Trojans have more horses than Wildcats, knock them out of tournament

Twin Valley’s Aidin Joyce, #4, heads the ball during a match with Stratton Mountain School earlier this season. The senior led the Wildcats in scoring with 27 points, knocking in 10 goals and dishing out seven assists. File photo/RC

MARSHFIELD - For the first time in more than a decade, a Twin Valley boys’ varsity soccer team will not play in a semifinal match in the annual Vermont state soccer tournament. The fifth-seeded Wildcats were bounced out of the tournament Friday afternoon by a 2-0 loss to the fourth-ranked Twinfield Trojans.  

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