ESSEX – Kathleen Young provided the first three goals and Essex rolled to a 7-0 win over Rutland in high school girls hockey.
Amanda Sinkewicz, Sarah Tobey, Julie Pierce and Hannah Palmer also scored for the Hornets (13-6) and Melanie Theriault dished out three assists. Victoria Gibson and Vika Simons combined in the shutout.
Carolyn Laird had 32 saves for Rutland (7-10-2) and Kelsey Eddy added eight.
• South Burlington 3, Northfield 0: Erin Church had 27 saves as visiting South Burlington earned a shutout win at Northfield.
Sarah Fisher struck twice and Rachel Pitcher added the third goal for the Rebels (7-12).
The Marauders fall to 12-4-3.
• Spaulding 4, BFA-St. Albans 2: Jessica Scott scored twice in the first period on her way to a hat trick as visiting Spaulding toppled BFA-St. Albans.
Alison Ahearn also scored and Morgan Gosselin made 32 saves for the Crimson Tide (9-8), who led 3-0 after one period.
Jade Remillard and Elena Brigham scored for the Comets (8-8-2) and Haley Cooper had 14 saves.
• Rice 7, Woodstock 0: Caroline Provost and Haleigh Byrnes had two goals apiece as host Rice blanked Woodstock.
Hailey Flynn, Dempsey Cronin and Michaela Forgione also scored, Paige Tremblay had two helpers and Emma Forgione earned the shutout for the Green Knights (9-8-1).
Annabell Lessard stopped 31 shots for the Wasps.
• Middlebury 3, Burr and Burton 0: Andi Boe scored in the first period and Helen Anderson and Emma Best struck in the final period as Middlebury blanked visiting Burr and Burton.
Baily Ryan worked a 17-save shutout for Middlebury (15-5). Molly Dingley made 11 saves for BBA (11-7-1).
Mount Mansfield’s Alec Eschholz, center, clears the final hurdle en route to winning the Division I boys 55-meter hurdles on Saturday at Norwich University.
• U-32 8, Burlington-Colchester 4: Michaela Bernier pumped in five goals and visiting U-32 finished with the upper hand in a shootout with Burlington-Colchester at Leddy Park.
Megan Ryan, Cricket Basa and Madison Woodard also scored for the Raiders who got 21 saves from Chloe Sairs.
Dakota Bilodeau scored twice for the SeaLakers (8-10-1) and Makayla Lessor and Grace Hickey each added a single tallies. Jenna Blondin made 20 saves.
• North Country 7, Stowe 0: Whitney Bernier staked host North Country a one-goal lead after one period and Anyas Morin pumped in a hat trick as the Falcons routed Stowe.
• Champlain Valley 7, Colchester 3: Jack Locker (two goals) led five scorers for host Champlain Valley in a win over Colchester.
Colin Vincent, Matt Palmer, Oscar Kelly, Elliott Mitchell and Joe Parento also scored for the 12-6-1 Redhawks. Greg Talbert and Ty Parker combined for 19 saves.
Jared Rylant, Tate Hamblet and Jake Stebbins tallied for the Lakers (5-13-1). Erik Swan and Jake Rocheleau teamed up for 22 saves.
• BFA-St. Albans 4, Rice 0: Scoring three times in the third period, host BFA-St. Albans pulled away from Rice.
Hunter Kiroauc, Matt Needleman, Kyle Cioffi and Hunter Laroe had single goals for the Bobwhites (12-6-1). Tanner Cioffi added two assists and Nate Muller had 23 saves.
Wolveridge Langan made 28 saves for the Green Knights.
• Middlebury 5, Missisquoi 3: Colton Leno and Seamus Eagan each tallied twice and visiting Middlebury edged Missisquoi.
Justin Stone also scored, Tyler Crowningshield had two assists and Sawyer Ryan stopped 22 shots for the Tigers.
Jake Hubbard (two goals) and Logan Day scored for the Thundberbirds, who got a 17-save outing from Ian Walsh.
