Enosburg 8, Lamoille 1
Enosburg stayed unbeaten by taking advantage of five errors by Lamoille to build an early 4-1 lead, then put the game away with two runs in the fifth and two more in the sixth.
Nik Saborowski racked up 13 strikeouts and allowed just three hits to get the win for visiting Enosburg. David Antillon went 3-for-3 with a double, and Jonathan Paquette had two hits.
Lamoille starter Jake Vance left in the third after being injured and took the loss; he had a double before leaving the game and Garrett Martin had two hits.
Lamoille dropped to 5-5; Enosburg is 10-0.
PA-Stowe 8, Danville 7
Down 7-5 in the seventh, the cooperative team from Peoples Academy-Stowe scored three runs to take the lead, then shut down Danville’s offense in the bottom of the inning.
Danville scored six runs in the first inning. PA-Stowe got back in the game by scoring three runs in the fifth and two in the sixth to set the stage for the seventh-inning rally.
Nick Holbrook’s 2-for-4 day included a double that drove in all three PA runs in the top of the seventh; he also scored twice. Joe Buonanno, Max Carr and Hayden Frazee each had two hits and scored once, with Carr also driving in a run.
Landon Dubie came on in relief and earned the win on the mound for PA-Stowe; he pitched an inning and a third, striking out two batters while not allowing a hit.
Cole Beliveau went 2-for-4 for Danville and took the loss on the mound, pitching all seven innings and allowing 10 hits.
The win pushed PA-Stowe back to within a game of .500 at 5-6. Danville is 4-4.
Lamoille 4, Lake Region 3
Lamoille starter Garrett Martin drove in the game-winning run in the bottom of the sixth to win at home.
Martin earned the win on the mound, scattering five hits over six innings and striking out seven, and Matt Selby closed the game out in the seventh.
Lamoille scored its four runs on just two hits. Three runs came in the third, when the Lancers sandwiched a hit by Jake Vance between walks to Austin Russin, Martin, Keith Lanphear and Kyle Harrington.
Lake Region scored twice in the first, then tied things up late when Keith Herman scored.
Martin’s line-out scored Selby as the Lancers retook the lead in the sixth, and Lamoille turned a game-ending double play to get out of a jam and end the game.
PA-Stowe 10, Northfield 6
Northfield led 3-0 after the first inning, but PA-Stowe scored 10 runs between the third and sixth innings for the road win.
The Wolves’ four-run fifth inning put them on top for good.
Joe Buonanno continued his strong season for PA-Stowe with a 3-for-4 outing, driving in two runs and scoring another. Eben Osborne had two RBIs and scored twice as part of his two-hit day and Augie Leven had two hits and an RBI, and scored twice.
Osborne also got the win for Peoples, pitching into the fifth and allowing just two hits and two earned runs.
Lamoille 8, Montpelier 0
Lamoille ace Jake Vance fired a no-hitter, racking up 14 strikeouts and walking just three batters in a complete-game effort at Montpelier.
The Lancers jumped on Montpelier early, scoring six runs in the first inning. Keith Lanphear led the Lamoille offense with two hits, including a double, and three RBIs. Will Mulch had two hits and two RBIs and Warren Dompierre drove in two runs with a single to cap Lamoille’s six-run first inning.
PA-Stowe 15, Hazen 5 (6 innings)
Up 5-4 after three innings, the cooperative team from Peoples Academy-Stowe blew the game open with five runs in the fourth, then tacked on five more runs over the next two innings.
The game was called after six innings under the mercy rule.
Joe Buonanno led PA-Stowe, going 3-for-5 with a double and three RBIs while scoring two runs. Nick Holbrook scored three runs, Max Carr went 2-for-2 with a double, two RBIs and three runs scored, and Eben Osborne was 3-for-4 with a double, three runs scored and three RBIs.
Lou Angione, Charlie Alekson and Augie Leven all added two hits apiece for Peoples and Angione earned the win, striking out nine and scattering six hits and two earned runs over six innings.
Nick Crum took the loss for Hazen.
Enosburg 12, PA-Stowe 2 (6 innings)
Undefeated Enosburg scored six runs in the first two innings and six more in the fifth and sixth to get the win at PA-Stowe.
The game was called after the sixth under the mercy rule.
