Erika Lyons scored on a penalty stroke with 6 minutes and 33 seconds left in regulation to help Burlington grab a 2-1 win over South Burlington in high school field hockey action Wednesday.
Mallory Cross scored in the second half to tie the game 1-1 for the Seahorses (4-4-2). Monica Weltman earned an assist on the play.
Monika Ingalls made three saves, including stopping a South Burlington penalty stroke, to earn the win for the Seahorses.
Courtney Barrett scored for the Rebels (5-4-2) and Alex Warshaw made two saves.
* Champlain Valley 1, Colchester 0 (OT): Amanda Whitbeck scored with just under four minutes remaining in overtime to lift Champlain Valley past visiting Colchester.
Lauren Macy earned the assist on the play for the Redhawks (7-1-2).
Eva Duvic had 17 saves for Colchester (1-10).
* Essex 6, Middlebury 0: Kathleen Young and Emily Dowman each had two goals as Essex beat Middlebury on Tuesday afternoon.
Siena Teare also added two goals for Essex (7-1-3). Mady Corkum and Maria Grant earned the shutout in goal.
Baily Ryan made 20 saves for Middlebury (2-5-3).
H.S. girls soccer
* Rice 6, Missisquoi 0: Hailee Barron scored in each half, Riley Mitiguy added a goal and two assists and host Rice won its sixth straight game at Missisquoi’s expense.
Haley Mitiguy, Lindsay Swanson and Haleigh Byrnes also tallied for the Green Knights (7-3-1), who struck for four second-half goals to pull away.
Rice’s Macie Sicard (five saves) and Haley Langan (one) split time in net.
Missisquoi’s goalie Jenne Hull 21 saves.
* Champlain Valley 2, Colchester 0: Emma Davitt and Emily Kinneston scored eight minutes apart midway through the second half to pilot Champlain Valley to a win against Colchester.
Haley Jestings delivered 13 saves for the Lakers (3-8), while Michaela Flore earned a two-save shutout for the Redhawks (11-0).
* Burlington 5, South Burlington 1: Andrea Noonan scored two goals and Kaitlin Donahue added a goal and three assists and shorthanded Burlington cruised at South Burlington.
Maddy Feeney and Sabrina Farmer also tallied for the Seahorses (8-3), who scored four of their goals with 10 players. Norah Mitchell stopped four shots.
Shannon Flaherty tallied for South Burlington and Morgan Maher made six saves.
* Milton 2, Middlebury 0: Milton knocked in goals each side of halftime to sink Middlebury.
Caitlyn Dabagian tallied off an assist from Dallas Brodhead with less than five minutes to go in the first half and Brooke Phillips doubled the lead for the Yellowjackets (8-2-1) with a feed from Ashley Lauziere five minutes after the break.
Riley Fenster had 15 saves for the Tigers (2-9) and Logan Sweeney stopped four shots for Milton.
* BFA-Fairfax 4, Winooski 0: Selena Marrier had two goals as BFA-Fairfax opened up a 2-0 lead in the first half and went on to beat Winooski.
Mikayla Sullivan and Kayla Mathieu also scored for Fairfax (8-2-1) and Emilt Miner made eight saves to earn the shutout.
Michaela Metivier had 12 saves for Winooski (4-7).
* North Country 1, Mount Mansfield 0: Crystal Moss tallied 20 minutes into the second half as North Country won at Mount Mansfield.
Devinnie Davis supplied the assist and Jenna Moss turned away nine shots for North Country.
Sarah Knakal made five saves for 6-5 MMU.
* Peoples 11, Randolph 0: Six players scored as Peoples routed Randolph.
Hannah Merriam led the Wolves (11-0) with a hat trick and two assists. Katie Stames and Alexis Turner added two goals and an assist. Jamie Barrett scored twice, Kaitlyn Newton and Kelli Grimes also scored.
Johanna Sargent had 13 saves for Randolph (1-10) while Carie Wan had four for Peoples.
* Stowe 3, Lamoille 0: Darien Boerger scored twice to power Stowe to a shutout win against Lamoille.
Boerger and Katelyn O’Toole each scored in the first half before Boerger notched an insurance tally for the Raiders (5-5-1) after the break on an assist from Ali Leach. Stowe got four saves from Caroline Armbruster.
Krista Keith had 10 saves for the Lancers (4-7).
* U-32 7, Northfield 0: Emily George’s two goals paced U-32’s balanced attack in a win over host Northfield.
The Raiders (7-3-1) led 3-0 at halftime. Rylie Partin, Jazz Lockyer-Wills, Maggie Kirby, Ferron Pursell and Liz Aithchison also scored.
D.J. Doney stopped 14 shots for the Marauders (2-8-1) while Bailey Starr stopped one for U-32.
* Harwood 7, Montpelier 0: Amy Graham had a season-high three goals and Taylor Yandow scored twice as Harwood cruised to a win over visiting Montpelier.
Harwood took a 3-0 lead midway through the first half on Megan O’Shea’s goal, which was assisted by Yandow.
Lauren Harper worked three-save shutout for the Highlanders (7-2-1), who lead 5-0 at halftime.
* Lake Region 2, Enosburg 1: Tyrah Urie’s second goal with 2:31 left in regulation broke a deadlock and lifted visiting Lake Region over Enosburg.
Michaela Lombard tallied in the first half and Megan Bosely stopped 18 shots fsor Enosburg.
* BFA-St. Albans 3, Spaulding 0: Bre Dupuis second in the second minute and assisted on Cierra Ford’s tally later in the half as host BFA-St. Albans earned its fifth shutout of the season at Spaulding’s expense.
Morgan Laroe finished a Phoebe Martell-Crawford pass for the second-half insurance for BFA (8-3). Dani Schreiner had eight saves.
* Oxbow 2, Hazen 1 (OT): Becca Towle struck 45 seconds into overtime to deliver a win for Oxbow on the road.
Corrina Oakley also tallied for Oxbow. Lillie Allen had Hazen’s goal.
H.S. boys soccer
* Mount Abraham 5, Middlebury 3: Overcoming a pair of two-goal deficits, Mount Abraham kept its unbeaten season alive with a comeback win at Middlebury on Tuesday.
Cale Thygesen recorded two goals and an assist, Jackie Gorton had a goal and an assist and Ethan White and Sawyer Kamman also tallied for 10-0 Mount Abraham.
Ira Fisher made three saves for the Eagles while Wilder Perera stopped eight shots for the Tigers.
College field hockey
* St. Michael’s 4, Franklin Pierce 0: Cassaundra Davis scored two goals and host St. Michael’s returned to .500 in conference play after topping Franklin Pierce.
Morgan Mazanec also tallied with an assist and Courtney Bedell struck for her first collegiate goal for the Purple Knights (4-7, 2-2).