Roundup: Burlington outlasts Rice in overtime

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Roundup: Burlington outlasts Rice in overtime

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Burlington goalie Niels Arentzen leaps to catch the ball during the boys soccer game between the the Burlington Seahorses and the Rice Green Knights on Tuesday.

Burlington goalie Niels Arentzen leaps to catch the ball during the boys soccer game between the the Burlington Seahorses and the Rice Green Knights on Tuesday.

Seraphin Iradukunda buried his second goal in the first overtime and Burlington, after giving up a two-goal lead, toppled Rice 4-3 in high school boys soccer Tuesday.

Peter Makuni sent a through ball to Iradukunda, who slotted a right-footed shot to the far corner past Rice goalie Leland Gazo (11 saves).

Makuni (penalty kick), Iradukunda and Joel Atutor gave BHS a 3-1 halftime lead before Louis Gazo and Evan Rouleau had second-half tallies for Rice, the latter tying the game with 6:06 to play.

Niels Arentzen made 12 saves for BHS (5-0), which surpassed last year’s win total. Sam Dickin finished a penalty kick attempt for Rice’s first-half goal.

Champlain Valley 6, Middlebury 0: Nate Coffin scored twice, in the 46th and 48th minutes, and host Champlain Valley rolled over Middlebury.

Will Yakubik, Cooper O’Connell, Dillon Hamrell and Owen McCuin also scored for 5-0 CVU, which has yet to yield a goal this season.

Aidan Johnson and George Davis each made one save in splitting goalkeeping duties for CVU.

Middlebury’s Wilder Perera made six stops.

South Burlington 3, U-32 1: Amerlin Nemaye struck for the go-ahead goal in the 52nd minute, two minutes after visiting U-32 equalized, to lift South Burlington to the win.

Nemaye also opened the scoring with a penalty kick in the fifth minute. Patrick O’Hara added an insurance tally in the 72nd minute, converting a free kick for the Rebels (4-1). Tyler Ayers backstopped the win with three saves.

Harrison Bushnell tied the game 1-1 for the Raiders (1-3) in the 50th minute while Mackinley Shaffer and Derek Cote combined for nine saves.

BFA-St. Albans 6, Mount Mansfield 2: Ben Thibault scored two first-half goals and Alex Grismore added two tallies after the break in BFA-St. Albans’ win at Mount Mansfield.

Chris Trivieres and Noah Walsh also scored and Nick Hayden made two saves for the Bobwhites (5-0).

MMU’s Kieran Bhave scored both goals and Josh Graning made nine stops.

Enosburg 4, BFA-Fairfax 1: Noah Swainbank scored on a pair of set pieces – including a penalty kick – and host Enosburg tallied four answered goals to top BFA-Fairfax.

Parker Snow and Aidan Remillard also tallied and Adam Martin turned back seven shots for Enosburg (3-1).

Alex Ferguson scored on a free kick and Isaac Collins and Bastian Taylor combined to make 11 stops for the Bullets.

Mount Abraham 2, Milton 1: Nick Catlin struck with seven minutes to play and visiting Mount Abraham edged Milton.

Dylan Weaver scored to give the Eagles (3-2) a 1-0 lead at halftime before Ryan Brown tied the contest early in the second half for Milton (1-3).

Nick Szczecinski made five saves for Mount Abraham while Alex Dooley turned aside six shots for Milton.

Stowe 1, Spaulding 0: Alex Nissenbaum scored and visiting Stowe picked up its first win of the season, blanking Spaulding.

Mark Infante made five saves for Stowe (1-3). Brad Romeo had five for Spaulding (2-3).

Montpelier 13, Oxbow 0: Eleven players scored for visiting Montpelier, led by two goals apiece from Reed Browning and Davour Vukoja, as the Solons (3-1) routed Oxbow.

Missisquoi 3, Vergennes 0: Michael Wright notched a hat trick to fuel host Missisquoi’s win over Vergennes.

Camden Simpson scored the lone goal for the Commodores, equalizing in the 48th minute.

Shane Laroche made six saves in the win for the Thunderbirds (1-3). Ethan Sausville had seven stops for Vergennes.

St. Johnsbury 6, Peoples 1: Matteo Dill assisted the opening goal and struck for two of his own in the second half as host St. Johnsbury cruised past Peoples.

Matthew Graciano had a goal and an assist, Ishyaka Katarebe opened the scoring and Andrew Burroughs also tallied for SJA. The final SJA goal came on a Peoples own goal.

Lake Region 9, Danville 0: Riley Urie (two assists), Matt Lawlor and Nick LeBlanc each scored twice as visiting Lake Region blanked Danville.

Matt Menard dished out three assists for the Rangers (5-0) and Caleb Derbyshire made five saves.

Tim White stopped 18 shots for the Indians.

Lyndon 0, Lamoille 0: Lyndon’s Leopoldo Sart and Lamoille’s Marcus Holmes each turned back three shots in the teams’ draw in Hyde Park.

Sharon 3, Twinfield 0: Harvey Kelly scored the opening goal and assisted Sam Knoerlein’s second-half strike in Sharon’s win at Twinfield.

Carter Blanchard scored the final goal. and Thatcher Morrison made four saves.

GIRLS SOCCER

Richford 1, Winooski 0: Alex Benoit converted a feed from Allie O’Brien to propel host Richford to a narrow win over Winooski.

Sadie Fuller earned the shutout in goal for the 3-1-1 Rockets.

FIELD HOCKEY

U-32 4, Missisquoi 0: Four players scored as host U-32 blanked Missisquoi.

Sam Fielder, Emma Curchin, Jasmine Moody and Natalie Hayes each tallied on a rebound effort for the Raiders (4-0) and Caitlin O’Kelly had six saves.

Mikayla Hull made 15 saves for the Thunderbirds.

Harwood 2, Lyndon 0: Margo Nolan had a goal and an assist and host Harwood shut out Lyndon.

Emma Helmken tallied the opener for the Highlanders, while Quillyn Peterson (two saves) and Emma Cosgrove (one save) combined for the shutout in net.

Bryana Trottier and Alyssa Lennord combined for seven saves for the Vikings.

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