Otters only winner in field hockey: Eagles, Tigers fall

ADDISON COUNTY — In high school field hockey action earlier this week Otter Valley won big, but Mount Abraham and Middlebury came up short.
On Monday the Otters coasted at Fair Haven, 6-0, as Katie Coolidge (two goals, assist) and Morgan LaPorte (two goals) led the attack. Alia Edmunds and Livia Bernhardt also scored, and Chelsea Reed chipped in an assist. Goalie Ellie Ross made four saves as the Otters, third place in Division II, improved to 6-2-1, including a forfeit of a Sept. 23 home game vs. Springfield in which the Cosmos could not field a team. Jordyn Howard stopped eight shots for the 0-7-1 Slaters on Monday.
On Tuesday visiting Champlain Valley scored the game’s final four goals in a 5-1 victory over the Eagles. Lydia Maitland led the 4-4 Redhawks with two goals and two assists, and goalie Kristy Carlson stopped six shots.
Jalen Cook’s early goal for the Eagles made it 1-1, and goalie Chessley Jackman made three saves for the 3-4-2 Eagles, who visit MUHS on Thursday seeking to snap a six-game winless streak.
On Tuesday host U-32 broke through for its first win at the Tigers’ expense, 6-2. Raider Brook Houghton notched a hat trick as her team improved to 1-7.
Phoebe Smith scored and set up Maeve Hammel’s goal for the Tigers, who will be looking to break into the win column when they host the Eagles on Thursday. 

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