South Burlington 3, Champlain Valley Union 1: Sam Crane tallied twice to lead the South Burlington offense to a win over Champlain Valley on Saturday, Oct. 12.
Lindsey Booth added a goal for the Wolves, who move to 9-4 with the win. Danielle Sleiman dished out an assist while Ainsley Hultgren stopped seven shots to earn the win in goal.
Flynn Hall scored for the Redhawks, who fell to 8-4. Sophia Stevens made 10 saves.
It was the second win in three days for the Wolves, who defeated Essex 4-2 on Thursday.
Crane had a hat trick in the win, while Morgan O’Brien added a goal and an assist.
Colchester 35, South Burlington-Burlington 7: South Burlington-Burlington got picked off on the opening drive of the game and could not bounce back in a loss to Colchester on Friday night, Oct. 11
Diawara Bassiru ran for 163 yards on 22 carries and found Ben Leonard with a 5-yard touchdown pass for the SeaWolves only score of the game. The SeaWolves fell to 1-6 with the loss.
Dale Colley rushed for two touchdowns for the Lakers (3-4), while Alex Rublee rushed for 88 yards and one touchdown.
CVU 2, South Burlington 0: CVU struck for two goals in the second half to earn a win over South Burlington on Saturday, Oct. 12.
Mercedes Rozzi made eight saves for the Wolves, who fell to 5-5-2 with the loss.
Josie Pecor scored both goals for the Redhawks, who move to 12-0.
The South Burlington boys golf team competed in the Division I state championship tournament on Thursday, Oct. 10, at The Quechee Club, coming in fourth place overall.
Sangmin Lee was the top finisher for South Burlington with a score of 79. Roan O’Leary had an 84, Mason Klesch and Jagr Rinehart each scored an 86 and Ethan Boick finished with an 87.
CVU took the crown with a score of 305, Rice followed just behind in second place with a score of 314 and BFA-St. Albans was third with a score of 330. The Wolves were right behind with a team score of 335 to finish fourth.
South Burlington 5, Rutland 0: South Burlington found the back of the net five times and cruised to a win over Rutland on Friday, Oct. 11.
Jonas Miller and Cody Bellinghiri each scored twice for the Wolves, who moved to 9-3. Luke Fitzgerald also scored, while Abdi Hassan and Lucas Pendolino each dished out two assists.
Seamus McGrath stopped four shots to earn the shutout.
The South Burlington girls golf team headed to the Proctor-Pittsford Country Club on Wednesday, Oct. 9 to compete in the Division I state tournament and walked away with a sixth-place finish.
Sage Bennett finished with a 100, good for fifth overall and qualified for a spot in the New England Championships. Olivia Worcester came in with a 121 for South Burlington.