STOWE – Seraphin Iradukunda floated a shot from 40 yards out that found its way into the back of the net to lift the Burlington High School boys soccer team to a 2-1 win over Stowe in overtime on Friday.
Alex Dinklage scored the first Seahorses’ goal, while Jonas Lobe earning the assist on the play. Burlington moves to 2-0 with the win.
Chad Haggerty scored for Stowe (0-1) and Mark Infante made seven stops in goal.
• Middlebury 1, Colchester 1: Middlebury and Colchester scored six minutes apart but neither team could find a second tally.
Jacod Blow scored for Colchester (1-0-1) in the 29th minute, with Patrick Desmond earning the assist.
Jonathan Fitzcharles answered for the Tigers (0-1-1) in the 36th minute.
Wilder Perera had nine saves for Middlebury, while Thomas Colgrove made one stop for the Lakers.
• Milton 3, Mount Mansfield 2: Milton scored three goals in the final 15 minutes to come back and earn a win over Mount Mansfield.
Cam Goodrich (one assist), Colby Gay and Carson Bianchi each scored for the Yellowjackets (1-1). Alex Dooley had four saves.
Jake Eriksson and Phoenix Lamonda had a goal for Mount Mansfield (0-2), while Josh Graning made seven stops.
• BFA-St. Albans 4, North Country 3 (OT): Noah Welch struck three minutes into overtime to help BFA-St. Albans get past North Country.
Ben Thibault, Sean Hengemuhle and Brady Green each had a goal for the Bobwhites (2-0) and Nick Hayden made eight saves.
Dawson Cote, Henok Palin and Derrick Breault tallied for the Falcons (0-1), while Hunter March had 11 stops.
•South Burlington 4, Missisquoi 0: Patrick O’Hara tucked away two goals and visiting South Burlington struck twice in the final three minutes of the first half to drop Missisquoi.
Amerle Nemeye and Mike Flaherty also tallied for the Rebels (2-0), while Tyler Ayers and Josh Phillips combined for five saves.
Shane Laroche made five stops for the Thunderbirds (0-2).
• Lake Region 4, Lyndon 0: Riley Urie had two goals and Lake Region cruised to a win over Lyndon.
Bailey Turner and Brady Perron also scored for the Rangers (2-0) and Danny Epinette earned the shutout with two stops.
Lyndon drops to 0-1.
• Montpelier 4, Vergennes 3 (OT): Davor Vukoja netted the game-winner in overtime and added two assists as Montpelier edged host Vergennes.
Isaac Avery-Padberg (two goals) and Paul Farrell also scored for the Solons (2-0) and Reed Browning dished out two helpers. Zach Vanden Bergh had nine saves.
Max Ratti-Bicknell, Camden Simpson (one assist) and Ezekiel Palmer each had a goal for the Commodores (0-2), while Ethan Sausville and Antonio Ruggiero combined to made nine stops.
• Enosburg 2, Lamoille 1: Parker Snow scored in the second half to break a tie and help Enosburg capture the win over Lamoille.
Jyi Larivee tallied the other Hornets (1-1) goal and Noah Swainbank had an assist on the gamewinner. Adam Martin earned the win with four saves.
Davi Studart had a goal for Lamoille (0-2) and Marcus Holmes and Aidan Foley combined for four stops.
•Richford 6, United Christian 2: Alvaro Cardona dialed up a hat trick as host Richford toppled United Christian.
Taylor Pike, Devon Coons and Brandon Fuller also scored for the Falcons and Colby Coons made six saves.
Jihoon Park tallied twice for United Christian.
• Mount Mansfield 3, Mount Abraham 2 (OT): Allie Biancho struck with less than two minutes left in overtime to lift Mount Mansfield past visiting Mount Abraham.
Abby Carter and Perry Willett also scored for the Cougars, who move to 1-1. Jess Peura made six saves to earn the win in goal.
Hannah Wahl and Jalen Cook scored for the Eagles (0-1), while Danielle Morse and Samantha Bruce combined for five saves.
• Essex 2, Rice 1 (OT): Abbie Evans tallied in overtime to complete the comeback for host Essex over Rice.
Rice (1-1) opened the scoring in the first half, with Megan Collins scoring on an assist from Sierra Combs. Emily Ratchek made seven saves.
The Hornets (2-0) answered with a goal from Avery MacGillivray in the second before Evans won it in OT. Jenna Puleo and Erun Murphy had assists.
Mady Corkum had six stops to earn the win.
• South Burlington 1, Colchester 0: South Burlington started the season off with a win, scoring early and then holding off visiting Colchester.
Kate Hall tallied for the Rebels (1-0) with less than three minutes remaining in the first half. Katie Young earned the assist on the play. Liz Sargent made two stops to earn the clean sheet.
Abby Ladd led the Lakers (0-1) with 16 saves.
• Colchester 6, Rutland 3: Brenna McMannon and Kelsey Couchon each scored two goals as Colchester emerged with the win over Rutland in a high-scoring affair.
Jenna Baillargeon and Greetja Scheller each added a goal for the Lakers (2-0) and Danielle Whitham had seven stops.
Brooke Woodard tallied all three Rutland (2-1) goals — all in the first half — and Loren Henderson made 18 saves.
• Peoples 2, Williamstown 0: Lily Metzler scored once in each half to help Peoples to a win over Williamstown.
Metzler’s first tally was assisted by Jamie Barrett and Lucia Kelly earned the assist on the second for Peoples (1-1). Veronica Petro got the shutout with seven stops.
Sidney Day had eight saves for the Blue Devils (0-1).