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WINOOSKI — The Mount Abraham Union High School boys’ basketball team dropped a pair of road games last week and remains winless at 0-4. The Eagles will look to bounce back on Saturday vs. Randolph, which defeated them this past Thursday.
In that game, four Randolph players hit for at least 11 points as the host Ghosts coasted past the Eagles, 91-46. Sawyer Kamman (16) and Whit Lower (10) led the Eagles.
MIDDLEBURY — The Middlebury Union High School gymnastics team defeated visiting Randolph this past Wednesday, 109.1-101-15 at the Middlebury Union Middle School gymnasium.
Senior Lindsay Wells led the Tigers with three first-place finishes (one of them a tie with Tiger junior Hannah Stoll), and freshman Mikayla Robinson also won an event.
In the individual events, the results were:
1. Brittney Malik, 8.0, (R).
2. Stoll, 7.95, (M).
MIDDLEBURY — The Middlebury Union High School boys’ hockey team lost a Wednesday game this week, and now heads into the Tigers’ annual holiday tournament. The Tigers’ Saturday game at Lyndon was rescheduled for Feb. 17.
MUHS will take on Northfield at 7 p.m. on Friday, and on Saturday will play in a 3 p.m. consolation or 7 p.m. final against either Lake Placid or Northeast Clinton Central.
ADDISON COUNTY — All four local union high school girls basketball teams found tough sledding in games played late last week.
BARRE — The Middlebury Union High School wrestling team opened its dual-meet season with a pair of NVAC wins at Spaulding on Thursday, one over the host Tide and one over county rival Mount Abraham.
The Tigers topped the Tide, 36-30, and defeated the Eagles, 42-18.
Against the Eagles, the Tigers earned a 3-1 edge in contested weight classes and a 4-2 edge in forfeits.
• At 126, Eagle Josh Roy defeated Kyle Desabrais, 13-9.
12/18 Hartford at MUHS Girls .................. 5-0
12/18 St. Albans vs. MUHS Boys .......... 3-1
12/21 B&Burton vs. MUHS Girls ............ 3-2
12/21 MUHS Boys at Lyndon ... Ppd. to 2/17
12/19 S. Burlington vs. VUHS ............ 61-33
12/19 Mt. Abe at Randolph ................. 91-46
Thank you for this opportunity to write in support of the Early Childhood Educators of Vermont. Our state is fortunate to have a network of agencies, homes and private centers that provide care, nurturing and education to the state’s youngest citizens. The persons who work with our children in these settings are mostly women, and though the work they do is arguably the most important work done in our state, they typically are not well-paid, minimum wage being the standard for these jobs.