Commodore girls the only lacrosse winners

ADDISON COUNTY — In local high school lacrosse play earlier this week, the Vergennes-Mount Abraham girls’ team remained undefeated, the Tiger girls lost in overtime on the road, and the Mount Abe-VUHS boys dropped a home game.
The Otter Valley boys’ Tuesday home game vs. Stratton was postponed until Wednesday.
The Tiger boys hosted South Burlington on Monday; see story on Page 1B.
On Monday the 9-0 VUHS-Mount Abe cooperative girls’ team remained on top of the Division II standings by defeating D-I Essex, 10-7. The Hornets saw a three-game winning streak end and fell to 4-5.
Jalen Cook (four goals), Txuxa Konczal (two goals, two assists) and Grace Harvey (two goals) led the attack and Harriet Anderson andSophie Davis added a goal apiece.
Coach Marikate Kelley said once again team defense and ground balls made a difference. Anderson picked up six ground balls and Konczal scooped five.
“The team did a great job redefending and causing turnovers,” Kelley said.
The Commodores were set to host Harwood on Wednesday, and are scheduled for a road rematch with defending D-II champion U-32 (5-1) on Thursday.
The D-I Tiger girls dropped a heartbreaker at 11-1 Burr & Burton on Monday, 14-13, when Bulldog Olivia Watanabe scored the 100th goal of her career, and her seventh of the game, in overtime. BBA goalie Cassie Pearce backstopped the win with 13 saves.
Lacey Greenamyre (five goals and an assist) and Emily LaFramboise (four goals and an assist) led the Tigers, while Ada Anderson scored twice and Carlisle Brush chipped in a goal and an assist. Goalie Lydia Deppman made seven saves as MUHS fell to 4-7.
The Tigers were set to host Essex on Wednesday.
In a D-II clash, first-place Spaulding on Monday coasted past the Eagle boys, 12-0, as Travis Roy and Aiden Blovin each scored three goals. Eagle goalie Aidan Danyow made 20 saves as the Mt. Abe-VUHS cooperative squad fell to 3-6.

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