ST. ALBANS – Connor Quinn found the back of the net with two seconds to play, capping Middlebury’s three-goal fourth-quarter comeback and 6-5 win over BFA-St. Albans in high school boys lacrosse on Tuesday.
Quinn also had an assist for the 6-1 Tigers. Jack Donahue struck twice while Jack Hounchell and Bobby Ritter supplied a goal and an assist. Sam Kilburn made 10 saves in the victory.
James Konrad and Tanner Cioffi (assist) each scored twice while Hunter Kirouac added a single tally and Cam Russell had two assists for the Bobwhites (4-2).
Brandon Peebles stacked up 20 saves for BFA.
• Essex 16, St. Johnsbury 3: Noah Ferris supplied three goals and an assist in Essex’s win over visiting St. Johnsbury.
Connor Leblanc (assist) and Caleb Weinhagen each scored twice while Avery Lamphere and Andrew Lounsbury combined to make five saves for the Hornets.
Dallas Leach had two goals and Matt Emery made eight saves for SJA.
• South Burlington 15, Colchester 3: Cam Nolting totaled two goals and six assists in South Burlington’s win at Colchester.
Ben Sievers and Dylan Avery each put up four goals and an assist while Nick Licinsky and Kyle Murakami had two goals apiece for the Lakers (6-3). Mike Blauvelt stopped seven shots.
Abe Trabulsy led three Colchester goal scorers with a goal and an assist. Cam LeClair made 14 saves for Colchester (3-5).
• Champlain Valley 12, Spaulding 1: William Braun, Noah Kiernan and Mason Cohn each scored two goals and visiting Champlain Valley led 5-0 after the first quarter en route to the win over Spaulding.
Chris Gronlund made eight saves for CVU (3-4). Spaulding’s Matt Thompson stopped 15.
• Stowe 15, Vergennes 2: Chad Haggerty, Connor Loughran and Graham Shields each scored three goals to power Stowe at Vergennes.
Tyler Crowningshield scored twice and Broc Clark made 14 saves for Vergennes.
Dylan Whitaker stopped three shots for Stowe.
• Middlebury 12, Champlain Valley 9: Emma Best (assist) and Emma Donahue each supplied three goals as Middlebury seized the win at Champlain Valley.
Emily Kiernan had two goals and an assist and Katie Holmes added two goals for Middlebury (4-0). Baily Ryan made nine saves.
Annie Keen (four goals, assist), Megan Gannon (three goals, assist) and Emma Owens (two goals) led CVU (3-0). Bailee Pudvar had 16 saves.
• Stowe 14, Harwood 7: Zoe Ruffle totaled five goals and Bailey Sherwin scored three times as Stowe doubled up Harwood.
Meg O’Shea led Harwood with four goals and Willow Barbero Menzel turned back 11 shots.
Stowe’s Emma Porcelli made 12 saves.
• Green Mountain Valley 13, Stratton Mountain 3: Maddie Davis, Sophia Meynard, Nicole Leibundgut and Izzi Nolan each scored twice as host Green Mountain Valley improved to 4-0.
• South Burlington 4, Colchester 3: Noah Barton and Eddie Hockenbury had RBIs during a four-run first inning before South Burlington held on to beat visiting Colchester.
Noah Barton tacked on another RBI and winning pitcher Connor Bradley allowed six hits and three walks and struck out eight over five-plus innings for the 5-2 Rebels. Henry Cunningham tripled in the sixth.
Connor Barton had three hits an RBI and Jared Rylant went 1-for-3 with a double and RBI for the Lakers (6-1). Derek Sanderson was the losing pitcher.
• Rice 9, Burlington 2: Henry Conroy struck out nine and yielded three hits over 6 innings as Rice topped visiting Burlington.
Sean Remillard went 2-for-4 and Austin Purinton tripled to drive in two runs for Rice (7-0).
Burlington’s Zach Mazuzan suffered the setback.
• Champlain Valley 13, St. Johnsbury 1: Sam Mikell tossed six innings of two-hit ball and Champlain Valley scored in every inning as it topped host St. Johnsbury.
