October 29th, 2012
MIDDLEBURY — On Friday it became official: 2012 is the best season for the Middlebury Union High School boys’ soccer program since the 1970s.
And after the top-seeded Tigers’ 3-0 win over No. 9 St. Johnsbury in a Division I quarterfinal, the program is two victories — granted in games that no one in Chittenden County will expect the 14-1 Tigers to win — away from the school’s first soccer title.
RUTLAND — The No. 5 Middlebury Union High School football team rolled over host No. 4 Rutland on Friday, 42-14, in a Division I quarterfinal, by rushing for about 500 yards.
The 6-3 Tigers will next travel to face undefeated two-time defending champion Hartford in a semifinal. Their date with the top-seeded, 9-0 Hurricanes had yet to be officially announced as of Sunday, but was expected to be set for 7 p.m. this coming Friday.
ADDISON COUNTY — Mount Abraham won twice to reach the Division II semifinals and highlight local girls’ soccer teams’ postseason efforts last week.
In other games, Middlebury, Vergennes and Otter Valley all dropped first-round road matches to higher seeds.
HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS
10/26 Fair Haven vs. OV..................... 43-27
10/27 Mt. Abe vs. Poultney................. 45-24
10/26 #5 MUHS vs. #4 Rutland............ 42-14
10/26 #3 Mt. Abe vs. #6 Woodstock ....... 1-0
10/26 #4 Harwood vs. #5 OV................... 2-1
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When casting a vote for State Treasurer on Election Day, Vermonters should first consider what qualities, skills and background are most important in the candidates. The position, after all, has three primary responsibilities: managing the state’s bonds, managing the state’s pension funds, and handling a host of cash management tasks.
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Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn said, “How can you expect a man who’s warm to understand one who’s cold?” We don’t have that problem in Vermont. There is not one of us who doesn’t understand the cold and the wonderful feeling of entering a warm space after being chilled. What if that space is your home and that space is continually cold and about to get colder? Then add to that scenario that you are elderly, disabled or a single mom with children.
ADDISON COUNTY — Vermont State Police stopped a motor vehicle driven by Jean Gaboriau, 45, of Rutland on Oct. 17 at around 2:48 p.m. on Route 7 at Campground Road in New Haven. Troopers said they found that Gaboriau was in possession of a stolen license plate.
Troopers further identified Gaboriau as having used the stolen license plate to drive away from multiple gas stations in Addison County without paying for the gas; they said this totaled in excess of $130.