MUHS boys outskate South Burlington; Essex is next

MIDDLEBURY — The No. 4 Middlebury Union High School boys’ hockey team outlasted visiting No. 5 South Burlington on Tuesday, 2-1, in a Division I hockey quarterfinal.
The 10-8-3 Tigers will next take on No. 1 Essex (16-3-2) in a semifinal at Essex at 5 p.m. on Saturday. The Tigers split two games with the Hornets this winter, losing at Essex on Jan. 26, 5-2, but winning at home on Feb. 27, 2-1.
In Tuesday’s game South Burlington took the lead midway through the first period on a Dylan Leclair goal set up by Gabe Frigo.
The Tigers answered with two goals 33 seconds apart midway through the second period. Abel Anderson tied the game at 8:15, with Kolby Farnsworth getting the first assist and Ben Turner also assisting.
Devon Kearns netted the game-winner at 8:48, on a feed from Farnsworth.
Tiger goalie Zeke Hooper stopped 22 shots, and South Burlington goalie Ted Hopper made 16 saves.

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