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Women’s basketball

Vermont 47, Binghamton 34

V: Anna Olson 19 points, 7 rebounds. Delaney Richason 10 points, 6 rebounds. Emma Utterback 8 points.

B: Birna Benonysdottir 15 points.

Note: After being outscored 13-10 in the first quarter, Vermont (14-9, 7-4) held Binghamton (5-15, 1-9) to under 10 points in each of the remaining three frames, including just five in the fourth. Vermont shot 35.2% from the floor for the game and lost the rebound margin by 1. UVM scored 18 points off of turnovers. Now on a 3-game win streak, the Catamounts play at Albany on Saturday.

Men’s basketball

Vermont 82, Binghamton 51


Girls basketball

Essex 49, Burlington 32

E: Emilyrose Mercier 21 points. Emma Whitney 9 points.

B: Libby Westbrook 7 points. Anna Diebold 7 points.

Note: Essex started the third quarter on an 11-0 run.

Enosburg 35, BFA-St. Albans 20

E: Allison Bowen 9 points, 9 rebounds. Kayla Gervais 8 points. Alexis Kittell 8 points.

B: Lauren-Kate Garceau 8 points.

Note: Enosburg led 24-9 at the break.

Colchester 52, Missisquoi 43 (Tuesday)

C: Ryleigh Garrow 20 points.

M: Abigail Paquette 11 points.

White River Valley 46, Rivendell 32

WRV: Tanner Drury 21 points. Jillian Barry 14 points.

R: Alex McFate 10 points.

Boys basketball

St. Johnsbury 43, Colchester 18

S: Murphy Young 11 points.

C: Jackson Miller 7 points.

Note: St. Johnsbury led 18-9 at halftime.

Missisquoi 57, Middlebury 50

Mis: Hayzen Luneau 23 points. Maliki Unwin-Jackson 14 points. Ray Fournier 8 points.

Mid: Jack Trudeau 13 points. Nikolai Luksch 12 points. Penn Riney 10 points.

Note: Missisquoi led 28-25 at halftime.

North Country 58, Milton 31

N: Cooper Brueck 18 points. Austin Giroux 14 points. Cayde Micknak 8 points.

M: Ben Godin 15 points, 9 rebounds. Hunter McClellan 6 points.

Note: After an 11-11 1st quarter, North Country’s stifling defense held Milton to just 8 points in the next 2 quarters.

Mount Abraham 64, Vergennes 57 (OT)

A: Henry Cogswell 17 points. Gavin Bannister 16 points. Daniel Rodriguez 12 points. Chance Denecker 9 points.

V: Tim Ashley 25 points. Elijah Dupree 9 points.

Note: In a back-and-forth game, Ashley sent the game into overtime with 7 points in the fourth. In OT Denecker hit two 3s and Cogswell nailed 3 of four from the line to seal the win. Mount Abraham won its 7th straight game.

Williamstown 56, Lyndon 53

W: Michael Murphy 18 points, 5 assists. Thomas Parrott 14 points, 8 rebounds. Brady Donahue 10 points. Greer Peloquin 8 points.

L: Evan Sanborn 28 points.

Brattleboro 56, Northhampton, MA 53 (OT)

B: Tate Chamberlin 13 points. Sam Mattocks 12 points. Cameron Frost 12 points. Calvin Gould 9 points. Willem Thurber 9 points.

Hazen 64, Peoples 35

H: Carter Hill 20 points, 4 assists. Tyler Rivard 12 points. Jadon Baker 6 points, 8 rebounds, 4 assists.

P: Chandler Follensbee 11 points.

Note: Hazen led 31-16 at halftime.

Winooski 76, Oxbow 22

W: Hayden Bourgeois 21 points. Kellen Bourgeois 18 points, 7 rebounds. David Klinker 12 points, 7 rebounds. Muhudin Abdi 11 points, 11, assists, 5 steals. Sam Parris 10 points, 4 assists.

Oxbow: Reece Isley 8 points. Chase Lund 8 points.

Montpelier 91, Lamoille 45

M: Jonah Cattaneo 21 points. Rashid Nikiema 20 points.

Note: Cattaneo reached 1,000 career points in the second quarter.

Northfield 56, Richford 38

N: Carson Smit 18 points. Preston Lilly 12 points. Adam King 10 points.

R: Jerrick Jacobs 12 points.

Harwood 52, U-32 46

H: Cole Hill 11 points, 7 rebounds. Tobey Bellows 10 points.

U: Jacob Fair 17 points, 6 rebounds, 2 steals. Elvin Stowell 10 points, 7 rebounds.

Note: Harwood used an 18-9 run in the fourth quarter to seize a big league win.

