ST. ALBANS – Casey Johnson scored with 12 seconds remaining in overtime to lift No. 5 South Burlington to a 14-13 win in the Division I girls lacrosse quarterfinals over No. 4 BFA-St. Albans on Saturday afternoon.
Johnson had four goals for the Rebels (13-5) and Ava Hultgren tallied four goals and two assists. Annika Nielsen added a hat trick and Carly Dingman chipped in with a goal and an assist for South Burlington, which will face No. 1 Burr and Burton in semifinals Tuesday.
Erin Shuttle paced the Comets with six goals, while Taylor Knapp and Hannah Earl each scored once. BFA wraps up the season at 10-5.
D-II BOYS LACROSSE
• (1) Rice Memorial 22, (9) Mount Abraham 9: Kyle Haskin registered five goals and two assists, David Boerman added three goals and two helpers and Rice brushed aside Mount Abraham.
Cam Cousino also had a hat trick, Sully Baker totaled two goals and two assists and Emersron Prager and Evan Rouleau each struck twice for the Green Knights. Christian Roleau added a goal and two assists.
Mount Abraham’s Lucas Richter scored three goals and Charlie Meyer had two goals and an assist.
Dylan Marchand and Jason St. Pierre eight saves combined for eight saves for Rice, while Tucker Paradee made one less stop for Mount Abraham.
• (2) Stowe 15, (7) Milton 6: Phil McDermott netted four goals and added an assist as Stowe cruised to a win over Milton to book a spot in the D-II semifinals.
Connor Loughran added three goals, Graham Kramer chipped in with two and Graham Geissler stopped 12 shots for the Raiders (13-2).
Stowe will face No. 3 Burr and Burton in the semifinals.
Kyle Lebeau tallied twice for the Yellowjackets, who finish the season at 9-7. Mathieu Granger had 12 saves.
• (3) Burr and Burton 9, (8) Stratton Mountain School 8: Tom Morgantini scored with 45 seconds remaining in regulation to give host Burr and Burton a lead and the Bulldogs held on to beat Stratton Mountain School.
Morgantini paced BBA (13-4) with three goals, while Carter Vickers, Max Pagnucco and Will Baker each had two tallies. Natty Eisenman made nine saves.
Andrew Braverman had three goals to lead Stratton, which finish the season at 9-5.
• (5) Burlington 9, (4) Green Mountain Valley 6: Marley Heimert found the back of the net four times and dished out two assists as Burlington edged out host Green Mountain Valley School.
Clark Stephenson added two goals and two assists for the Seahorses (14-4), who will play top-seeded Rice in the semifinals on Tuesday. Garrett Harriman stopped five shots.
Justin Boes had two goals and an assist for the Gumbies, who finish the season at 9-3. Casey Cardon made 15 saves in a losing effort.
(2) Rice 9, (10) St. Johnsbury 0: Henry Conroy and Will Hesslink combined for a two-hit shutout as Rice overwhelmed visiting St. Johnsbury in the D-I quarterfinals.
Sean Remillard was 3-for-4 with two doubles, Anthony Phillip had two stolen bases and Nick Ritchie was 2-for-3 for the Green Knights (16-2).
Rice will face No. 3 Colchester in the semifinals on Tuesday.
Colton Husdon took the loss for the Hilltoppers, who finish the season at 9-9.
• (6) Lake Region 4, (14) Vergennes 3: Lake Region scored all four runs in the fourth inning and then held off visiting Vergennes to head to the semifinals.
Denver Bodette earned the win for the Rangers (12-5) with six strikeouts in seven innings of work. Ethan Willey, Dillon Gile and Kolby George each had an RBI single.
Hunter O’Connor took the loss despite a 12-strikeout effort for the Commodores. Chris Leach had two singles and Nate Rowell hit a single and a double.
• (1) Mount St. Joseph 13, (8) Danville 0: Shane Protivansky was 3-for-4 with an inside-the-park home run, two stolen bases and four RBIs to help host Mount St. Joseph’s to a win over Danville.
Jonah Farrow was 2-for-3 with three RBIs, while Nate O’Shea knocked in two runs for the Mounties (13-3). Josh Wasilewski struck out 13 batters in seven innings to earn the win.
Coleton Loura-Bumps took the loss for Danville, who end the season at 4-14.
• (2) Blue Mountain 14, (7) West Rutland 6: Blue Mountain scored 10 runs in the bottom of the sixth inning to grab the comeback win over visiting West Rutland.
Matt Page was 3-for-4 with three RBIs, including the game-tying run, and a run scored for the Bucks (12-5). Tyler Davis earned the win after striking out 13 in five inning of work.
Matt Bathalon and Jeremy Avoli each had two RBIs for West Rutland, which wrap up the season at 7-11.