Boys Hockey

Rutland 3, South Burlington 2: South Burlington took a lead twice against host Rutland Saturday, but could not hold on for a win.

Reid LeClair and Hunter Fay each had a goal for the Wolves (5-6-1), who had won four straight games. Ted Hopper took the loss despite making 23 saves.

Ethan Coarse, Noah Crossman and Dillon Moore each scored for the Raiders (3-8-1).

It was a tough way to end the week for the Wolves, who earned a 5-2 win over Rice on Wednesday.

Isaac Toupin, Caden Hart, John O’Rourke, Ty Bernadet and Rees Baker each had a goal for South Burlington in the win, while Hopper stopped 19 shots.

Girls Hockey

Rutland 4, South Burlington 1: A two-goal effort from Alexis Patterson helped Rutland to a win over South Burlington on Saturday.

Patterson added an assist, while Abigial Stoodley and Sydney Wood also scored for the Raiders.

Mia Angwin had the lone goal for the Wolves, who fell to 6-4-1.

It was the third loss in a row for South Burlington, who also lost to BFA-St. Albans on Wednesday, 2-0.

Boys Basketball

Essex 55, South Burlington 52: Essex’s Brendan Brooks hit a three-pointer as time expired to lift Essex to a win over South Burlington on Friday.

Brooks’ game-winner capped off a six point run in the final four seconds to complete the comeback for the Hornets (6-5).

Evan Parker led all scorers with 18 points for South Burlington (6-6), while Brendan Bridge added 11 points.

Girls Basketball

St. Johnsbury 61, South Burlington 27: South Burlington was no match for St. Johnsbury’s high-powered offense as the Wolves fell to the visiting Hilltoppers on Thursday.

Lara Rohkohl paced St. Johnsbury (12-1) with 22 points, while Sadie Stetson added 18 points. Josie Choiniere chipped in with 11 points.

Christina March led the Wolves (2-12) with six points.


The South Burlington gymnastics team took on two meets this week, falling to Milton on Thursday and beating Harwood on Friday.

The Wolves beat Harwood on Friday behind a strong effort from Diana Gregiore, who was first on floor and bars. Cece Leduc was first on beams and won the all-around competition, while Sydnie Dougherty was second on floor and third on vault.

Sarah Henry won the all-around competition but South Burlington still fell to Milton in a meet on Thursday.

Henry came in second in the vault, first on beam to capture the all-around win. Gregoire was first in bars and third on the floor exercise.

Milton took the match with a final score of 117.15 to South Burlington’s 103.9.

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