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Yesterday | The Brattleboro Reformer
The Colonels boys lacrosse team scored their first victory of the season on Thursday, beating Marble Valley League opponent Otter Valley, 28-4.
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Yesterday | The Bennington Banner
SVC scored three in the first inning to take back the lead and never looked back at Bill Epstein Field, running away with a 14-2 win.
College baseball St. Michael's at St. Anselm, ppd. Daniel Webster at Norwich, cancelled College men's lacrosse Skidmore at Middlebury, 4:30 p.m. College women's lacrosse Union at Middlebury, 5:30 p.m. Norwich at Emmanuel, 7 p.m. High school girls lacrosse Colchester at Burlington, 5 p.m. South Burlington 10, Rutland 7 BFA-St.
For the Division I boys, Mount Anthony's Luke Keenan, Will Buckley and Andy Barlow made the list.
Coach: Jeanne Hulsen Last season: 9-7; lost to South Burlington in Division I quarterfinals Key returnees: Annie Reville, senior; Katie Costello, senior; Lisa Cicchetti, senior; Clare Labracio, senior Key newcomers: Too early to tell Outlook: Reville, Costello, Cicchetti and Labracio return to the starting lineup to anchor Burlington, which has ... (more)
Burlington's freshmen crop is talented and should help boost the team's lineup. * Up next: Monday vs. Rice Coach: Frank Babbott Last season: 8-7; lost to Essex in Division I quarterfinals Key returnees: Skylar Golann, senior; Joey Brien, senior; Ryan Schneiderman, senior Key newcomers: George Lomas, freshman Outlook: Lomas enters high school ... (more)
When a program develops a winning culture, expectations soon follow. Expectations to continue to win, to continue to pile up state titles.
The Hoosick Falls Central School baseball team finally got to play a game on Friday, and the Panthers opened the season with a 6-2 win over Cambridge Central School.
For the first time in program history, the Hoosick Falls Central School boys lacrosse team walked off the field as winners on Thursday afternoon, topping Voorheesville 16-0 to move to 1-4 on the year.
The sound of tennis balls meeting the strings of a racquet could be heard in the Dana Thompson Memorial Rec Park on Monday as members of the Burr and Burton Academy boys tennis team warmed up during their first outdoor practice of the season.
The start of the season is just around the corner and this year the Burr and Burton Academy softball team will be looking to make even more strides and improve on their performance last year.
Mount Anthony Union High School softball coach Katie Contrada thought that her Patriots entered last season a little hesitant.