Wildcats have talent to go far

The 2023 Twin Valley Wildcats, back row from left: coach Buddy Hayford, Kaelyn Lackey, Brayden Brown, Steven Oyer, Noah Dornburgh, Brian Sullivan, Garrett Ryan, Chris Eckert, Zach Mercier, Hunter Roth, and Max Nido. Front row: Pacie Reynolds, Nico Gerding, Halen Ranslow, Tucker Magnant, Cody Magnant, Garrett Cunningham, Jude Myska, Cash Garno, Atticus Cutler, and Bradley Tirrell. Photo by Victoria Capitani

WHITINGHAM- The fall high school sports season gets underway this week, and veteran Twin Valley soccer coach Buddy Hayford is looking forward to it. Hayford, the winningest active boys’ soccer coach in Vermont, thinks the Wildcats have the talent to build from their 2022 season and be in the hunt for a Southern Vermont League division title and make a state tournament run. 
“The fortunes of the team are going to rest on, one, the middle,” said Hayford. “And, two,  how quickly  the flank players can get on the same page with the middle and how quickly they develop.”

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