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High school hockey season ends

Both the boys and girls high school hockey ended their regular seasons last Saturday. Read below to see how some of the local teams fared in their season finale, and where they stood record wise headed into the post season tournament.

In South Burlington, Nick Williams scored with two and a half minutes left in the game to give his Bellows Falls Academy Bobwhites an exciting 3-2 win over the visiting Champlain Valley Union Redhawks. Conner Roberts scored the Bobwhites first two goals, while goalies Taylor Pearl (17 saves) and Taylor Kilburn (five saves) preserved the win by combining to stop 22 CVU shots. Matt Palmer and Mike Schreiner contributed a pair of assists each for BFA, who ended their regular season dead even at 10-10.

Mayson Kropf and Kyle Logan scored the Redhawks two goals, while Sam Parent, Robbie Dobrowski, Erick MacLean and Nate Lacroix all added assists. In the net Mark Albertson made 23 saves for the Redhawks, who enter the post season at 10-8-2.

In Middlebury Andrew Myhre pounded in a pair of goals while leading his Middlebury Tigers to 3-2 win over the visiting Woodstock Wasps. Graham Barlow also scored for the victorious Tigers while Sawyer Hescock contributed to the winning effort with a pair of assists. Middlebury goalie Craig Camara protected the win while making nine saves for the Tigers, who wound up 8-9-2 on the year. For Woodstock Derek Osborne led the way with one goal and one assist while Matt Mitchell provided their other goal. Wasp goalie Jared Walker made 16 saves to keep the game close.

In girl's action came back from an early 2-0 deficit to defeat Spaulding 3-2. Amanda Armell, Alyx Rivard and Maggie Ryan scored for CVU, while Nicole Sisk preserved the win with 17 saves. Zoe Bailey and Julie Morris scored for Spaulding. Goalie Gabbie Willey saved 15 for the Crimson Tide, who fell to 15-3 with the heartbreaking loss. CVU finished their regular season at 15-4-1 with the come from behind win.

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