H.S. roundup: South Burlington claws back, clips Redhawks

H.S. roundup: South Burlington claws back, clips Redhawks


H.S. roundup: South Burlington claws back, clips Redhawks



South Burlington whittled away at an early deficit before outscoring host Champlain Valley by 10 points in the fourth quarter to earn a 51-42 victory in high school boys basketball on Saturday afternoon.

Zach Piper tallied 18 points and Isaac Gittelsohn 14 to lead the Rebels (4-2).

Lucas Aube had 10 points and 16 rebounds to lead the Redhawks (2-4). Chris Reiss added 10 points and Zack Evans had eight points to go along with six rebounds and six assists.

* Winooski 51, Milton 41: Six of Kevin Pham’s 10 points came at the foul line in the fourth quarter, helping host Winooski seal its second win of the season over Milton.

Kyle Bigelow led Winooski (5-1) with 14 points. Eric Menard tallied 15 points for Milton, which trailed 16-8 at halftime.

* BFA-Fairfax 92, Mount Abraham 46: Cam Place poured in 31 points, Jud Veren produced a double-double and BFA-Fairfax ran past host Mount Abraham.

Veren tallied 19 points and 12 rebounds while Evan McNall also reached double figures with 11 for the Bullets (5-0).

* U-32 56, Hartford 50: Going 11-for-13 at the free throw line down the stretch, host U-32 weathered a fourth-quarter charge from Hartford to pick up the win.

Ryan Booth had a team-high 24 points for the Raiders (5-1), who got 11 points from Brad Medow and led 39-30 with a quarter to play.

Cam Gaudette had 28 points — and five 3-pointers — to lead Hartford.

* Lyndon 57, Lake Region 51: A 14-5 first-quarter edge sent host Lyndon to a win over Lake Region.

Jay Cobb (20 points) and Axerre Ntabana (13) paced the Vikings (3-2).

Lake Region’s Alex Beauregard scored 20 points.

* Missisquoi 62, Enosburg 58 (OT): Caleb Laroche scored as time expired to force overtime for host Missisquoi, which outscored Enosburg 8-4 in the extra stanza to pick up its first win.

Tyler Cooper powered the Thunderbirds (1-6) with 23 points, while Alex Beebe nailed four 3-pointers in the fourth quarter to keep his team alive and finish with 14 points.

Cam Caforia had 19 points for the Hornets (2-3), who also got 16 from Calvin Carter.

* Middlebury 53, Harwood 46: With a 25-14 edge in the second half, host Middlebury rallied past Harwood.

Connor Quinn and Cullen Hathaway each put in a dozen points to lead Middlebury’s attack. Bobby Ritter tossed in 10 points.

Wade Whitney scored 15 points, Domenic Moreno had 12 and Nate Kazlow chipped in 11 for Harwood.

* Hazen 72, Thetford 68: Ahead by five going into the fourth quarter, host Hazen held on to beat Thetford.

Adam Forant posted a double-double for the Wildcats (3-2) with 29 points and 12 rebounds. Alex Zetere chipped in with 12 points and Devon Whipple had 12.

Jordan Eastman (22 points) and Brendon Gray (18) fueled the Panthers (1-4).

* Rochester 87, South Royalton 63: Pavin Parrish rolled up 44 points in host Rochester’s win over South Royalton.

Derick Gendron (14 points) and Jay Benson (13) also contributed for Rochester, which led 48-29 at the break.

Keanan Thompson led South Royalton with 21 points.

* Danville 58, Concord 37: Brett Elliott piled up 17 points, Kyle Johnson added and Danville improved to 5-0 this season with a win over Concord.

Jason Sweet also nabbed 12 rebounds for the Indians. Garrett Brown (14 points) and Brody Young (13) Concord.

* Peoples 53, Lamoille 48: After a 13-13 tie at halftime, host Peoples oustripped Lamoille in an offensive-minded second half to secure victory.

