Northfield coach Paul Clayton earned his 200th career win in high school boys hockey as the Marauders downed Milton 4-1 on Thursday night.
Ben Cole scored two goals, while Jackson Tucker and Morgan Wrigley each added a goal for Northfield (12-4).
Milton drops to 9-7-1.
* North Country 5, Colchester 2: Three unanswered goals in the second period sent North Country on its way to victory over Colchester at Leddy Park.
Ross Delabruere rang up a hat trick for North Country (10-6-1). Ryan Paul and Ben Pecue also scored for the Falcons, while Dana Marsh made 26 saves.
Ryan Francis and Jared Rylant scored for Colchester (11-6).
* St. Johnsbury 7, Mount Mansfield 6 (OT): Renat Nigmatullin powered a shot through traffic 2:48 into overtime to propel St. Johnsbury past Mount Mansfield at Essex Skating Facility.
Anton Gulko notched three goals and three assists, Brandon Wells scored twice and Cody Smith made 16 saves for St. Johnsbury (8-8).
Thomas Pierce contributed two goals and an assist for Mount Mansfield (11-5), which got 31 saves from Joe Airoldi.
* U-32 9, Lyndon 0: Andrew Danyew had a four-point night to help U-32 grab a win over Lyndon.
Danyew had two goals and two assists to lead the Raiders (6-10), while Nick Grace also tallied a pair of goals.
Deryck Colburn and Zach Turcotte combined for 26 saves for Lyndon (1-11-1).
* Spaulding 4, Rice 1: Garret Kelly had a goal and an assist for Spaulding as the Crimson Tide earned a win over Rice.
Chandler Day, Luke Krupa and Brad Romeo also scored for Spaulding (3-9-4).
Will Hesslink scored for Rice (2-14-1).
* North Country 4, Colchester 1: Crystal Moss had a hat trick to help North Country to a win over host Colchester.
Corrina Cora added a goal and Mikaella Doran made 30 saves in the win for the Falcons (8-7-1).
Grace Hickey scored for Colchester (10-7) and Erica Hoffman had 20 stops.
* Winooski 45, Peoples 27: Winooski cruised past Peoples behind a double-double from Amanda Nattress (12 points, 15 rebounds).
Riley Corrigan chipped in nine points for Winooski (8-10).
Sarah Davis and Alysha Lefevre tallied five points apiece for Peoples (2-14).
* BFA-St. Albans 45, St. Johnsbury 39 (OT): Hallie Boudreau scored nine points in overtime to lift BFA-St. Albans to a win over host St. Johnsbury.
Boudreau had 14 points to lead BFA-St. Albans (10-6), who hit a shot as time expired to send the game to overtime.
Molly Fried had 12 points for St. Johnsbury (7-10).
* Colchester 43, Middlebury 16: Pearl Abiti had 10 points to lead Colchester in a win over host Middlebury.
Alanna Feeley added eight points for the Lakers (13-4).
* Rice 68, Burlington 38: Rice jumped out to a 33-17 halftime lead and cruised to a win over visiting Burlington.
Hailee Barron had 16 points, Carolyn Snell scored 13 and Gemma Cirignana chipped in with 12 for the Green Knights (15-2).
Ilona Maher had 20 points to lead Burlington (9-8).
* Randolph 45, Harwood 39: After trailing through the first three quarters, Randolph stormed back in the fourth and grabbed a win over Harwood.
Samantha Tullar had 17 points to lead Randolph (8-9). Brittney Lafreniere added 14 points for the Galloping Ghosts.
Peyton Burr had 10 points to lead Harwood (6-11).
* Champlain Valley 50, Essex 24: Champlain Valley jumped out to an early lead and never looked back in a win over host Essex.
Laurel Jaunich and Emily Kinneston each had 12 points for Champlain Valley (17-0).
Kara Sheftic had 10 points to lead Essex (11-6).
* U-32 38, Oxbow 35: After trailing 12-2 in the first quarter, U-32 used three 3-pointers in the third quarter to come from behind for a win over Oxbow.
Elizabeth Kfepka had 12 points to lead U-32 (14-3).
Mikayla Hodge led all scorers with 16 points for Oxbow (14-3).
* Thetford 58, Lyndon 37: Thetford held host Lyndon to 12 total points in the first half to prevail.
Thetford’s Mikaela Pomeroy led all scorers with 14 points, while teammate Tara Pellerin added 11 for the Panthers (16-1).
* Spaulding 53, North Country 39: Spaulding put four players in double figures and took 34 foul shots in its win over host North Country.
Katie Thygesen scored a game-high 16 points for Spaulding (5-12), which also got 13 points from Alicia Violette.
Morgan Green racked up 14 points and 18 rebounds for North Country (3-13).
* Williamstown 72, Sharon 35: Williamstown extended its undefeated record to 15-0 with a win over Sharon.
Nicole Carrier paced Williamstown in the win with 17 points, while Dani Jesmonth and Jamie Ducharme each added 13 points.
Suzie Moses had 16 points for Sharon (4-11).
* Vergennes 38, Missisquoi 37: KC Ambrose hit two foul shots with 18 seconds remaining to help Vergennes (5-12) escape with a win over host Missisquoi.
Autumn Beyor had 13 points for Missisquoi (2-15).
* BFA-Fairfax 55, Hazen 38: BFA-Fairfax jumped out to a 17-point halftime lead and cruised to a win over Hazen (8-8).
Chace Carpenter led the Bullets (11-5) with 17 points and Mikayla Sullivan added 13.
* Lamoille 39, Montpelier 20: Lamoille had nine players find their way on to the scoresheet and handed visiting Montpelier a loss.
Kylie Aither had 15 points to lead Lamoille (10-7).
* Richford 59, Stowe 23: Hannah Gleason had 15 points to lead Richford (11-6) in a win over Stowe.
Bailey Sherwin had 12 points to lead Stowe (2-14).
* Lake Region 65, Enosburg 59: Lake Region outscored visting Enosburg 47-31 in the second half to earn a comeback win over the Hornets.
Tyrah Urie had 21 points to lead Lake Region (9-7).
Emilee Bose had 18 points for Ensoburg (13-3).
* Mount Mansfield 74, South Burlington 50: Mount Mansfield’s Kyle Adams scored the first seven points of the second half to help the Cougars pull away from host South Burlington.
Adams led Mount Mansfield (12-4) with 20 points and Tinga Adiang added 18 points.
Zach Piper had 19 points to lead South Burlington (8-7) and Bryant Hinchliffe had 17 points.
* Randolph 74, Lyndon 64: Host Randolph pushed its lead to as many as 18 points in the second half before holding off Division II’s Lyndon.
The Galloping Ghosts (12-2) surged ahead with a 22-12 second-quarter run to lead 40-29 at the break. Levi West led all scorers with 23 points, while Ross Caswell added 18.
Jay Cobb paced the Vikings (10-4) with 21 points.