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November 11th, 2010
So, you lost at fantasy baseball this year and you’re itching to have a second chance, but the spring seems so far away. Here’s an immediate substitute. Let’s call it political baseball.
On the Ball: Panther Field Hockey Catches a Cabrini
Six points is an off day for, say, the Fair Haven football team against Middlebury Union High School in a Division II semifinal.
Six goals in a field hockey game? Well, that’s another story.
But that’s what the Middlebury College field hockey team racked up on Wednesday afternoon against overmatched Colonial States Athletic Conference champion Cabrini, which drove a long way from near Philadelphia to absorb a 6-0 loss in a first-round NCAA Division III tournament game.
On the Ball: Panthers dancing
Five (!) Middlebury College teams are moving along in the NCAA Division III title hunt this week. Four of them — the volleyball, men’s and women’s cross-country, and men’s soccer teams — earned automatic berths in national tournaments by prevailing in NESCAC play, the runners the weekend before last and the volleyballers and soccer players on Sunday.
When Brandon’s new town plan was drafted several years ago, walkability was one of the major assets that residents cited. Historic development of Brandon has kept the original village compact, and new housing on Mt. Pleasant and along the spoke streets radiating out from downtown also tend to be small and close together. The downtown shopping area has all the necessities within walking distance, including a supermarket, pharmacy, hardware store, library, three banks, a post office, and pizza and Chinese take-out restaurants.
On the Ball: Two teams ousted, survivors’ games set
Times, sites set for OV hockey, Tiger football
BURLINGTON — Game times have been scheduled for the Otter Valley Union field hockey team and the Middlebury Union football team, two of the three remaining active local squads for this local high school season. The Division II champion MUHS boys’ cross-country team had been already set to run in the New England meet at Thetford on Nov. 13.
Election night 2010 saw a sharply contested gubernatorial election and a number of tight statewide and local races. Five of us gathered in the Addison Independent newsroom, listening for the phones to ring and the fax machine to start clicking.
Here's a rundown of how the evening transpired, and how the races panned out. Watch our Election 2010 topic page for full results and analysis.
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