South Burlington wrestler Kristian Richardson earned a second place finish in his weight class at the Vermont high school wrestling state championships on Saturday.
Richardson, a freshman, was second in the 195-pound weight class, losing to Mount Anthony’s Sam Wilkins.
The result helped South Burlington to a 17th place finish in the team competition. Mount Anthony, after placing 13 wrestlers in the semifinal rounds, captured their 31st state championship.
The South Burlington bowling team is on a roll.
The Wolves placed 11 bowlers in the top 32 in the individual state tournament on Saturday. Duncan Scott finished in third place to lead the South Burlington team, with Aaron Murakami coming in fourth place.
Jacob Gelfenbein was seventh to also finish in the top 10, while Cam Angwin (13th). Jack Zagursky (15th), Alex Lefebvre (15th) and Ethan Hood (19th) all finished in the top 20.
Kip Zinn (22nd), Tyller Willard (26th), Matt Campbell (30th) and Barrett Brady (32nd) also competed in the individual tournament for the Wolves.
With the individual awards handed out, the teams now turn their sights to the state championship team tournament. The tournament will take place Saturday in Barre at 10 a.m.
South Burlington finished the regular season ranked second in the state, behind top seed Randolph Union High School.
Essex 4, South Burlington 1: Reid LaClair scored the lone goal for South Burlington in a loss to Essex on Saturday.
Jonah Janaro had two goals and one assist to lead the Hornets to the win.
Logan Riddle stopped 25 shots for the Wolves, who fell to 8-8-1.
It was the conclusion of an up-and-down week for the Wolves, who beat Middlebury 2-1 on Wednesday.
Nate Scandore and John O’Rourke each had a goal for South Burlington, while Ted Hopper made 16 saves.
South Burlington 2, Rice 0: South Burlington struck for one goal in each of the first two periods to earn a win over Rice on Saturday.
Emma Havers opened the scoring for the Wolves, while Kate Hall added an insurance tally in the second period.
Hanako Memon made 18 saves to earn the shutout for South Burlington, who move to 10-6-1.
It was the second win in a row for the Wolves, who beat Rutland 3-2 on Wednesday.
Havers scored in the third period to break a 2-2 tie and help South Burlington to the win. Hall and Lily Truchon also scored.
Lyssa Tan earned the win with 37 saves.
South Burlington 50, Spaulding 29: South Burlington grabbed a victory over Spaulding to end the regular season on a winning note on Friday.
Maggie Scarpa had 12 points to lead the Wolves, whole finish the regular season at 4-16.
Colby Casey and Ava MacDonough each added eight points for South Burlington.
Mount Mansfield 75, South Burlington 64: The South Burlington boys basketball team lost its third game in a row, falling to Mount Mansfield 75-64 on Thursday.
The loss drops the Wolves’ record to 7-10.
Sean Boyer finished in eighth place in the two-run giant slalom race on Wednesday at Jay peak.
Boyer was the top finisher for South Burlington, who will now head to the District giant slalom and slalom races this week.