Live Updates: Woodstock vs. Springfield; Coach Mac Night

September 6, 2013

in News,Sports,Woodstock

8:55 p.m. Two touchdown runs by Ezra Astbury. It’s 65-0.

8:42 p.m. oh, it is 51-0 Woodstock by the way. McLaughlin has been chatting with friends, family, former players and reporters all game.

8:40 p.m. The Woodstock football team kneels in the end zone as Dean Corkum, former WUHS player from 1981-82 gives a speech. Then, the James T. McLaughlin Field sign is unveiled.

7:54 p.m. It is Nikolai Davis time. Four Davis carries set up a 5-yard keeper for a score by Nemo Wood. 42-0.

From the crowd on Davis, who cant be above five feet tall: “Oh my god, he’s so adorable.”

7:43 p.m. Baumann scores from 47 out. Baumann now has three carries, all touchdown runs. It is 35-0.

7:32 p.m. A 25-yard return by Baumann sets up his own 11-yard touchdown run.

Woodstock leads 28-0.

7:30 p.m. It is still the first quarter by the way. A lot of well-wishers are surrounding Coach Mac.

7:30 p.m. Nemo Wood took a huge hit after completing a 39-yard touchdown pass to Oliver Kaija. It’s 21-0.

7:20 p.m. Oliver Kaija scores from 14 yards out on the Wasps next drive. 14-0. Doing Coach Mac proud.

7:06 pm Tom Baumann scores on a 35-yard run after a 25-yard punt return by Zach Cole. 7-0 Woodstock. Coach Mac celebrates with family in the east end zone.

6:35 p.m. Springfield coach Kevin Tallman said he’s excited about being at the game where Jim McLaughlin is honored. Tallman used to coach at Fall Mountain and remembers facing off against McLaughlin in CVL games.

“Some coaches Said, ‘Aw how could they do that to you?’” Tallman said. “But I’m glad we’re a part of this.”

Springfield is 0-1 after losing its opener to Fall Mountain (N.H.), 36-8.
6 p.m. It’s a free T-shirt night courtesy of the high school.

Check them out…


That’s volunteers Elizabeth Fitzpatrick and Carly Langan along with WUHS AD Jeff Thomas showing off the free swag.

Stay here for live updates for the Woodstock football team. At halftime of today’s 7 p.m. game, they’ll honor coaching legend Jim McLaughlin with a ceremony.


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