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Vermont high school girls hockey players to watch this season
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SATURDAY'S COLLEGE GAMES
UMass Lowell 2, Vermont 1
L: Matt Crasa 2G. Owen Savory 34 saves.
V: Jacques Bouquot 1G. Tyler Harmon 23 saves.
Note: Crasa's second period goal erased UVM's early lead; his third-period tally gave Lowell the weekend sweep at Gutterson Fieldhouse. UVM, off until Dec. 30, falls to 3-11-2 overall and 2-6-2 in Hockey East. ... Lowell improves to 10-3-3, 8-2-1.
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SATURDAY'S H.S. GAMES
Champlain Valley/Mount Mansfield 9, Stowe 0
C/M: Samara Tucker 2G. Megan Rexford 2G. Alyssa Benson 1G, 2A. Georgia Bruneau 1G, 1A. Hannah Schmid 1G. Riley Erdman 1G. Clark Clark 1G. Tess Everett 4A. Karina Bushweller 2A. Sabina Brochu 1A. KerriBeth Aldrich 1A. Grace Ferguson (shutout).
Note: The CougarHawks outshot Stowe 46-4.
Burlington/Colchester 4, Kingdom Blades 1
B/C: Gussie Guyette 2G. Maria Worden 1G. Hanna Coughlin 1G. Nora Moody 1A. Leighton Guyette 1A. Camryn Poulin 2A. Paige Codega-Ryan 18 saves.
KB: Alexander Mosher 1G. Sarah Tanner 18 saves.
Note: Coughlin's goal at 2:32 of the second period gave the Sealakers a 2-0 lead.
Spaulding 7, U-32 2
S: Rebecca McKelvey 2G. Portia Berard 2G, 1A. Hannah King 2G. Bria Dill 1G, 1A. Zoe Tewksbury 2A. Corrina Moulton 1A. Lilly Tewksbury 1A. Molly Parker 1A. Lanie Thayer 1A. Chelsea Bell 1A. Ruby Harrington 1A. Mattie Cetin 9 saves.
U: Alyssa Frazier 2G. Caitlyn Fielder 1A. Renee Porter 29 saves.
Note: Spaulding pulled away with a three-goal third period.
South Burlington 7, Rice 2
SB: Sabrina Brunet 3G. Ava Hershberg 2G. Kiley Burke 1G. Sofia Richland 1G.
Hartford 3, Middlebury 2
Rutland 9, Burr and Burton 2
Harwood/Northfield 5, Brattleboro 4
Woodstock 8, Missisquoi 1
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Hingham (Mass.) 3, Essex 1
E: Dylan Line 1G. Ashleigh Gernander 1A. Emily Carter 27 saves.
H: Lilly Thrun 2G. Addison Garrity 1G. Amy Maffel, Izzy McGarr combined for 17 saves.
Note: Essex trailed 3-0 after the first 3 minutes of the game.
BFA-St. Albans 3, Potsdam (N.Y.) 1
B: Reese Clayton 2G. Jodie Gratton 1G. Bri Jarvis 2A. Aylah Shea, Amber Poquette, Rowan Howrigan 1A each. Makenna Montgomery 21 saves.
P: Jessika Butlock 1G. Isabel Boyd 1A. Ava Johnson 19 saves.
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Essex 5, Woodstock 0
E: Matt Cincotta 1G, 2A. Braedon Hemenway 1G. Drew Forcier 1G. Hayden King 1G. Tobey Cram 1G. Justin Prim 3A. Max Foster 6 saves, Will Ferry 3 saves.
W: Keaton Piconi 60 saves.
Note: Host Essex led 4-0 through two periods.
Burr and Burton 4, U-32 1
BB: Matthew Grabher 1G, 2A. Max Brownlee 1G, 1A. Karter Noyes 1G, 1A. Aidan Bugbee 1G. Michael Hornby 23 saves.
U: Colton Warren 1G. Maddox Montgomery 1A. Duncan Mathies 22 saves.
Note: Burr and Burton scored three goals in the middle fram
Champlain Valley 3, Mount Mansfield 0
CV: Devon Fay 1G, 1A. Trevor Keefe 1G. Travis Stoh 1G.
Jack Averill 15 saves.
MM: Lucas Paris 37 saves.
Note: Visiting CVU scored all three goals in the third period, including two in a 9-second span.
Middlebury 2, Harwood 1
M: Toby Draper 2G. Clyde Malhotra 2A. Eddie Hodde 20 saves.
H: Tyson Sylvia 1G. Aiden Vasseur 1A, Jacob Green 1A. Teighen Fils-Aime 23 saves.