Carter Beeman had 16 poins and Matt Allen 15 for the Wolves (5-1). Eric Hoadley (18 points), Evan Slayton (12) and Riley Fitzgerald (11) hit double figures for Lamoille (1-4).

Girls basketball

* Rice 71, Hartford 28: All twelve players scored for Rice in a rout of Hartford in the championship game of Springfield’s tournament.

Hailee Barron finished with a line of 13 points, eight assists and four steals in three quarters to lead the Green Knights (5-1). Lexy Avondra added 10.

Kristin Davis had eight points for the Hurricanes, who trailed 43-15 at halftime.

* Oxbow 58, Harwood 52: Mikayla Hodge dumped in 25 points as visiting Oxbow improved to 6-0 at Harwood’s expense.

Savannah Fay added nine points for Oxbow, which outscored Harwood 36-21 in the middle quarters. Caitlyn Marino’s 15 points and Jennifer James’ 11 paced Harwood (4-2).

* North Country 41, Lyndon 29: Twenty-seven steals, including eight by Morgan Green, were the backbone of North Country’s win over visiting Lyndon.

Kelsea Cutting and Nicole Therrien had eight points apiece to lead nine Falcons (2-3) to crack the scorebook. North Country led 22-11 at halftime.

Taylor Cushman’s nine points led the Vikings (2-4).

* Theford 58, Lamoille 24: Kayley Gray had 13 points off the bench to help Thetford improve to 7-0 on the season with a win against Lamoille.

Michaela Pomeroy added 11 points and Shyann Josler chipped in with nine for the Panthers. Theford led 32-11 at the break.

Sarah Kent had a team-high six points for Lamiolle (3-1).

* St. Johnsbury 34, Rutland 28: Severija Narkute accounted for 11 points, going 4-for-4 at the foul line in the final 30 seconds, and Brigette Rankin added nine to lead St. Johnsbury to victory against host Rutland.

Taylor Belknap finished with 13 rebounds for the Hilltoppers (4-2), who held a 18-14 halftime lead. Logan Boyle paced Rutland (1-5) with 10 points.

* Richford 48, Lake Region 43: Up 31-17 at halftime, Richford held off host Lake Region’s fourth-quarter rally to grab the win.

Gabby Coons finished with 19 points for the 5-0 Rockets, while Johanna Sherrer notched all 10 of her points in the second half. Emily Lawson led the Rangers (1-5) with 10 points.

Girls hockey

* North Country 3, Champlain Valley-South Burlington 2: Whitney Bernier had two goals and one assist to lead North Country to a win over Champlain Valley-South Burlington at Cairns Arena.

Crystal Moss added a goal and two assists for the Falcons (5-2) and Mikaella Doran made 22 stops. Molly Dunphy and Sarah Fisher each had a goal for CV-SB. Courtney Peyko made 13 saves.

* Rice 3, U-32 1: Haley Boucher scored twice and Haleigh Byrnes once to carry host Rice past U-32.

Nell Peterson scored unassisted for the Raiders. Morgan Sleeman had 36 saves for Rice, Cheyenne Smith had nine for U-32.

* Colchester 4, Rutland 2: Kameron Burt scored twice and Taylor Dion and Nicole Lacroix added goals for Colchester in a win over visiting Rutland.

Shelbie Daigle and Kristina Bellomo found the back of the net for the Raiders and Kelsey Eddy had 26 saves.

Erica Hoffmann had 19 saves for the Lakers, who improve to 6-2.

* Spaulding 4, Middlebury 3: Striking for her first goal just five seconds into the game, Julia Ormsby finished with four to lead Spaulding past host Middlebury.

Ormsby’s haul included three unassisted tallies, the last giving the Crimson Tide (5-2-1) a 4-2 lead in the third period. Morgan Gosselin finished with 29 saves for Spaulding.

