Tiger girls’ lax starts with pair of road losses

SOUTH BURLINGTON — The rebuilding Middlebury Union High School girls’ lacrosse team opened with a pair of road losses to teams that have each started their seasons with 2-0 records, South Burlington and Rutland.
On Friday, April 5, at South Burlington the host Wolves topped the Tigers, 14-5. Lacy Greenamyre and Malia Hodges scored two goals apiece for the Tigers, and Ada Anderson also found the net. Goalie Lydia Deppman made seven saves.
Six Wolves scored, led by Christina March and Sabrina Redzic with three goals apiece. Caroline Desautels chipped in two goals and two assists, and SBHS goalie Claire Phillips denied seven shots.
On Monday host Rutland took a 10-3 halftime lead on the way to a 15-9 victory over MUHS. Emily Laframboise and Avery Gale led the Tigers with two goals each, and Deppman stopped six shots.
Rylee Burgess led the Raiders with four goals and an assist, Francie Ettori had three goals and three assists, and Kendra Sabotka netted a hat trick. Two Raider goalies shared time: Leah Zmurko made eight saves, and Caroline Coloutti stopped two shots.
The Tigers are scheduled to host Hanover on Friday at 4:30 p.m., weather permitting.

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