Eric Jarvis, Ryan Brown and Nate Cary supplied second-half goals to push Milton past Rice 3-0 in high school boys soccer Wednesday.
Nate Dooley worked the 10-save shutout for Milton (5-7-1), which has won four straight.
Leland Gazo had seven saves for Rice (7-5-1).
* Burlington 2, Spaulding 0: Two first-half goals powered Burlington’s win over Spaulding, the Seahorses’ first victory this month.
Cole Venner converted a free kick and Elijah Boley doubled the lead for Burlington (6-5-2), which had tied twice and lost twice in October.
Kevin Fritz had seven saves for the Crimson Tide (3-9-1), while Sandro Pobric had five saves in the shutout.
* Mount Mansfield 4, South Burlington 1: Brad Adair scored twice after half time to secure a hat trick and help Mount Mansfield pull away for a win over South Burlington.
Kieran Behave gave the Cougars (10-2-1) an early lead before Aiman Ginawi leveled for the Rebels (7-6). Adair’s first goal, just before halftime, gave Mount Mansfield the lead for good. Sean Springer and Alec Eschholz assisted on two of Adair’s tallies.
Ben Greenstein had 11 saves for South Burlington while Kyle Adams finished with five for the Cougars.
* Mount Abraham 2, Middlebury 1: Mount Abraham remained perfect for the season and secured the Lake Division crown in a triumph over over Middlebury.
Sawyer Kamman and Theo Weaver scored 10 minutes apart for the Eagles (13-0), the first off an assist from Aiden White-Pifer. Drew Barnicle scored for the Tigers (1-12) with a minute to go.
Ira Fisher needed just two saves in the Mount Abraham net while Bo Tran finished with seven for the Tigers.
* Champlain Valley 3, Essex 0: Richard Baccei and Chris Reiss broke the ice with goals in the first half as Champlain Valley blanked Essex.
Joe Castano insured the win five minutes from full time off an assist from Baccei as the Redhawks improved to 12-1. Brandon O’Connell had three saves in the CVU net.
Ben Wood made nine stops for the Hornets (6-6-1).
* Colchester 2, North Country 0: Brett Nelson’s first of two goals came just 3:13 into the game, leading Colchester past host North Country.
The Lakers improved to 10-2-1.
* St. Johnsbury 5, BFA-St. Albans 1: Marcos Tavares had a hand in every St. Johnsbury goal with a hat trick and two assists as the Hilltoppers raced past BFA-St. Albans.
Manuel Lugo and Jeb Burroughs also tallied for St. Johnsbury (10-2-1). The Bobwhites drop to 5-6-2.
* Enosburg 4, Winooski 0: Cam Caforia struck twice as Enosburg built a 3-0 halftime lead in its win over Winooski.
Cody Farnsworth and Birch Poirier also scored for the Hornets (5-6-1). Zack Dixon-Smith added an assist and Zak Nolan-Porter had nine saves in the win.
Ali Omar finished with 12 saves for the Spartans (6-5-2).
* BFA-Fairfax 1, Oxbow 0 (2OT): Evan McNall headed in a Austin Magnan pass to deliver BFA-Fairfax an overtime win at Oxbow.
* Montpelier 4, Lamoille 0: A pair of goals from Paul Farrell provided half of Montpelier’s firepower in a shutout win against host Lamoille.
TJ Dellipriscolli and Joe Parento also scored, while Reed Bingham and Issac Avery-Padberg added assists. Solon (8-3-2) goalkeepers Zach Vandenberg and Katyka Taylor combined for the shutout.
* Stowe 3, Lyndon 0: Three players scored for Division III’s Stowe as the Raiders shut out D-I Lyndon.
Tyler Mullin and Robert Buonanno scored three minutes apart for Stowe (9-2-2), while Vince Van Patten (one assist) added an insurance goal a minute into the second half.
Shayde Ward had a four-save shutout for the Raiders. Axerre Mtabanna finished with 14 saves for the Vikings (0-14).
* Harwood 4, U-32 0: Jerry Seckler scored two goals, including on a header, as host Harwood topped U-32.
Finn Ohlsen and Harrison Myers also netted goals for Harwood (8-6).
* Hazen 1, Danville 0: Angus McAndrew’s 29th-minute goal lifted Hazen to a win over Danville.
Adam Forant set up the Wildcats’ (5-7-2) winner, while Derek Richardson made four stops to earn the clean sheet. Kyle Johnson had four saves for Danville (7-4-2).
* Peoples 2, Thetford 0: Shawn Dor and Tyler Beattie provided the goals in Peoples win at Thetford.
Alexander Duca made five saves for Peoples, as did Thetford’s Brandon Gray.
* Vergennes 2, Missisquoi 0: Jake Dombeck tallied in each half as Vergennes won at Missisquoi.
Dylan Raymond worked a six-save shutout for Vergennes. Eamon Murphy turned away nine shots for MVU (3-10).
* Rice 8, Milton 2: Six players scored as Rice poured on a season-high eight goals to beat Milton.
Sierrra Combs paved the way for the Green Knights (11-0-2) with three goals and an assist. Haley Boucher, Lucy Stillman and Kelly St. Marie each had a goal and an assist. Megan Collins and Jillian Varin scored once while Caroline Provost offered two assists.
Hannah Ollive and Cassandra Desaneau scored for the Yellowjackets (6-8), who got 12 saves from Abbie McRea.
Maura Sheridan had six saves for Rice.
* Mount Abraham 0, Champlain Valley 0: Evangeline Dunphy turned away six shots as Champlain Valley earned a tie against Mount Abraham at Middlebury College.
Danielle Morse did not record a save for Mount Abraham (7-3-2). CVU moves to 8-1-4.
* U-32 2, North Country 2: Jasmine Moody got the second-half equalizer for host U-32 in a draw against North Country.
Brittany Fortier and Brianna Bocelli tallied for the Falcons (7-3-2) as they built a second-half lead. Abby Daniels scored off an assist from Kyley Lavigne to equalize for the Raiders (7-4-1) in the first half.
Bailee Hudson had five saves for the hosts. Myrriah Gonyaw finished with 17 stops for North Country.
* Stowe 3, Harwood 2: Mariah Barrows scored each side of halftime, the latter goal the eventual game-winner as Stowe beat Harwood.
Hannah Wykoff staked the Raiders (11-3) the lead midway through the first half before Barrows found the back of the net twice. The Highlanders’ Sarah Wry and Emma LasKaris scored in the second half to make it a one-goal game.
Harwood (9-5) goalkeeepr Martha McKenna made five saves. Maddie Schaal stopped five shots for Stowe.
* Lyndon 2, Mississquoi 1 (OT): Samantha Smith scored the overtime winner, as Lyndon clipped Missisquoi.
Kim Kosac scored midway through the first half for the Thunderbirds and Harper Favreau equalized on a helper from Smith two minutes shy of halftime.
Bryanna Trottier finished with four saves for the Vikings (5-8-1). Veronica Cook-Vibrin notched 14 saves for Missisquoi (0-13-1).