Vermont H.S. playoff scores for Tuesday, March 1: See how your favorite team fared

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PREVIOUS COVERAGE

TUESDAY'S COLLEGE GAMES

Men's hockey

Vermont 1, Northeastern 0

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Men's basketball

Vermont 75, Maine 56

TUESDAY'S H.S. PLAYOFF GAMES

D-I boys basketball playdowns

No. 9 Mount Mansfield 39, No. 8 Brattleboro 21

M: Owen Pinaud 10 points. Wyatt Leombruno-Nicholson 9 points. Sean Farrell 8 points.

B: Sam Mattocks 6 points.

Note: Mount Mansfield led 18-0 after the first quarter.

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No. 7 South Burlington 54, No. 10 Colchester 41

S: Khalon Taylor 29 points. Ethan Sandberg 11 points.

C: Jackson Miller 19 points. Zach Davis 14 points.

Note: South Burlington pulled away in the second half outscoring Colchester 25-12 in the final quarters.

D-II boys basketball play-in

No. 16 Lyndon 58, No. 17 Lake Region 48

D-II boys basketball playdowns

No. 4 Fair Haven 78, No. 13 Otter Valley 44

FH: Sawyer Ramey 31 points. Brandon Eastman 16 points.

OV: Owen Thomas 12 points.

Note: Fair Haven led 43-23 at the break.

No. 7 Mount Abraham 66, No. 10 Milton 47

MTA: Daniel Rodriguez 16 points. Gavin Bannister 16 points. Henry Cogswell 14 points. Noah Gargano 11 points.

M: Ben Godin 22 points. Ian Bessett 11 points.

Note: Ahead 34-30 at the break, Mount Abraham relied on Rodriguez and Bannister's six points apiece in the third quarter to fend off Milton.

No. 5 Mount St. Joseph 65, No. 12 Lamoille 44

MSJ: Andrew Prunty 13 points. Owen Traynor 13 points. Jake Williams 13 points. Peter Carlson 10 points.

L: Elliot Tilton 21 points. Gabe Locke 10 points.

D-III boys basketball playdowns

No. 4 Vergennes 60, No. 13 Thetford 43

V: Elijah Duprey 22 points. Tyler Bergmans 16 points, 12 rebounds.

T: Zander Clark 12 points. Mitchell Parkman 16 points. Jacob Gilman 15 points.

Note: Vergennes outscored Thetford 26-10 in the fourth quarter.

No. 2 Hazen 82, No. 15 Mill River 17

H: Tyler Rivard 22 points. Jadon Baker 16 points. Lincoln Michaud 10 points. Fenton Meyer 5 rebounds. Ryan Morrison 5 rebounds.

MR: Ryan Smith 14 points.

Note: Hazen led 72-7 after three quarters.

No. 10 Windsor 51, No. 7 Northfield 45

W: Caleb Buchanan 14 points. Maison Fortin 13 points. Kaleb Swett 11 points.

N: Adam King 13 points. Caiden Crawford-Stempel 13 points. Carson Smit 11 points.

No. 11 BFA-Fairfax 50, No. 6 Enosburg 48 (OT)

F: Evan Fletcher 12 points. Luca Chayer 9 points. Jackson Wimette 8 points.

E: Devyn Gleason 12 points.

Note: After losing to Enosburg by double digits twice during the regular season, Fairfax pulled off the upset to reach the Barre Aud.

No. 8 Green Mountain 58, No. 9 Peoples 48

D-IV boys basketball playdowns

No. 4 Blue Mountain 71, No. 13 Sharon 29

No. 3 White River Valley 76, No. 14 Twin Valley 22

No. 6 Mid Vermont 44, No. 11 Poultney 32

D-I girls hockey quarterfinals

No. 1 BFA-St. Albans 4, No. 8 Kingdom Blades 0

B: Molly Smith 1G. Jodie Gratton 1G. Annika Fersing 1G. Caroline Bliss 1G. Seneca Lamos, Rae Alexander, Bri Jarvis, Sophie Zemianek 1A each. Erin Jackson 14 saves.

KB: Sarah Tanner 28 saves.

Note: Smith scored at 1:32 of the first period to opening the scoring for the Comets. Gratton followed about 5:30 later.

No. 2 Spaulding 6, No. 7 South Burlington 2

S: Chelsea Bell 3G, 1A. Rebecca McKelvey 1G, 1A. Lilly Tewksbury 1G, 1A. Hannah King 1G, 1A. Bria Dill 2A. Zoe Tewksburty 1A. Portia Berard 1A. Molly Parker 1A. Mattie Cetin 25 saves.

SB: Mia Angwin 1G. Sabrina Brunet 1G. Hope Brunet 1A. Sofia Richland 1A. Caitlin Bartlett 1A. Amber Rousseau 18 saves.

Notes: Spaulding scored four goals in the first period, with two coming on the power play.

D-II girls hockey quarterfinals

No. 2 Hartford 3, No. 7 Missisquoi 1

H: Grace Bazin 1G, 2A. Sophie Trombley 1G, 1A. Madison Barwood 1G.

M: Holley MacLellan 1G.

