Lamoille 4, BFA Fairfax 1 (forfeit)
Lamoille led 4-1 at halftime, and that became the final score after a medical emergency involving a fan on the sidelines halted the game for the night in Hyde Park.
BFA Fairfax officially forfeited the match the next day.
Lily Loomis, Phoebe Loomis, Heidi Tinker and Wenzdae Wendling scored the Lamoille goals.
Peoples Academy 5, Hazen 1
Amy Yando’s two goals helped Peoples improve to 2-0 at the expense of rival Hazen.
Hannah Cleary and Paige Pierce also scored for Peoples, Shelby Wells had two assists and Yando had one. The Wolves also scored on an own-goal by Hazen after a cross by Anna Isselhardt.
PA keeper Josie Simone made four saves.
Macy Molleur scored the goal for Hazen and Madison Bartlett had five saves.
Harwood wins at Ryder Brook
Harwood, the defending Division 2 champ, was the winning team at a match hosted by Lamoille at Ryder Brook Golf Club.
Harwood shot a 193 to beat Lyndon by six shots; Northfield was third at 211. Lamoille had three golfers at the event, one short of a full squad.
Nolin Wuestenberg was Lamoille’s top golfer with a 62; Hayden Peters shot a 63 and Noah Burnham a 71.
Lyndon Institute’s Colby Langtange had the day’s best round, a 40. Harwood was led by Liam Guyette’s 42 and the top female golfer was Lyndon’s Casey Barton, who shot a 57.
Stowe beats Peoples at Stowe Country Club
Chace Newhouse fired a 38 to lead Stowe High past Peoples Academy at Stowe Country Club.
Stowe shot a 172 as a team.
Peoples was able to field a full four-member boys team for the first time in several years, and shot a 251.
Newhouse’s 38 was two shots ahead of his teammate Max Gentle. Jesse Brown and Bo Graves each shot 47 to round out the scoring members of Stowe’s team. Lincoln Sinclair was close behind at 51.
Hayden Tibbetts had the best round for Peoples, a 57. Noble Beerworth shot a 64 and Derrick Cookson and Andrew McDermott had rounds of 65.
U-32’s three golfers were led by Riley Richards, who shot a 47.
U-32’s Jenna Mekkelsen had the low round for the girls with a 46. Stowe’s Lexi James shot a 55, her teammate Grace Dolan shot a 63 and Peoples’ Mie Baek-Jensen shot a 59.
Gilmore wins at Craftsbury, McGee third
Lamoille’s pair of star harriers, MegAnne Gilmore and Maggie McGee, turned in solid performances at a race in Craftsbury.
Gilmore won in 20:07.68 and McGee finished third in 21:19.58.
Craftsbury’s Camille Bolduc finished in second, between the two Lancers, with a time of 20:56.16.
Here’s a rundown on how other runners from Peoples Academy and Lamoille Union did at the race.
Jasper Henderson 28th
Ben Craig 13th
Eli Smith 16th
Joseph Dewan 35th
Cameron Dunham Frechette 42nd
Griffin Myers 65th
Zachary Rodger 66th
Alsacia Timmerman 22nd
Enosburg 5, Lamoille 3
Levi Webb’s four goals powered Enosburg past Lamoille in a game played at Jay Peak.
Ethan Alexander, Liam McGee and Jack Messier scored for Lamoille and Teddy Levin made nine saves.
Dylan Pattee also scored for Enosburg and Ethan Jackson had seven saves.
Lamoille is now 1-1-1; Enosburg is 3-0.
Lamoille 0, Randolph 0
The Lancers left Randolph with a draw after playing a scoreless regulation and overtime.
Stowe 3, Peoples Academy 2
Stowe trailed 1-0 early, took a 3-1 lead by halftime and then withstood Peoples’ rally to edge its rivals from just up Route 100.
Sophomore Ollie Nigro got Peoples on the board early, scoring three minutes into the game on a direct kick before the Stowe defense was set.
Stowe ramped up the pressure after that, and Rai Bleda-Vilalta tied the score midway through the half.
Jono Nissenbaum scored nine minutes later to make it 2-1 Stowe, and Nick Mitchell scored soon after on a misplayed free kick to give the Raiders a two-goal advantage.
Peoples rallied after the break, and Reese Wheeler scored on a penalty kick midway through the second half to make it 3-2. But the comeback stalled there and Stowe got its second one-goal win over the Wolves in the past two seasons.
Peoples Academy goalie Dylan Haskins made nine saves; Stowe goalie Isaiah Geiger had five stops.
Stowe is now 2-0, Peoples 1-1.
Lamoille 1, Missisquoi 0
Lamoille’s Bruce Asper scored the only goal of the game in a season-opening win over Missisquoi.
Jaden Ainsworth assisted on Asper’s score.
Lamoille goaltender Teddy Levin had eight saves, one more than Missisquoi goalie Kyle Gilbert.
Fairfax-Lamoille 6, Poultney 0
Noah Brock ran for a touchdown, scoring the game’s only points, with 11:12 left in the fourth quarter.
That gave the cooperative squad from BFA Fairfax-Lamoille a road win over Poultney.
Brock had 101 yards and a touchdown on 17 carries, and also intercepted a pass by Poultney quarterback Caden Capman on the goal line late in the game to seal the victory.
Fairfax-Lamoille is now 2-0. Poultney, now 1-1, was led by Capman’s 76 yards rushing.