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Panthers Wrapping Up Regular Season

Photo: TA senior girls celebrate with their families at the Panthers’ last home game of the season. Liv Hastings (left), Hannah Williams (#21), Taylor West (#33), Madi Mousley (#22). Photo credit: Bri Barnes

The Panthers are wrapping up regular season and preparing for playoffs. Varsity boys soccer has a mixed record of 6-5-2, holding at 6th in Division 3. They will play their last game v. Harwood at home (11:00 a.m.), and celebrate graduating seniors TJ Berecz, Nolan Pepe, Jacob Gilman, and Finn Linehan. Last week, the Panthers shutout Spaulding 5-0, with Jacob Gilman leading the scoring with two goals and an assist. Finn Linehan, Aidan Keane, and Matt Vivian also scored for TA. Justin Robinson kept the goal and anchored the team’s strong defense. Yesterday, after 80 minutes of scoreless play, the Panthers “wasted no time putting an end to things, with Jacob Gilman delivering the Panthers a 1-0 victory over visiting Lake Region in the first minute of overtime.” (Valley News)

The varsity girls soccer team won their last home game of the season after a season-long streak of losses. The 3-0 win v. Lyndon was a home field success and added to the celebration of the teams graduating seniors Liv Hastings, Hannah Williams, Taylor West, and Madi Mousley. On Tuesday, the girls lost 0-1 to Lamoille dropping them to 1-12 for the season. The Panthers will end regular season at Randolph on Friday (4:00 p.m.).

In cross country, the girls earned 4th overall (out of 7) in last week’s Connecticut Valley Conference. Competing with the minimum five runners, this was an impressive performance v. some big teams. On the boys side, the team earned 125 points, placing them fifth out of five. Junior Ben Mattern led the Panthers, earning a 10th place finish overall. The Panthers are looking ahead to the Southern Vermont League championship on Friday in Rutland. TA will host the Vermont State Championship meet on Saturday, Oct. 29th.

In golf, TA senior Madi Mousley placed 5th in Division 2 and 8th overall at the VPA Girls Golf Championship. She has been invited to golf at New Englands (Mohegan Sun) on Halloween.

Our bass fishers have been focusing on skill-building this summer and fall and recently wrapped up a great season after the VT state championship on Lake Champlain. Noah Abernethy is the lone senior on the team, and is joined by Ethan West, Dylan Campbell, Casey Gross, and Adam Braley.



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