In lacrosse, only MUHS girls earn a win

ADDISON COUNTY — A home win by the Middlebury girls highlighted local high school lacrosse action early this week, as in other games the Mount Abraham/Vergennes, MUHS and Otter Valley boys came up short, as did the VUHS/Mount Abe girls.
On Monday the Tiger girls went on a mid-game 12-0 run during a 13-6 victory over Burr & Burton. MUHS trailed the Bulldogs, 2-1, midway through the first half when Isabel Rosenberg scored twice to start the Tigers’ big surge. Goalie Raven Payne (eight saves) made several key stops in the first half to preserve the Tiger momentum.
Rosenberg finished with four goals, and Emily Laframboise added three goals and an assist. Ella Nagy-Benson andLacey Greenamyre chipped in a goal and an assist apiece, and Ada Anderson, Malia Hodges anddefenderKeagan Dunbar also found the net. Rosenberg and Greenamyre led MUHS with six ground balls apiece.
Audrey Anglum and Shayla Heekin scored two goals apiece for the Bulldogs, who are 6-7 but own wins over the top three teams in the Division I standings.
The 6-2 Tigers, in fourth place, were set to host Essex on Wednesday after the deadline for this sports section and will get a rematch with second-place Champlain Valley at home on Friday.
On Monday host Lamoille hung on for a 7-4 victory over the Eagles. The Lancers took a 6-2 halftime lead, but Eagle Coach Ed Cook said his team controlled much of the second half.
Sam Paradee scored twice to lead the Eagles, and Nick Catlin andLucas Livingston added a goal apiece. Griffin Paradee andJack Halpin picked up assists, and goalie Grady Brokaw made five saves. The Lancer goalie stopped 11 shots as the 0-6 Eagles pressed in search of their first victory.
The Eagles were set to play at St. Johnsbury on Wednesday.
On Monday host D-I Essex earned a 17-3 victory over the young D-II Commodores. Ten Hornets scored, led by Abby Robbins with three goals and four assists, and Essex goalie Ella Frisbie made five saves. Norah Deming (two goals) and Hannah Kelly scored for the Commodores, and goalies Ashley Tierney (eight) and Harriet Anderson (six) combined for 14 saves.
Back in D-II on Tuesday, the Commodore girls fell to visiting Lamoille, 12-6. Kelly, Jalen Cook andErin Lawrence each scored twice, and Tierney stopped a dozen shots for the VUHS-Mount Abe squad, which dropped to 1-8. Goalie Wenzdae Wendling made seven saves for the 4-4 Lancers.
On Tuesday host Stratton got past the OV boys, 9-7, in a D-II matchup. Goalie Alec Stevens made 15 saves for the 3-6 Otters, and Hayden Gallo led the attack with three goals. Tim Kittler andEthan Sulik-Doty chipped in two goals apiece against 5-3 Stratton. 
On Tuesday visiting South Burlington rallied for an 8-6 victory over the Tiger boys. MUHS led, 6-4, midway through the third period before the 8-2 Rebels notched the game’s final four goals. SBHS moved into third place in D-I with the win, while the 6-4 Tigers dropped from third into sixth in the tightly bunched standings.
Three Rebels scored two goals apiece, and goalie Ryan Hockenbury made 13 saves.
Bode Rubright led MUHS with three goals, Kolby Farnsworth chipped in a goal and three assists, and goalie Cam Devlin stopped 12 shots.

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