Katie Stames and Jamie Barrett each had a goal and an assist as top-seeded Peoples advanced to another Division III girls soccer title game with a 4-0 win against No. 4 BFA-Fairfax on Wednesday.
Stames, Megan LaMare and Barrett staked PA to a 3-0 first-half lead. Nicole Liekert wrapped up scoring in second half for the Wolves (17-0), who are aiming for their third straight title and fifth in six years.
Carie Wan did not record a save for the Wolves. Fairfax’s Ashley Williams made eight saves.
* (3) Thetford 1, (2) Williamstown 0: Shyann Josler found the back of the net in the 14th minute to propel Thetford past host Williamstown for a spot in the D-III championship game.
Ella Chapman finished with 14 saves for the Panthers (14-3) while Williamstown senior Caitlin Beaudet fended off 11 saves at the other end to keep her team in the contest.
Josler’s tally spoiled the first semifinal game in 30 years for the Blue Devils, who finish the year 15-2.
D-IV boys soccer
* (2) Proctor 2, (3) Sharon 0: A pair of second-half goals pushed two-time defending champion Proctor back into the D-IV final.
Dermot Hughes and Keith Piontek tallied 10 minutes apart following a couple adjustments at halftime. Reid Farley stopped four shots for Proctor (11-2-4).
D-II field hockey
* (3) Mount Abraham 1, (7) Harwood 0: Gabrielle Schlein redirected Samantha Driscoll’s centering feed with a little more than six minutes left in the first half to help Mount Abraham clip Harwood at Middlebury College for a spot in the Division II final.
Martha McKenna finished with 13 saves for the Highlanders (11-6) while Danielle Morse did not need to make any saves in the shutout for the Eagles (9-3-3)
D-III field hockey
(2) Stowe 2, (3) North Country 1: Ricki Haab and Mariah Barrows’ second-half strikes pushed Stowe past North Country at the University of Vermont.
Haab scored at 22:38 and Barrows at 9:42 of the second half. North Country cut into the deficit in the closing minutes, Alexis Bussiere tallying.
Maddie Schaal stopped seven shots for Stowe (13-3), which collected 13 penalty corners.
Myrriah Gonyaaw made no saves for North Country (8-5-3)