Danville 63, BFA-Fairfax 43

Blue Mountain 80, Craftsbury 37

Thetford 60, Lake Region 39

Randolph at Spaulding, 7 p.m.

Girls hockey

Champlain Valley/Mount Mansfield 4, Burlington/Colchester 2

CM: Tess Everett 2G. Hannah Schmid 1G, 1A. Samara Tucker 1G, 2A. Sabina Brochu 1A. Anna West 1A. Riley Erdman 1A. Grace Ferguson 14 saves.

BC: Gussie Guyette 1G. Fiona McHugh 1G. Hanna Coughlin 1A. Camryn Poulin 1A. Leah Boyd 23 saves.

Note: Champlain Valley/Mount Mansfield held a 4-2 lead after the second period.

Kingdom Blades 5, South Burlington 2

K: Clara Andre 3G. Alexandra Mosher 2G. Abby Brennan 17 saves.

S: Sawyer Bailey 1G. Mia Angwin 1G. Lucie McCarney 1A. Amber Rousseau 1 save. Abby Brennan 17 saves.

Spaulding 7, Rutland 6

S: Rebecca McKelvey 3G, 1A. Chelsea Bell 1G, 1A. Portia Berard 2G, 1A. Lilly Tewksbury 1G. Hannah King 1A. Zoe Tewksbury 1A. Emily Morris 1A. Molly Parker 1A. Mattie Cetin 18 saves.

R: Elizabeth Cooley 2G, 1A. Alyssa Kennedy 2G. Isabel Crossman 1G, 2A. Addison Hubert 1G, 1A. Elise Lidstone 1A. Sydney Wood 1A. Sierra McDermott 19 saves.

Note: Spaulding led 6-2 late in the third when Rutland scored on three straight shots to make it close. Rebecca McKelvey notched her fourth hat trick of the season for the Tide.

BFA-St. Albans 5, Essex 2

B: Bri Jarvis 2G. Caroline Bliss 1G, 2A. Jodie Gratton 1G, 1A. Sophie Zemianek 1G. Makenna Montgomery 25 saves.

E: Taylor Senecal 1G. Dylan Line 1G. Abby Smith 2A. Gillian Bruyns 1A. Kelsan Carter 24 saves.

Note: BFA scored four unaswered goals in the third period.

Rice 2, Missisquoi 0

R: Katie Craig 2G. Grace Nigolian 1A. Lindsey Taylor 32 saves.

M: Karissa Leclair 21 saves.

Note: Rice scored both goals in the second period.

Stowe 6, Brattleboro 4

S: Iris Stacy 2G, 1A. Lydia Wilson 1G. Zoe James 1G. Kate Tilgner 1G, 1A. Isabel Donza 1G, 1A. Orly Bryan 1A. Jackie Henderson 2A. Falon Forrest 1A. Iris Cloutier 30 saves.

B: Juliana Miskovich 3G. Lily Carignan 1A. Willow Romo 1A. Marina Wilson 1A. Grace Szpila 1G. Lakota Offenburger, Angela Jobin, Brittney Wright combined for 25 saves.

Note: Stowe took a 4-1 lead after the first period. Stacy netted her first goals of her high school career.

Woodstock 8, Middlebury 1

W: Isabel Konijnenberg 4G. Gracelyn Laperle. 3G, 2A. Sophie Yates 1G. Fiona Piconi 4A. Meridian Bremel 10 saves.

M: Hana Doria 1G. Ruby Hubbell 21 saves.

Harwood/Northfield 4, Burr and Burton 1

H/N: Louisa Thomsen 3G, 1A. Maggie Aiken 2A. Jordan Hunter 30 saves.

BB: Kaelin Downey 1G. MacLean Thuermer 20 saves.

Hartford 5, U-32 0

Boys hockey

Harwood 3, Lyndon 2

H: Pacie McGrath 2G. Tyson Sylvia 1G. Teighen Fils-Aime 32 saves.

L: Nick Matteis 1G. Alex Giroux 1G. Logan Miller 43 saves.

Note: McGrath scored the go-ahead goal 21 seconds after Lyndon tied it up in the second period.

Milton 3, Burlington 1

M: Owen Severy 1G, 1A. Brandon Mitchell 1G. Cooper Goodrich 1G. Teddy Munson 11 saves.

B: Camryn Poulin 1G. Steven Labombard 49 saves.

Essex 5, Colchester 4 (OT)

E: Drew Forcier 1G. Matt Cincotta 1A. Justin Prim 1G, 1A. Brendan Dubray 1G. Gavin Blondin 1G, 2A. Ben Peake 1A. Braedon Hemingway 1A. Tobey Cram 1G. Max Foster 28 saves.

