Noah Ferris knocked in a rebound chance at 5:11 of the second overtime and the Essex High School boys soccer team topped Burlington in high school boys soccer action at Buck Hard Field on Monday.
Tristan Salgado, who set up the winner, struck for the equalizer in the 27th minute for Essex (5-2).
Mohamud Hussein gave BHS (5-2) a 1-0 lead 12:15 into the second half.
Brendan Bean stopped four shots for the Hornets. Niels Arentzen had seven for the Seahorses.
•South Burlington 3, Colchester 2 (OT): Patrick O’Hara provided the late heroics, scoring with five seconds to play in the first overtime to lead South Burlington past host Colchester.
O’Hara also scored in the first half, as did teammate Amerlin Nemaye and Colchester’s Diatorou Drame as the teams forged a 2-2 halftime deadlock.
Thomas Colgrove made six saves for the Lakers (4-2-1) while Tyler Ayers recorded half that many for the Rebels (6-1).
•BFA-Fairfax 5, Winooski 4: Evan McNall’s second goal came seven minutes into overtime and BFA-Fairfax outlasted host Winooski in a back-and-forth affair.
Alex Ferguson, who assisted McNall’s opening tally, sent the game into overtime with a penalty kick in the final minute.
Jibril Abdulahi scored twice in the first half to give Winooski a 3-1 halftime lead. Fairfax tied it on goals by Nick Degree and Joshua Coon, four minutes apart, and Bishal Limbu’s goal pushed the Spartans back in front in the 72nd minute before Ferguson’s PK.
Eh Man also tallied and Abdi Ali Mohamed stopped five shots for Winooski.
Bastion Taylor had nine saves for the Bullets.
•Champlain Valley 3, Mount Mansfield 0: Will Yakubik, Cooper O’Connell and Owen McCuin fired in first-half goals as host Champlain Valley improved to 7-0 at the midpoint of the regular season.
Aidan Johnson and George Davis combined to stop two shots. MMU’s Joshua Graning made eight saves.
•Milton 3, Enosburg 0: Milton struck for three second half goals and cruised past Enosburg.
Carson Bianchi, Jake McNeil and Cam Goodrich scored the goals for Milton (3-3).
Alex Dooley recorded five saves for Milton and Hunter Bosley and Adam Martin combined to make 10 for Enosburg.
•Harwood 1, Montpelier 1: Cyrus Zschau scored with five minutes left and Harwood earned a draw with Montpelier.
Paul Farrell scored with 15 minutes left on a penalty kick for the Solons’ tally.
• BFA-St. Albans 4, North Country 0: Noah Walsh notched a hat trick and host BFA-St. Albans doubled its 2-0 halftime lead in the second half in the win over North Country.
Chris Myers-Kinney had a goal and assist and Alex Grismore earned two assists for BFA (6-1). Nick Hayden worked a two-save shutout.
•Stowe 3, U-32 2: Emma Buonanno’s goal 10 minutes into the second half gave host Stowe a 3-1 lead in its win over U-32.
Mackenzie Matckie and Nicole McNabb also tallied and Zoe Ruffle made eight saves for Stowe (4-2).
Cilla Wanzer had both goals and Natalie Lavigne turned back four shots for U-32 (4-2).
•Peoples 3, Lamoille 2: Lily Metzler scored one minute into the second half to break a 1-1 tie and Peoples went on for the win at Lamoille.
McKenna Montminy and Darien Dubic also scored.
Olivia Abair scored Lamoille’s goals.
•Rice 2, Montpelier 0: Clare Sheahan and Megan Collins had the goals in Rice’s win over visiting Montpelier.
Montpelier’s Emily Bashar had 24 saves.
•U-32 3, Milton 0: Megan Ryan’s hat trick included her first goal of the season in U-32’s win over host Milton.
•Harwood 3, Stowe 0: Margo Nolan, Emma Helmken and Dahrian Sheltra scored in host Harwood’s win.