ADDISON COUNTY — In local girls’ basketball action, all on this past Friday, Mount Abraham and Vergennes were victorious, but Middlebury failed to record its first win. Otter Valley’s game at Windsor was postponed.
ADDISON COUNTY — In local boys’ basketball action late last week, Middlebury and Otter Valley each picked up victories, while Vergennes and Mount Abraham both lost twice.
ADDISON COUNTY — Peter Burrows, superintendent of the Addison Central Supervisory Union, has been getting around to the seven towns in his district trying to meet area residents. His schedule of “Coffee with the Superintendent” sessions, where folks will get a chance to talk education with Dr. Burrows, continues this week and wraps up next.
MIDDLEBURY — The Middlebury Union High School boys’ hockey team eased past visiting Brattleboro on Saturday, 4-1, outshooting the Colonels, 39-7.
Finding the net for the 3-4 Tigers were Jordan Stearns, Devin Dwire, James Ploof and Keenan Bartlett. Stearns also chipped in two assists.
Tiger goalie Doug DeLorenzo made six saves, while Greg DiSilva stopped 35 shots for the 3-5 Colonels.
MIDDLEBURY — Visiting Spaulding edged the Middlebury Union High School girls’ hockey team on Saturday, 4-3. The Division I Tide improved to 5-2-1, while the D-II Tigers dropped to 6-3.
Spaulding’s Julia Ormsby scored all four of her team’s goals, including one just five seconds after the opening faceoff. Her final goal gave the Tide a 4-2 lead in the third period.
VERMONT — Middlebury Union High School junior football player Austin Robinson is one of three Vermont Sports Media Association athlete of the month winners for November as chosen in statewide balloting of VSMA members.
HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS
1/4 Spaulding vs. MUHS Girls ............... 4-3
1/4 MUHS Boys vs. Brattleboro .............. 4-1
1/2 Fairfax vs. VUHS.......................... 74-40
1/2 MUHS at Rutland ................ Ppd. to 1/27
Vermont’s appointed Public Service Board should be sacked, its power reined in and synchronized with core values.
How is it that the PSB rationale to approve Vermont Gas’ Phase One is the equivalent of “eating our neighbors’ dogs can stave off hunger for some Vermonters and will temporarily support economic growth here”? This basis to justify cost savings is a direct contradiction to the reasoning for our legislation that outlaws fracking in Vermont.