Kristi Lewicki opened the scoring with an unassisted effort in the first period, then 42 seconds later Mary Leech doubled-up the lead when she finished off a sequence of passes from Aggie Bisselle and Jordan Harmon.
Megan Grabher made it 3-0 in the first period when she finished off a pass from Lewicki and Ryder Ferrone.
"Stowe has a really good goalie in Danielle Mayo, so to get three goals in the first period was important," coach Ed Lewicki said.
Less than a minute into the second period, and BBA would round out the scoring when Bisselle scored on a goal from a tight angle.
Mayo finished with 33 saves for Stowe in the loss, while Kaylie Benson stopped all eight shots that were sent her way.
BBA moves to 3-1 with the win, and play again on Wednesday at Woodstock.
Bulldogs top Otters
RUTLAND -- The Burr and Burton Academy boys basketball team opened the season with a resounding 69-29 win over Otter Valley in the Mt. Saint Joseph tip-off tournament.
11 players scored for the Bulldogs in the win. The team was led by Joey Shehadi with 16 points, while Simeon Iglinski added 10 points. Tyeshawn Gadson and Connor Harrington each added nine and Jack Bunker had eight in the win.
BBA will play MSJ in the final of the tournament on Tuesday night.
BBA boys fall at home
MANCHESTER -- The Burr and Burton Academy boys hockey team was called for 13 penalties against Missisquoi on Saturday, keeping the Bulldogs from building any momentum in a 5-2 loss.
Jacob Hubbard and Timmy Flournier each netted twice for Missisquoi in the win, while Andy Ishu and Nathaniel Eisenman scored the two goals for BBA.
"We have been getting off to slow starts, and that has been killing us," BBA coach Joe Ferrara said. "We couldn't get into any rhythm the whole game because we were in the box so much."
BBA falls to 0-4 with the loss, while Missisquoi moves to 1-3.