Four players found the back of the net for South Burlington in a 4-2 win over Burlington-Colchester in high school girls hockey at Leddy Park.
Sarah Fisher, Rachel Pitcher, Katie Young and Sarah O’Rourke each had a goal for the Rebels (5-5). Tashia Pashby-Rockwood made 11 saves to earn the win.
Tatum Vachereau and Grace Hickey each scored for the SeaLakers (3-7) and Jenn Blondin stopped 16 shots.
• Hanover, N.H. 5, BFA-St. Albans 1: Eliza Laycock and Sarah Wagner each scored two goals as Hanover, N.H. downed BFA-St. Albans for the second time this season.
Matti Hartman added one goal and two assists for Hanover, who got eight stops from Kiely Smiga-McMnaus.
Taylor Jackson scored for the Comets (4-5) and Gabbi Metz made 33 saves.
• Northfield 2, Rutland 1 (OT): Lindsey Bergeron converted a pass from Kristen Dukette just 10 seconds into overtime to give Northfield the win over visiting Rutland.
Claudia Gee scored for the Maruaders (10-1) in the third period, with Kat Miles earning the assist.
Kailie Madison answered for the Raiders (5-4) a minute later to tie the game.
Kelsey Eddy made 38 saves in a losing effort for Rutland, while Annalise Morvan stopped seven shots for Northfield.
• Missisquoi 9, Woodstock 0: Eight players scored to lead Missisquoi past host Woodstock.
Jenna Bourdea had two goals and an assist for the Thunderbirds (6-4), while Olivia Thayer, Tara Ouimette, Karley Zier, Caitlin Fortin, Shania Gagne, Mikaela Martin and Alyssa Audet all had a goal.
• Essex 2, Colchester 1 (OT): Essex scored late in the third period to knot the game at 1 and then won it in overtime with a power play goal.
Jake Gaboriault tied the game with three minutes remaining in the third period and then assisted on Mike Croce’s game-winner 34 seconds into overtime for the unbeaten Hornets (9-0-2).
Zac Godin and Zach McGinnis each earned an assist on Gaboriault’s score, while Alex Giummo added a helper on Croce’s tally. Erik Short stopped 18 shots.
Ryan Flanagan scored for Colchester (3-7-1) early in the first period. Erik Swan made 28 stops.
• U-32 9, Mount Mansfield 3: Connor Barrett scored three goals and dished out an assist as U-32 blew past visiting Mount Mansfield.
Colby Brochu had two goals and an assist for the Raiders (5-6), while Dalton James and Conner Rice also tallied twice.
Kyle Wright had two goals for Mount Mansfield (4-9) and Pheonix Lamonda had 28 saves.
• BFA-St. Albans 4, Rice 0: Hunter Kirouac scored half of BFA-St. Albans in its win over Rice at Cairns Arena.
BFA’s Sam Shorey and Matt Boudreau also scored while Sean Hengemule (12 saves) split time in net with Nate Muller (six).
Wolveridge Langan made 18 saves for Rice (3-8).
• Middlebury 6, Stowe 2: Justin Stone scored two goals and picked up an assist as host Middlebury used four second-period goals to seize command.
Tyler Crowingshield, Colton Leno, Eli Tucker and Andrew Gleason also scored for the Tigers (4-3-2) and Nathan Lalonde had three assists. Sawyer Ryan made 19 saves.
Stowe’s Sam Lively and Cole Whitaker scored and Dylan Whitaker stopped 20 shots.
• Burr and Burton 3, Hartford 1: Andy Ishu tucked away Burr and Burton’s first two goals and Tyler King added the insurance as the Bulldogs beat host Hartford.
Kevin Souls finished with 13 saves in the win for BBA (3-5-1).
Tyler Hamilton scored for the Hurricanes (2-8) and Matt Libuda made 23 saves.
• Brattleboro 8, Northfield 6: John Pelso and Evan Perkins each scored two goals for Brattleboro in a high-scoring win over Northfield.
Tom Curtis, Braxton Lynn, and Deelan Lomergan also tallied for the Colonels, who move back to .500 with a 5-5 record.
Cory Doney scored two goals to pace the Marauders (2-7), while Jackson Clayton, Eric Gerdes, Ethan Hatch and Kyle Reichmuth also found the back of the net.
Nick Perusse and Darin Hoyer combined to make eight saves in goal for Brattleboro.
• Harwood 5, Mississquoi 3: Eli Rivers and Connor Dow each had two goals for Harwood in the win over Missisquoi.
Ryan Garrand also scored for the Highlanders (8-3) and Niilo Tulkki made 28 saves to earn the win.
Zach Dezotelle, Mitchell Boudreau and Mason Bean allso scored for Missisquoi (8-3) and Ian Walsh had 27 saves.
• St. Johnsbury 11, Lyndon 0: Anton Gulko paced St. Johnsbury had four goals in a shutout win over Lyndon.
Brandon Wells added two goals for the Hilltoppers (6-3).
Zach Turcotte had 20 stops in net for Lyndon (0-9).
• Burlington 58, Brattleboro 18: Josh Hale tossed in 16 points and Burlington led Brattleboro 32-5 at the half en route to a road victory.
Asko Mostarlic and Mike Maynes each added 10 points for 8-1 BHS.
