South Burlington 6, St. Johnsbury 0: Nick Kelly pitched a shutout, and the South Burlington baseball team grabbed its second win a row on Saturday, May 20.
Kelly threw a complete game, striking out 13 and allowing just three hits. He also added two RBIs for the Wolves. Evan LaMothe was 2-for-4 with two RBIs and Brady Havers added a double.
With the win, South Burlington moves to 12-3.
On May 18, The Wolves beat BFA-St. Albans 10-1. Kiefer McGrath and Nick Kelly each drove in two runs for the Wolves, while pitcher Lucas Van Mullen got the win.
South Burlington 8, St. Johnsbury 3: South Burlington scored four runs in the second inning to beat St. Johnsbury on Saturday.
Emily Borrazzo got the win in the circle, pitching a complete game with seven strikeouts and five hits, while also adding a home run.
Trinity Rye went 3-for-4 at the plate and Miah Lafayette drove in a run for the Wolves, who move to 8-5.
The win helped South Burlington rebound from a 9-2 loss to BFA-St. Albans on Thursday.
Borrazzo took the loss in that matchup, while also going 2-for-3 at the plate.
South Burlington 12, BFA-St. Albans 10: The girls’ lacrosse got a narrow win over BFA-St. Albans on Saturday to rebound from a rare loss.
Rachel Kelley had four goals and two assists to pace the Wolves (11-3). Mia Kaczmarek chipped in four goals and one assist. Miranda Hayes added a hat trick, while Ava Goyette also tallied a goal. Victoria Bohlmann made nine saves in goal.
South Burlington 7, Colchester 0: South Burlington swept all seven matches over Colchester in girls’ tennis Saturday.
Winnie Adamson, Ella Maynard, Emma Xia, Grace Stein and Ella Stein all won their singles’ matches, and Stella O’Brien and Ayowunmi Adeyuwi and Taylor LaRose and Bridget Simone won in doubles.
South Burlington moves to 8-3.
South Burlington 10, Middlebury 4: The boys’ team won its sixth game in a row on Friday, May 19, beating Middlebury 10-4.
The Wolves moved to 11-1.
South Burlington 5, Mount Mansfield 2: South Burlington boys’ tennis improved on its season Thursday, is now 5-8.
Will Bradley, Daniel Kim and Jules Butler all won in singles, while Robin Hokenmaier and Jay Eagle and James Bradley and Nicolas Charlebois came out on top in their doubles’ matchups.
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