MUHS boys’ hockey trims Wolves

MIDDLEBURY — The Middlebury Union High School boys’ hockey team erupted for three second-period goals to defeat visiting South Burlington on Saturday night, 4-2, in a Division I matchup.
The Tigers, tied for third place according to the Vermont Principals’ Association website, moved to 7-2 heading into a matchup this coming Saturday with second-place BFA St. Albans. The Wolves dropped to 2-5-1.
The Wolves took the lead on a first-period Ray Thibeault goal. But the Tigers answered in the second period with strikes from Hale Hescock, assisted by Bode Rubright; Tucker Stearns, from Kamrin Bartlett and Devon Kearns; and Kearns, set up by Kolby Farnsworth.
South Burlington’s Shane Burke made it 3-2 in the third, but Tiger Ryan Nadeau added an insurance goal with a minute to go. Tiger goalie Zeke Hooper made 12 saves, and South Burlington goalie Ted Hopper stopped 14 shots.

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