January 28th, 2016
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — Host Williams defeated the Middlebury College women’s basketball team on Sunday, 66-49, as the Ephs broke the game open in the third quarter.
Williams improved to 13-4, 3-3 in NESCAC play. The Panthers (10-6, 2-3 NESCAC) were set to host Castleton on Wednesday before entertaining league foe Hamilton at 3 p.m. on Saturday.
HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS
1/26 MUHS vs. Missisquoi 8-2
1/27 MUHS vs. Northfield 4-1
1/25 MSJ vs. OV 84-82 (2 OT)
1/26 Milton vs. Mt. Abe 73-44
BRUNSWICK, Maine — Middlebury College men’s hockey split a pair of NESCAC games in Maine this past weekend and entered this week with a 5-7-4 mark that includes a 4-2-4 league record.
They are in fourth place in NESCAC heading into this weekend, when they will host league foes Connecticut on Friday at 7 p.m. and Tufts on Saturday at 4 p.m.
On this past Saturday, host Bowdoin (7-7-3, 5-5-3) scored a breakaway goal with 1:24 to go to snap a tie and come away with a 2-1 victory. The Panthers outshot their opponents 40-29 in the game.
HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS
1/26 MUHS vs. Missisquoi....................... 8-2
1/25 MSJ vs. OV....................... 84-82 (2 OT)
1/26 Milton vs. Mt. Abe......................... 73-44
1/26 VUHS vs. MUHS........................... 55-50
Which cities have hosted the most Super Bowls?
10 Miami (5 at Orange Bowl, 2 at Joe Robbie Stadium, 1 at Dolphin Stadium, 1 at Pro Player Stadium, 1 at Sun Life Stadium)
10 New Orleans (7 at Superdome, 3 at Tulane Stadium)
7 Los Angeles (5 at Rose Bowl, 2 at Memorial Coliseum)
4 Tampa, Fla. (2 at Raymond James Stadium, 2 at Tampa Stadium)
SANTA CLARA, Calif. — As the designated home team, the Broncos have elected to wear their white uniforms in Super Bowl 50 against the Carolina Panthers. The NFC champion Panthers will wear black jerseys and silver pants.
The home/away designation flips by conference each year. This year the AFC champion is considered the home team.
Kids love to play. It’s natural. Put a kid next to a puddle, with or without mud boots, and you have an entertainment system that rivals the most expensive video game console. A pile of fresh snow on the ground is even better. It can make kids of us all. It can also make photographers of us all.
A bill that would ban industrial wind projects in Vermont was introduced this past week by Sen. John Rodgers, D-Essex/Orleans, and the effort drew cheers from a throng of onlookers in Montpelier.
Mr. Rodgers’ audience was part of an organized attempt to explain to lawmakers that Vermonters are frustrated with how little their voices matter when it comes to the siting of industrial-sized solar and wind projects.