Vermont H.S. championship scores, results for June 14-16 (2024)

The 2024 Vermont high school spring season wraps this weekend with 15 championship events. See below for scores, schedules and game details (statistical leaders, game notes).

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At Vermont State University Castleton

No. 1 Enosburg 10, No. 2 Lyndon 8

E: Makenna Lovelette (WP, CG, 7H, 8R, 0ER, 6K, 0BB; 0-for-3 at the plate, RBI, BB). Camryn Benoit (3-for-5, 2B, 2 RBIs). Rory Schreindorfer (2-for-4, 2B). Lillian Robtoy (3-for-3, 2 3B). Cassidy Blaney (RBI, 2 BB). Leah Gervais (1-for-1, 3B, RBI). Gretchen Stiebris (1-for-4, 2B). Erica Goodhue (2-for-3). Annabelle Elwood (1-for-4, 3B).

L: Ashleigh Simpson (LP, 6IP, 13H, 10R, 6ER, 6K, 4BB; 1-for-4 at the plate, RBI). Jaydin Royer (1-for-4, 2B, 2 RBIs). Molly Renaudette (1-for-3, 2 RBIs). Ryleigh Lefebvre (1-for-3, RBI).

Note: Enosburg (18-1) stormed back from an 8-0 deficit in the second inning to seize the program's first state title since 2008. Robtoy and Benoit delivered RBIs in a two-run sixth inning to break away from an 8-all game with Lyndon (14-5).

Vermont H.S. championship scores, results for June 14-16 (2)


At Centennial Field

No. 1 Blue Mountain 6, No. 6 Leland & Gray 3

BM: Owen Murray (WP, CG, 3H, 3R, 1ER, 7K, 5BB). Kason Blood (4-for-4). Brody Kingsbury (2-for-3, 2 2B, 2 RBIs). Jamal Saibou (2-for-4). Kris Fennimore (1-for-3). Cameron Roy (1-for-3, RBI).

LG: Peyton Butynski (2-for-3, RBI). Cody Hesco*ck (LP, 6IP, 10H, 6R, 3ER, 3K, 3BB).

Note: Roy singled to left to score the go-ahead run in Blue Mountain's three-run sixth inning to seal the second of back-to-back titles for the Bucks (18-1), and their 11th overall in program history.



At Vermont State University Castleton

No. 5 Missisquoi 8, No. 2 Mount Anthony 7 (8)


At Vermont State University Castleton

No. 1 Oxbow 37, No. 2 Bellows Falls 2

O: Anastase Bourgeois (WP, 5IP, 3H, 1R, 1ER, 11K, 2BB; 3-for-5 at the plate, 2B, HR, 6 RBIs). Hadlee Allen (3-for-7, 3 RBIs). Mazie Bourgeois (5-for-6, 2 2B, 2 3B, 3 RBIs). Noemi Rosa (3-for-4, RBI). Braylee Phelps (3-for-3, 3 2B, 4 RBIs). Faith Eastman (4-for-7, 2 2B, 3B, 6 RBIs). Lily Lahaye (2-for-6, 3B, 2 RBIs). Brooke Osgood (1-for-6, 2B, RBI).

BF: Jaelyn Fletcher (2-for-3, RBI).

Note: Oxbow (19-0) completed four-peat with decisive title-game victory, running its winning streak to 45 consecutive games and seizing its12th title, which is the most of any softball program in state history. Oxbow plated 14 runs in the first inning, 10 in the second and seven more in the third to take a 31-0 lead.


At Vermont State University Castleton

No. 4 Richford 11, No. 2 West Rutland 7

R: Kyrielle Deuso (WP, CG, 9H, 7R, 7ER, 12K, 7BB; 1-for-4 at the plate, 3B, RBI). Adi Chagnon (2-for-4, 3B, 2 RBIs). Mikayla Chagnon (1-for-3 RBI). Sophia Derby (1-for-5, RBI). Kayliese McCray (2-for-4). Madison Smith (3-for-4, RBI).

WR: Samara Raiche (2-for-4, 2B, RBI). Sohyr Perry (1-for-3, 2 RBIs). Gabriella Griffith (2 RBIs). Aubrey Beaulieu (2-for-4, RBI). Peyton Guay (LP, CG).

Note: Richford held off West Rutland's seventh-inning rally for its first crown since 2016. Richford plated six runs in the second inning and built leads of 9-0 and 11-3 before West Rutland mounted a four-run, last-at-bat comeback bid.

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At Centennial Field

No. 1 South Burlington 6, No. 3 Champlain Valley 2

SB: Nick Kelly (WP, CG, 4H, 2R, 0ER, 7K, 2BB). James Chagnon (1-for-3, 3B, 3 RBIs). Cedric LaMothe (1-for-3, RBI).

