A pair of goals in the final two minutes lifted Essex to a 3-1 victory over South Burlington in high school boys soccer action Wednesday.
Nathan Miles had the go-ahead goal with 10 minutes left and Liam Donahue struck for the insurance tally five minutes later for 2-3 Essex.
Eric Lamphere gave the Hornets a 1-0 halftime lead and Ben Wood made six saves.
Asa Worthly scored in the 50th minute for the Rebels (4-1). Kyle McDonald was credited with four stops.
* Burlington 2, Rice 0: Alen Brezicanin scored in each half to pace Burlington past Rice at Buck Hard Field.
Sandro Pobric turned away four shots for BHS (3-2).
* Champlain Valley 4, Harwood 1: A three-goal second half paved the way in host Champlain Valley’s win over Harwood.
Zack Evans scored once in each half, Joe Castano had a goal and an assist and Richard Baccei also tallied for 5-0 CVU. Brandon O’Connell made five saves.
Jerry Seckler tallied in the first half and Lucas Russell made 10 saves.
* Colchester 7, Rutland 0: Matt Goudie supplied a hat trick, Brett Nelson tallied two goals and three assists and host Colchester routed Rutland.
Tucker Jean and Matt Brien had a goal and an assist apiece while Liam Mooney worked a three-save shutout for 3-1 Colchester.
Daniel Kurchena made eight saves for Rutland (0-3-1).
* Mount Mansfield 3, BFA-St. Albans 1: Building a three-goal lead, Mount Mansfield dispatched BFA-St. Albans.
Kieran Bhave and Jeff Estes scored in the first half for the Cougars (3-0) and Brad Adair padded the lead with a goal after the break. Dylan Pipe tallied late for the Bobwhites (3-2).
Jacob Zeminakic had nine saves for BFA. Kyle Adams and Gabe Chase combined for four saves for MMU.
* BFA-Fairfax 1, Enosburg 0: Evan McNall tallied with 12 minutes left in regulation as BFA-Fairfax edged host Enosburg.
Brandon Cardinal made eight saves for Fairfax and Zac Nolan-Porter stopped eight shots for Enosburg.
* Lake Region 1, Peoples 0, OT: Josh Thibault’s tally with five minutes left in regulation gave Lake Region the win at Peoples.
Danny Epinette worked a five-save shutout for 5-0 Lake Region.
Peoples’ Alexander Duca stopped seven shots.
* North Country 3, Lyndon 0: Ruffie Palin, Dana Marsh and Connor St. Onge scored in the first half and visiting North Country blanked Lyndon.
Paul Ryan picked up five saves for North Country.
* St. Johnsbury 3, Stowe 2, OT: Marcos Taveras’ second goal capped a comeback as St. Johnsbury escaped at Stowe.
Taveras tallied his winner with about 3:01 left in the first overtime. Taveras also scored on a penalty kick and St. Johnsbury sent the game to extra time following a Stowe own goal with 29 seconds left in regulation.
Cam Taylor and Vince Van Patten provided Stowe’s goals off assists from Robert Buonanno.
Stowe’s Mark Infante made six saves, one more than Soloman Zaga had for SJA (4-0).
* Spaulding 1, U-32 0: Hunter D’Agostino’s first career goal was enough for host Spaulding to edge U-32.
D’Agostino strike came on a penalty kick in the 18th minute.
Kevin Fritz made six saves for Spaulding (2-1-1). Mckinley Shaffer had four saves for U-32.
* Lamoille 2, Hazen 1, OT: Fred Bailey tallied in the 51st minute, the go-ahead tally in Lamoille’s win at Hazen.
Evan Slayton also tallied and Benentt Anderston stopped four shots for Lamoille.
Derrick Camp tallied and Alex Schaefer recorded eight saves for Hazen.
* Danville 2, Cabot 1, 2OT: Erik Remick scored off a scramble and Danville topped Cabot in a rematch of last year’s Division IV quarterfinals.
Grady Peterson also tallied for Danville and Kyle Johnson stopped a dozen shots.
Joe Amroz had Cabot’s goal, with Adlai Feldman making nine saves.
* U-32 4, Springfield 2: Jazz Lockyer scored two goals, Emily George recorded a goal and two assists, and host U-32 doubled up Springfield.
Aine Kennedy also tallied – a go-ahead tally with 17:56 left in regulation — and Bailey Starr made four saves for 3-0 U-32.
Chelsea McAllister and Meghan Courchesne tallied for Springfield. Lindsay Cammarata stopped six shots.
* Missisquoi 3, Middlebury 1: Emily Scott, Hannah Boudreau and Kirsten Ward scored to power Missisquoi past Middlebury. Jenne Hall had five saves for the Thunderbirds (2-3).
* Lamoille 3, Enosburg 2, OT: Kylie Aither’s third goal was the charm in Lamoille’s overtime win at Enosburg on Tuesday.
Aither’s hat trick also included a penalty-kick tally.
Michaela Lombard and Cassie Collins had Enosburg’s goals.
* Rice 4 Spaulding 1: Sierra Combs’ one-goal, one-assist effort led balanced Rice past visiting Spaulding.
Caroline Provost, Kelly St Marie and Haley Boucher also scored for Rice, with Maura Sheridan stopping four shots.
Nicole Weeks had Spaulding’s goal and Alli Hinton made 15 saves.
* U-32 4, Stowe 3: Nicole Lavigne and Olivia Dexter each had a goal and an assist and host U-32 earned its first win of the season at Stowe’s expense.
Abby Daniels and Jasmine Moody also tallied, with Moody’s strike serving as the insurance with 7:44 left in regulation. Kyley Lavigne handed out four assists and Bailee Hudson made five saves for 1-2 U-32.
Hannah Wykoff had a goal and an assist and McKenzie Wardell and Maya Barrett also scored for Stowe. Maddie Schaal stopped six shots.
* Harwood 4, Montpelier 0: Katie Martin popped in three first-half goals as host visiting Harwood rolled past Montpelier.
Sarah Wry also tallied and Martha McKenna made five saves for Harwood.
Emily Bashara stopped three shots for Montpelier (0-4-1).
* Lyndon 0, St. Johnsbury 0: St. Johnsbury’s Bea Brody had eight saves and Lyndon’s Kiana made two stops in the teams’ deadlock.
Lyndon moves to 3-0-1; SJA holds a 0-2-1 mark.