Note: Barwood, a freshman, broke a 1-all tie with 24 seconds left in the second period. Hartford earned a 47-19 shots advantage.

No. 3 U-32 11, No. 6 Rice 4

U: Caitlyn Fielder 3G, 2A. Morgan Ribolini 3G, 3A. Alyssa Frazier 4G, 1A. Allie Guthrie 1G, 3A. Grace Lagerstedt 2A. Jin Clayton 15 saves.

R: Katie Craig 3G. Caroline Banks 1G. Lindsey Taylor 23 saves.

Note: Host U-32 scored four times in the middle frame to pull away.

D-I boys hockey quarterfinals

No. 2 BFA-St. Albans 6, No. 7 Champlain Valley 0

B: Sean Beauregard 2G. Liam Wood 1G, 2A. Colin Audy 1G. Ethan Audy 1G. Camden Johnson 1G. Aiden Savoy 3A. Tom Wilbur 1A. Colby Phelps 1A. Mike Telfer 16 saves.

CV: Jack Averill 25 saves.

Note: BFA fired in three goals over a 5:30 span of the first period to skate past CVU in a rematch of last year's semifinals.

D-II boys hockey quarterfinals

No. 1 Hartford 4, No. 9 Middlebury 2

H: Ezra Mock 2G. Ozzy DeFelice 1G. James McReynolds 1G. Joseph Barwood 1A. Blaine Gour 1A. Connor Tierney 1A. Eddie Hodde 32 saves.

M: Jake Kadar 1G. Jordan Martin 1G. Joey Niemo 1A. Cole Schnoor 1A. Nate Muzzy 1A. Davey Bradley 21 saves.

Note: A trio of third-period goals erased a 2-1 deficit, rallying Hartford past Middlebury.

No. 4 Mount Mansfield 2, No. 5 Woodstock 1

MM: Jack Senecal 1G. Caleb Murphy 1G. Garrett Marchant 1A. Owen Jones 1A. Declan Heney 29 saves.

W: Chase Conway 1G. Keaton Piconi 21 saves.

Note: Senecal scored on a first-period power lay and Murphy cashed in on a loose puck in the middle frame to build a 2-0 Cougars' advantage.

WEDNESDAY'S COLLEGE GAMES

Women's hockey

Hockey East semifinals

Connecticut at Vermont, 6 p.m.

WEDNESDAY'S H.S. PLAYOFF GAMES

D-II girls basketball semifinals

At Barre Auditorium

No. 2 Enosburg (20-2) vs. No. 6 Mount Abraham (14-8), 8:15 p.m.

D-IV girls basketball semifinals

At Barre Auditorium

No. 2 West Rutland (20-2) vs. No. 3 Blue Mountain (17-4), 6:30 p.m.

D-I boys basketball playdowns

No. 11 Burlington (3-16) at No. 6 BFA-St. Albans (10-10), 7 p.m.

D-II boys basketball playdowns

(Games at 7 p.m.)

Lake Region-Lyndon winner at No. 1 North Country

No. 9 Harwood (9-11) at No. 8 U-32 (11-8), 7:30 p.m.

No. 15 Missisquoi (3-16) at No. 2 Montpelier (19-1)

No. 14 Middlebury (4-16) at. No. 3 Spaulding (18-2)

No. 11 Woodstock (8-11) at No. 6 Hartford (14-5)

D-III boys basketball playdowns

(Games at 7 p.m.)

Oxbow-Stowe winner at No. 1 Winooski (18-2)

No. 12 Randolph (6-12) at No. 5 Bellows Falls (15-5)

No. 14 Leland & Gray (6-14) at. No. 3 Williamstown (14-6)

D-IV boys basketball playdowns

(Games at 7 p.m.)

No. 9 Twinfield (9-11) at No. 8 Proctor (11-9)

No. 12 Grace (4-8) at No. 5 Danville (13-7)

No. 15 Craftsbury (2-16) at No. 2 Long Trail (19-1), 6 p.m.

No. 10 Richford (7-12) at No. 7 Arlington (13-7)

D-I girls hockey quarterfinals

No. 6 Burlington/Colchester (5-12-1) at No. 3 Essex (14-6), 6:15 p.m.

No. 5 Champlain Valley/Mount Mansfield (9-10-1) at No. 4 Rutland (11-8-1), 7 p.m.

D-II girls hockey quarterfinals

No. 5 Middlebury (9-11) at No. 4 Harwood/Northfield (10-9-1), 5 p.m.

No. 9 Brattleboro (4-15) at No. 1 Woodstock (18-1), 6:55 p.m.

D-I boys hockey quarterfinals

No. 5 South Burlington (8-10-2) at No. 4 Colchester (11-7-1), 6 p.m.

No. 8 Rutland (4-15) at No. 1 Rice (16-1-1), 5:15 p.m.

No. 6 Spaulding (8-12) at No. 3 Essex (13-4-2), 8:15 p.m.

D-II boys hockey quarterfinals

No. 7 Stowe (9-7-3) at No. 2 U-32 (13-5), 4:30 p.m.

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This article originally appeared on Burlington Free Press: Vermont H.S. playoffs, college sports scores for Tuesday, March 1