There was no stopping the Middlebury’s Carone sisters as they accounted for all of the Tigers’ goals in a 6-1 win over host Rice in high school girls hockey at Cairns Arena on Wednesday.
Timi Carone pumped in four goals and added two assists for Middlebury (7-3). Angela Carone had a goal and an assist and Julia Carone netted the other tally. Goaltender Baily Ryan had 19 saves in the win.
Caroline Provost scored for the Green Knights (3-6). Pau Raunio and Emma Forgione combined for 22 saves.
* North Country 3, Mount Mansfield 2 (OT): Whitney Bernier’s second goal of the night was North Country’s game-winner against host Mount Mansfield.
Molly Burke (two goals) equalized for the Cougars (2-8) with 9:45 left in regulation off an assist from Audrey Scott.
Mikaella Doran stopped 31 shots the Falcons (6-3), while Fiona Dulude had 24 saves for MMU.
* Colchester 7, Stowe 1: A four-goal night from Taylor Dion fueled Colchester’s win over visiting Stowe.
Kellie Lockerby added a goal and three assists, while Haley Jestings and Jensen Hamblett also scored for the Lakers (7-3). Jenna Blondin and Erica Hoffmann combined for 11 saves.
Katie Stames scored and Danielle Mayo had 38 saves for Stowe (5-5).
* BFA-St. Albans 5, Champlain Valley-South Burlington 3: Chelsea Ellis scored twice, Jade Remillard had a goal and three assists and BFA-St. Albans built up a 5-1 lead early in the third period before holding off Champlain Valley-South Burlington.
Eliza Ellis and Michaela Martin also scored and Marina Nadeau made seven saves for BFA (5-2).
Courtney Barrett accounted for all of CV-SB’s goals and Courtney Peyko turned away 35 shots.
* Spaulding 7, Missisquoi 2: Julia Ormsby’s three-goal, two-assist night headlined host Spaulding’s convincing win over Missisquoi.
Caitlyn Wilkin and Jessica Scott scored two goals each, Jordyn Binaghi had four assists and Morgan Gosselin had 13 saves for Spaulding (6-2-1). Amanda Conger and Rachel Lothian struck for the Thunderbirds (1-7) while Hannah Bockus stopped 15 shots.
* Burr and Burton 4, Hartford 2: Jordan Harmon struck twice, Daisy Sullivan scored and Aggie Bisselle had a goal and two assists to power host Burr and Burton past Hartford.
Kaylie Benson had 12 stops for BBA (8-1-1) while Mary Leech added two assists. Erin Hudson finished with 51 saves for the Hurricanes (3-5).
* Colchester 4, Rice 3 (OT): James Raymond and Will Palmer staked Rice a first-period lead but Ryan Francis answered with a hat trick to power Colchester’s come-from-behind win.
Francis netted the overtime winner for the Lakers (8-2). Matty Cuce supplied three assists to crack the 150-point mark for his career and Jared Rylant chipped in with a goal. Jake Rocheleau finished with 23 saves.
Colby Audette also scored for the Green Knights (2-6-1), and Evan Chagnon amassed 52 saves.
* BFA-St. Albans 1, Champlain Valley 1: BFA-St. Albans’ Matt Needleman and Champlain Valley’s Will Bernicke traded first-period goals in the teams’ deadlock.
Sean Hengemuhle made 19 saves for the host Bobwhites (4-3-2). Greg Talbert stopped 21 shots for CVU (9-0-1).
* Mount Mansfield 4, Northfield 3: Travis Benson’s goal 1:02 into the third period was enough for host Mount Mansfield outlast Northfield in a Lake Division showdown.
Pat Haggerty, Chris Fortin and Brady Blow each had a goal and an assist for the Cougars (7-2).
Northfield’s Jackson Tucker tucked away two goals and assisted on Connor Barrett’s goal.
Riley Corey made 18 saves for the Marauders (5-3). Joe Airoldi had 19 for the Cougars.
* Milton 9, Burlington 1: Devon Jackson tallied two goals and three assists, Jared Amstein supplied a hat trick and host Milton dropped Burlington at Cairns Arena.
Hunter Goodwin (goal, four assists), Zach Robtoy (goal, two assists) and Hunter Pelkey (goal, assist), Brandon Cardinal (goal, assist) also produced for 6-3 Milton.
Brandon Rhoades made 25 saves in the win for Milton.
Paul Truman also stopped 25 shots for BHS and Holden Ackerman scored.
* Hartford 5, Brattleboro 0: John Borchert popped in four goals as Hartford defeated visiting Brattleboro.
Mak Lyford worked a eight-save shutout for 3-3-2 Hartford.
Brattleboro’s Greg DiSilva made 37 saves.