• Spaulding 4, South Burlington 0: Chandler Cressey and Denver Heath netted first-period goals and Justin Laperle earned the shutout as Spaulding blanked visiting South Burlington.
• Woodstock 1, Harwood 1: Steven Townley equalized on a third-period power play and host Woodstock skated to a draw with Harwood.
Ryan Garrand tallied on a second-period power play for the Highlanders (13-3-3) and Niilo Tulkki had 20 saves.
Connor Black made 27 stops for the Wasps (12-5-2).
• Mount Mansfield 2, Burr and Burton 2: Jackson Wright scored twice as visiting Mount Mansfield (7-12-1) clawed out a draw with Burr and Burton (6-10-2).
• U-32 4, Northfield 1: Visiting U-32 hung four first-period goals on Northfield en route to victory.
Colby Brochu (assist), Kyle Verchereau (assist), Connor Barrett (assist) and David Woolaver each scored for the Raiders and Connor Carbo turned away 19 shots.
Cory Doney got a goal back for the Marauders in the second period and Riley Corey made 23 stops.
• Mount Mansfield 61, Spaulding 44: Ahead by five at halftime, host Mount Mansfield used a 20-9 fourth-quarter run to pull away from Spaulding.
Kyle Adams put up a double-double of 21 points and 11 rebounds for the Cougars (13-5). Alec Eschholz netted 20 points and Kyle Simanskas chipped in eight.
Troy Evans had 14 points for the Crimson Tide.
• Williamstown 73, Twinfield 62: Hunter McLaughlin pumped in 27 points and snared 20 rebounds to power Williamstown’s second-half rally to beat Twinfield at the Barre Auditorium.
Brandon Carrier added 15 points and nine assists for the 14-4 Blue Devils while DJ Stone tossed in 10 points.
Matt Codling (22 points) and Eli Wilson (21) led the way for the Trojans. Caleb Martin tallied 13.
• Cabot 53, Rochester 35: Visiting Cabot built an 18-4 lead after one quarter and held firm the rest of the way to top Rochester.
Ian Nally led the Huskies (10-8) with 10 points. Seth Herrick-Trombley and Mark Schumacher added eight points apiece as all eight players scored.
Troy Walker had a game-high 16 for the Rockets.
• Williamstown 92, Twinfield 44: Six players tallied in double figures for Williamstown, paced by 18 from Dani Jesmonth, as the Blue Devils stormed past Twinfield at the Barre Auditorium to finish the season 20-0.
Jayme Ducharme chipped in with 12 points, while Carissa Carrier, Shayna Guild, Logan Metcalf and Sarah Bellavance added 11 apiece.
Shannon Cookson put up 15 for the Trojans.
• Thetford 74, Montpelier 22: Visiting Thetford routed Montpelier to lock up the top seed for the Division III tournament.
Michaela Pomeroy finished with 24 points, nine steals, nine assists and eight rebounds to lead the 19-1 Panthers and Kayley Gray chipped in with 10 points.
• Enosburg 31, Northfield 23: Emilee Bose put up Enosburg with 12 points and hauled in eight rebounds as Enosburg held off visiting Northfield.
The Hornets (15-5) led 12-11 at halftime.
Rhiannon Page tallied 14 points for the Mauraders (4-16).
• Lamoille 51, Randolph 33: Ahead by eight at the break, host Lamoille raced away with a 22-14 run in the final quarter to top Randolph.
Katelin Collins had 16 points to lead the Lancers (11-7). Jasmine Dakota-Arnold tossed in 12 and Emily Peavey added 10.
Mariah Rilling paced the Galloping Ghosts (6-14) with 10 points
• Peoples 45, Stowe 43: Lyn Washer had 15 points and Megan LaMare 14 as host Peoples (5-15) edged Stowe.
Emma Buonnano matched Washer’s game-high 15 points for the Raiders (12-8) and Ashley Raymond tossed in 10.