Will Potter (3-for-4, RBI), Mikell (RBI), Deagan Poland (RBI), Jack Dugan (two RBIs) and Nick Fecteau each had multi-hit games for the Redhawks (6-1).
Eli Wendell plated the Hilltopppers’ (3-4) lone run with a sacrifice fly and Eamon McCabe went five innings in the loss.
• Milton 24, Mount Abraham 6 (6): Visiting Milton rapped out 20 hits as it cruised to a win over Mount Abraham.
Logan Bean (three RBIs), Luke Covey (two RBIs) and Jesse Agan each had three hits for the Yellowjackets, who combined for 11 runs in the third and fourth innings to turn a 5-4 deficit into a 15-6 lead.
Nick Lamphere earned the win in 4 1/3 innings, striking out six batters.
• Essex 14, Spaulding 2: Winning pitcher Joey Robertson went 3-for-5 with two runs and an RBI as host Essex pounded out 19 hits in routing Spaulding.
Brian Godard smacked a three-run home run and finished 2-for-3 with four RBIs, while Eli Baez (two RBIs) and Jacob Gaboriault (RBI) each went 3-for-3 for Essex (4-3).
Tyler Roberge roped a two-run triple during a 2-for-3 day and Jeremy LeClair (RBI) and Noah Baez (RBI) also had two hits.
Jordan Godfrey had an RBI single among his two hits for Spaulding.
• Mount Mansfield 8, Missisquoi 0: James Gaboriault went 2-for-3 with a two-run double during a six-run second inning as Mount Mansfield dropped Missisquoi.
Frankie Lefebvre added a two-out RBI hit in the frame, while Kyle Leggett (2-for-3, three runs) and Nathan Peura (3-for-4) added RBI hits. Peura also earned the win, a two-hitter over six innings.
Cayden Theberge suffered the loss for MVU.
• BFA-St. Albans 6, North Country 3 (9): Visiting BFA-St. Albans scored three runs in the ninth, keyed by Cody Parah’s double, in the win over North Country.
Tyler Tatro and Levin Stanley each had two hits and Matt Sanders had a three-run double for BFA.
Colin Myrick (solo homer), Andrew Gonyaw (RBI double) and Seth Prue (RBI double) each had two hits for North Country.
• BFA-Fairfax 10, Enosburg 0: Three BFA-Fairfax pitchers combined to shut out visiting Enosburg.
Alex Chapman pitched four scoreless innings with six strikeouts to earn the win. Kyle Combs and Jake Hakey combined to toss three no-hit innings and Asa Hoover had a first-inning RBI double.
• Lamoille 11, Montpelier 1: Kody Jones went 2-for-3 with a triple and double and Eric Hoadley doubled among his two hits in Lamoille’s night win at Montpelier Rec Field.
Lamoille’s Hoadley carried a no-hitter into the seventh inning and finished with a two-hitter and 11 strikeouts.
• Randolph 8, Harwood 5: Winning pitcher Alex Delhagen went 3-for-4 with a double and Randolph benefited from Harwood’s late-inning errors to grab the win.
Delhagen walked one and yielded six hits and two runs over six innings, while Nick Jickling (double), Leland Goodenough (double) and Connor Baker each went 2-for-5.
Harwood’s Dylan Bailey and Sawyer Ladensack each doubled in 2-for-4 efforts.
• Vergennes 8, Middlebury 3: Chris Leach singled twice and drove in a run and Devon Kimball also had hits, including a double and RBI, as Vergennes won at Middlebury.
Calvin Deforges’s two hits included a double and RBI for Middlebury (0-4).
Hunter Conner earned the win, striking out seven, for Vergennes (2-3).
• Rice 6 Burlington 2: Ryann Dorain held Burlington hitless through four innings in dealing Rice to the season sweep of its rival.
Dorain finished with a two-hit, complete-game victory for 2-4 Rice. Nikki Talcott went 1-for-3 with two runs and Elise Prehoda had an RBI triple.
Audrey Nichols had two hits and an RBI and Hannah Fitzgerald doubled for BHS.
• Milton 5, Mount Abraham 1: Kara Donaldson smacked a three-run single in the sixth inning and Milton capitalized on Mount Abraham miscues to snatch the road win.