* Woodstock 5, U-32 1: Connor Joyce Joyce’s two goals and two assists helped Woodstock win at U-32.
Woodstock’s Connor Black had 20 saves. U-32’s Sam Staab scored.
* Stowe 7, Harwood 1: Chad Haggerty notched two goals and three assists, Ed Cinque had two goals and Stowe routed Harwood.
Chris Cinque, Austin St. Onge (two assists) and Luke O’Toole (assist) also scored for the Raiders (5-2-1). Wyatt Galfetti finished with 19 saves.
Justin Cantwell deposited the Highlanders’ (3-4) lone goal. Dean Touchette and Elliot Emberley combined for 41 saves.
* Missisquoi 7, Lyndon 3: Ian Boudreau and Timmy Fournier each tallied twice in Missisquoi’s win over host Lyndon.
Jake Hubbard, Mason Lafountain and Jordan Vorse each scored once for the Thunderbirds (2-6). Collin Beyor recorded three assists and freshman Camden Gagne earned his first win in net.
Dave Peters paced the Vikings (0-5) with two goals and one assist. Derryk Colburn stopped 49 shots.
* South Burlington 52, Mount Mansfield 22: Holding Mount Mansfield to 11 points in each half, host South Burlington cruised to victory.
Sage Barton’s double-double (13 points, 11 rebounds) led the Rebels (3-4), while Shannon Flaherty chipped in with nine points and Samantha Barrett added eight points and 10 rebounds.
Alexa Mousley led MMU (1-5) with six points.
* Mount Abraham 62, Colchester 43: Megan Livingston poured in 24 points and Samantah Driscoll added 21 in Mount Abraham’s victory over visiting Colchester.
Ashlie Fay chipped in with five points, 10 rebounds, nine assists and eight steals for the Eagles. Pearl Abiti finished with 15 points for Colchester.
* Northfield 35, Peoples 32: Rhia Paige had 11 points and 11 rebounds and Lydia Reed converted a key fourth-quarter basket to help see Northfield to a win over Peoples.
* Lake Region 51, Winooski 44: Going 11-for-15 at the foul line in the fourth quarter, Lake Region held off host Winooski’s second-half surge.
Down 27-13 at halftime, the Spartans (3-4) clawed back to make it a two-point game with less than a minute to go behind 15 points from Amanda Nattress.
The Rangers (2-5) got 15 points from Katie Menard.
* Milton 54, Vergennes 22: Milton raced out of the gate with a 25-point first quarter and never looked back to beat Vergennes.
Danielle Phelps had a first-half double-double and finished with 18 points and 13 rebounds for the Yellowjackets (6-1). Selena Patterson added 10 points and nine boards, while Paige Johnson had eight rebounds, seven steals and five assists.
Taylor Paquette led the Commodores (2-4) with six points.
* Williamstown 64, Randolph 42: Kimmy Gilbert (21 points), Carissa Carrier (17) and Dani Jesmonth (10) each scored in double figures as Williamstown forced 50 turnovers and raced by host Randolph.
The Blue Devils (8-0) stayed perfect with the win. Kelsey Jacobs had 12 points to lead Randolph (3-3).
* Enosburg 57, Missisquoi 38: Emilee Bose dialed up 17 points as every Enosburg (5-1) player scored in a win over Missiquoi.
Autumn Beyor and Taylor Devaney led the Thunderbirds (0-6) with seven points apiece.
* Richford 56, BFA-Fairfax 31: Hannah Gleason and Johanna Sherrer each put up a dozen to pace Richford’s win over visiting BFA-Fairfax.
Sarah Doe chipped in with 11 for the 6-0 Rockets, who led 21-12 at halftime and went on a 22-2 third-quarter run.
Chace Carpenter finished with a game-high 18 points for the Bullets (1-4).
* Lyndon 46, U-32 42: Mason Lantz struck for 14 points and host Lyndon used a 10-5 second-quarter edge to topple U-32.
Axerre Ntabana registered 11 points for Lyndon (4-2). Chris Collins’ 18 points and Ryan Booth’s 15 paced U-32 (5-2).
* Randolph 65, Thetford 45: Levi West led all scorers with 19 points to key Randolph’s win over visiting Thetford.
Ross Caswell (14 points) and Brandon Keyes (13) also hit double figures for the Galloping Ghosts (4-1). Jordan Eastman and Matt Perry each tallied 16 for the Panthers (1-5).
56, Montpelier 41: TJ Dellipriscoli’s game-high 20 points weren’t enough for visiting Montpelier as it fell to Harwood.
Nathaniel Kazlow had 13 points and Wade Whitney 12 to lead the Highlanders to victory.