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H.S. football roundup: D-III Wasps serve Lyndon its first loss

1:00 AM, Oct. 11, 2013 EDT

In a matchup of undefeated teams, Division III's Woodstock Union High School came out on top against Division II's Lyndon Institute, 41-32, in high school football at Woodstock's Jim McLaughlin Field on Friday night.

Tom Bauman paced Woodstock (7-0) with two touchdown runs. Oliver Kaija added a 4-yard touchdown run and Sam Cole went 30 yards on a sweep for a score for the Wasps.

Josh Guyer had 4-yard and 30-yard touchdown runs to pace Lyndon (6-1), which scored on a James Shufelt run in the fourth quarter but had the score called back due to a holding call.

Woodstock has now outscored opponents 391 to 153 in seven games this season.

* Hartford 44, Mount Mansfield 14: Patrick Libudo had four rushing touchdowns and Hartford rebounded from a tough loss to St. Johnsbury last week with a big win over Mount Mansfield in Division I high school football.

John Bielecki had a touchdown for the Hurricanes (4-2), who had a 34-0 lead at halftime.

Nolan Viens had an interception returned for a touchdown to round out the scoing for Hartford.

* Rutland 17, BFA-St. Albans 14: Andy Kenosh's long interception return set up his own 19-yard field goal with 9.4 seconds to play as the Raiders dropped BFA-St. Albans and improved their stock in a bid to get a home playoff game.

Nick Boles scored both Rutland (4-2) touchdowns on 1-yard quarterback keepers.

Joel Parady scored from two yards out for the Bobwhites (3-4). BFA's other score came on a 5-yard run by Charlie Ricardson who amassed 124 yards on 24 carries.

* Otter Valley 47, Winooski 19: Mike Winslow rushed for more than 200 yards and three touchdowns as Otter Valley overcame four early turnovers to sink Winooski in D-III action.

Kevin Pham's forced fumble on the opening kickoff set up Kyle Bigelow's 50-yard TD strike to Austin Mayo two plays later for a 6-0 Winooski lead. After back-to-back Otter Valley (4-2) scores, the Spartans' Andrew Decarreau returned an interception 50 yards to cut the deficit to 14-12.

Decarreau also scored on a run of nearly 50 yards in the second half for Winooski (0-7), which trailed 20-12 at halftime.



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