Eagle lacrosse beat U-32 before falling to Rice

SOUTH BURLINGTON — The Mount Abraham Union High School boys’ lacrosse team finished its season at .500 (9-9) after falling to No. 1 Rice in a Saturday Division II quarterfinal, but not before winning a first-round game on Wednesday.
On Wednesday, the Eagles won a rubber match with No. 8 U-32, 11-8. The teams had split two competitive regular season games. Lucas Richter led the charge with five goals, and goalie Tucker Paradee backstopped the win with 10 saves and picked up an assist.
Charlie Meyer contributed two goals and four assists, and Owein LaBarr added two goals and one assist in a game that saw each team put 18 shots on goal — Raider goalie Jackson Bates stopped seven shots as his team finished at 8-9.
On Saturday, however, top-seeded Rice moved to 17-0 with a 22-9 victory over the Eagles. Richter led the Eagles with three goals, Meyer chipped in two goals and an assist, and Paradee stopped seven shots. 

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