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Vermont D2 First Round: Five Advance to Quarterfinals

No. 5 Lyndon Institute 5, No. 12 St. Johnsbury 0

The Vikings (11-8-1) got two goals apiece from Hugo Nillson (assist) and Martin Rudolf to advance to Wednesday’s quarterfinal date with Mt. Mansfield. Steven Ferraro added a goal and Sawyer Goodwin posted the 11-save shutout. Garrett Rice had 38 saves for St. Johnsbury, which finished 6-14-0.

No. 3 Colchester 10, No. 14 Northfield 0

The Lakers (15-4-1) rolled into Wednesday’s quarterfinal date against Burr & Burton behind Will Spencer’s hat trick and two goals from Alex Rublee. Cam Rolston, Robby Rassel, Jake Baird, Jason Brown and Jake Corman also scored and Sam Fath had the shutout. Northfield finished 3-17-0.

No. 9 Milton 3, No. 8 Harwood 2

Milton (8-10-1) registered the mild upset thanks to a three-goal burst from Jaxon SchaarschmidtOwen Perry and Cam Barnier and will face No. 1 Woodstock in the quarterfinals. Goalie Jackson Ehler had 33 saves. Jacob Green and Ollie Hammond scored and Sean Russell had 34 saves for Hartford, which finished 7-10-3.

No. 7 Brattleboro 4, No. 10 Hartford 1

The Colonels (7-8-6) scored the final four goals to advance to the quarterfinals against Missisquoi Valley. Anthony Palomba (assist), Jack Pattison (assist), Joe Koes and Mason Foard scored and Austin Wood had 17 saves. Jake Derosia scored for Hartford, which wound up

No. 4 Mt. Mansfield 3, No. 13 U-32 2

Mount Mansfield (12-7-1) avoided the upset on a third-period power play goal by Will Hauf (2 goals, assist) and will face Lyndon Institute in the quarterfinals. Patrick Burke (assist) also scored and Joseph Mascolino made 14 saves. Malone Bruce scored both goals and Kolby Tanner had 30 saves for U-32, which finished 4-14-3.

Kevin Doyle

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