Tiger football thumps Rutland to give Coach Malcolm his first win

TIGER BACK JACKSON Gillett ran for three long touchdowns vs. Rutland on this past Thursday because of his speed and elusiveness, and because of the kind of blocking he got on this TD run from Tim Whitney (#74) and Aiden LaDuke (#50). Independent photo/Steve James

After an MUHS running back scored three touchdowns in the first quarter, Rutland had a long night when it visited Middlebury’s Doc Collins Field this past Thursday.

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