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ADDISON COUNTY — In season-opening high school basketball action this past weekend, the Vergennes boys’ won on the road, but the Middlebury girls and Otter Valley and Mount Abraham boys all dropped home contests.
On Saturday at Montpelier, the Commodores bolted to a 30-13 halftime lead on the way to a 58-48 win at Montpelier. The closest the Solons came in the second half came in the final minute.
MANCHESTER — The Middlebury Union High School boys’ hockey team’s opening game at Burr & Burton was suspended on Saturday with the score tied at 0-0 after two periods.
MUHS coach Derek Bartlett said the Zamboni at Burr & Burton’s rink malfunctioned between the second and third periods, damaging the ice surface past the point it could be repaired to allow the game to continue in a timely manner.
Officials from both schools were set to talk on Monday morning to work out a way to wrap up or reschedule the game, Bartlett said.
NORTHFIELD — The Middlebury Union High School girls’ hockey team opened with a 2-0 loss at Northfield on Saturday.
The Tigers outshot the Marauders, 11-10, but surrendered two second-period shorthanded goals to Northfield’s Claudia Gee, one of them scored while the Tigers had a five-on-three advantage.
Northfield goalie Analiese Morvan made 11 saves, while the Tigers’ Baily Ryan stopped eight shots.
HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS
12/6 Northfield vs. MUHS......................... 2-0
12/6 MUHS at Burr & Burton........ Suspended
12/5 Mill River vs. OV.......................... 59-46
This is the time of year where we pause to give thanks for the riches we all have. We express gratitude for our family and friends, a bounty of food and our health if we are fortunate enough have those. We also stop to express appreciation for those who do big and little things to care for us and those we love.
The lower cost of solar PV panels has led to a huge increase in solar projects in Addison County. Unfortunately the current regulatory model to govern the siting of solar projects is based on traditional large centralized power generation, transmission and distribution. This model is not appropriate for small distributed power generation such as solar PV or bio-fuels projects.
In Vergennes, the city council will take a vote next Tuesday on whether to support a recreation committee’s recommendation to build a toddler park on city-owned land that is also near the city’s swimming pool and elementary school. The city has a $21,000 state grant to fund half of the project’s $42,000 cost, with the other $21,000 slated to be taken from the city’s water/sewer fund — thus no property tax dollars would be spent on the project.
ADDISON COUNTY — The holiday happenings kick into high gear in Bristol, Vergennes and Middlebury this weekend as all three of the county’s largest towns host many activities related to Christmas and the holidays.
From chocolate and caroling to Santa and shopping, there are events planned to suit just about everyone’s taste.
Check out the stories and listings below and then head out on the town and enjoy some fun with your friends and neighbors this weekend.