Lax: Tiger teams split; OV, Eagle boys lose

ADDISON COUNTY — In local high school lacrosse action in the latter half of last week, the Middlebury Union girls  and boys’ teams each split two games, while the Otter Valley and Mount Abraham-Vergennes boys came up short.
On Wednesday visiting Champlain Valley remained undefeated by topping the Tigers, 13-5. Redhawk Jake Schaefer scored four goals and set up three to pace the winners, and CVU goalie Andrew Tieso made three saves.
Bode Rubright scored twice for the Tigers while Kolby Farnsworth andJack Donahue picked up a goal and an assist apiece. Goalie Cam Devlin stopped nine shots.
On Friday the Tigers picked up a key home win, knocking off visiting Essex, 7-6, in double overtime. Freshman Bode Rubright found the net for the game-winner that allowed MUHS (6-3) to leapfrog the 7-4 Hornets in the Division I standings and move into fourth place.
Donahue, Lane Sheldrick andSam Hodges each scored twice for the Tigers, and Devlin backstopped the win with 15 saves, five more than Essex goalie Aidan Haggerty.
On Thursday the Tigers dispatched rival South Burlington, 11-5, as Emily Laframboise (three assists), Ella Nagy-Benson (assist) and Isabel Rosenberg scored three goals apiece. Ada Anderson andSatchel McLaughlin also found the net for the Tigers, and goalie Raven Payne stopped six shots.
On Saturday host Champlain Valley improved to 9-1 by edging the Tigers, 12-11. Lydia Maitland scored five times to pace the Redhawks, and goalie Ali Wainer stopped five shots.
Rosenberg netted seven goals and an assist for the Tigers, McLaughlin chipped in three goals and an assist, and Payne made eight saves as the Tigers dropped to 5-2.
Host Montpelier edged the OV boys, 12-11, in overtime on Thursday despite five goals and two assists from Ethan Sulik-Doty and three goals and an assist fromTim Kittler.Hayden Gallo scored twice for OV, Chandler Corey added a goal, and goalie Alec Stevens made 14 saves as the Otters dropped to 3-5.
On Wednesday visiting Spaulding topped the Eagle boys, 14-5. Seven Tide players scored, and Spaulding goalie Dimitri Otis made eight saves. Lucas Livingston led the Eagles with two goals, Sam Paradee had a goal and two assists, and Neo Weaver andRyan Rougier chipped in a goal apiece. Goalie Grady Brokaw stopped six shots for the Eagles, who remained winless.

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