Kristina Ushakova scored all four of her team’s second-half goals, including the go-ahead strike with 2:38 left in regulation, as Burlington knocked off BFA-St. Albans, 9-8, in a high school girls lacrosse game at Buck Hard Field on Wednesday.
Casey O’Neill and Bleonda Sulejmani each scored twice and Madison Feeney had a goal and two assists to pace BHS.
Kate Dillon registered two goals and an assist and Aly Hardy and Leilani King also scored twice for BFA. Katrina Duggan and Shanley Howrigan also scored.
Burlington’s Ajla Medic turned aside eight shots, one more save than BFA’s Cora Hartman.
* Rice 14, Lamoille 8: Katy Ranaldo torched the twine for five goals and Maura Sheridan stopped seven shots in a decisive win over visiting Lamoille.
Emily Cutting and Gretchen Tarrant recorded hat tricks for Rice (12-2-1) in its regular-season finale.
Kelly Kryzak (three goals), Kylie Aither (two goals) and Brittany Jones (one goal, one assist) had strong games for Lamoille (9-4), which got 14 saves from Paxton Boyer.
* South Burlington 12, Essex 7: Anne-Marie Farmer totaled four goals and an assist and South Burlington held visiting Essex to one goal in the second half to improve to 12-0 on the season Tuesday.
Julia Hudson (assist), Sarah Fisher and Grace Johnson each scored twice and Ashley Norris earned four assists for the Rebels. Allie and Shannon Flaherty also tallied.
Charlotte Stuart tucked away five goals while Kathleen Young and Sianay Chase rounded out the scoring for Essex (6-6).
South Burlington’s Courtney Barrett turned aside a dozen shots, the same number Essex’s Haley Drury made.
* Champlain Valley 15, Mount Mansfield 10: Lucia Llona (assist) and Kate Raszka each put in four goals as host Champlain Valley ended a seven-game losing streak in a win over Mount Mansfield on Tuesday.
Brenna Gorman supplied a hat trick, Anne Spector had a goal and an assist and Natalie Benoit and Molly Dunphy also tallied for 4-7 CVU. Sarah Caffry stopped 18 shots.
Jess Glenn recorded three goals and an assist, with Marina Bowie and Kelly Baldwin also notching hat tricks for MMU. Hope Denison also tallied and Colby Knight made 11 saves.
* Green Mountain Valley 12, Oxbow 12: Green Mountain Valley’s Katie Campbell scored four goals and so did Oxbow’s Emily Speck and Mikayla Hodge in the teams’ deadlock after a six-minute overtime Tuesday at Fayston.
Ellie Curtis and Storey Dyer-Kloman each scored twice and Beccay Ryan made 14 saves for GMVS.
Dilan Clements and Lauren Tomlinson also had two goals apiece for Oxbow, with Savannah Day stopping eight shots.
* Lamoille 6, Rice 4: David Legris supplied three goals and goalie Thomas Meyer started a third-quarter surge with his own tally in host Lamoille’s win over Rice.
Meyer, who made a dozen saves, scored to spark a four-goal third, helping Lamoille pull away after a 1-all halftime deadlock. John Sciortino had a goal and an assist and Leo Wrighton and Thomas Meyer also tallied for Lamoille (13-1). Marcus Wadlington had four assists.
Emerson Prager scored two goals and had an assist and Wyatt Lawrence also scored twice.
* Colchester 17, Vergennes 3: Quinn Trabulsky socked home four goals and teammates Kevin Lynch and Josh Gervais tallied hat tricks as host Colchester cruised past Vergennes.
Five other players also found the net and Bobby Brigante had three assists for Colchester (12-2), which got six saves from James St. Germain.
Tucker Babcock, Joe Krayewsky and Jordan scored one goal apiece and Erik Averil made 15 saves for Vergennes (4-8).
* Burlington 6, St. Johnsbury 3: Nikki Raub and Olivia Maher each had one run scored and one RBI as visiting Burlington topped St. Johnsbury.
Maher earned the win for BHS (10-4), striking out four. Carys Potter took the loss for St. Johnsbury (8-7), which got two hist apiece from Gabbie Willey and Molly Fried.
* Essex 7, Mount Mansfield 2: In a completion of a suspended game from last week, Essex ran its record to 14-0 in topping host Mount Mansfield.
Jess Barnett went 2-for-3 and winning pitcher Ali Rutz doubled for the Hornets. Rutz gave up three hits and struck out five in four innings of work for Essex, which tallied five runs in second inning prior to the weather suspension last week.
Shelbe Van Winkle went 2-for-3 for MMU (6-10). Sydney LeBourveau took the loss, allowing six hits and four walks.
* Colchester 8, South Burlington 0: Winning pitcher Emi Eakin aided her effort with a three-run double in the fourth inning as host Colchester blanked South Burlington.
Eakin allowed one hit and one walk while striking out 13 in six innings to earn the win for the Lakers (12-2). Kendell Grammo provided a two-run double in the sixth and Elise Durett’s two hits included a run-scoring single.
South Burlington’s Brenna Deavitt allowed six hits and five walks in the complete-game loss.
* BFA-St. Albans 2, Milton 1 (8): Kat Howrigan drove in the winning run in the bottom of the eighth inning, lifting host BFA-St. Albans past Milton.
Katelyn, who led off the eighth with bunt single, scored the go-ahed run, while winning pitcher Devan Blodgett allowed six hits and struck out five. Sam Dussault added a tying RBI single in the fouth for BFA (10-4).
Brielle McDonald singled in a run and Logan Sweeney took the loss in a six-hitter.
* Colchester 6, South Burlington 3: Sean Callahan tossed a complete game with 11 strikeouts to help power Colchester past visiting South Burlington.
Colchester (11-3) plated three runs in the second inning and two more in the fourth, behind RBIs from Keegan Mitchell, Devon Dessormeau, Cory Benoit and Callahan.
Gabe Simpatico took the loss and Connor Bradley hit a two-run double for SBHS (11-3).
* St. Johnsbury 7, Burlington 6: Joe McCabe went 2-for-4 with a double and Colton Hudson pitched a complete game as St. Johnsbury topped visiting Burlington.
McCabe drove in a run and scored another, and Andrew Graciano added two hits for St. Johnsbury (8-7).
Joe Barsotti took the loss in relief for Burlington (4-9), which got a two-hit, one run scored, one RBI performance from Shane Bergeron.
* BFA-St. Albans 7, Milton 3: Starting pitcher Dana Duquette yielded only two hits while striking out four as BFA-St. Albans defeated host Milton.
Brandon Streeter (2-for-4, one run scored) and Nick Berno (RBI single, run scored) stood out offensively for BFA (8-5).
Tyler Lamphere was saddled with the loss for Milton (1-12), while Jackson Hickey had two hits and scored a run.