June 10th, 2013
VERGENNES — Another strong pitching effort backed by timely hitting and solid defense on Saturday means another trip to the Division II semifinal round for the Vergennes Union High School softball team.
In their 8-2 quarterfinal win over No. 6 U-32, the No. 3 Commodores’ got two-hit pitching from Taylor Paquette; a combined seven-for-seven effort with six runs and three RBIs from Nos. 4 and 5 hitters Cat Chaput and Dani Brown; and four RBIs from No. 7 hitter Tamara Aunchman.
HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS
6/7 #4 Brattleboro vs. #5 MUHS............. 11-9
6/5 #5 U-32 vs. #12 VUHS ..................... 15-3
To understand the push south into Addison County by Vermont Gas Systems, it’s helpful to understand their mandate as dictated by the Public Service Board.
This week’s writer is Kelly Stoddard, director of government relations and advocacy in Vermont for the American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network.
BRISTOL — After all the caps fly into the air at Mount Abraham Union High School this Saturday, the members of its graduating senior class will scatter to various locations in pursuit of jobs, travel or further education.
One will travel farther than most. Jan Liegmann, Mount Abe’s only exchange student this year, will be returning to his home country of Switzerland in June.
MIDDLEBURY — The Middlebury College campus on Tuesday said goodbye to a prominent feature of its athletic complex — the Bubble.
The 40,640-square-foot air-filled structure was inflated in 2002 as a temporary home for the Panther squash courts and other athletic facilities. Workers deflated it Tuesday as work moves forward on two significant new structures in the complex.