C: Liam Evarts 1G. Jason Brown 1G. Alex Rublee 1G, 1A. Cooper Blondin 2A. Kaleb McKinley 1G. Ben Sherman 1A. Brody Rassel 1A. Kieran Phillips 29 saves.

Note: Colchester came back from a three goal deficit and tied the game with 31 seconds left on Rublee's goal. Essex capitalized in overtime on Cram's one timer.

Champlain Valley 3, Rutland 2

C: Travis Stoh 2G. Nolan Shea 1G.

R: Patrick Cooley 1G. Graham Seidner 1G.

Note: CVU scored on a power play in the third period to win.

Hartford 7, Mount Mansfield 2

H: James McReynolds 2G. Ozzy DeFelice 2G. Joseph Barwood 1G. Ezra Mock 1G. Connor Tierney 1G. Davey Bradley 12 saves.

M: Jack Senecal 1G. Garrett Marchant 1G. Declan Heney 25 saves.

Notes: Hartford led 4-0 after the first quarter.

Stowe 8, Northfield 2

S: Woody Reichelt 3G. Nathan Nolan 1G. Bo Graves 1G. Ivan Stancliff 1G. Aaron Lepikko 1G. Fletcher Lewton 1G. Conor Dunne 11 saves.

N: Nicholas Passalacqua 1G. Locan Amell 1G. Landon Amell 27 saves.

Note: Reichelt scored three goals in the first period. Stancliff and Lewton scored their first goals of their career.

South Burlington 4, Rice 3 (OT)

SB: Will Hershberg 1G. Andrew Chandler 1G. Rowan Killeen 1G. Nick Kelly 1G. Blake Truchon 27 saves.

R: Logan Lembrecht 2G. Jackson Strong 2A. Garrett Micciche 1G. Giles Heilman 24 saves.

Note: Killeen tied it up at 10:46 of the third period and Kelly’s game-winner, via Zach Erickson’s feed, won it for the Wolves 2:38 into the extra session.

BFA-St. Albans 5, Spaulding 0

B: Ethan Audy 1G, 1A. Sean Beauregard 2G. Ethan Audy 1G, 2A. Colin Audy 1G. Mike Telfer 15 saves, Carter Verroneau 3 saves.

S: Ian Longfellow 24 saves.

Note: A three-goal second period powered the Bobwhites.

U-32 6, Missisquoi 0

U: Hazen Stoufer 2G. Shane Starr 1G. Nolan Lyford 1G. Brenden Tedeschi 1G. Owen Jones 1G. Duncan Mathies 9 saves. Henry Lumbra 6 saves.

M: Garrett Fregeau 28 saves.

Notes: Jones netted his first high school career goal.

Woodstock 2, Burr and Burton 1

Brattleboro at St. Johnsbury, 6 p.m.


At Middlebury

South Burlington 100.70, Middlebury 86.45

Vault: 1. Ella Maynard, (South Burlington) 8.1; 2. Kyra Papariello, (South Burlington) 7.9; 3. Marisa Biddle, (South Burlington) 7.55; 4. Mary Johnson, (Middlebury) 7.3. Bars: 1. Ella Maynard, 7.0; 2. Kyra Papariello, 6.0; 3. Alyza Alger, (Middlebury) 5.3; 4. Mary Johnson, (Middlebury) 4.5. Beam: 1. Ella Maynard, 9.2; T2. Kyra Papariello, 5.37.3; T2. Alyza Alger, 5.37.3; 4. Lily Dulin, (South Burlington) 7.05. Floor: 1. Ella Maynard, 7.85; 2. Kyra Papariello, 7.4; 3. Alyza Alger, 6.7; 4. Mary Johnson, 6.6. All Around: 1. Ella Maynard, 32.15; 2. Kyra Papariello, 28.6; 3. Mary Johnson, 25.2; 4. Marisa Biddle, 23.7.


Boys basketball

BFA-St. Albans at Essex, 7:30 p.m.

Girls basketball

Burlington at South Burlington, 7 p.m.

Champlain Valley at St. Johnsbury, 6:30 p.m.

Essex at Rice, 7 p.m.

Mount Mansfield at BFA-St. Albans, 7:30 p.m.

Middlebury at Colchester, 7 p.m.

Lamoille at Harwood, 7 p.m.

Peoples at Lake Region, 7 p.m.

Montpelier at Lyndon, 7 p.m.

Spaulding at Oxbow, 7 p.m.

Hartford at U-32, 7 p.m.

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

Hazen at Stowe, 7 p.m.

Blue Mountain at Richford, 7 p.m.

Williamstown at Winooski, 7 p.m.

Craftsbury at Northfield, 7 p.m.

Twinfield at Danville, 7:30 p.m.

(Subject to change)

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This article originally appeared on Burlington Free Press: Vermont high school sports scores for Wednesday, February 9