South Burlington 16, Burlington 5: The South Burlington girls lacrosse team downed Burlington 16-5 on Friday to earn another win.
The Wolves move to 9-0 with the victory.
The Wolves also captured a win on Wednesday, defeating Essex 9-7.
Christina March had five goals to lead the Wolves (8-0), while Kate Hall added two goals and an assist.
Claire Phillips earned the win in net with five saves for South Burlington.
South Burlington 7, Colchester 0: The South Burlington girls tennis team earned a shutout win over Colchester on Friday.
Kaily Yang, Kailei Eustis, Rayna Brosseau, Izzy Partilo and Nisha Shah earned wins in the five singles matches.
Eve Heriox and Rachel Ambaye got a win in doubles and Emma Shesleav and Sage Bennett closed out the shutout with another win in double.
South Burlington 6, Colchester 1: The South Burlington boys tennis team continued their undefeated run with a win over Colchester on Friday.
Ragulan Sivakumar, Michael Cafiero, Sebastian Bolh and Tushar Asthana each had a win in the singles matches, all in straight sets.
Sriram Sethuraman and Chris Bialis earned a win in No. 1 doubles and Pierce Goslovich and James Bialis rounded it out with a victory in No. 2 doubles.
South Burlington 13, St. Johnsbury 12: The South Burlington softball team held off a determined St. Johnsbury to earn a win on Thursday.
Ruth Croxford had a home run and a double to pace the Wolves (7-1) offense, while Isabella Priest had two doubles and an RBI and Tori Smith hit a home run. Taylor Farnsworth added a two-run home run.
The win came on the heels of the Wolves suffering a 13-8 loss against Essex on Wednesday.
Anna Borrazzo took the loss after striking out eight and walking 10. Sofie Richland had two hits.
South Burlington 1, St. Johnsbury 0: The South Burlington baseball team squeaked out a win over St. Johnsbury on Thursday.
The Wolves (7-2) scored on an error in the seventh inning to earn the win, with Seamus McGrath, Nolan Antonicci, Mason Klesch and Ethan Moore all getting hits.
McGrath earned the win after pitching four scoreless innings of relief, striking out five and allowing one hit.
It was a good rebound win for the Wolves, who fell to Essex 11-8 on Wednesday.
Klesch was 2-for-4 with a double and two RBIs in the loss.
BFA-St. Albans 13, Souith Burlington 2: South Burlington lost its second game in a row on Thursday, falling to BFA-St. Albans.
Joe Balkin and Will Bruuns scored for the Wolves, who fall to 3-5. Brett Bohlman stopped 16 shots in a losing effort.
Cooper Cioffi had four goals and two assists to lead the Bobwhites (4-0).
The South Burlington boys ultimate team opened its first ever varsity season with three straight wins.
The Wolves captured its first win, a 15-9 victory over Burr and Burton last Tuesday, then followed it up with a victory over Colchester on Friday.
South Burlington moved to 3-0 with a win over Montpelier on Saturday.
The South Burlington girls ultimate team traveled to the Lyndon/Burlington Jamboree on Wednesday and walked way with two losses.
The Wolves fell to Lyndon 11-7, then dropped a match to Burlington, 13-2.