Mt. Abe girls topple Commodores to highlight soccer action

ADDISON COUNTY — A win by Mount Abraham over Vergennes provided the local highlight as the high school girls’ soccer season got under way late last week. In other action, Middlebury won its opener at home, but Otter Valley lost its home debut.
Thunderstorms wiped out Tuesday’s slate, which included the Commodores visiting MUHS and the Eagles hosting Lake Division foe Milton. The MUHS-VUHS game was rescheduled to this coming Monday.
On Saturday, the Eagles pulled away in the second half to defeat the Commodores, 3-0, in the opener for both squads. Delana Tow’s goal late in the first half gave Mount Abe the lead, and Savannah Scrodin, from Emma Carter, and Casey Ober connected for the Eagles after the break. Olivia Paine worked a six-save shutout for Mount Abe, and Anya Sonwaldt stopped eight shots for VUHS.
On Saturday, Andi Boe’s three goals and an assist paced MUHS past Stowe, 4-2. Stowe took a 1-0 lead at 8:23 of the first, but Isabel Rosenberg knotted the score four minutes later, with Boe assisting. Boe then scored three times in the first 25 minutes of the second half, with assists going to Helen Anderson and Ada Anderson, to make it 4-1 before the Raiders notched a late goal.
Abby Gleason made five saves for MUHS in the first half, and Carly Burger stopped four shots after the break. Stowe goalie Leo Clark made a dozen stops.
On Friday visiting Arlington got five goals from sophomore Tess Beinap in a 10-1 victory over the Otters. Gabby Poalino scored on a second-half free kick for OV. Poalino played goal in the first half, and Sophie Walker took over in net after the break. 

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