Vermont H.S. sports scores for Wednesday, January 26: See how your favorite team fared

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Women’s basketball

Stony Brook 71, Vermont 63

Men’s basketball

Vermont 80, Stony Brook 67


Boys basketball

Champlain Valley 54, Essex 37

C: Alex Provost 14 points. Tucker Tharpe 10 points. Patrick Ricca 9 points.

E: Andrew Goodrich 7 points. Thomas Price 7 points. Malakai Valgean 7 points.

Note: Trailing 22-16 at halftime, visiting Champlain Valley used an 11-2 run to start the third quarter to earn the lead and outscored Essex 38-15 in the second half.

Vergennes 48, Enosburg 47

V: Tim Ashely 19 points. Tyler Bergmans 11 points, 6 assists, 9 rebounds.

E: Devyn Gleason 24 points.

Middlebury 50, Milton 42

Mid: Penn Riney 16 points, 15 rebounds.

Mit: Colin Mathis 10 points.

Spaulding 62, Harwood 44

S: Grady Chase 15 points. Cooper Diego 11 points. Riley Severy 11 points. Andrew Trottier 9 points.

H: Harper Davey 14 points. Cooper Olney 11 points. Tobey Bellows 9 points.

Note: Spaulding, which led 44-34 after three quarters, sank 10 3-pointers for the game.

Lamoille 58, U-32 48

L: Gabe Locke 30 points, 6 rebounds, 4 assists. Eliott Tilton 13 points, 5 rebounds. Liam Dearborn 9 points. Jackson Stanton 4 points, 12 assists.

U: Elvin Stowell 13 points. Jacob Fair 13 points. Cameron Comstock 12 points.

Montpelier 86, Lyndon 23

M: Jonah Cattaneo 28 points. Rashid Nikiema 17 points. Carson Cody 9 points.

Note: Montpelier made 10 3-pointers and raced to a 28-8 halftime lead.

Hazen 64, Thetford 35

H: Tyler Rivard 21 points, 17 rebounds. Carter Hill 11 points, 8 assists. Aasha Gould 10 points.

T: Jacob Gilman 12 points.

Note: Hazen led 34-13 at the break and improves to 9-0.

Northfield 58, Winooski 55

N: Carson Smith 25 points. Adam King 10 points. Hayden Lilly 10 points.

W: Ayden Johnson 24 points. Trevon Bradley 13 points.

Note: Lilly knocked down key free throws late in the fourth quarter.

Danville 50, Twinfield 48

D: Dillon Brigham 17 points, 17 rebounds. Andrew Joncas 11 points. Christian Young 10 points.

Fair Haven 74, Hartford 61

F: Sawyer Ramey 41 points.

H: Jacob Seaver 20 points.

Mount Abraham 51, Missisquoi 35

MTA: Henry Cogswell 24 points. Chance Denecker 7 points.

Miss: Ray Fournier 13 points.

Note: Mount Abraham outscored Missisquoi 16-6 in the third quarter.

Peoples 55, Williamstown 39

BFA-Fairfax 46, Stowe 37

Lake Region at Randolph, 7 p.m.

Craftsbury at Oxbow, 7 p.m.

Girls basketball

Rice 59, Burlington 48

R: Cassie Beste 15 points. Elyse MacDonough 14 points. Ava MacDonough 12 points.

B: Bree McDonald 16 points, 9 rebounds. Nylah Mitchell 14 points, 8 rebounds. Libby Westbrook 12 rebounds.

Note: Rice outscored host BHS 19-9 in the fourth quarter.

Girls hockey

BFA-St. Albans 3, Burlington/Colchester 0

BFA: Rowan Howrigan 2G. Annika Fersing 1G. Kate Storms 1A. Grace Fraties 1A. Jodie Gratton 2A. Caroline Bliss 1A. Erin Jackson 14 saves.

B/C: Leah Boyd 33 saves.

Note: Jackson recorded her first career shutout.

Harwood/Northfield 4, Rice 3 (OT)

H: Louisa Thomsen 4G. Jordan Hunter 40 saves.

R: Katie Craig 3G. Lindsey Taylor 24 saves.

Note Thomsen scored the winner in OT.

U-32 6, Missisquoi 5 (OT)

U: Grace Lagerstedt 1G. Caitlyn Fielder 3G, 2A. Alyssa Frazier 2G, 1A. Renee Porter 14 saves.

M: Rory Schreindorfer 1G. Holley Maclellan 3G, 1A. Karissa Laclair 1G.Kali Faveau-Ward 32 saves.

Note: Frazier knotted the game at 5 with 1:30 left in the third period. Then in OT Frazier, assisted by Fielder, scored the game-winner at the 2:25 mark.

Essex 5, Kingdom Blades 1

E: Zuzu Rooney 1G. Gillian Bruyns 2G. Abby Smith 2G, 3A. Ashley Stempek 2A. Nielsa Maddalena 3A. Kelsan Carter 15 saves.

KB: Alexandra Mosher 1G. Sara Tanner 17 saves.

Note: Essex scored three goals in a nine mintue span in the third period.

Spaulding 8, Champlain Valley/Mount Mansfield 1

S: Chelsea Bell 2G. Zoe Tewksbury 1G. Portia Berard 3G. Bria Dill 1G. Hannah King 1G. Mattie Cetin 11 saves.

