Local Roundup: Woodstock girls soccer tip Brattleboro in OT

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Published: 10-11-2023 10:12 AM

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BRATTLEBORO, Vt. — The Woodstock High girls soccer team defeated Brattleboro, 3-2, in overtime on Monday, when Hannah Watson’s free kick went to Chloe Massilo for the game-winning goal 30 seconds into the extra session.

Woodstock (7-3-0) pulled into a 1-1 tie during the first half on a Leah Kuhnert goal. The Wasps went up, 2-1, with 25 minutes remaining in the second half on Sky Collie’s third goal in two games. The Bears (5-4-1) made the score 2-2 with seven minutes remaining in the half when they tallied out of a scramble in front of goalkeeper Jane Stout.

Woodstock coach Gregg LaBella said he moved Masillo up to striker and Watson to center midfielder, which paid off in the winning goal.

The Wasps visit Randolph (3-6-1) on Wednesday.

Oxbow 1, Winooski 1

BRADFORD, Vt. — The Olympians’ Mackenzie Pearl scored and Ainsley Smith had the assist in a draw with the Spartans (1-6-2).

Caleigh Bean made six saves for Oxbow (4-5-2), which visits Blue Mountain (2-7-2) on Wednesday.

ConVal 3, Lebanon 2 (2OT)

PETERBOROUGH, N.H. — The Raiders squandered a 2-0 halftime lead, surrendering two tallies during a 10-minute stretch and the winning goal with three minutes remaining in the second overtime.

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