Lynden Bunker led Brattleboro with seven points.
• Winooski 59, Lake Region 55: Down by 11 at the start of the fourth quarter, host Winooski outscored visiting Lake Region 32-17 in the final stanza to earn the comeback win.
Jibril Abdullahi netted a game-high 21 points for the Spartans (7-1), going 5-of-6 at the foul line in the fourth quarter, while Eddie Lamson tossed in 18.
Dakota McAlister paced the Rangers (6-4) with 12 points and Austin Roberge added 11.
• Vergennes 53, BFA-Fairfax 59: Dylan Raymond scored 28 points to lead Vergennes to a 63-59 win at BFA-Fairfax.
Wes Miedema added 14 points and Adam Gill scored 12 for Vergennes (10-1).
Cam Place scored 18 and Evan McNall added 16 for the Bullets (5-5).
• Peoples 55, Stowe 31: A 21-4 first-quarter lead propelled host Peoples to a win against Stowe.
Carter Beeman pumped in a game-high 22 points for the Wolves (4-5), who had 12 players score.
Connor Dunkling paced the Raiders (0-7) with 18 points.
• Oxbow 62, U-32 59: Hayden Tomlinson scored two of his 14 points with 15 seconds remaining to lift Oxbow to a win over host U-32.
Matt Thompson led all scorers with 17 points for the Olympians (5-4), while Ben Emerson added 16 points
Kyle Graves and Kyle Booth each scored 12 points for the Raiders (5-5).
• Blue Mountain 58, Cabot 33: Brendan Winchester dropped 18 points, including four 3-pointers, to lead Blue Mountain to its first win of the season.
Mark Puffer added nine points and Matthew Page chipped in with eight points for Blue Mountain (1-5).
Seth Herrick-Trombley scored 15 points to lead Cabot (2-4).
• Twinfield 64, Rochester 41: Ahead 41-19 at intermission, host Twinfield (5-4) picked up a convincing win over Rochester behind 19 points from Matt Codling and 13 from Chase Ivey.
Trey Walker led the Rockets with 17 points.
• Enosburg 70, Richford 26: Four players scored 16 points each for Enosburg in a win over Richford.
Calvin Carter, Cam Caforia, Caleb LaRoche and Matt Perley each tallied 16 for the Hornets (5-5).
Deli Hue scored 12 points for Richford (4-3).
Hazen 67, Danville 15: Jake Gilchrist scored 20 of his 23 points in the first half as Hazen downed Danville.
Alex Vetere added 10 points for Hazen (5-3).
Grady Peterson had seven points to lead Danville (4-5).
• Champlain Valley 55, Mount Abraham 16: Laurel Jaunich led nine Champlain Valley scoreres with 15 points as the Redhawks improved to 10-0 at Mount Abraham’s expense.
Sadie Otley produced a rare double-double of 10 points and 11 steals for CVU.
Emma Carter led Mount Abe with five points.
• Brattleboro 38, Burlington 23: Brattleboro only allowed one point in the first quarter as part of a win over visiting Burlington.
Maddy Derosia had 14 points to lead all scorers and Gabrielle Carpenter added eight points for the Colonels (5-3).
Haien Thach scored five points to lead Burlington (5-6).
• Essex 52, U-32 36: Mychaela Harton scored 18 points as Essex ran past host U-32.
Taylor Truax added 14 points for the Hornets, who move to 8-3.
Elizabeth Ksepka had 10 points to lead U-32 (7-3) and Andrea Simmons chipped in with nine points.
• Colchester 46, Middlebury 43: Down by four at halftime, visiting Colchester rallied past Middlebury.
Saige Papriello led the Lakers with 11 points.
Keagan Dunbar put up 18 points and nine rebounds for the 0-9 Tigers and Krissandra Provencher added 14 points and eight rebounds.
• Lyndon 50, Lamoille 45: Shaylan Mosher scored four of her 11 points from the foul line in the fourth quarter to ice Lyndon’s home win over Lamoille.
Riley Nichols added 10 points for 7-3 Lyndon.
Jasmine Daigle-Arnold powered Lamoille (6-3) with 15 points. Emily Peck tossed in 10.
• Williamstown 55, Randolph 37: Cruising to a 21-3 lead after one quarter, host Williamstown topped Randolph.
Dani Jesmonth paved the way with 16 points for the Blue Devils (8-0) and Shayna Guild added seven points, five assists and five steals.
Mariah Rilling had 12 points for the Galloping Ghosts (3-6).
• Thetford 36, Rivendell 28: Michaela Pomeroy scored 11 points and grabbed 12 rebounds to lead Thetford past Rivendell in a defensive battle.
Regan Covey added six points for the Panthers (10-1).
Teyo Ameden and Jen DuBois each had eight points for the Raptors (5-4).
• Enosburg 57, Missisquoi 39: A 23-point outing from Emilee Bose fueled visiting Enosburg’s win over Missisquoi.
Autumn Beyor and Adrianna Lagrow had eight point apiece for the Thunderbirds (3-7).
• St. Johnsbury 48, Hartford 24: Caroline O’Shea and Molly Fried tallied 11 points apiece to lead host St. Johnsbury past Hartford (0-10).
Taylor Belknap tossed in 10 for the Hilltoppers (3-7), who led 22-13 at halftime.