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Mid-Vermont 7, UCA 2
NEWPORTâ€“After being tied at a goal apiece early on, the Mid-Vermont Eagles picked up their pace and came away with the win against the UCA Crusaders.
Justin Limoges had both goals for UCA, with Ji Hoon Park assisting on one and Caleb DeLaBruere getting the helper on the other.
UCA now stands at 0-3, and will host Trinity Baptist next time out on September 20th.
NCU 3, Lyndon 1
LYNDON CENTERâ€“ Coming off of a rainy battle with Peoples, the North Country girls got back in the win column with a victory over Lyndon Institute.
Crystal Moss and Hollie Smith staked the girls to the 2-0 lead, and the Falcons were cruising until the last ten minutes of the second half when Lyndon got on the board to make it a one goal game.
But Crystal would score again to give the Falcons some insurance, and the eventual win.
Myra Degre, Lindsey Gaboriault and Shelby Maniatty all had assists in the contest.
Now 2-3, North Country will shoot for the .500 marker when they host BFA St. Albans on Friday at 4:30.
Peoples 4, Lake Region 0
MORRISVILLE-The Lake Region girls tasted defeat for the first time this season when they fell to the unbeaten soccer powerhouse that is Peoples Academy.
The Lady Rangers were without the services of Tyrah Urie in the second half, as she was out with a lower-body injury.
Jordyn Cowles had 15 saves in the loss.
Now 3-1, the girls travel to Bradford to take on Oxbow this Friday.
BMA 2, Craftsbury 1
CRAFTSBURY-The Charges jumped out to a 1-0 lead in the first half on a goal by Meghan Pennock, but Burke Mountain came back to net a pair and earn the win on Tuesday afternoon.
Emma Spiese sparkled in goal for Craftsbury, making 23 saving, but it was not enough and now the Chargers stand at 2-1 in 2013.
They will head to Sharon this afternoon, and will hit the pitch at 4:30.
EAST MONTPELIER- Despite overall team wins by host U-32, North Country had to be impressed with their efforts on Tuesday as they came away with two individual first place finishes.
Sam Brunnette and Avery Ellis picked up the two wins for the Falcons, with the boys finishing second overall and the girls fourth.
Brunnette came in at 17:21, while Ellis finished in 21:10.
Four other boys, Andrew Franklin, Ross DeLaBruere, Alex Cotnoir and Patrick DeLaBruere finished in the top 16.
For Lake Region, Emily Close came in 7th place with a time of 22:48 on the girls side, while Hunter Duquette finished with a time of 24:42, a new personal best.
Both teams will be in action on September 24th, with NCU in Stowe and LRU at Oxbow in Bradford.