Ethan White scored two goals, including the opening tally in the first minute, as Mount Abraham posted a 6-1 win over Milton in high school boys soccer action Monday afternoon.
Sawyer Kamman and Ride MacCrellish each had a goal and an assist and Theo Weaver and Luke Calzini also tallied for the Eagles (4-0). MacCrellish, White and Weaver scored in the span of eight minutes early in the second half to pull away.
Cale Thygesen added two assists and Ira Fisher stopped six shots for the Eagles.
Nate Cary scored and Nate Dooley and Josh Circe split net time (10 saves) for Milton.
* BFA-Fairfax 5, Danville 0: Ray Bosley supplied a hat trick in host BFA-Fairfax’s win over Danville.
Evan McNall scored twice, the second coming off a pass from Caleb Weiss, the freshman’s first career point. Brandon Cardinal stopped four shots for 4-1 Fairfax.
Danville falls to 3-1.
* Lake Region 6, Hazen 2: Alex Beauregard scored twice in the first half — on his way to a hat trick — as host Lake Region rolled past Hazen.
Austin Roberge added two goals and Kolby George had a goal and an assist for the Rangers (4-0), who led 3-1 at the break.
Kevin Doyon and Derrick Camp had Hazen’s goals.
Danny Epinette made six saves for the Rangers. Alex Schaefer turned away 14 shots for the Wildcats.
* Harwood 6, Thetford 0: Jerry Seckler’s hat trick paced Harwood in its win over visiting Thetford.
Matthew Baron scored twice and Ethan Riddell also tallied for Harwood. Matt Fischer and Lucas Russell combined to make two saves.
Brandon Gray turned aside 13 shots for Thetford.
H.S. field hockey
* Milton 2, Montpelier 0: Jillian Villeneuve and Rachel Deltier scored in each half as visiting Milton topped Montpelier.
Villeneuve tallied with 52 seconds left before halftime; Deltier’s goal came with 3:55 left in regulation to seal it.
Abby McRae worked a nine-save shutout for the Yellowjackets. Emily Bashara made 11 saves for the Solons (0-3-1).
* Stowe 4, Harwood 2: Mackenzie Wardell, Hannah Wykoff, Maya Barrett and Ula Klein had the goals as visiting Stowe doubled up Harwood.
Mia Burfoot and Katie Martin had the goals for Harwood. Stowe’s Maddie Schaal and Harwood’s Martha McKenna each stopped five shots.