Tajah Marsden, Sara Boe and Timi Carone (one assist) all scored for the Tigers (6-3).

* Missisquoi 2, Mount Mansfield 1: Racheal Greenia and Olivia Thayer scored to see host Missisquoi to a win against Mount Mansfield.

Lauren Hagety scored unassisted in the second period for the Cougars (2-7) while Fiona Dulude had 15 saves. Hannah Bockus had 21 stops for the Thunderbirds (1-6)

Boys hockey

* Colchester 6, Rutland 2: Matty Cuce had two goals as Colchester rolled past visiting Rutland.

Jared Rylant, Ryan Francis, Colby Bloundin and Jared Antoniak also scored for Colchester (7-2) and Erik Swan made 17 stops.

Michael Silva and Tyler Truman each had a goal and Dean Abatiell made 38 saves for Rutland (5-2-1).

* Essex 3, BFA-St. Albans 2: Joey Robertson struck on a breakaway five minutes into the third period and Essex stood firm to make it the game-winner against BFA-St. Albans.

The game entered the third period tied after Jake Gaboriault equalized for the Hornets (6-2) with 17 seconds left in the second stanza. Ethan Bartlett also scored for the hosts, while Jason Underwood and Peter Dukas tallied for the Bobwhites (4-3-1).

Ben Thibault made 29 saves for BFA. Brock Paquette finished with 27 for Essex.

* Champlain Valley 7, North Country 0: Thomas Samuelsen’s two goals led six scorers for Champlain Valley as the Redhawks improved to 9-0 with a shutout against visiting North Country.

Elliot Mitchell, Will Bernicke, Ryan Keelan, Cam Rivard and Hoyt McCuin also scored for CVU. Greg Talbert had 14 saves. Dana Marsh had 18 saves for the Falcons (4-3-1).

* Northfield 6, Missisquoi 4: Down 1-0 after two periods, Northfield stormed to victory on the back of a six-goal third period against Missisquoi.

Jackson Tucker led the way with a hat trick and an assist for the Marauders. Jordan Lumsden, Lucas Eldred and Casey Baroffio also scored. Riley Corey finished with 21 saves.

Jake Hubbard, Timmy Fournier, Collin Beyor and Logan Day tallied for the Thunderbirds while Ian Walsh stopped 36 shots.

* Stowe 2, Hartford 2: Stowe scored the tying goal a minute after Hartford had taken a 2-1 lead to salvage a win.

Chris Cinque and Austin St. Onge scored for Stowe (4-2-1), while Chad Haggerty added two assists. Wyatt Galfetti made 30 saves for the Raiders.

John Borchert and Andrew Atkinson each had a goal for Hartford (2-3-2) and Richie Morrill and Mak Lyford combined for 23 saves in goal.

* Woodstock 6, Lyndon 1: Six players found the back of the net as Woodstock handed visiting Lyndon a loss.

Nick Donaldson and Luc Issa each had a goal and an assist, while Kevin O’Connell, Connor McCarthy, Dylan Cuhn and Connor Joyce also scored for the Wasps (5-3-1).

Jacob Wilkins scored for Lyndon (0-4) and Deryck Colburn made 46 saves.

* Middlebury 4, Brattleboro 1: Four players scored for host Middlebury in a win against Brattleboro. Jordan Stearns had a goal and two assists, while Devin Dwire, James Ploof and Keenan Bartlett recorded single tallies. Doug Delorenzo stopped six shots for the Tigers (3-4).

Declan Lonergan scored for the Colonels (3-5) and Greg DiSilva had 35 saves.

* Harwood 4, U32 2: Ty Delphia scored twice for host Harwood as it doubled up U-32.

Joe Raymond and Adam Lamson added a goal and an assist each for the Highlanders (4-3). Connor Rice and Andrew Danyew struck for the Raiders (3-5), who got 22 saves from David Woolaver.

Harwood’s Dean Touchette had 39 saves in the win.


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