South Burlington 6, Champlain Valley 5 (OT): Hunter Fay scored in overtime to lift South Burlington to a 6-5 win over Champlain Valley as the Wolves captured the annual CSB Cup on Saturday, Jan. 11.
Fay’s game-winner capped off his hat trick performance for the Wolves, who trailed 3-1 entering the third period. Zack Erickson tallied twice for South Burlington (3-5) and Will Hershberg added a goal.
Isaac Toupin dished out two assists and Ted Hopper stopped 30 shots to earn the win in goal.
It was a nice rebound for the Wolves, who fell to Rice 5-2 on Wednesday, Jan. 8.
Isaac Touoin and Ray Thibeault each had a goal in the loss and Logan Riddle made 33 saves for South Burlington.
South Burlington 63, Burr and Burton 45: Evan Parker hit seven three-pointers and South Burlington beat Burr and Burton on Saturday, Jan. 11, to capture its second win in a row.
Parker finished with 21 points to lead the Wolves (6-3), while Devante Jackson added 14 points. Tyler Gammons added a double-double with 11 points and 11 rebounds.
It was the second win in two days for South Burlington, who beat Champlain Valley 64-48 on Tuesday, Jan. 7.
Parker had 16 points in that contest while Khalon Tayler chipped in with nine points. Three other scorers had eight points each for the Wolves.
South Burlington 56, Brattleboro 38: South Burlington rebounded from two losses in a row with a win over Brattleboro on Saturday, Jan. 11.
Ava MacDonough had 12 points and seven assists to pace South Burlington (3-4) and Miranda Hayes also had 12 points and grabbed nine rebounds.
Woodstock 1, South Burlington 0: Lyssa Tan made 31 saves but it was not enough to hold off Woodstock in a loss on Saturday, Jan. 11.
Allie Cimis had the lone goal for the Wasps.
The Wolves fall to 1-3 with the loss.
Tan had another high-save mark on Wednesday, Jan. 8, in a loss to BFA-St. Albans.
Tan made 55 saves in the 6-0 setback to the Comets.