CV: Travis Stroh (2-for-3, RBI). Russell Willoughby (1-for-3, RBI). Stephen Rickert (LP, 5IP, 4H, 6R, 0ER, 3K, 4BB; 1-for-3 at the plate, 2B). Elise Berger (1IP in relief, 1H, 0R).

Note: South Burlington scored six unearned runs in the first inning, all with two outs, highlighted by Chagnon's bases-clearing triple. Kelly went the distance with 90 pitches to guide the Wolves (16-3) to the program's first title since 2018. CVU finishes at 15-5, with three losses to South Burlington this spring.

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At Centennial Field

No. 8 Middlebury 7, No. 6 Mount Abraham 6 (8)

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At Centennial Field

No. 6 BFA-Fairfax 7, No. 5 White River Valley 0

F: Ryan Sheehan (WP, CG, 1H, 11K). Chase Murray (RBI, 1B). Bryant Matton (RBI groundout). Max Clark (RBI, 1B). Teddy Colling (RBI, 1B). Kayden Lovejoy (3 hits, RBI). Dylan Sicard (1B, sac bunt). Reagan Baumeister (2 hits, RBI).

WRV: Wyatt Cadwell (LP, 6IP, 10H, 7R, 6ER).

Note: Fairfax seized its first state title since 2015.

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At Norwich University

No. 2 U-32 13, No. 4 Woodstock 10

U: Hannah Drury 4G. Lydia Trombly 2G, 1A. Natalie Beauregard 2G. Willa Long 1G. Anika Turcotte 1G. Ella Neff 1G. Isabel Parrish 1G. Zoe Hilferty 1G. Linnea Darrow 4 saves.

W: Claudia Shoemaker 4G. Hannah Gubbins 2G, 1A. Skye Cully 1G, 1A. Lila Beckwith 1G. Maeve Roylance 1G.

Note: Drury's four goals helped U-32 overcame an 8-2 deficit and seize the second of back-to-back crowns.


At Norwich University

No. 1 Hartford 13, No. 2 Harwood 7

HART: Ezra Mock 4G. Brayden Trombly 3G. Cavan Benjamin 2G, 1A. Austin St. Peter2G. Graham Thompson 13 saves.

HAR: Tobey Bellows 2G, 1A. Trent Jordan 2G. Teighen Fils-Aime 2G, 1A. Brycen Scharf 1G. Zachary Smith 1G. Evan Andrews 10 saves.

Note: Hartford finished on a 16-game winning streak for the second of back-to-back state titles.


At Norwich University

No. 2 Mount Abraham/Vergennes 9, No. 1 Green Mountain Valley 6

MA/V: Finley Kaeck 4G. Noah Ladeau 2G, 1A. Asa Pratt 1G. Jamo Couture 1G. Lorenzo Atocha 1G. Andrew Nolan 1A. Lincoln Painter 1A. Walker Forand 14 saves.

Note: Mount Abraham/Vergennes captured its first title as a cooperative program, which was formed in 2017. It's also the first boys lacrosse title for either school. Kaeck scored all four of his goals in the first half for a 7-6 advantage.


At Virtue Field

No. 1 Burlington 8, No. 2 Champlain Valley 6

B: Scout Harper 2G, 5A. Haven Steiner 3G, 2A. Rosie Perkinson 2G. Myriam Huener 1G. Greta Larsen 1A.

Note: Perkinson made a big defensive stop and then scored via a Harper assist for an 8-6 lead in the 89th minute to secure the Seahorses' three-peat. Burlington wraps 2024 with a 14-0 record, its second straight perfect season.


At Virtue Field

No. 2 Burlington 9, No. 1 Champlain Valley 6

Note: Seahorses end CVU's perfect season to claim first title since 2021.



At Virtue Field

No. 1 Essex 12, No. 2 Champlain Valley 3

E: Breya Montagne 6G. Elizah Martin 2G. Emily Stempek 2G. Addison Stratton 2G. Sierra Harris 13 saves.

CV: Emerson Rice 2G. Carly Strobeck 1G. Clare Stackpole-McGrath 10 saves.

Note: Essex (17-1) blanked CVU (15-3) 7-0 in the second half to claim first championship in program history.

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At Virtue Field

No. 1 Champlain Valley 13, No. 2 Middlebury 12 (OT)

CV: Matias Williams 4G, 1A. Peter Gilliam 3G, 2A. Jacob Bose 3G. Alden Endres 1G. Brian Rutherford 1G. Connor Malaney 1G. Will Kearney 9 saves.

M: Toby Draper 6G. Angus Blackwell 2G. Logan McNulty 2G. Gavin McNulty 1G. Jackson Gillett 1G, 1A. Gus Hodde 2A. Luke Nuceder 2A. Levi Nuceder 9 saves.

Note: Peter Gilliam scored the overtime winner to send CVU to its 10th D-I title in 11 seasons. Middlebury had trailed 9-3 at the break and forced the extra period on Alex Draper's goal with 13.6 seconds left in the fourth quarter.

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