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September 30th, 2013
BRANDON – The Otter Valley Union High School football team scored seven times in the first half on the way to a 77-24 Division III win over visiting Mount St. Joseph on Saturday.
The OV offense, including its second string after the break, was never stopped, and Vytas Nielson also returned an interception for a score as the Otters celebrated their Homecoming Day.
HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS
9/27 MUHS vs. CVU.............................. 42-7
9/28 OV vs. MSJ ................................ 77-24
9/28 Mount Abe vs. Windsor ...... 34-32 (OT)
9/25 CVU vs. MUHS ................................ 1-1
9/25 Rutland vs. OV ................................ 2-1
ADDISON COUNTY — Mount Abraham topped Middlebury on Saturday to highlight area high school girls’ soccer action in the latter half of last week. In other games, Vergennes and Otter Valley each came up short twice.
EAGLES TOP TIGERS
BRISTOL — Friday’s 2-1 setback to visiting Division I Essex dropped the Division II Mount Abraham Union High School field hockey team to 5-3, but even though it represented the Eagles’ third loss in four games, Coach Mary Stetson was not upset afterward.
To start with, the 5-1-2 Hornets are playing like D-I title favorites. Friday’s win was their fifth straight and the first in that stretch in which Essex has even allowed a goal.
ADDISON COUNTY — In local high school field hockey action in the latter half of last week, Middlebury gave its new coach her first varsity win, Mount Abraham picked up a key Metro win, and Division II Otter Valley split two games against D-I Marble Valley foes.
ADDISON COUNTY — In area boys’ soccer action in the latter half of last week, Otter Valley and Vergennes each came up short.
Mount Abraham (7-0) and Middlebury (1-7) were idle. The Tigers play at Rice, Milton and Missisquoi this week, while the Eagles host Rice on Monday, VUHS on Wednesday, and Missisquoi on Friday.
Here’s a quick recap of the looming federal government shutdown and why it’s unique.
At midnight Monday, Oct. 1, non-essential parts of the U.S. government will be shut down. Of the nation’s two million federal workers, about 40 percent (800,000) will be furloughed for an unknown amount of time. About 1.4 million active duty military personnel will remain on the job, but most civilians working in the Defense Department face furloughs.
Lincoln Peak Vineyard in New Haven held its first annual Harvest Festival Sept. 22. Staff photographer Trent Campbell snapped these photos.
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