Wednesday H.S. Roundup: Tide Rushes Past Vikings; Falcons Go To 8-0

St. Johnsbury's Hannah Keithan looks on prior to an exhibition match at Alumni Memorial Gymnasium on Wednesday, Jan. 12, 2022. (Photo by Michael Beniash)

LYNDON CENTER — The Spaulding Crimson Tide outscored the Lyndon Vikings 46-21 in the second half for a 66-47 win Wednesday night at Alumni Gymnasium.

“We got off to a good start and found a flow offensively,” LI coach Patrick Rainville remarked. “In the second half we did not take care of the ball and get quality looks.”

Evan Sanborn topped the Vikes with 14 points, while teammates Chevy Bandy (13) and Austin Wheeler combined for 23 more.

LI hosts Montpelier on Friday at 6:30.

SHS (5-1): Diego 6-0-14, McAllister 4-0-9, Severy 5-6-16, Ronson 3-0-8, Benoit 1-0-2, Trother 1-0-3, Terrill 3-7-14. Totals: 23-FG 13-17-FT 66.

LI (2-5): Gavin Williams 2-0-6, Cam Berry 1-0-2, Austin Wheeler 4-2-10, Evan Sanborn 7-0-14, Aiden Bogie 0-2-2, Chevy Bandy 6-1-13. Totals: 20-FG 5-7-FT 47.

SHS (5-1): Diego 6-0-14, McAllister 4-0-9, Severy 5-6-16, Ronson 3-0-8, Benoit 1-0-2, Trother 1-0-3, Terrill 3-7-14. Totals: 23-FG 13-17-FT 66.

SHS 13 7 20 26 — 66

LI 14 12 12 9 — 47

3-Point-FG: S 7 Diego 2, Ronson 2, McAllister, Trother, Terrill); L 2 (Williams); Team Fouls: S 10, L 13.

NORTH COUNTRY 46, MT. ABRAHAM 39: In Bristol, Cooper Brueck (16) and Cayde Micknak combined for 30 points to keep the Falcons unbeaten.

North Country outscored the hosts 27-15 in the middle two frames.

The Falcons host Milton (2-4) on Saturday at 12:30.

NC (8-0): Cooper Brueck 6-3-16, Haidin Chilafoux 0-2-2, Cayde Micknak 7-0-14, Wyatt Descheneau 2-0-4, Brayden Pepin 4-0-10. Totals: 19-FG 5-8-FT 46.

MA (2-3): Parker 1-0-2, Deneker 3-0-8, Cogswell 4-1-10, Dillon 1-0-2, Bannister 3-0-6, Gargano 2-0-4, Benoit 3-0-7. Totals: 17-FG 1-3-FT 39.

NC 12 16 11 7 — 46

MA 11 9 6 13 — 39

3-Point FG: N 3 (Pepin 2, Brueck); M 4 (Deneker 2, Cogswell, Benoit). Team Fouls: N 8, M 15. Fouled Out: M, Cogswell.

U-32 64, LAKE REGION 30: In East Montpelier, the Raiders had three players in double figures and pulled away with a 27-10 second half.

Davis Piers (12) led the Rangers in scoring with four 3-pointers.

Lake Region visits Spaulding on Friday at 7.

LAKE REGION (0-5): Carter Montgomery 2-1-6, Aidan Poginy 2-2-7, David Piers 4-0-12, Robbie Bowman 0-1-1, Connor Ullrich 1-0-2. Totals: 9-FG 4-7-FT 30.

U-32 (4-1): Comstock 7-0-15, Trombly 3-2-11, Richards 1-0-3, Stowell 4-2-10, Muslak 2-0-5, Fair 1-0-2, Zeilenga 1-2-4, Cioffi 3-0-6, Haynes 4-0-8. Totals: 26-FG 5-7-FT 64.

LR 5 15 4 6 — 30

U 19 18 12 15 — 64

3-Point FG: L 4 (Piers); U 6 (Trombly 3, Richards, Stowell, Comstock). Team Fouls: L 10, U 13.

NORDIC SKIING

5K CLASSIC AT CRAFTSBURY: Craftsbury’s Amelia and Leo Circosta earned individual wins in a 5K classic on Wednesday at Craftsbury Outdoor Center.

Nordic skiers from four schools were in attendance, including Craftsbury, Lamoille, St. Johnsbury and BFA-Fairfax.

Amelia Circosta won the girls race in 16:15. Lamoille’s Maggie McGee was second in 16:18 and Anika Leahy finished third in 16:20.

St. J’s Aliza Wright was the top local girl, taking ninth in 22:17. The Hilltoppers also grabbed spots 11-15, including finishers Siri Jolliffe (11th, 23:16), Mary Fowler (24:35), Maren Geise (24:37), Delaney Rankin (25:10) and Adele Bernier (25:34).

Leo Circosta claimed the boys win in 14:25, leading a 1-2-3 Craftsbury sweep. Cormac Leahy was second in 14:32 and Alan Moody placed third in 16:06.

St. J’s top finishers included Ryan Callaghan (ninth, 17:54), Sisu Lange (10th, 17:59), Nathan Lenzini (14th, 19:03) and Krane Davis (15th, 19:35).

WRESTLING

SJA 27, CVU 24: In St. Johnsbury, Champlain Valley won four of the five contested matches, but the Hilltoppers came out on top in the score.

Will Casciari won a 138-pound bout by decision, 12-6 over Ethan Varrichione. Pins were registered by the Redhawks’ Jacon Underhill over Austin Strang (126); by Tanner Poquette over Shyam O’Connor; and by Thomas Murphy over Ozzy Alsaid Ahmad.

The Hilltoppers will be at the Essex Classic on Friday.

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