Sat. Mar 2nd, 2024

The 2023-24 Vermont high school winter season has begun. See below for scores, schedules and game details (statistical leaders, game notes) from basketball, hockey, gymnastics, wrestling, Nordic/Alpine skiing and other winter sports.

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Vermont H.S. boys, girls hockey power rankings (Jan. 23)

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Standout athletes in bowling, gymnastics, Alpine and Nordic skiing and wrestling


Girls hockey

South Burlington 3, Hartford 0

SB: Sabrina Brunet 2G. Hadia Ahmed 1G. Annika Erickson 1A. Taylor Tobrocke 18 saves.

H: Nella Bowen 15 saves.

Essex 3, Spaulding 1

E Lilliana Baldasaro 1G, 1A. Malissa Erickson 1G. Lucy Minadeo 1G. Elizah Martin 1A. Abby Desilets 1A. Leah Miller 1A. Calleigh Bruyns 1A. Sophie Krauss 15 saves.

S: Ellie Parker 1G. Gabrielle Bock 411 saves.

Note: After trailing Spaulding 1-0, Essex scored a second-period power play goal to ignite a victory. Erickson’s tally at 5:25 of the third broke the tie.

Kingdom Blades 2, Burr and Burton 0

KB: Isabella Butler 2G. Brooke-Lynne Choiniere 2A. Taylor Blaise 30 saves.

BB: Cyra Pacher 13 saves.

Note: Butler scored twice in the third period to lift the undefeated Kingdom Blades.

Champlain Valley/Mount Mansfield 3, Woodstock 1

CV/MM: Eva Mazur 1G. Clark Clark 1G. Sophie Brien 1G. Alex Walpole 1A. KerriBeth Aldrich 1A. Megan Rivard 1A.

W: Fiona Piconi 1G.

Note: Brien’s third-period goal gave the CougarHawks their final margin of victory.

Burlington/Colchester 3, U-32 1

Rice at Stowe, 4:15 p.m.

BFA-St. Albans at Middlebury, 5 p.m.

Rutland at Missisquoi, 5:30 p.m.

Brattleboro 7, Harwood 2

Boys hockey

Rice 4, Burr and Burton 1

R: Joe Alexander 1G. Ollie Mobley 1G. Tyler Russo 1G, 1A. Mackenzie Owens 1G, 1A. Conor Reilly 2A. JD Raleigh 1A. Henry Monaghan 13 saves.

BB: Bodie Smith 1G. Luke Brownlee 1A. Michael Hornby 35 saves.

Colchester 6, Mount Mansfield 1

C: Colton Lefebvre 2G. Quinn Dousevicz 2G. Ben Sherman 1G, 1A. Ben Rolston 1G. Adam Maher 1A. Brody Rassel 1A. Andrew Hale 1A. Gunner Navari 1A. Miles O’Brien 1A. Kieran Phillips 29 saves.

MM: Garret Carter 1G. Lucas Parisi 11 saves.

Spaulding 3, Essex 2

Northfield at U-32, 4:15 p.m.

Lyndon at Brattleboro, 4:45 p.m.

Rutland at Champlain Valley, 7:30 p.m.

Hartford at South Burlington, 6:10 p.m.

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

Missisquoi at St. Johnsbury 7 p.m.

Stowe at Woodstock, 7:40 p.m.

Harwood at Milton, 8 p.m.

Girls basketball

Lamoille 47, Harwood 42

H: Eloise Lilley 22 points, 6 rebounds. Quinn Nelson 15 points, 13 rebounds.

L: Evie Pirie 25 points. Alana Crittenden 10 rebounds. Marielle Benoit 10 rebounds.

Note: Lamoille opened a nine-point lead in the fourth quarter before Harwood rallied to take a one-point margin. But visiting Lamoille closed it out in a playoff-like atmosphere, Harwood coach Tommy Young said.

Mount Abraham 48, Milton 29

MA: Mackenzie Griner 17 points, 9 rebounds. Abba Parker 13 points, 4 steals. Hazel Guillmette 10 points.

MILT: Marlie Bushey 16 points.

Colchester 58, Vergennes 29

C :Nicole Norton 18 points. Emma Litchfield 11 points. Anya Davis 10 points, 7 assists. Maddy Booska 11 rebounds.

Enosburg 38, Middlebury 29

E: Cam Benoit 12 points. Lilly Robtoy 10 points. Erica Goodhue 7 points, 7 rebounds.t

Danville 42, Northfield 34

BFA-Fairfax 44, Stowe 29

Hazen 56, Blue Mountain 20

White River Valley 53, Rivendell 41

Brattleboro 42, Fair Haven 39

Boys basketball

Winooski 81, Northfield 8

W: Chris Buker 21 points, 14 rebounds, 3 blocks. Hussein Mohamed 16 points. Nick Ferdinand 10 points, 7 rebounds. Omar Turnage 11 points, 7 rebounds. Sam Parris 12 points, 6 assist, 6 steals. Destin Enwa 10 points, 4 assists, 2 steals. 

Albany Academy (N.Y.) 62, Rice 55

A: Ras Godbolt 22 points. Cyrus Matia 17 points.

R: Owen Eaton 23 points. Abdi Sharif 10 points. Evan Eaton 7 points.

Note: Visiting Albany Academy had a 31-22 halftime lead. Rice cut the deficit to one but couldn’t complete the comeback bid. Owen Eaton sank five 3s to pace Rice (13-1).

Blue Mountain at Twinfield/Cabot, 7 p.m.

Danville at Richford, 7 p.m.

Middlebury 62, Mount Anthony 55

Fair Haven 75, Bellows Falls 63


Champlain Valley/Middlebury at Montpelier, 4:30 p.m.


Otter Valley tournament

Indoor track and field

State championships at University of Vermont

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