1-0 lead.
Costales found the back of the net two minutes later off a pass from Isabella Anderson to make it 2-0 MSJ at the break.
Cosatles finished off a hat trick in the second half, again assisted by Anderson.
Anderson scored a goal of her own on a penalty kick.
Annaleice Taylor got Poultney on the board, scoring on a PK.
Kaitlyn DeBonis also had a gaol for the Blue Devils.
MSJ is 4-2. Poultney is 1-2.
Cambridge-Salem Rolls Over Helderberg Valley
The Cambridge-Salem football team continued to ride their wave of early season success as they rolled over Helderberg Valley 46-0 in Class D football Saturday.
Brice Burr led the way on offense with two touchdowns and 121 yards rushing.
Evan Day added 90 yards on the ground and a pair of scores.
Brayton Cary chipped in a TD run, while 8th grade quarterback Stephen Yakubec passed for a score to Zach Price.
The Cambridge-Salem defense yielded just 94 total yards on the afternoon.
Cambridge-Salem is now 3-0, 4-0.
Bolton-Warrensburg Defeats Lake George
The Bolton-Warrensburg boys soccer team has often played in the shadows of their high successful girls program. This year the B-W boys have jumped on the success train.
B-W stayed perfect on the season in Adirondack League play as they defeated Lake George 5-1. It is a signature win for the Eagles over a Warrior's team that has been among the elite of the ADK for countless years.
Dante Corriveau led B-W with a hat trick in the contest. Louis Lang hit the back of the net twice for the Eagles.
AJ Moore had three assists.
B-W outshot the Warriors 23-10.
Brad Erceg had 15 saves for Lake George.
Bolton-Warrensburg is now 6-0 in ADK play.
Fair Haven Field Hockey Blanks Bratt
The Fair Haven field hockey team picked up a win on Saturday, blanking Brattleboro 2-0,
Vivian Ladabouche scored on an assist by Jaylena Haley to give the Slaters a 1-0 advantage.
Alana Williams scored off on assist by Alexis Murray to give Fair Haven a 2-0 lead.
Fair Haven is now 2-3-1.
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With the Border Country Sports Blog, I'm Keith Harrington.
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