Vermont H.S. scores for Jan. 30: See how your favorite team fared
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MONDAY'S H.S. GAMES
Burlington/Colchester 4, Hartford 1
B/C: Camryn Poulin 1G, 1A. Karissa LeClair 1G, 1A. Holley MacLellan 1G. Gussie Guyette 1G. Norra Moody 1A. Georgia Wool 1A. Fiona McHugh 1A. Paige Codega-Ryan 23 saves.
H: Braelyn Park 1G. Madison Barwood 1A. Sydney Stillman 18 saves.
Note: Tied at 1 early in third, Poulin, LeClair and MacLellan notched goals in the game's final 7:35 to lead the Sealakers (9-2-2).
Kingdom Blades 7, Stowe 3
KB: Ella Blaise 3G. Isabel Gaudreau 1G. Alexandra Mosher 1G. Gabrielle Young 1G. Kennedy Perrigo 1G.
S: Isabel Donza 2G. Lydia Watson 1G.
Note: The Kingdom Blades scored four times in the second period.
Champlain Valley 3, U-32 3
CV: Zach Vincent 1G. Nic Menard 1G, 1A. Connor Malaney 1G. Trevin Keefe 33 saves.
U: Maddox Heise 1G. Max Scribner 1G. Colton Warren 1G. Duncan Mathies 24 saves.
Note: Warren notched the equalizer with 4:26 left in the third period as U-32 salvaged a tie with Division I's CVU.
Missisquoi 6, Woodstock 3
M: Ben Ledoux 1G. Colby Young 1G, 1A. Camden Bertrand 1G. Beau Reynolds 1G. Camden Longway 1G, 1A. Jaden Butler 1G. Wyett Bellrose 2A. Ethan Stefaniak 34 saves.
W: Kyle Costales 1G, 1A. Ethan Havill 1G. Graeme McKeon 1G. Dominic Palazzo 20 saves.
Note: Butler scored on an empty netter for his first career goal.
Rutland 3, Milton 1
R: Ethan Wideawake 2G, Cameron Rider 1G, 1A. Anders Lowkes 1A. Greg Olson 1A. Noah Bruttomesso 21 saves.
M: Jack Devlin 1G. Caleb Barnier 1A. Griffin Smith 26 saves.
Note: Tied at 1 entering the third period, Rutland tallied on the power play and added an empty-netter.
Hartford 7, Stowe 2
H: Ozzy DeFelice 3G. Joseph Barwood 2G. Matt Hayes 1G. Blaine Gour 1G, 1A. James Reynolds 3A. Logan Caffrey 2A. Connor Tierney 2A. Davey Bradley 14 saves.
S: Woody Reichelt 1G. Ashton Tibbets 1G. Liam Newhouse 29 saves.
Note: Hartford coach Todd Bebeau earned his 300th career victory.
Congratulations to coach Todd Bebeau for earning his 300th career victory tonight. On behalf of the entire Hurricane hockey community we wish you a heartfelt congratulations on this incredible accomplishment and a huge thank you for everything you do. pic.twitter.com/uPg3ejxzzQ
— HHS Athletics (@hcaneswirl) January 31, 2023
Mount Abraham 37, Colchester 31
MA: Maia Jensen 9 points, 5 steals. Louisa Painter 9 points. Payton Vincent 7 rebounds.
C: Emma Litchfield 13 points.
Milton at Twinfield/Cabot 5:30 p.m.
Enosburg at BFA-Fairfax, 7 p.m.
Rutland 46, Brattleboro 35
Mount Mansfield 62, Rice 51
MM: Owen Pinaud 16 points. Josh Syverson 11 points. Dylan Hamilton 10 points.
T: Drew Bessette 11 points. Daniel Bogre 10 points.
Note: A Pinaud 3-pointer halfway through the fourth quarter gave MMU a 53-44 cushion in the home win.
Burlington 46, Colchester 44
B: Charite Dzingou 15 points. Noah McDonald 9 points.
C: Holden Richard 15 points.
Note: BHS used a strong second quarter (11-4 edge) to level the game at halftime while Khiem Nguyen made clutch foul shots in the fourth quarter to seal the road win.
Champlain Valley 70, St. Johnsbury 48
CV: Kyle Eaton 18 points. Alex Provost 15 points. Tucker Tharpe 14 points. Sam Sweeney 12 points.
SJ: Harry Geng 17 points. Rex Hauser 8 points.
Note: Up 29-28 at halftime, CVU opened the third quarter with a 15-2 run and then the fourth with a 20-3 run to pull away from the Hilltoppers.
South Burlington 61, Essex 43
SB: Tyler Bergmans 25 points. Deng Aguek 11 points. Khalil Quebec-Hill 8 points.
E: Josh Brown 17 points. Lucas Mercier 7 points.
Note: Down 16-5 after the opening quarter, South Burlington seized a 24-23 halftime lead.
Montpelier 91, Lyndon 62
M: Carson Cody 27 points. Carter Bruzzese 21 points. Hayden Lilley 13 points. Ronnie Riby-Williams 9 points.
L: Austin Wheeler 27 points.
Harwood 53, Lamoille 30
H: Tobey Bellows 26 points.
Note: Bellows sank six 3-points in the road win.
Hazen 62, Randolph 35
H: Tyler Rivard 23 points, 21 rebounds, 5 assists. Jadon Baker 11 points, 5 steals
R: Ethan Davignon 13 points.
Blue Mountain 60, Oxbow 24
Peoples at Thetford, 7 p.m.
TUESDAY'S H.S. GAMES
Burlington at St. Johnsbury, 6:30 p.m.
South Burlington at Mount Mansfield, 7 p.m.
Essex at BFA-St. Albans, 7:30 p.m.
Champlain Valley at Rice, 7 p.m.
BFA-Fairfax at Winooski, 7 p.m.
Craftsbury at Milton, 6 p.m.
Richford at Stowe, 7 p.m.
Twinfield at Hazen, 7 p.m.
Lamoille at Lyndon, 6:30 p.m.
U-32 at Montpelier, 7 p.m.
Randolph at Lake Region, 7 p.m.
Thetford at Spaulding, 7 p.m.
Harwood at Oxbow, 7 p.m.
Blue Mountain at Williamstown, 7 p.m.
Danville at Northfield, 7 p.m.
Enosburg at North Country, 6:30 p.m.
Middlebury at Mount Abraham, 7 p.m.
Milton at Vergennes, 7 p.m.
Champlain Valley, Mount Abraham at Mount Abraham, 5:30 p.m.
(Subject to change)
This article originally appeared on Burlington Free Press: Vermont high school sports scores for Monday, Jan. 30