Vermont H.S. sports scores for Saturday, February 12: See how your favorite team fared

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Women’s hockey

Vermont 5, Boston University 2

V: Reagan Miller 1G. Theresa Schafzahl 3G. Kristina Shanahan 1G. Jessie McPherson 23 saves.

B: Nadia Mattivi 1G. Mackenna Parker 1G. Callie Shanahan 28 saves.

Note: Host Vermont (20-10-2, 17-7-1) led 4-0 in the third period before BU was able to break through on Mattivi's goal. Vermont won the faceoff margin 29-21 and outshot BU 33-25. The Catamounts, who clinched a home Hockey East quarterfinal series, will finish the regular season on the road against Boston College on Feb. 18-19.

Women’s basketball

Albany 54, Vermont 52

A: Helene Haegerstrand 21 points. Kayla Cooper 9 points.

V: Anna Olson 15 points, 7 rebounds. Emma Utterback 13 points, 5 rebounds, 6 assists. Josie Larkins 9 points.

Note: Vermont (14-10, 8-5) fell behind by as many as 14 points and rallied down the stretch before Albany (17-7, 10-3) staved off the visitors to keep its home record unblemished at 12-0. The teams meet for Round 2 in Burlington on Monday. Tip-off is set for noon.

Men’s basketball

Vermont 76, Albany 63

Women's lacrosse

Vermont 17, Colgate 8

V: Ava Vasile 4G, 2A. Maris Large 3G. McKenzie Ballard 2G. Riley Halloran 2G, 4A. Sophie McLaughlin 6 saves.

C: Eliza Farriss 3G, 1A. Cara O'Reilly 3G. Amelia Cunningham 11 saves.

Note: Visiting Vermont outscored Colgate 6-0 in the fourth quarter to pull away for the season-opening win.

Men's lacrosse

Utah 11, No. 17 Vermont 10

U: Jared Andreala 3G. Tyler Bradbury 2G, 3A. Jordan Hyde 2G, 2A. Zion Dechesere 9 saves.

V: David Closterman 2G, 2A. Liam Limoges 2G, 1A. Jonathon McConvey 2G. Ryan Cornell 11 saves.

Note Utah jumped out to a 7-3 halftime lead and then held off the host Catamounts' late surge. McConvey's unassisted goal at 6:06 tied the game, but Utah's Josh Rose scored the winner with 1:28 to play to lift Utah. ... UVM drops to 0-2.


Girls basketball

Lyndon 57, Lamoille 47

Lyn: Brooke'lyn Robinson 20 points. Emma Renaudette 14 points, 20 rebounds. Olivia Lewis 9 points. Kadienne Whitcomb 8 points.

Lam: Hannah LaRock 11 points. Natalie Royer 8 points.

Hazen 43, Milton 41

H: Caitlyn Davison 19 points. Alexis Christensen 10 points.

M: Mallorie Chalmers 13 points, 7 rebounds, 5 assists, 4 steals. Laurie Olsaver 6 points, 7 rebounds, 2 assists.

Shenendehowa (N.Y.) 51, Champlain Valley 36

S: Bri Carey 17 points. Jillian Huerter 14 points.

C: Chloe Snipes 8 points. Addi Hunter 6 points, 8 rebounds. Shelby Companion 6 points, 6 assists.

Lake Region 40, South Burlington 35 (OT)

L: Maya Auger 12 points.

S: Aleah Staley 18 points. Miranda Hayes 10 points.

Note: Tied at 30 in overtime. Lake Region made 10 of 12 FTs to seal the victory.

Mount Mansfield 60, Mount Anthony 20

MMU: Cherise Shamp 18 points, 6 assists. Brianna Brownell 13 points, 10 rebounds. Jada Diamond 6 points, 6 assists, 4 steals, 4 deflections.

MAU: Madi Moore 9 points. Taeya Guetti 5 points.

Note: MMU led 20-11 at halftime.

Missisquoi 48, Vergennes 34

M: Mackenzie Vincent 17 points. Destinee Pigeon 9 points. Abby Paquette 9 points.

V: Ryley Dubois 7 points.

Note: MVU led 26-18 at haltime.

Rice 45, Northeastern Clinton (N.Y.) 38

R: Elyse MacDonough 15 points. Atika Haji 14 points. Kelli Cieplicki 11 points.

