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Storm roar past Machine in regular season finale

KEENE, N.H. — The Southern Vermont Storm’s Lavante Wiggins led the team with 121 yards and two touchdowns as the Storm routed the Maine Machine, 37-6, last weekend at Keene High School.

Under center, Will Cole had a good game, completing 9-of-16 passes for 150 yards, a touchdown and an interception. He also added 45 rushing yards and a score on the ground.

Jalen Hill and Steven Stojda each added touchdowns for the Storm, who improve to 4-1.

Defensively, Billy Demers had a pair of sacks and Michael Hom recovered a fumble. Tank Roberson and Tyler Wrobel each came up with interceptions to stop Machine drives.

The Storm start the playoffs next weekend on Oct. 24, when they’ll host the Massachusetts Mercenaries at Keene High School.

Herrington’s hat trick gives Arlington the win

Arlington girls defeated Sharon Academy 4-2 on Thursday.

They were lead by Sydney Herrington, who scored three of the team’s four goals.

Maria O’Dea got the scoring started for the Eagles, who jumped out to an early 2-0 lead. Sharon fought back to tie it at 2-2 in the second half.

Arlington stayed calm and delivered two more goals, both by Herrington.

Arlington’s Sarah Tiley led the back line and also pitched in with two assists for the Eagles.

Arlington’s next test comes on Monday at 4 p.m. as they travel to take on Mount Saint Joseph Academy.

BBA remains perfect with win over Brattleboro

BRATTLEBORO — Burr and Burton girls soccer improved to 5-0 on the season in a 5-1 win over Brattleboro on Thursday.

Charlotte Connolly scored two more goals for the Bulldogs, and added an assist to her total.

Julia Brandy, Willa Bryant and Daisy O’Keefe also scored a goal for the Bulldogs.

O’Keefe’s goal was in the form of a header off a corner kick from Alexa Witkin.

Isabelle Connolly, Alair Powers and Witkin had an assist for BBA.

Carol Herbert was in goal for BBA and was credited with six saves.

Oliva Berg played goal for the final 20 minutes of the game.

Brattleboro’s lone goal came at the buzzer.

Adam Samrov can be reached at or on Twitter @banner_sports

Adam Samrov is the sports editor and part-time news reporter for the Bennington Banner. He has been at the Banner since 2008 and sports editor since 2010. He can be reached at


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