Naomi Musman potted five goals and dished out an assist and No. 2 Burlington thwarted visiting Mount Anthony’s upset bid during Friday’s Division I high school girls lacrosse quarterfinal action.
Casey O’Neill added four goals for the Seahorses (14-2), while Madison Feeney chipped in with three goals and two assists.
Ajla Medic made 13 saves to help Burlington advance to its first girls lacrosse semifinal in program history.
Bridget Ahearn scored five goals to lead the No. 5-seed Patriots (11-7). Erica Hale had three goals and Leah Olansky and Samantha Mayer combined to make five saves.
• (1) Burr and Burton 16, (8) Rutland 7: The top-seeded Bulldogs got five goals from Jessie Forstman as they handed rival Rutland a loss.
Hayley Sabol tallied four goals for Burr and Burton (13-2) and Aggie Bisselle had three goals and three assists. Lauren Mackenzie earned the win with 10 saves.
Alyssa Sabotka and Marina Rotella each scored three times for Rutland, who finish the season at 11-7. Kelsey Eddy and Ali Burton combined for four saves.
D-II GIRLS LACROSSE
• (1) Green Mountain Valley 16, (9) Lamoille 4: Katie Campbell tallied seven goals to lead host Green Mountain Valley School to a win in the quarterfinals over Lamoille.
Ali Nullmeyer chipped in with three goals and Sophia Menard added two scores for the Gumbies, who will face No. 5 Stowe on Monday in the semifinals.
Carrie Lamphear had two goals, including the 100th goal of her career, to lead Lamoille, who finish the season at 2-12.
• (2) Woodstock 17, (7) Harwood 4: Lauren Kaija had seven goals and an assist to pace Woodstock in a blowout victory over visiting Harwood in the D-II quarterfinals.
Grace Vosburgh and Clancy Farrand each added three goals and an assist for the Wasps (12-4). Abby Kaija had two goals. Kallan Piconi and Miranda Johnson also scored, while Megan Dalton had seven saves.
The Wasps will host Chelsea on Tuesday to play for a berth in the state championship game.
• (5) Stowe 16, (4) St. Johnsbury 6: Stowe went on a 9-0 run in the second half to pull away from host St. Johnsbury and win the D-II quarterfinal match.
Bailey Sherwin had eight goals to pace the Raiders (9-4) and Ashley Raymond added four goals.
Megan Wood had three goals to lead the Hilltoppers, who finish the season at 12-5.
D-I BOYS LACROSSE
• (2) South Burlington 16, (7) BFA-St. Albans 1: Max Capano registered four goals and an assist, Cam Nolting added a trio of goals and two helpers and South Burlington brushed aside BFA-St. Albans.
Dylan Avery and Kyle Murakami each had two goals and two assists for the Rebels.
Ryan Hockenbury, in the first half, made six saves before Mike Blauvelt totaled four stops for SBHS.
• (1) Middlebury 13, (8) Woodstock 5: Connor Quinn totaled four goals and three assists as Middlebury quickly erased an early 1-0 deficit to oust Woodstock.
Haven Lantz, Justin Forgione, Daniel Robinson, Connor McCarthy and Nemo Wood had Woodstock’s goals, with Wynn Falvey making eight saves.
Nathan Lalonde (four saves) and Eli Miller (one save) were in net for Middlebury.
James Konrad scored for BFA.
• (4) Essex 18, (5) Brattleboro 4: Henry Adams knocked in five goals and dished out two assists as Essex ran past visiting Brattleboro.
Brendan Gleason added three goals and three assists for the Hornets (11-5), while David Forbes and Jordan Hines each chipped in with a hat trick.
Andrew Lounsbury and Averey Lamphere combined for 14 saves.
Evan Perkins paced Brattleboro with two goals and Kolton Ravenna stopped 11 shots.
• (6) Champlain Valley 13, (2) Mount Anthony 8: Champlain Valley overcame an early deficit to rally past host Mount Anthony and earn a spot in the D-I semifinals.
Elliot Mitchell led the Redhawks (11-6) with four goals and one assts, while Dylan Schaefer (three assists), Griffin DiParlo, Charlie Bernicke and Matt Palmer each added two goals.
Damon Young had four goals for the Patriots, who end the season at 12-5. Briar Wilkinson had two tallies.