Missisquoi 8, Northfield 2
M: Justin Farnham 3G, 1A. Camden Longway 1G, 3A. Owen Kane 1G, 3A. Cole Tipper 1G, 1A. Harley Vorse 1G, 1A. Dominic Dragon 1G. Ethan Stefaniak 24 saves.
N: Nicholas Passalacqua 1G. Nathaniel Elwell 1G. Landon Amel 22 saves.
Note: Farnham scored his first career goal in his hat trick performance while Stefaniak, a sophomore, picked up his first career win.
Lyndon 3, Burlington 2
L: Alex Giroux 2G. Nick Matteis 1G, 1A. Garret Shatney 6 saves.
B: Luke Hellyer 1G, 1A. Jay Heiny-Robbie 1G. Steven Labombard 38 saves.
Note: Host Lyndon rallied from a 2-0 second-period deficit.
South Burlington 4, Stowe 3
SB: Ethan Parkinson 2G. Shane Burke 1G. Will Bradley 1G. Nick Kelly 3A. Drew Dougherty 1A. Evan Knoth 1A. Blake Truchon 17 saves.
S: Woody Reichelt 2G. Bo Graves 1G. Aaron Lepikko 1A. Derek Baxter 1A. Liam Newhouse 27 saves.
Note: Stowe seized a 3-0 first period lead. South Burlington rallied with a trio of goals in the middle frame and then Bradley served up the winner with 1:30 left in the third.
Rice 5, Niagara (N.Y.) 4, OT
R: Garrett Micciche 3G. Logan Lembrecht 1G. Jacob Chan 1G.
Note: Chan tallied the OT winner for Rice in its road win.
Hartford 10, St. Johnsbury 1
Brattleboro at Rutland, 7 p.m.
Colchester at Milton, ppd.
North Country 43, Lake Region 31
NC: Sabine Brueck 21 points.
LR: Sakoya Sweeney 9 points. Alyssa Butler 8 points.
Montpelier 57, Winooski 26
M: Emily Swanson 14 points. Grace Nostrand 12 points. Willow Sterling-Proulx 12 points.
W: Ruby Ly 11 points. Fayth White 7 points.
Rice 57, Northeastern Clinton 38
R: Elyse MacDonough 22 points. Kelli Cieplicki 14 points. Cassie Beste 8 points. Ava Macdonough 7 assists.
N: Audie Hollister 17 points.
Note: MacDonough made 6 3-pointers in the home win.
North-South tournament at Rutland
Champlain Valley 77, Mount Anthony 17
CC: Chloe Snipes 26 points. Shelby Companion 14 points, 6 assists. Addi Hunter 12 points, 8 rebounds. Elise Berger 11 points.
MA: Maddison Crossman 6 points.
Essex 59, Rutland 39
E: Paige Winter 15 points. Cailey Appenzeller 11 points. Emilyrose Mercier 11 points. Macy Hutton 11 points.
R: Kathryn Moore 11 points. Karsyn Bellomo 9 pints. Mackenzie McLaughlin 9 points. Olivia Shipley 12 rebounds.
Note: Winter scored nine of her 15 points during the second quarter. Essex built its lead to 20 points in the third frame.
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R: Sharif Sharif 33 points. Adam Bilodeau 16 points.
S: Khalon Taylor 23 points. Alex Gordon 11 points.
Note: Rice weathered a 28-point second quarter to lead 42-38 at halftime. With nearly five minutes to go in regulation South Burlington equalized 58-58 on a Taylor jumper, but a Sharif three-pointer on the next possession gave the Green Knights the lead and ultimately the game.
Game story: Reigning champ Rice uses strong fourth quarter to best South Burlington
Brattleboro at St. Johnsbury, 2:30 p.m.
Green Mountain 52, Oxbow 32
North-South tournament at Rutland
Champlain Valley 75, Mount Anthony 36
C: Tucker Tharpe 14 points. Kyle Eaton 13 points.
A: Braedon Billert 12 points. Cole Gino 9 points.
Note: All 14 CVU players registered a point in the win.
Rutland 50, Essex 40
R: Jack Coughlin 13 points, 4 steals. Slade Postemski 11 points, 9 rebounds.
E: Thomas Price 14 points. Eli Bostwick 12 points.
50th Annual Barry Livermore Invitational
At Northern Adirondack Central Ellenburg Central (N.Y.)
Team scores (top 5): 1. Malone (N.Y.) 181; 2. Essex 162; 3. NAC (N.Y.) 128; 3. Ausable Valley (N.Y.) 115; 5. Otter Valley 102.
Outstanding wrestler (upper-weight class): Gil Stawinski, Essex.
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This article originally appeared on Burlington Free Press: Vermont high school sports scores, results for Saturday, December 11