Vermont H.S. sports scores for Monday, February 7: See how your favorite team fared

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Men's lacrosse

No. 3 Duke 15, No. 17 Vermont 7

D: Dyson Williams 3G, 1A. Nakeie Montgomery 3G. Brennan O'Neill 3G.

V: Michael McCormack 2G, 1A. Griffin Fenech 2G. Ryan Cornell 11 saves, 1A.

Note: Host Duke outscored Vermont 6-0 in the third quarter to spoil the Catamounts' season opener. UVM led 4-2 at halftime.


Girls basketball

Rice 50, Mount Mansfield 48 (OT)

R: Elyse MacDonough 20 points. Cassie Beste 13 points. Kelli Cieplicki 11 points.

MM: Allison Fullem 18 points. Cherise Shamp 15 points.

Note: In a back-and-forth game, Atika Haji broke a 48-all tie with a pair of free throws with 13 seconds left in the overtime period.

Essex 40, St. Johnsbury 26

E: Emilyrose Mercier 11 points. Madison Rabidoux 9 points (3 3s).

SJ: Hayden Wilkins 9 points. Cassidy Kittridge 8 points.

Winooski 38, Stowe 28

W: Kiara Mack 21 points, 10 rebounds, 10 blocks.

S: Parker Reeves 19 points.

Champlain Valley 73, Burlington 27

CV: Shelby Companion 16 points, 5 steals. Chloe Snipes 12 points. Samara Ashooh 12 points. Addi Hunter 10 points, 10 rebounds, 5 assists.

B: Libby Westbrook 8 points.

Note: CVU led 34-19 at halftime and 54-27 through three quarters.

BFA-St. Albans 42, South Burlington 24

B: Ella Reynolds 15 points. Hannah Branon 10 points. Ruby Dasaro 9 points.

SBL Mercedes Rozzi 8 points. Greta Heldman 8 points.

Lyndon 63, Randolph 17

L: Kadienne Whitcomb 12 points. Brooke'lyn Robinson 10 points.

R: Shiloh Lake 8 points.

Note: Eight players scored at least five points for Lyndon.

Harwood 43, Middlebury 34

H: Jillian Rundle 14 points. Quinn Nelson 11 points. Emma Ravelin 10 points.

M: Ele Sellers 16 points.

Spaulding 58, Thetford 35

S: Yvonne Roberge 14 points. Sara Donahue 12 points. Aliyah Elliott 10 points. Emily Poulin 8 points.

T: Whitney Lewis 8 points. Charlize Brown 8 points.

Vergennes 41, BFA-Fairfax 34

V: Felicia Poirier 23 points, 19 rebounds, 7 steals.

F: Gabby Jones 13 points. Hazel Albee 9 points.

Boys basketball

Mount Abraham 66, Mill River 42

MTA: Henry Cogswell 28 points. Tristan Parker 8 points. Chance Denecker 8 points. Gavin Bannister 8 points.

MR: Ryan Smith 23 points.

Note: Cogswell scored 12 of his game-high total Mount Abraham's third-quarter surge, which included a 25-2 run. Smith sank five 3-pointers in the game for Mill River.

Hazen 49, Randolph 42

H: Xavier Hill 14 points. Tyler Rivard 11 points, 10 rebounds. Carter Hill 8 points.

R: Levi West 14 points. Andrew Lewis 12 points.

Note: Hazen (11-2) led 23-16 at the break.

U-32 59, Williamstown 50

U: Elvis Stowell 22 points. Charles Haynes 14 points.

W: Thomas Parrott 18 points. Blake Clark 10 points.

Brattleboro 68, Springfield 32

B: Cam Frost 24 points. Tate Chamberlin 13 points.

S: Tanner Gintof 24 points.

Note: Brattleboro led 20-15 at the break. Gintof sank seven 3-pointers for Springfield.

Winooski 53, Missisquoi 38

W: Trevon Bradley 26 points, 5 assists, 5 steals.

M: Malik Unwin-Jackson 14 points.

Danville 60, Peoples 43

D: Dillon Brigham 24 points, 13 rebounds, 7 assists. Louie Palmieri 14 points, 7 steals. Andrew Joncas 11 points.

