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Vermont HS Highlights: Rice Rolls To A Pair Of Dominant Decisions

Division 1

 Rice 7, Rutland 1

Kiaran Connolly and Sam Rubman had a pair of goals apiece, and Kyle Tanis, Garrett Micciche and Jayden Dupree also lit the lamp. Evan Chetin scored for Rutland.

Essex 2, BFA-St. Albans 0

Owen Young and Tobey Cram scored goals, and Max Line and Will Couture had the helpers.

Middlebury 3, Stowe 1

Owen Lawton, Tucker Stevens and Hale Hescock had goals for the winners, and Jeff Stearns added 25 saves. Atticus Eiden had Stowe’s goal.

South Burlington 6, Champlain Valley 5 (OT)

Hunter Fay completed his hat trick with the game-winner in OT. Zack Erickson added two goals, and Will Hershberg scored the other. Isaac Toupin added two assists, and Ted Hopper made 30 saves. Aiden Achilles and Angelos Carroll scored twice for CVU, and Austin Igler added a goal.

BFA-St. Albans 2, Middlebury 1

Camden Piper and Sean Beauregard had the goals, and Ceden Hart and Dominic Liscinsky added assists. Logan Pierson-Flagg scored on a feed from Devon Kearns, and Zeke Hooper 33 saves for Middlebury.

Stowe 4, Colchester 2

Atticus Eiden and Alex Tilgner each had two goals and one assist, and Ethan Brown made 24 saves. Will Spencer and Jack Corman scored goals, and Alex Rublee had two assists for Colchester. Hunter Baker made 25 saves.

Essex 7, Champlain Valley 0

Max Line (two goals, one assist), Drew Forcier (1-2), Tobey Cram (1-0), Ryan Clark (1-0), Matt Cincotta (1-0), Caleb Day (1-0), Charles Wiegand (0-3) and Jason Smith (0-2) produced for the winners.

Rice 5, South Burlington 2

Jayden Dupree had a pair of goals and one assist, and Cole Tarrant and Cam Kinsell each had a goal and a helper. Kiaran Connelly and Sam Rubman added goals for Rice. Isaac Toupin and Ray Thibeault scored for South Burlington, and Logan Riddle made 33 saves.

Spaulding 3, Colchester 2, OT

Colby Benard scored 1:08 into overtime on a feed from Jameison Mast to win it. Mast earlier in the game scored a goal, and Bernard did as well while adding an assist. Colchester’s Alex Rublee had two goals.

Division 1/2

Burr and Burton 5, Burlington 3

Johnny Miceli scored twice, and brother Nicky Miceli added a goal and two assists in the win. Emmett Edwards and Matthew Grabher also scored, and Ethan Simonds made 28 saves. Spencer Stillwell, Calder Sky and Jackson Townsend had goals for Burlington, and Bradley Labombard made 36 saves.

Division 2

Colin McDiarmid
Lyndon Institute

Lyndon Institute 4, Hartford 3

Martin Rudolf had two goals, and Duncan D’Olimpio and Nick Matteis (game-winner with 6.9 seconds left) had the others in the win. Hartford had goals from Aiden Boonyaharn, Jacob Dwinell and James McReynolds. Charlie Scribner had two assists. Colin MacDiarmid had the win in net with 24 saves.

Lyndon Institute 6, Northfield 0

Lyndon got goals from Dzamal Benda, Ashton Gould, Patrick Gaudreau, Sam Gonyaw, Daniel Lanoe and Rudolf D’Olimpio and Aiden Hale had two assists. Northfield goalie Dylan Partlow made 47 saves.

Milton 2, Hartford 1

Chris Lefebvre and Kyle Raftery each had a goal and an assist to carry the winners, who got 25 saves from Jackson Ehler. Hartford’s AJ DeBois scored his team’s lone goal. Hartford led 1-0 after one period.

Woodstock 7, Mount Mansfield 0

Woodstock’s Charles Greene and Owen Coates each scored twice, and Trevor White, Field Willis and Dylan DeSchamp added a goal and an assist.

Mount Mansfield 3, Burlington 2 (OT)

Alex Brown had a pair of goals, and Jack Senecal (goal) and Harrison Wheeler (two assists) were also producers on offense in the win. Theodore Schulman and Colton Poulin scored for Burlington, and Seth Fisher-Olvera added two assists.

Hunter Mason

Harwood 2, Milton 1

Finn O’Hara and Skylar Platt (game-winner) had a goal and an assist each, and Liam Guyette made 20 saves outside of Brandon Mitchell’s lone goal. Milton goalie Jackson Ehler had 34 saves.

Missisquoi 6, Northfield 0

Hunter Mason’s hat trick led the way. He also added an assist, and Steven King, Jackson Porter and Keegan Zier scored for Missisquoi.

Dom Nicastro

Dom Nicastro

Dom Nicastro is a veteran sportswriter and journalist whose credits include the Gloucester Daily Times, Salem News, Lawrence Eagle-Tribune and Boston Magazine. This is his seventh season working for Hockey Night in Boston Magazine. He covers boys Eastern Mass. Division 3 and Rhode Island. He can be reached via email at [email protected]
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