South Burlington 2, Stowe 0: Kate Hall scored twice to lead the South Burlington girls hockey team to a win over Stowe on Saturday.
Lyssa Tan made 18 saves to earn the win in goal for the Wolves. South Burlington moves to 2-1-1 with the victory.
The Wolves also earned a shutout against Woodstock on Wednesday, defeating the Wasps 4-0.
Mount Mansfield 4, South Burlington 3 (OT): Sam Solod scored 27 seconds into overtime to lift Mount Mansfield to a 4-3 win over South Burlington on Saturday night.
Rees Baker had a goal and an assist for South Burlington, while Shane Burke and Reed LeClair also scored.
Logan Riddle stopped 12 shots in a losing effort for the Wolves, who fell to 1-4-1.
Macauley Bernier and Patrick Burke each had a goal and an assist for the Cougars (3-2-1) and Joseph Mascolino made 25 saves.
It was the third loss in a row for the Wolves, who fell to BFA-St. Albans 4-1 on Wednesday. Riddle made 17 saves in the loss and Isaac Toupin scored the lone goal in that game.
St. Johnsbury 72, South Burlington 33: St. Johnsbury’s Sadie Stetson passed the 1,000 career point mark and the Hilltoppers dominated South Burlington on Friday night.
Stetson finished with 19 points and Josie Choiniere had a game-high 21 points for the Hilltoppers (7-0).
Greta Heldman had seven points to pace the Wolves, who fall to 2-4.
It was the second loss in a row for South Burlington, who fell to Mount Abraham., 36-25, on Wednesday.
Gabi Ambrosino led all Wolves scorers with 10 points in Wednesday’s defeat.
Burr and Burton, 57, South Burlington 55: The South Burlington boys basketball team watched visiting Burr and Burton come back to win on Friday night.
The Bulldogs went on a 13-3 run to finish the game and comeback from a 52-44 deficit with under four minutes to play.
Evan Parker led the Wolves (3-2) with 14 points and Tyler Gammon added 12 points. Brendan Bridge chipped in with 12 points.
Burr and Burton’s Jake Nicholson was the high scorer with 15 points.
Sarah Henry was the top individual finisher for South Burlington in a gymnastics meet at St. Johnsbury on Saturday.
Sarah Henry earned a third-place finish in the all-around competition for the Wolves, who fell to the Hilltoppers, 129.7 points to 93.55 points.
Henry also shared a third place finish in the beam even with teammate Cece Leduc.
Cam Chiari skied to a top five finish in the boy’s slalom race at Smugglers' Notch on Wednesday.
Chiari finish fifth in the two-run race, the top finisher for the South Burlington alpine ski team.
Stowe’s Raimon Vilalta took first in the boy’s race, while Lyndon’s Len Sauter was first in the girls race.