NEC: Bailee Lafountain 11 points.

Thetford 73, Randolph 10

T: Taylor West 16 points, 12 rebounds. Macey Smith 10 points. Mason Fahey 7 points, 8 steals.

Montpelier 50, Peoples 45

M: Ireland Donahue 15 points. Emily Swenson 10 points. Grace Nostrant 7 points.

P: Shelby Wells 21 points. Mychaela Watson 9 points. Morgan Reeve 7 points.

Rutland 49, Middlebury 23

R: Karsyn Bellomo 12 points. Ryleigh Hughes 11 points.

M: Cady Pitner 11 points.

Note: Host Rutland outscored Middlebury 19-3 in the third quarter.

North Country 60, Burlington 52

NC: Cora Nadeau 22 points. Sabine Brueck 16 points.

B: Nylah Mitchell 17 points, 5 rebounds. Bree McDonald 12 points, 5 rebounds, 4 assists. Mariah Larson 11 points.

Note: North Country led 17-5 after the first quarter.

St. Johnsbury 52, Brattleboro 25

BFA-Fairfax 42, Richford 38

Blue Mountain 35, Northfield 24

Boys basketball

Mount Abraham 40, Milton 39

MTA: Gavin Bannister 15 points. Henry Cogswell 12 points.

M: Hunter McClellan 8 points. Colin Mathis 7 points. Caden Button 7 points.

Note: Ahead 31-15 at the break, Mount Abraham saw Milton battle back for a 39-all tie with about a minute to play. After getting fouled following an offensive rebound, Ian Funk went 1 of 2 at the foul line with 6.6 seconds to left to break the tie and lift the Eagles to the win.

North Country 74, Middlebury 30

N: Austin Giroux 18 points. Brueck Cooper 14 points.

M: Penn Riney 14 points.

Vergennes 60, Fair Haven 49

V: Tyler Bermans 16 points, 10 rebounds. Hayden Bowen 12 points. Ian Henderson 10 points. Tim Ashley 10 points.

F: Sawyer Ramey 28 points.

Note: Vergennes shot 75% from the field in the second half.

St. Johnsbury 55, Rutland 35

SJ: Fritz Hauser 16 points. Cole Banks 11 points. Sam Begin 9 points.

R: Jack Coughlin 14 points.

White River Valley 71, Twin Valley 30

Bellows Falls 83, Poultney 36

Enosburg 60, Missisquoi 26

Girls hockey

Rice 3, Burr and Burton 1

R: Emma Shaarschmidt 2G. Isabelle Skidd 1G. Maddie Rugg 1A. Finley Strong 2A. Grace Nigolian 1A. Lindsey Taylor 14 saves.

B: Kaelin Downey 1G. Lauren Barrows 1A. Ada-Grace Perry 1A. Cyra Pacher 31 saves.

BFA-St. Albans 3, Spaulding 2

B: Caroline Bliss 1G. Reese Clayton 1G. Jodie Gratton 1G. Molly Smith 2A. Sophie Zemianek 1A. Rachel Needleman 1A. Rowan Howrigan 1A. Makenna Montgomery 16 saves.

S: Chelsea Bell 1G. Portia Berard 1G. Rebecca McKelvey 1A. Emily Morris 1A. Lilly Tewksbury 1A. Rayna Long 26 saves.

Note: Spaulding took a 1-0 lead into the 3rd period. BFA utilized three third-period power play goals to come back. Gratton's goal with 45 seconds to go broke the 2-all tie.

Rutland 4, Champlain Valley/Mount Mansfield 1

R: Addison Hubert 2G. Alyssa Kennedy 1G. Izzy Crossman 1G.

C/M: Sasha Miller 1G.

Essex 10, South Burlington 2

E: Ella Gibbs 1G. Malissa Erickson 1G. Ashley Stempek 1G. Dylan Line 2G. Ashleigh Gernander 1G. Gigi Bruyns 1G. Emma Airoldi 1G. Taylor Senecal 2G. Kelsan Carter 12 saves. Sophie Krauss 2 saves.

S: Sofia Richland 1G. Kiley Burke 1G. Abby Brennan 10 saves.

