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In high school lacrosse: Tiger girls, Otter boys claim wins

ADDISON COUNTY — In local high school lacrosse action earlier this week, the Middlebury girls and Otter Valley boys picked up wins, but the Mount Abraham/Vergennes collective boys’ and girls’ teams came up short.
MUHS GIRLS
On Tuesday, the Tigers edged host Mount Mansfield 10-8, to improve to 10-0 and retain first place in Division I. Andi Boe led the MUHS attack with three goals and three assists, Kate Donahue scored twice, Ella Nagy-Benson notched a goal and an assist, and four Tigers added a goal apiece. Tiger goalie Raven Payne made nine saves.
Meghan Hawley scored four goals for the 7-2 Cougars, and MMU goalie Jodie Wright stopped eight shots.
OTTER BOYS
On Tuesday, host OV edged Montpelier, 5-4, as goalie Alec Stevens stopped 15 shots. Tyson Cram scored two goals, Hayden Gallo scored twice and set up two goals, and Ethan Sulik-Doty chipped in a goal and an assist as the Otters improved to 3-5.
MUHS BOYS
On Monday, the Tiger boys fell to D-II Mount Mansfield, 10-8, their fourth loss by three goals or fewer. Jackson Donahue, Jake Peluso andTrey Kaufmann each scored twice to pace the Tiger attack. Cam Devlin made eight saves for MUHS, and goalie Will Macone stopped six shots for the 4-3 Cougars.
The Tigers were set to visit St. Albans on Wednesday.
COMMODORE GIRLS
On Monday, Coach Marikate Kelley said the first-year Commodore girls’ varsity team played well in a 10-6 setback at Hartford despite not picking up the program’s first win.
Ashley Turner led the way with three goals and 10 ground balls, Jalen Cook scored twice and helped the Commodores win many draws, and Leah Croke added a goal. Commodore goalies Siobhan Eagan (five stops) and Ciara McClay (six) combined for 11 saves.
The Commodores were scheduled to host U-32 on Wednesday.
EAGLE BOYS
On Tuesday, defending D-II champion Burlington defeated the D-III Eagles, 12-3. Owein LaBarr scored all three goals for the 2-4 Eagles, and goalie Patrick Davison stopped 12 shots. Two Seahorse goalies made a save apiece. 

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