In high school lax, OV boys tip Eagles; Tiger girls edged out

ADDISON COUNTY — In high school lacrosse action earlier this week, the Otter Valley boys outlasted visiting Mount Abraham/Vergennes, the Middlebury girls saw their 22-game winning streak come to an end, and the VUHS-Mount Abe girls came up short on the road.
On Monday the OV boys continued their recent strong play by overcoming a 6-5 halftime deficit to defeat the visiting Eagles, 11-8. Ethan Sulik-Doty (four goals, assist), Tim Kittler (three goals, assist), Hayden Gallo (two goals, two assists), Justin Tremblay (goal, three assists) and Zach Scarborough (goal) supplied the offense, and goalie Alex Stevens backstopped the win with 14 saves. The Otters improved to 3-4.
Sam Paradee led the 0-4 Eagles with three goals and an assist,Lucas Livingston scored twice and set up a goal, Griffin Paradee had a goal and an assist, and Will Crawford andLiam Crawford added a goal apiece. Goalie Grady Brokaw stopped 14 shots.
In a rematch of the 2017 D-I title game visiting Mount Anthony turned the tables on the Tigers on Monday by edging MUHS, 8-7. Patriot Avery Galle scored three times, Caroline Musinski chipped in two goals, and, critically, goalie Mia Schneeberger made nine saves as MAU improved to 6-1.
Isabel Rosenberg scored three times for the 4-1 Tigers, who lost for the first time since their last outing in 2016. Satchel McLaughlin,Anna Hodson, Keagan Dunbar and Ella Nagy-Benson chipped in a goal apiece. Goalie Raven Payne stopped three shots for MUHS, which was assessed with eight yellow cards during the contest and played at least one player down for most of the second half.
On Tuesday Chelsea-Randolph got past visiting VUHS-Mt. Abe, 11-7, as the hosts got six goals and two assists from Tucker Chapin and 11 saves from goalie Kathryn Jones.
Norah Deming led the Commodores with five goals, Erin Lawrence scored twice and set up a goal, and goalie Ashley Tierney stopped 18 shots. The Commodores dropped to 0-5.

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