Field hockey: Eagles, Otters keep winning

ADDISON COUNTY — In area high school field hockey play late last week Mount Abraham and Otter Valley kept up their winning ways, but Middlebury came up short on the road.
The Eagles improved to 5-0-1 and remained atop Division II with a 2-0 home win over Burlington on Saturday. Mount Abe got goals from Evan Laurent andMolly Laurent, andgoalie Chessley Jackman made one save. Neema Modeste made 14 saves for the 0-4-1 Seahorses.
On Wednesday OV got second-half goals from Sophie Markowski andRiley Keith to top visiting St. Johnsbury, 2-0. Ellie Ross worked a seven-save shutout in goal for OV, and St. J goalie Elizabeth Mastianna made nine stops.  
On Saturday OV (5-1) kept pace with Mount Abe in D-II with a 6-0 win at Springfield (0-4). Alia Edmunds scored twice, and Megan LaPorte, Brittney Jackson, Alice Keith and Riley Keith added a goal apiece. Ross worked a two-save shutout, and Cosmo goalie Anna Church made 14 saves. OV hosts third-place Woodstock on Wednesday.
On Saturday host Mount Mansfield denied the Tigers their first win, 2-0, by scoring two quick second-half goals.
MMU goalie Amelia Sanborn made four saves, and Tiger goalies Ileigh Aube andCassie Bettis combined for nine stops.

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