Burlington/Colchester 1, Kingdom Blades 1

BC: Molly Rublee 1G. Paige Codega Ryan 24 saves.

K: Brooke-Lynne Choinere 1G. Reese Petit 1A.

Woodstock 2, U-32 1 (OT)

W: Kassidy Haley 1G. Isabel Konijnenberg 1G. Meridian Bremel 17 saves.

U: Caitlyn Fielder 1G. Jin Clayton 12 saves. Renee Porter 18 saves.

Note: Konijnenberg scored at 1:17 of overtime.

Hartford 6, Harwood/Northfield 3

Middlebury 6, Stowe 4

Missisquoi at Brattleboro, 4:45 p.m.

Boys hockey

BFA-St. Albans 1, Colchester 0

B: Camden Johnson 1G. Sean Beauregard 1A. Mike Telfer 15 saves.

C: Kieran Phillips 17 saves.

Note: Johnson’s winner arrived at 2:38 of the third period to end the stalemate and lift the Bobwhites.

Harwood 5, St. Johnsbury 1

H: Aidan Vasseur 2G. Tyson Sylvia 1G. Jacob Green 1G. Cole Dezan 2A. Teighen Fils-Aime 26 saves.

SJ: Lucas Puskus 1G. Karson Clark 33 saves.

Rice 2, Champlain Valley 1 (OT)

R: Garrett Micciche 1G. Logan Lembrecht 1G. Andrew Libby 8 saves.

CV: Devon Fay 1G. Jason Douglas 24 saves.

Note: Lembrecht scored the OT winner at 4:09 of the extra period for Rice.

Spaulding 4, South Burlington 1

S: Jameson Solomon 2G. Garret Cameron 1G. Brady Lamberti 1G. Ian Longfellow 17 saves.

SB: Nick Kelly 1G. James Chagnon 25 saves.

Woodstock 3, Mount Mansfield 2

W: Cameron Harriman 1G. Evan Kurash 1G, 1A. Griffin Picon 1G, 1A. Keaton Picon 31 saves.

M: Alex Brown 1G. Gil Rowe 1G. Lucas Parisi 14 saves.

Stowe 7, Burlington 1

S: Derek Baxter 2G. Woody Reichelt 1G. Ivan Stancliff 1G. Aaron Lepikko 1G. Hayden Tibbits 1G. Nathan Nolan 1G. Conor Dunne 17 saves.

B: Cannon Poulin 1G. Steven Labombard 30 saves.

Essex 4, Rutland 1

E: Justin Prim 1G, 1A. Braedon Hemenway 1G, 1A. Hayden King 1G. Trenton Sisters 1G.

Milton 7, Brattleboro 1

M: Brandon Mitchell 3G, 1A. Owen Severy 2G. Riley Zeno 1G. Caleb Barnier 1G.

B: Evan Wright 1G.

Hartford 2, Missisquoi 1

H: Ozzy DeFelice 2G. Blaine Gour 2A. James McReynolds 1A. Aidan Boonyaharn 1A. Davey Bradley 17 saves.

M: Owen Kane 1G. Garrett Fregeau 49 saves.

Note: DeFelice scored on a power play with 4 minutes remaining in the game to win.

U-32 5, Burr and Burton 4

Middlebury at Northfield, 11 a.m.


Montpelier at Randolph, 10 a.m.

St. Johnsbury at Harwood, 3 p.m.


Statewide dual meet at Essex

Team results: 1. Spaulding; 2. Mount Anthony; 3. Essex; 4. Colchester; 5. Otter Valley; 6. Springfield.


Men’s hockey

Merrimack at Vermont, 1 p.m.


Women’s basketball

Albany at Vermont, noon

Men’s basketball

Vermont at Hartford, 7 p.m.


Girls basketball

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

Boys basketball

Mount Mansfield at Colchester, 7 p.m.

Rice at Essex, 7 p.m.

St. Johnsbury at South Burlington, 7 p.m.

Enosburg at Mount Abraham, 7 p.m.

Vergennes at Middlebury, 7 p.m.

North Country at Missisquoi, 7 p.m.

Boys hockey

Spaulding at Essex, 5 p.m.

(Subject to change)

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This article originally appeared on Burlington Free Press: Vermont high school sports scores for Saturday, February 12