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Mountaineer Week in Review

Postponements due to rain

Mother Nature has officially joined the Mountaineer Athletic Program with all of the weather-related postponements. 
Volleyball has been the only team to be able consistently to play their scheduled games. Though the team has worked hard and rallied many good points, both JV and Varsity lost the last three matches (Oct. 2 versus Lewis Mills; Oct. 9 versus Monument Mountain and Oct. 10 versus Dover). 

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Rain spoiled some events

FALLS VILLAGE — The Housatonic Mountaineers’ week opened with the JV squad of the MCW United Football team losing to the co-op team of Vinal/Goodwin/Whitney 38-0 on Sept. 24. 
Once again, Mother Nature stepped in and played a huge role in this week’s athletic events.  The boys and girls soccer games against Gilbert and the cross-country meet against Litchfield and Terryville scheduled for Sept. 25 were postponed due to rain.  

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X-C season begins

FALLS VILLAGE — The Housatonic Mountaineers cross-country team, coached by Letitia Garcia-Tripp, opened their season on Sept. 11 on the road at Nonnewaug. 
The boys lost 34-21. Jace Tomaino finished sixth and Shane Stampfle finished seventh. 
The girls lost 43-16. Brooke Stampfle finished fifth; Sammantha Starr finished eighth; Charlotte Clulow finished ninth and Natalie Nestler finished 10th.

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Eleven saves for Shpur

FALLS VILLAGE — The boys soccer team, ranked no. 19, traveled on Nov. 6 to face no. 14 East Windsor in the first round of the Class S State Tournament. Antonio Santiago-Nicolas scored on a pass from Lucas Calhoun during the first half. East Windsor tied it with a goal during the second half. The game remained tied after two 10-minute overtimes but ultimately ended in a loss after penalty kicks. Caleb Shpur had 11 saves during this post-season game.

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Mountaineer Week in Review

FALLS VILLAGE — The Housatonic varsity boys soccer team ended their regular season with a win on the road and a loss at home. The team traveled to Terryville on Oct. 31. Matthew Lopes scored on a penalty kick and Antonio Santiago-Nicolas scored from Juan Pablo Sanchez in the 2-0 win. 
The team faced Northwestern in a rescheduled game on Nov. 1. The team lost 1-0. They will face East Windsor in the first round of the Class S State Tournament on Nov. 6. 

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Autumn season is winding down

FALLS VILLAGE — Cross-country celebrated Senior Day on Monday, Oct. 16. Eight seniors were recognized for their contributions to the team before the meet at The Gilbert School: Paul Bannister, Ryan Considine, Konnor Curtis, Dartanian Oyanadel, Jack Scarpa, Benjamin Upson, Alison Holmes and Krissy Galgano. The girls won their race, with Brooke Stampfle finishing second, Charlotte Clulow third and Alison Holmes fourth. 

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Mountaineer Week in Review

FALLS VILLAGE — The Housatonic Valley Regional High School Mountaineer soccer teams swept all their games during the past week. 
On Oct. 10, JV players Daniel Zapata (3) and Henry Lopez-Gonzalez (2) scored in the 5-2 win at Shepaug. Anthony Fenn and Jacob Sheltra each had four saves in goal.  Lucas Calhoun and Luke Mollica shared one goal each in the 2-0 varsity win at Shepaug.  

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HVRHS athletics: Mountaineer Week in Review

FALLS VILLAGE — This week marks the halfway point of the fall season for team sports at Housatonic Valley Regional High School. 
On Oct. 2, both girls soccer teams won against Litchfield at home. Emma Walsh and Paige MacNeil scored in the JV 2-0 victory. MacKenzie Hunter had one save and Maggie Bickford had four saves in goal. 
Varsity won 2-1 in the home match. 

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Mountaineer Week in Review

FALLS VILLAGE — On Sept. 25, Housatonic Valley Regional High School field hockey won, 4-0, at home. Goals were scored by Molly Menniges (1), Jada Wilson (1) and Hope Aragi (2). 
JV boys soccer lost, 7-2, in a scrimmage against Hotchkiss. JV football lost to Cheney Tech, 31-6. Jacob Simonds had two sacks and six tackles. 
JV boys soccer went on to win against Gilbert on Sept. 26. Ian Danforth-Gold (2), Ivan Pascasio (1) and Max Klomp (1) scored in the 4-1 game. Jacob Sheltra had three saves and Daniel Zapata-Bonett had two saves in goal. 

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Hockey season opens, plus volleyball, football, soccer

FALLS VILLAGE —  The Housatonic Valley Regional High School field hockey team opened their season on Sept. 18 with an away game at Litchfield. Even though the game ended in a 1-0 loss, a solid performance was given by Jada Wilson, Hope Aragi and Cande Quenan Daneri.  The team lost to Hotchkiss on Sept. 20, 2-1. Jada Wilson scored her first goal of the season.  Strong performances were given by Zyaja Huggan, Hope Carlson and Myah Baird. Annabelle Kovacs had seven saves in goal.  

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