Peoples scored once in the first and once in the third; Nick Holbrook went 2-for-3, Max Carr drove in a run with a double, and Lou Angione and Augie Leven added singles.
Kam Lovelette, Nik Saborowski and Evan Cota all had two hits for Enosburg, and Jacob Parent earned the win on the mound with a six-inning outing.
Hayden Frazee took the loss for Peoples, giving up three hits and one earned run in three innings.
Stowe 10, Lamoille 8
Stowe’s Sierra Anderson and Leo Clark racked up four goals apiece to lead Stowe past Lamoille under the lights at the University of Vermont’s Virtue Field.
The teams split their season series.
Anderson added two assists to go with her four scores, Ellie Moriarty had three assists and Jazmine Mclean and Ciara Benfield had single goals to round out Stowe’s scoring.
“A true rebound after a 7-4 loss against Lamoille” earlier in the year, Stowe coach Bob Anderson said.
Morgan Burnham had four goals for Lamoille; Addie Martin, Savannah Aiken, Sophie Mascolino and Ryley Cota had single scores.
Lamoille is now 3-3, Stowe 2-5.
Mount Abraham-Vergennes 8, Lamoille 2
Grace Harvey’s hat trick powered the visitors from Mount Abe-Vergennes over Lamoille.
Ryley Olsen had a goal and three assists and Ashley Tierney had eight saves in goal for Mount Abe-Vergennes, which also got single scores from Jalen Cook, Sophie Davis, Txuxa Doherty-Konczal and Molly Laurent.
Freshman Phoebe Loomis scored both goals for Lamoille and Wenzdae Wendling stacked up 14 saves.
PA-Stowe 13, Lamoille 5
A balanced scoring attack powered the cooperative team from Peoples-Academy-Stowe past Lamoille under the lights at the University of Vermont’s Virtue Field.
Senior Jace Boerger and sophomore Cam Anderson led PA-Stowe, each with a three-goal hat trick. Clark Brown and Noah Levine had two goals apiece, Jake Ramos also scored and freshman Luke Farley added a defensive long-pole goal for the Raiders.
Nick Hudson led Lamoille with four scores, Jakob Lashomb scored a goal and Ezra Bechtoldt and Trevor Rheaume each had an assist.
PA-Stowe is now 6-3, winning four in a row. Lamoille dropped to 0-7.
PA-Stowe 9, St. Johnsbury 5
The cooperative team from Peoples Academy-Stowe overcame a slow start to complete a season sweep of host St. Johnsbury.
“We didn’t really get off the bus till the third quarter,” PA-Stowe coach Neil Handwerger said. The Raiders still built a 6-3 lead by halftime, then outscored St. Johnsbury 4-2 in the second half.
Nate Rice and Oliver Ogden split the goaltending for PA-Stowe; Rice made eight saves in the first half, and Ogden stopped 10 shots after the break.
Noah Levine’s hat trick paced the Raiders offense and Cam Anderson, Jace Boerger and Jake Ramos also scored.
Track and field
Lamoille and PA-Stowe at Burlington Invitational
The Lamoille Union and Peoples Academy-Stowe track and field teams were in Burlington last weekend for the highly competitive Burlington Invitational. Here’s a look at how they did.
1,500 meters: Lamoille’s MegAnne Gilmore fourth.
3,000 meters: Lamoille’s MegAnne Gilmore third.
100-meter hurdles: Lamoille’s Isabelle Sullivan fourth.
300-meter hurdles: Lamoille’s Isabelle Sullivan sixth.
4x100 meter relay: Lamoille sixth.
Javelin: PA-Stowe’s Lucy Kelley second.
4x400 meter relay: PA-Stowe third, Lamoille sixth.
Danville 23, Peoples Academy 10
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Lamoille 11, Lake Region 9
Abi Cote’s three hits helped power Lamoille to a road win and season sweep of Lake Region.
Cote smashed a home run and had a double, and her teammates Anika Stevens and Hannah Lafountain each had two hits.
Lafountain earned the win on the mound for Lamoille.
For Lake Region, Jordyn Ingalls, Denise Goodridge and Emma Roberts all had two hits.
Peoples Academy 10, Northfield 6
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Peoples Academy 27, Twinfield 2
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