Soccer games often come down to one moment where everything clicks.
In local high school girls’ soccer action between Sept. 28 and Oct. 4, Vergennes and Otter Valley each split two games, while Middlebury and Mount Abraham came up short twice.
Girls’ volleyball has arrived to Addison County as a junior varsity program with two teams sponsored at Middlebury Union High School.
On Sept. 29, in the weekly Thursday Afternoon Bill Davidson Men’s Golf at Ralph Myhre Golf Course, the foursome of Eric Bergland, Jeff Stetson, Nick Causton and Tom McGinn prevailed.
Only women’s soccer dropped its game at Wesleyan, but bounced back to win a Tuesday non-league home game.
Vergennes picked up a big home triumph over rival Mount Abraham to highlight local boys’ soccer action between Sept. 28 and Oct. 4.
A competitive Saturday game between Mount Abraham and host Middlebury, in which the Eagles ultimately prevailed, highlighted the local high school field hockey slate between Sept. 28 and Oct. 4.
Middlebury, Mount Abraham and Vergennes golfers competed at the Sept. 28 NVAC tournament hosted by the Williston Country Club and won by Rice with a collective score of 323 for its top four golfers.
High school rowers from Chittenden and Addison counties gathered in Burlington Harbor last Saturday for the annual James Wakefield Rescue Row, sponsored by the Lake Champlain Maritime Museum.
Here’s what happened in Addison County sports recently, plus the schedule of upcoming games and events.
When Essex came to Middlebury on Friday, the Tigers found themselves behind by 7 points with only 5 seconds gone on the clock.
The Mount Abraham Unified School District Board lined up behind school administrators on Tuesday evening when pressed about the June dismissal of high school basketball coach Connie LaRose.
Addison County drivers had a huge day on Sunday at Devil’s Bowl Speedway, claiming three track championships, winning four races and earning two Rookie of the Year titles during a card interrupted by rain showers as the track wrapped up its season.
In a typically intense high school boys’ soccer game on Tuesday between two programs enjoying a run of success in recent seasons, host Middlebury got past previously unbeaten Vergennes in double overtime, 3-2.
The Otter Valley football team broke open Saturday’s Division III game against Mount Abraham-Vergennes with a three-touchdown second quarter on the way to a big homecoming win, 46-25. The result left both teams at 2-2.
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