• (1) Essex 7, (9) Brattleboro 4: Essex plated three runs in the bottom of the fifth and three more in the bottom of the sixth to avoid a loss to upset-minded Brattleboro.
Kasandra Wiggett went 3-for-4 with three RBIs and Allie Rutz drove in two runs to help lead the Hornets (16-1) at the plate, while Rutz earned the win with a seven-inning effort.
Devin Millenck had a double, a run and am RBI and Maddy Derosia drove in two runs for the Colonels, who finish the season at 8-9.
• (2) Mount Anthony 8, (7) Missisquoi 0: Baylee Ports twirled a two-hit shutout and Mount Anthony rolled past visiting Missisquoi.
Ports struck out eight in her complete game pitching performance, Keira Goodell knocked in two runs and Morgan Hewitt had two hits and two runs scored for the Patriots (17-1).
Emma Getty took the loss for Missisquoi, who finish the season at 11-7.
• (3) Colchester 3, (6) Mount Mansfield 1: Allie Sheets struck out five batters to help Colchester past Mount Mansfield.
Suleika Torres went 2-for-2 with a double for the Lakers, who advance to face No. 2 Mount Anthony in the semifinals on Tuesday.
Dani Bushey was 2-for-3 for the Cougars, who finish the season at 13-5.
• (4) BFA-St. Albans 13, (5) U-32 0: Maria Machia allowed just three hits and struck out 12 to pitch BFA-St. Albans to the D-I semifinals with a win over U-32.
Chrissy Lawton had three hits, including a double to pace the Comets (15-3) offense, while Justina Lumbra, Mariah Boudreau and Devan Blodget each had two hits.
Avery Albergham had two hits for the Raiders, who finish the season at 14-3.
• (1) BFA-Fairfax 11, (8) Lyndon 2: Kayla Nester launched a three-run home run and BFA-Fairfax stayed undefeated with a win over Lyndon in the D-II quarterfinals.
Kayla Mathieu earned the win with nine strikeouts and Chloe White had three hits and three RBIs for the Bullets (16-0).
Fairfax will face No. 4 Milton in the semifinals on Monday.
Paige Carr and Gracie Ducker each had an RBI doubles for Lyndon, who finishes the season at 10-8.
• (4) Milton 3, (5) Middlebury 1: Katie struck out 12 and walked nine in a one-hit, complete-game win, guiding Milton past Middlebury.
Rayner also doubled and drove in a run, while Kaitlin Reilly, Kara Donaldson and Brielle McDonald each had two hits. Marissa Bleakley added an RBI single for Milton, which scored all three runs in the second inning.
Losing pitcher Payton Buxton struck out five in the complete game. Buxton also had Middlebury’s lone hit.
• (7) Randolph 1, (2) Fair Haven 0: Rachel Johnson had 14 strikeouts and a complete game shutout to help Randolph upset host Fair Haven in the D-II quarterfinals.
The Galloping Ghosts will face No. 3 Springfield on Monday in the semifinals.
Fair Haven ends the season at 12-5.
• (6) Windsor 6, (3) Bellows Falls 0: Ashlee Bly threw a four-hitter and aided her cause by picking up three hits and an RBI in Windsor’s win at Bellows Falls.
Brianna Wright added two hits and an RBI for the Yellow Jackets.
Bellows Falls starter Murphy Hicks scattered 10 hits and fanned five in the loss.
• (4) Thetford 1, (5) Peoples 0: Thetford scored the only run of the game on a error in the bottom of the seventh inning to grab the win over visiting Peoples.
With two one and two outs, Brooke Horniak flied a ball to centerfield that went in and out of the outfielder’s glove for the winning score.
Horniak also picked up the win, pitching seven innings and striking out three, for Thetford (12-5).
• (2) Richford 15, (7) Enosburg 0: Sadie Fuller was 2-for-3 at the plate with four RBIs as Richford shut out visiting Enosburg.
Amanda Cunningham was 2-for-5 with three runs scores and Hannah Gleason drove in three runs on a single, double and triple for the Rockets (15-2). Alex Benoit struck out 11 to earn the win in the circle.
Emilee Bose took the loss for Enosburg, who finish the season at 10-8.
• (8) Danville 6, (1) Poultney 5: Danville 6, Poultney 5: Visiting Danville plated two runs in the seventh inning to upset Poultney.
Sam Prescott doubled among her two hits and Jackie White also had two hits while scoring two runs for Danville.