Girls’ soccer: Mt. Abe stomps visiting Missisquoi
ADDISON COUNTY — Mount Abraham was the only winner in area girls’ high school girls’ soccer action late last week, as the Eagles won at home. Vergennes dropped a road game, Middlebury lost twice, and Otter Valley (1-10) was idle.
Mount Abe dropped visiting Missisquoi on Saturday, 4-0. Four Eagles scored, Ashlie Fay, from Isabel Brennan, and Harlie Vincent, from M.K. Charnley, in the first half, and Brittany Atkins and Charnley after intermission. Zoe Cassels-Brown returned from injury to the Eagle goal and posted a two-save shutout, and Jenne Hull made eight saves for MVU.
The Eagles improved to 7-3-1 overall and closed in on the Lake Division title with a 5-1-1 league mark. MVU dropped to 4-8.
The Eagles were set to host VUHS on Oct. 9, but the game was called off; it is uncertain if it will be rescheduled.
On Friday, host Milton bested VUHS, 2-0, on early goals from Erin Turner and Brooke Phillips. Goalie Kayleigh Reid made six saves as Milton improved to 9-2-1. VUHS dropped to 5-6 despite 13 saves from K.C. Ambrose.
On Wednesday visiting Milton topped the Tigers, 2-0. Milton scored goals late in the first and early in the second halves. MUHS lost despite 15 saves from goalie Riley Fenster. Milton’s Logan Sweeney recorded four stops as her team improved to 8-2-1.
On Saturday, host Rice improved to 8-3-1 with a 9-0 victory over the Tigers, who dropped to 2-10.
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