Charlotte Stuart scored with 5:49 remaining in the second half Essex as it defeated host Burlington 1-0 on Friday night in a high school girls soccer game.
Stuart’s goal broke a scoreless tie in a game that had both goalies busy.
Essie Fiore had seven saves to earn the win for Essex (11-0-1). Olivia Maher made 10 stops in a losing effort.
* Rice 4, Vergennes 0: Four players scored as Rice downed visiting Vergennes.
Haliegh Byrnes and Haylee Barron scored in the first half and Margot Rathke and Riley Mitiguy had goals in the second half for the Green Knights (7-3-2).
* North Country 4, Lyndon: Anna Bingham had two goals and an assist as North Country defeated Lyndon and earned head Jose Batista his 200th career win.
Devinnie Davis and Brooke Breault also scored for the Falcons (8-3-1).
Emily Doty had 12 stops for Lyndon.
* BFA-St. Albans 2, Mount Abraham 1: Kate Dillon and Cierra Ford each scored as BFA-St. Albans edged Mount Abraham.
The Eagles struck first with a goal from Meghan Livington.
Dillon tied the game and Ford scored the winner for BFA.
* Peoples 3, St. Johnsbury 1: Katie Stames had two assists as Peoples extended its unbeaten season to 12-0 with a win over visiting St. Johnsbury.
Marissa Benson scored in the first half and Katie Fish and Kelly Grimes each had a goal in the second for the Wolves.
Victoria Hutchins had 10 saves for St. Johnsbury (3-9).
* U-32 5, Randolph 0: Emily George had two goals and three assists as U-32 defeated Randolph.
Rylie Partin, Cilla Wanzer and Lyra Wanzer scored in the first half, with Geroge assisting on all three goals. George scored twice in the second half for U-32 (6-2-3).
Johanna Sargent had eight saves for Randolph.
* Oxbow 3, Danville 1: Wren Smith had three assists as Oxbow beat Danville.
Heather White, Emily Speck and Mikayla Hodge scored for the Olympians (7-4-1), with Smith earning the assist on each goal.
Kelly Cyr scored and Dani Cochran made nine saves for Danville (2-8-1).
* Middlebury 4, Enosburg 2: Rachel Sheldrick scored twice to lead Middlebury to a win over host Enosburg.
Sheldrick scored the first two goals for the Tigers, with Ali Sheldrick and Sara Boe scoring in the second half.
Chloe Long and McKenzie Gleason scored for Enosburg (1-10).
Megan Bosley had 16 saves for the Hornets, while Sydney Reigie and Courtney Backus combined to earn the win for Middlebury (5-7).
* Middlebury 4, Lamoille 0: Akeem Pottinger had two goals as Middlebury defeated host Lamoille.
Nico Mackey and Calder Birdsey also scored and David Burt made five stops for the Tigers (10-1).
Bennett Anderson had nine saves for Lamoille
* Essex 3, Champlain Valley 0: Kathleen Young had a goal and an assist as host Essex defeated Champlain Valley.
Young and Emily Dowman scored six minutes apart in the first half and Paige Mittl added a goal in the second half to lead the Hornets (8-3).
Evangeline Dunphy had 16 saves for CVU (6-5-1).
* Mount Abraham 2, Burlington 0: Mount Abraham scored a goal in each half as it beat visiting Burlington.
Hailey Sayles, with Sam Driscoll earning the assist, scored in the first half for the Eagles (8-3-1). Madi Wood added a goal in the second half to extend the lead. Sara Cousino had the assist on Wood’s goal.
Evelyn Schaedel had 10 saves for BHS (6-4-1).
* South Burlington 6, Colchester 0: Anne-Marie Farmer had a first-half hat trick as South Burlington downed visiting Colchester.
Courtney Barrett and Leah Charash scored for the Rebels before Farmer knocked in her three goals. Abby Lucia scored the sixth goal in the second half for South Burlington (10-1-1).
Eva Duvic had nine stops for Colchester.
* Mount Mansfield 5, Middlebury 1: Shelbe Van Winkle had two goals to lead Mount Mansfield in a win over host Middlebury.
Elena Newbaug, Brigid Cruise and Margaret Cunningham also scored for the Cougars (4-5-2) and Anneutte Bond had three assists.
Paige Viens scored and Baily Ryan had 16 saves for Middlebury.
College field hockey
* New Hampshire 4, Vermont 2: Vermont wasted Whitlee Burghardt’s first career goal and a penalty stroke goal from Angie DeBellis as the Catamounts lost to New Hampshire in an America East game.
Burghardt scored on the rebound to give Vermont the 1-0 lead, but the Wildcats responded to tie the game. DeBellis converted a penlty stroke to put the Catamounts back on top, 2-1.
New Hampshire scored three times in the final 16:14 to grab the win. Hannah Richard, Lynne Lehman, Megan Bozek and Molly Heaney scored for the Wildcats.
Stephanie Zygmunt had 13 saves for Vermont (1-12).