Katie Rayner tossed a three-hit complete game with 11 strikeouts and also drove in two runs at the plate to aid her win for Milton (5-2).
Rachael McCormick suffered the complete-game defeat with nine strikeouts for Mount Abraham (5-3).
• Missisquoi 8, Mount Mansfield 4: Emily Fournier, Tricia Wright and Lindsay Daly each had two hits and an RBI to fuel visiting Missisquoi’s victory over Mount Mansfield.
Lauren Perkins earned the complete-game victory, scattering nine hits and striking out four for the Thunderbirds (6-2), who owned a 5-1 lead after two innings.
Molly Burke had two hits while Sydney LeBourveau and Casey Munns had RBIs for the Cougars (4-3). LeBourveau also took the loss.
• Middlebury 4, Vergennes 1: Hannah Lawrence drove in two runs and Payton Buxton struck out nine in the complete-game victory to lead host Middlebury (1-2) past Vergennes.
Kayla Charron drove in the lone run for the Commodores and Taylor Aunchman went the distance in the loss.
• Essex 18, Spaulding 4: Jordan Appenzeller went 3-for-5 with four RBIs, Makena Thorn homered in a 2-for-6 effort and Essex toppled visiting Spaulding.
Allie Rutz drove in four runs, Michelle Kent and Megan Campo each had two hits and two RBIs and Victoria Bean’s three hits included two doubles for the 7-0 Hornets.
Thorn allowed two hits and four runs over five innings to earn the win. Spaulding’s Brook Benoit was tagged with the loss.
• St. Johnsbury 8, Champlain Valley 5: Molly Fried went 3-for-3 as St. Johnsbury knocked off visiting Champlain Valley.
Winning pitcher Bailey Thresher scattered eight hits and struck out three in the complete game, while Sarah Trahan and Latinamarie Webber contributed offensively with two hits apiece for SJA (4-3).
CVU’s Lila Ottinger, Claire Potter and Natalie Gagne each two hits and Hattie Roberts took the loss.
• Colchester 14, South Burlington 1: Brittany Isabelle drove in five runs and had two doubles, Samantha Messier picked up four singles and Colchester won at South Burlington.
Sienna Eisenhart singled and homered for SBHS.
Alli Sheets earned the complete-game win, striking out seven and allowing four hits for the Lakers, who scored five unearned runs in the second inning.
Becky Boarazzo suffered the loss for the Rebels.
• BFA-St. Albans 4, North Country 3: Maria Machia went the distance while striking out nine and scattering nine hits to push visiting BFA-St. Albans past North Country.
Emma Teague (2-for-4) hit a two-run homer in the fifth inning to give BFA (7-0) lead and Chrissy Lawton had three hits.
North Country’s Kylie Wright took the complete-game loss and hit a two-run homer. Kasey Champney (2-for-3) also homered for the 2-3 Falcons.
• BFA-Fairfax 11, Enosburg 1: Kayla Nester went 4-for-4 with a solo shot to open the bottom of the first inning, and BFA-Fairfax defeated visiting Enosburg.
Winning pitcher Kayla Mathieu tossed four scoreless innings with 11 strikeouts, while Brooke Hamel doubled twice and drove in four runs for the 6-0 Bullets.
Emily Lussier had two hits and Kylie Bryce had a RBI double in the seventh.
• Richford 17, Hazen 2 (5): Starter Alex Benoit, who struck out eight, and relief pitcher Amanda Cunningham combined to throw a five-inning no-hitter in Richford’s home win over Hazen.
Sarah Doe homered and doubled to drive in six runs in a 4-for-4 effort, while Morgan McAllister singled three times and scored three runs.
Hannah Gleason also homered and doubled and had four RBIs while Benoit picked up two singles for Richford (7-0).
• Randolph 19, Harwood 5: Rachael Johnson allowed two hits over five innings as Randolph dropped host Harwood.
Jenna Sprague (2-for-4, two runs) and Aubrey Pelletier (2-for-3, three runs) paced Randolph.
Harwood’s Becca Russell tripled, doubled and drove in two runs in a 3-for-4 afternoon.