C/M: Tess Everett 1G. Riley Erdman 1A. Gracie Deavitt 29 saves.

Woodstock 7, Brattleboro 0

W: Isabel Konignenberg 2G, 2A. Skylar Haley 2G.

Rutland 8, South Burlington 1

R: Elise Lidstone 1G. Alyssa Kennedy 3G. Elizabeth Cooley 2G. Izzy Crossman 1G. Addison Hubert 1G.

S: Sabrina Brunet 1G.

Middlebury 6, Burr and Burton 1

M: McKenna Raymond 1G. Avery Gale 3G, 1A. Lia Calzini 1G, 1A. Erin Mulcahy 1G, 1A. Nyna Cole 2A. Amelia Quesnel 1A. Kenyon Connors 1A.

B: Kaelin Downey 1G. Skylar Smith 1A.

Note: Middlebury scored four goals in the second period.

Hartford 6, Stowe 1

Boys hockey

U-32 5, Brattleboro 3

U: Hazen Stoufer 1G. Nolan Lyford 1G. Tae Rossmassler 1G. Shane Starrr 1G. River Sciarrotta 1G.

B: Evan Wright 2G. Will Taggard 1G.

Burr and Burton 6, Middlebury 1

B: Max Brownlee 2G. Matt Grabher 1G. Karter Noyes 2G. Jack McCoy 1G.

M: Toby Draper 1G.

Note: Burr and Burton led 5-1 heading into the third period.

Lyndon 7, St. Johnsbury 1

L: Alex Giroux 3G. Ashton Gould 1G, 1A. Theo Levine 1G. Nick Matteis 2G, 2A. Aiden Hale 1A. Dylan Miller 1A.Andrew Menard 1A. Garret Shatney 19 saves.

S: Gehrig Beck 1G. Karson Clark 39 saves.

Note: Lyndon powered 26 shots on net and scored 3 goals in the second period. Lyndon improves to 7-1.

Harwood 3, Woodstock 2

H: Jacob Green 1G. Tyson Sylvia 1G. Charly Seitz 1G.

W: Evan Kurash 1G, 1A. Griffin Piconi 1G. Keaton Piconi 25 saves.

Note: Harwood scored twice in the third period to pull out the win.

Essex 3, BFA-St. Albans 1

E: Matt Cincotta 1G, 1A. Nicholas Bradley 1G. Ben Peake 1G. Hunter Driver 1A. Drew Forcier 1A. Brendan Dubray 1A. Ian Boutin 19 saves.

B: Matt Merrill 1G. Cam Johnson 1A. Michael Telfer 18 saves.

Note: In a rematch of last year’s D-I title game, visiting Essex staked to a 3-1 lead after two periods to drop BFA to 9-1. Essex improves to 6-3.

Hartford 6, Burlington 1

H: Blaine Gour 3G, 1A. Joseph Barwood 1G, 1A. Ezra Mock 1G, 2A. James Reynolds 1G, 1A. Ozzy DeFelice 1A. Aidan Boonyaharn 1A. Davey Bradley 3 saves.

B: Cannon Poulin 1G. Steven Labombard 43 saves.

Mount Mansfield 3, Stowe 1

MM: Jack Senecal 1G, 1A. Gil Rowe 1G, 1A. Harrison Wheeler 1G. Garrett Marchant 2A. Declan Heney 31 saves.

S: Adrian Bryan 1G. Eames Eiden 1A. Conor Dunne 18 saves.

Spaulding 6, Champlain Valley 2

South Burlington 4, Milton 1

Rutland at Rice, ppd.


At Green Mountain Training Center

Champlain Valley 124.5, Milton 81.25, Randolph 53.45

Vault: Kayla Meegan (Lamoille) 9.35. Warner Babic (CVU) 8.05. Ruby Opton (CVU) 8.0. Bars: Warner Babic 8.6. Kayla Meegan 8.45. Ruby Opton 7.75. Beam: Ruby Opton 8.8. Kayla Meegan 8.45. Cadence Haggerty (CVU) 8.35. Floor: Ruby Opton 9.35. Cadence Haggerty 9.25. Kayla Meegan 9.2. All Around: Kayla Meegan 35.45. Ruby Opton 33.9. Sally Wahl (CVU) 27.35.


Mount Mansfield, Champlain Valley at Spaulding, 6 p.m.


Girls basketball

South Burlington at Champlain Valley, 7 p.m.

Essex at Burlington, 7:30 p.m.

Mount Mansfield at St. Johnsbury, 6:30 p.m.

Mount Abraham at Enosburg, 7 p.m.

BFA-St. Albans at Rice, 7 p.m.

Harwood at Lake Region, 7 p.m.

Lamoille at Montpelier, 7:30 p.m.

Thetford at Lyndon, 7 p.m.

Peoples at Spaulding, 7 p.m.

U-32 at Oxbow, 7 p.m.

BFA-Fairfax at Danville, 7:30 p.m.

Hazen at Williamstown, 7 p.m.

Richford at Milton, 7 p.m.

Twinfield at Stowe, 7 p.m.

Winooski at Craftsbury, 6 p.m.

Blue Mountain at Northfield, 7 p.m.


Mount Abraham at Vergennes, 5:30 p.m.

Harwood at Colchester, 7 p.m.

(Subject to change)

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This article originally appeared on Burlington Free Press: Vermont high school sports scores, results for Wednesday, January 26