May 6th, 2015
ADDISON COUNTY — In high school lacrosse action earlier this week, the Middlebury Union boys’ and girls’ teams pulled out close wins, while Otter Valley saw a road rally come up just short and Vergennes lost at home.
HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS
5/5 MUHS vs. CVU................................. 12-9
5/4 Montpelier vs. OV........................... 11-10
5/5 MUHS vs. St. Albans.......................... 6-5
5/5 Stowe vs. VUHS............................... 15-2
I am not Pete Rose’s biggest fan.
Actually I can’t stand the man. He’s repulsive.
Go ahead. Reinstate him, put him in the Hall of Fame, and be over with it. Just do it. I’ll get used to it.
Pete was a great player, more or less, and deserves to be in, I guess. He’s not as great as he and his supporters think: his most celebrated attribute was superfluous hustle — sprinting to first on a walk, sliding head-first.
ADDISON COUNTY — An Orwell man was taken to Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center after a one-vehicle ATV accident that Vermont State Police said occurred in his driveway off Route 73 late on May 2. As of Tuesday afternoon, a Dartmouth-Hitchcock spokesperson said Ronald Parent, 59, was still listed in critical condition.
Parent was first taken to Porter Hospital before being moved to Dartmouth-Hitchcock; VSP said in a press release he had suffered head trauma.
MIDDLEBURY — Middlebury police on April 27 received a report about an alleged sexual assault in the Court Street Extension area. The matter remains under investigation, police said.
In other action last week, Middlebury police:
• Conducted welfare checks, with the assistance of the Bristol Police Department, on two area juveniles after a Facebook photo involving firearms was sent to a stranger in Vergennes on April 27. Police said both individuals were OK and it was determined to have been a hoax.
VERGENNES — Vergennes police continued to enforce trucking laws last week, stopping and citing two tractor-trailer unit drivers on April 30.
First, city police stopped a truck near the Kennedy Brothers building for speeding and ended up ticketing the driver for two violations of trucking law: driving for more than 11 hours and failing to keep proper driving logs.
The Addison Independent is proud to publish the Students of the Week from area High Schools each week. The students are chosen by teachers and administration from each school who would like to recognize their exceptional engagement in the high schools they attend.
Grandparents get to do whatever they want -- that's my philosophy.