P: Chandler Follensbee 18 points.

Lake Region 54, Lyndon 39Northfield 61, Windsor 33

Twinfield 72, Oxbow 25

Hartford 72, Otter Valley 55

Mount St. Joseph 65, Woodstock 47

Sharon 44, West Rutland 23

Fair Haven 64, Burr and Burton 52

Hoosick Falls (N.Y.) 42, Mount Anthony 40

Blue Mountain at Woodsville, 6 p.m.

Girls hockey

Essex 6, Champlain Valley/Mount Mansfield 2

E: Nielsa Maddalena 2G. Dylan Line 2G. Taylor Senecal 1G, 3A. Abby Lacross 1G. Gigi Bruyns 1A. Abby Smith 1A. Ashleigh Gernander 1A. Kelsan Carter 8 saves.

C/M: Tess Everett 1G. Hannah Schmid 1G. Riley Erdman 1A. Grace Ferguson 27 saves.

Note: Essex captured the program's 300th career win.

Harwood/Northfield 6, Middlebury 3

H/N: Louisa Thomsen 6G. Jordan Hunter 22 saves.

M: Erin Mulchay 1G. Avery Gale 1G. Lily Finn 1G. Quinn Doria 1A. Liza Calzini 1A. Ireland Hanley 1A. Ruby Hubbell 9 saves.

Note: Thomsen capped her six-goal outburst with a trio of third-period tallies.

Stowe 5, Brattleboro 4

S: Isabel Donza 3G. Lydia Wilson 1G. Falon Forrest 1G. Jackie Henderson 1A. Kate Tilgner 1A. Iris Cloutier 30 saves.

B: Juliana Miskovich 4G. Marina Wilson 2A. Willow Romo 2A. Angela Jobin 11 saves.

Note: Trailing 3-1 with 8 minutes to play, Stowe rallied with four unanswered goals. Donza's two goals in the period tied the game and gave Stowe a 4-3 lead with 4 minutes to go. Forrest added an insurance tally before Brattleboro's Miskovich closed the deficit to its final margin.

Boys hockey

Hartford 8, Lyndon 0

H: Ozzy DeFelice 2G. Blaine Gour 2G. James McReynolds 1G. Joseph Barwood 1G. Nick Daniels 1G. Ezra Mock 1G. Davey Bradley Hartford 13 saves.

L: Logan Miller, Garret Shatney combined for 30 saves.

Note: Hartford improves to 15-0.

Spaulding 8, Harwood 1

S: Jamison Mast 2G, 2A. Jameson Solomon 2G, 1A. Camden Burke 1G. Aiden Kresco- 1G. Carel Paquin 1G. Kieran McNamara 1G. Brady Lamberti 1A. John Malnati 1A. Mason Otis 1A. Cameron Thayer 1A. Reese Thayer 1A. Noah Long 22 saves.

H: Aidan Vasseur 1G. Garrett Nelson 1A. Teighan Fils-Aime 34 saves.


Girls basketball

Colchester at Missisquoi, 7 p.m.

North Country at Mount Abraham, 7 p.m.

Middlebury at Enosburg, 7 p.m.

Randolph at Harwood, 7 p.m.

Lake Region at U-32, 7 p.m.

Oxbow at Lamoille, 7 p.m.

Lyndon at Peoples, 6:30 p.m.

Montpelier at Thetford, 7 p.m.

BFA-Fairfax at Blue Mountain, 7 p.m.

Northfield at Hazen, 7 p.m.

Winooski at Milton, 7 p.m.

Richford at Twinfield, 7 p.m.

Stowe at Williamstown, 7 p.m.

Danville at Craftsbury, 7 p.m.

Boys basketball

BFA-St. Albans at Champlain Valley, 7 p.m.

St. Johnsbury at Burlington, 6:30 p.m.

South Burlington at Colchester, 7 p.m.

Mount Mansfield at Essex, 7:30 p.m.

Randolph at Spaulding, 7 p.m.

(Subject to change)

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This article originally appeared on Burlington Free Press: Vermont high school sports scores for Monday, February 7