Timi Carone, Middlebury: The forward was involved in all six goals in the Tigers’ win over Rice, scoring four and assisting on the other two Wednesday night. She also had a goal and an assist in Saturday’s loss to Spaulding.
Victoria Gibson, Essex: Gibson made 38 saves, and kept the game tied when they were outshot 17-2 in the first period, as the Hornets beat defending champion BFA-St. Albans on Saturday.
Julia Ormsby, Spaulding: In the Crimson Tide’s last two wins, Ormsby has a combined nine points. She had three goals and two assists in a win over Missisquoi, which followed a four-goal night against Middlebury.
Evan Chagnon, Rice: On the other side of Wednesday’s overtime clash, Chagnon piled up 52 saves to keep the Green Knights in the game.
Ryan Francis, Colchester: The senior’s hat trick Wednesday night included the overtime winner against Rice. He also assisted on the other goal in the 4-3 win and has a team-best 14 goals this year.
Joey Robertson, Essex: Also assisting on another Essex goal against BFA-St. Albans on Saturday, Robertson tallied the winner with a third-period breakaway.
Hailee Barron, Rice: The senior amassed 52 points during a 3-0 week for the Green Knights, an effort that included a 21 point six rebounds, four assists and four steals in three quarters of work in the win over Spaulding.
Madison Bennett, U-32: The senior bound for St. Michael’s in the fall scored more points (21) than her team’s opponent Montpelier in a 54-18 last week. Bennett also tallied a game-high 15 points in a win over Oxbow for the 6-2 Raiders.
Sage Barton, South Burlington: Picked up a double-double (13 points, 11 rebounds) in the victory over Mount Mansfield. Also dropped in a dozen points against Middlebury.
Jason Manwaring, Williamstown: Manwaring’s monster night against Lake Region included 32 points and 17 rebounds to power his team to a four-point road win.
Pavin Parrish, Rochester: The Rockets’ star poured in 44 points against South Royalton on Saturday, among the highest single-game totals this year.
Ben Shungu, Rice: The sophomore pumped in eight points — of his game-high 27 — in the final 1:15 against Mount Mansfield to lead the Green Knights to a 61-60 win Tuesday night.
Charlotte Stuart, Essex: The senior soccer standout posted an impressive combo in Saturday’s Division I meet at UVM with wins in the 55-meter dash (7.44 seconds) and the shot put (31 feet, 8.5 inches) — the latter by five feet.