October 8th, 2014
BRISTOL — Visiting Milton topped the Mount Abraham Union High School boys’ soccer team on Tuesday, 3-1.
The Yellowjackets improved to 8-2-2 and are in third place in Division II, while the Eagles remained winless in their past nine outings and dropped to 2-7-2.
Ryan Brown, Colby Gay and Luke Covey scored for Milton, and goalie Hunter Goodwin made four saves.
BRISTOL — The Sodbusters Horseshoe Pitching Club will host two tournaments open to the general public over the next two weekends.
First is the club’s 18th annual Roger Forgues Sr. / Fall Finale Horseshoe Tournament this Sunday, Oct. 12. This non-sanctioned tournament will take place at the club’s home courts at 56 Airport Drive in Bristol, behind the American Legion hall. Check-in is at 9 a.m., competition starts at 9:30.
MIDDLEBURY — The Middlebury College field hockey team picked up two recent NESCAC wins, including the 200th of Coach Katharine DeLorenzo’s Panther career.
In 11 years at Middlebury, DeLorenzo’s record stands at 201-50. Overall, DeLorenzo’s career record as a head coach, including several years at Skidmore, sits at 295-114-2. The Panthers will play at Trinity and Hamilton this weekend.
MIDDLEBURY — The Middlebury College women’s soccer team won two of three recent games to improve to 6-4, 2-3 in NESCAC play. The Panthers are on the road this weekend at league foes Trinity and Hamilton.
When it comes to odd jobs around the house, my husband, Mark, and I just don’t have the same priorities.
I knew as soon as I walked back into the office that there was a problem.
I had two of the big three — my wallet and keys. But I couldn’t locate my iPhone.
After several frantic searches of the car, I called the café where I’d been sitting outside while I worked on email and quaffed a coffee. They checked the tables where I’d been sitting and didn’t see the phone.
When it comes to the November bond vote for the proposed renovations to Mount Abraham Union High School, it is time to say NO.
I went to the one of the open house tours and discussion sessions this past summer, and found the school in much better condition than expected. Yes, there are some issues to address, but not $33 million worth.