In high school lacrosse: Tiger teams land in the win column

ADDISON COUNTY — In local high school lacrosse late last week, the Middlebury girls remained unbeaten, the MUHS boys split two games, the Otter Valley boys came up short, and the Mount Abraham/Vergennes girls’ and boys’ teams each lost.
Teams are entering their final week of regular season play.
On Friday, the Tiger girls dismissed visiting Essex, 16-1, to improve to 13-0 heading into a Tuesday game at 12-1 South Burlington in which the Tigers can lock down the No. 1 seed in Division I.
Leading the attack vs. Essex were Ada Anderson andEmily Laframboise (three goals and two assists each), Ella Nagy-Benson (three goals and an assist), and Lacey Greenamyre andKate Donahue (two goals apiece). Goalie Raven Payne stopped three shots, a total matched by two goalies for the 2-10 Hornets.
On Wednesday, the Tigers shut down visiting Mt. Mansfield, 8-4. Jack Donahue led with two goals and two assists, Trey Kaufmann andKolby Farnsworth scored two goals apiece, and Jake Peluso contributed a goal and three assists. Tiger goalie Cam Devlin made seven saves, and the Cougars’ Will Macone stopped nine shots.
On Saturday, Champlain Valley goalie Andrew Tieso stopped a dozen shots as the 10-2 Redhawks defeated visiting MUHS, 10-3. Kaufmann scored twice and Jakob Boeckermann once, and Devlin made four saves for the 5-7 Tigers.
On Thursday, the host Chelsea/Randolph collective defeated the first-year Commodore girls’ team, 18-8. Ashley Turner scored four times for VUHS, and Erin Lawrence,Jalen Cook,Jackie Reiss andNorah Deming added a goal apiece. Goalies Ciara McClay andMadison Valiquette each stopped four shots as the Commodores fell to 0-9.
On Friday, host Montpelier outlasted the OV boys, 12-9. Tyson Cram led OV with four goals, followed by Ethan Sulik-Doty with three andHayden Gallo with two. GoalieAlec Stevens made 18 saves as the Otters dropped to 3-9.
On Thursday host Milton improved to 11-2 with a 17-5 win over the 4-6 Eagles. Neo Weaver led Mount Abe with two goals, and goalie Grady Brokaw stopped 12 shots. The Eagles’ Saturday home game with U-32 was moved to Monday at 4:30.

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