MIDDLEBURY — Middlebury Union High School dipped into the ranks of its alumni to find a new boys’ tennis coach, tapping 2009 graduate and Weybridge resident Andy Killorin to lead the team this spring.
Killorin, 23, played four years for the Tiger team while at MUHS and has not put his racquet down since: Rated as a 4.0 level player by the United States Tennis Association, he plays in a doubles league as well as in regular singles matches.
COLCHESTER — Two St. Michael’s College senior athletes who are Middlebury Union High School alumni were named to the Northeast-10 Conference Weekly Honor Roll for the week ending on Sunday, March 23.
Men’s lacrosse player Cooper Quenneville, a Shoreham resident, made the league’s athletic honor roll for the third time in four weeks after posting four goals, three assists, six ground balls and an eight-for-16 showing on faceoffs as the Knights split two games.
VERGENNES — Two years after the Vergennes Union High School baseball team won the program’s second Division II title in five years, the school will not field a varsity program this spring.
VUHS activities director Peter Maneen on Wednesday confirmed what school officials had feared since last spring: There are simply not enough experienced athletes in the program to field a varsity team this season.
3/27 Midd. vs. Franklin & Marshall........ 14-5
3/29 Amherst vs. Midd. ........................ 11-10
3/29 Midd. vs. Amherst ............................ 8-7
"It is very difficult to cover the expenses now with only one income for a large family. After his death (her partner) and losing the benefit of reduced pricing for fuel since he worked for the dealer, it was impossible to keep the house warm and comfortable. Now, since weatherization, we can be safe and comfortable.”
“What a difference to feel warm and to save on fuel.”
A challenge to all Vermont school board members:
I have missed very few of my local town meetings in the last 30 years. Of course, being an elected member of the Whiting school board the last 21 years is a good reason to be there. But in Whiting, everyone who wants a “say” in the town and school business must come to town meeting. All budgets and elections are done on the floor. Elections are most often uncontested, but if there are any rumors of a competition, the hall is packed.
This week I had the wonderful opportunity to attend, in Burlington, the two-day MMSAP (Masonic Model Student Assistance Program) seminar sponsored by the Vermont Freemasons and assisted by several Vermont state agencies. For decades I had considered it just another charity. I now see it more as an investment.
So many times all we hear and see are the bad things people do and say to each other. Recently, I had a bad experience that really proved the other side, the good side, of people. Let me start from the beginning: