South Burlington 13, Rutland 10: South Burlington held off a late surge from host Rutland to get the win on Thursday.

Christina March led the Wolves (6-0) with eight goals, while Kate Hall tallied twice. Lilly Truchon, Lindsey Booth and Sam Crane all added goals for South Burlington.

Claire Phillip made 12 saves to earn the win.

It was the second win of the week for the Wolves, who beat Rice 12-11 on Tuesday afternoon.

March scored the game-winner late in regulation to pull ahead of the Green Knights, while Phillips stopped nine shots.

March had four goals in the contest, while Sam Crane added two goals and one assist.


Essex 8, South Burlington 7: After Essex took a one-goal lead with eight minutes to go, South Burlington could not find the equalizer and fell to the Hornets on Wednesday.

Nico Strempek had two goals and an assist to lead the Wolves, while Dylan LeClair, Rees Baker, Griffin Lawrence, Aaron Murakami and Joe Balkan all scored once.

Brett Bohlmann made 14 saves for the Wolves (2-3).


Colchester 6, South Burlington 1: South Burlington suffered its first loss of the season on Thursday, falling to Colchester in a rematch of last year’s Division I championship game.

Brendan Precourt had two hits for the Wolves (2-1), while Sullivan Beers added two singles. Seamus McGrath took the loss after going 5 ⅓ innings.

Chase Carey earned the win on the mound for the Lakers, who got some revenge for last year’s loss. \

On Wednesday, the Wolves earned a 4-2 win over BFA-St. Albans. Jack Ambrosino allowed just two hits and struck out 15 to get the win on the mound.

Shane Burke went 3-for-3 at the plate and scored two runs to lead the offense.


South Burlington 16, Colchester 4: Anna Borrazzo allowed just three hits over seven innings to help South Burlington to a win over Colchester on Thursday.

The Wolves scored seven runs in the second inning to pull away from the Lakers.

Brianna Belisle had two doubles, while Rachel Hebert was 3-for-5 from the plate for the Wolves. Sarah Brown and Katie Cheung each added two hits to power the offense.

It was a good rebound win for South Burlington, who fell to BFA-St. Albans 8-6 on Wednesday. Borrazzo had a double and a home run in the loss.


South Burlington 6, St. Johnsbury 1: The South Burlington girls tennis team rebounded from two straight losses with a win over St. Johnsbury on Thursday.

Kailey Yang, Rayne Brosseau, Izzy Partilo and Nisha Shah all earned wins in the singles matches for the Wolves (2-2).

The No. 1 doubles duo of Eve Heroux and Katrina Khosravi got a victory for South Burlington, and Emma Sedleur and Sage Bennett wrapped it up with a win at No. 2 doubles.

The Wolves fell to defending champion Champlain Valley on Wednesday, losing 4-3 to the Redhawks for the second match in row.


South Burlington 6, St. Johnsbury 1: The South Burlington boys tennis team continued their hot start, beating St. Johnsbury 6-1 on Thursday to open the season with a 4-0 record.

Ragulan Sivakumar, Ryan Anderson, Michael Cofiero and Sebastian Bohl each got a win in the singles matches for the Wolves.

Sriram Setheraman and Pierce Goslovich got a win in No. 1 doubles, followed by James Bialis and Chris Bialis earning a win in No. 2 doubles.

The Wolves also topped Champlain Valley, 6-1, on Wednesday.

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