Commodores, Eagles and Otters win lacrosse games
ADDISON COUNTY — In high school lacrosse games played late last week, the Vergennes-Mount Abraham girls remained unbeaten in Division I, the Mount Abe-VUHS boys split two games, the Otter Valley boys picked up another win, and the Middlebury girls and boys each dropped D-I home games.
On Thursday, the Commodore girls sailed past host Lamoille, 8-2, as goalie Ashley Tierney stopped eight shots and middie Grace Harvey scored three times. Ryley Olson scored once and assisted three goals, and Jalen Cook, Txuxa Konczal, Sophie Davis andMolly Laurent added a goal apiece. The 8-0 Commodores remained at the top of the D-II standings.
On Wednesday the Eagles topped host Lamoille, 7-3. Neo Weaver andGriffin Paradee scored two goals apiece, and Liam Oxford, Ryan Rougier and Louis Beauchaine each added one. Goalie Grady Brokaw stopped five shots behind a good defensive effort.
On Saturday host Harwood cruised past the Eagles, 13-1. The 3-5 Eagles will host games this Monday and Wednesday vs. Spaulding and Stowe, respectively.
On Wednesday OV doubled up visiting Montpelier, 8-4. Hayden Gallo (three goals) and Ethan Sulik-Doty (two) led the attack, and Matt Moseley,Tim Kittler andParker Swain scored one apiece. Goalie Alec Stevens made 18 saves.
The Otters improved to 4-3, 4-0 vs. D-II competition. Their Friday game at Hartford was postponed.
On Friday visiting Essex bested the Tiger boys, 11-6. Bode Rubright and Kolby Farnsworth (two assists) each scored twice for the Tigers, and goalie Jack Rizzo stopped 10 shots. MUHS dipped to 4-5 heading into home games vs. South Burlington on Monday and Woodstock on Thursday.
On Wednesday visiting South Burlington improved to 11-0 with a 17-9 victory over the Tiger girls. Emily Laframboise andCarlisle Brush scored three goals apiece for MUHS, and Lydia Deppman stopped four shots. The 4-6 Tigers’ Saturday home game vs. Champlain Valley was postponed. They will host Essex on Wednesday after visiting Burr & Burton on Monday.
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