Bellows Falls Terriers Sports Photos

Bellows Falls Terrier DJ Snide was front and center stage when Tim Eno’s team captured the Vermont Division III Boys Track Championship a few weeks ago. Last week, Snide added to his individual resume when he was crowned the winner of the Vermont State Decathlon title. This paper will have further details on that event in next weeks’ issue.  Photo by Doug MacPhee
Bellows Falls Terrier DJ Snide was front and center stage when Tim Eno’s team captured the Vermont Division III Boys Track Championship a few weeks ago. Last week, Snide added to his individual resume when he was crowned the winner of the Vermont State Decathlon title. This paper will have further details on that event in next weeks’ issue.
Photo by Doug MacPhee

 

IS THERE SUCH A THING AS A GOOD OUT? If there is, this was most likely one. Joe Corey of the Bellows Falls Post 37 Legion, has just been tagged out, BUT BF’s Zac Streeter crossed the plate for what turned out to be the winning run on the play, an attempted runners on first and third double steal, in a BF 4-3 victory in the first game of a doubleheader sweep against Rutland. It was a true double the pleasure sweep for the Falls as both teams tallied double the number of runs in the night cap of the twinbill, meaning BF prevailed 8-6.    The only BF loss to date in Vermont Legion League play was to Hartford, last Thursday night. Brattleboro is 7-0, BUT to date had not played any of the other top four teams. All seven of Post 5’s wins were over the bottom three league teams: Randolph, Lakes Region and Bennington, who have combined for one victory this summer. BF is second at 6-1 in league play, followed by Hartford at 3-1 and Rutland 3-3 ahead of those final three teams in the seven-team circuit. Photo by Doug MacPhee
IS THERE SUCH A THING AS A GOOD OUT? If there is, this was most likely one. Joe Corey of the Bellows Falls Post 37 Legion, has just been tagged out, BUT BF’s Zac Streeter crossed the plate for what turned out to be the winning run on the play, an attempted runners on first and third double steal, in a BF 4-3 victory in the first game of a doubleheader sweep against Rutland. It was a true double the pleasure sweep for the Falls as both teams tallied double the number of runs in the night cap of the twinbill, meaning BF prevailed 8-6.
The only BF loss to date in Vermont Legion League play was to Hartford, last Thursday night. Brattleboro is 7-0, BUT to date had not played any of the other top four teams. All seven of Post 5’s wins were over the bottom three league teams: Randolph, Lakes Region and Bennington, who have combined for one victory this summer. BF is second at 6-1 in league play, followed by Hartford at 3-1 and Rutland 3-3 ahead of those final three teams in the seven-team circuit.
Photo by Doug MacPhee

 

If we are going to show Joe Corey being tagged out at second base, we might as well show him doing something defensive there as well. He is the regular second baseman for the Post 37 team, BUT hails from Fall Mountain. The BF Legion has the majority of their players with a BF Union High School base, BUT in many ways this is a true area team, as they have players hailing from Wildcat Land, as well as Springfield, Green Mountain and Vermont Academy. Next week we will publish a full breakdown of this contending team, position by position, who could bring much pride to the area as a whole, before things are concluded in late July at the Vermont State Legion Tournament, which begins July 23rd at Castleton University. Photo by Doug MacPhee
If we are going to show Joe Corey being tagged out at second base, we might as well show him doing something defensive there as well. He is the regular second baseman for the Post 37 team, BUT hails from Fall Mountain. The BF Legion has the majority of their players with a BF Union High School base, BUT in many ways this is a true area team, as they have players hailing from Wildcat Land, as well as Springfield, Green Mountain and Vermont Academy. Next week we will publish a full breakdown of this contending team, position by position, who could bring much pride to the area as a whole, before things are concluded in late July at the Vermont State Legion Tournament, which begins July 23rd at Castleton University.
Photo by Doug MacPhee

 

Josh Woods has been a weapon for Bellows Falls Post 37 out of the bullpen this season. Woods is Green Mountain’s contribution to help the team’s quest for a high standing in the Vermont State Legion standings. Photo by Doug MacPhee
Josh Woods has been a weapon for Bellows Falls Post 37 out of the bullpen this season. Woods is Green Mountain’s contribution to help the team’s quest for a high standing in the Vermont State Legion standings.
Photo by Doug MacPhee

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