Tiger football throttles Rutland, evens their record

MIDDLEBURY — It was the way the Middlebury football team dreamed about starting Friday night’s home game against rival Rutland on the way to a dominant 28-7 victory. After taking the opening kickoff, the Tigers scored on their second play from scrimmage. Senior fullback Cam Stone burst through a hole on the left side and continued on to a 47-yard touchdown. Then on their first defensive series the Tigers junior linebacker Cole Warren and Stone at defensive tackle both sacked Rutland quarterback Eli Pockette … (read more)

Tiger cross country teams top at Mount Abe

The Middlebury Union High School teams once again ran away from their county competition at a Tuesday meet hosted by Mount Abraham, but the local coaches all said they were happy with where their teams stand about three weeks into fall competition.

Girls’ soccer: Eagles, Otters win

In recent local girls’ high school soccer action Mount Abraham picked up its first win, at Middlebury’s expense, while Otter Valley also earned its initial victory.

Karl Lindholm: Sox-Yanks and Bill Carrigan’s house

In 1972, Peter Gammons started writing baseball “notes” in the Sunday Boston Globe, a whole page of baseball news in which the baseball beat writer “empties out the notebook.” Over the years it has become a Globe staple, a must read. 

Tiger golfers hit the links

The Middlebury Union High School golf team finished third out of four teams at the Rocky Ridge course on Sept. 16, while Tiger Colin MacGuffie earned a share of medalist honors.

Football teams earn triumphs

All three area high school football teams picked up wins this past weekend, Middlebury and Otter Valley at home and the Mount Abraham-Vergennes cooperative program on the road. 

Boys’ soccer: Tigers, Commodores prevail

In recent local high school boys’ soccer action, Middlebury defeated rival Mount Abraham, but came up just short vs. a D-I power; Vergennes won once to stay unbeaten; the Eagles dropped a tough D-I game; and Otter Valley suffered its first setback.

Tigers catch bass

The duo of Vance Larocque, above left, and Riley Disorda of the Middlebury Union High School bass fishing team placed 6th at the VPA Classic tournament in South Hero this past Saturday. Tiger teammates Dylan Stowe and Casey Calzini, below, placed 8th out … (read more)

Middlebury College teams mostly successful

In Middlebury College action this past week the football team won its opener, the field hockey and women’s soccer squads each picked up a pair of victories and the men’s soccer team split two contests.

Stone closing in on Devil’s Bowl crown

Veteran Middlebury driver Todd Stone all but clinched his fourth career Devil’s Bowl Speedway title on Saturday by winning for the fourth time this summer in the dirt track’s headline Sportsman Modified series. 

Field hockey: Otter Valley was the only winner

In local high school field hockey action between Sept. 14 and 20 Mount Abraham earned a home tie, Otter Valley split two games and Middlebury dropped a pair of Metro Conference contests.

Myhre golfers compete

Weekly golf competitions are ongoing at Ralph Myhre Golf Course.

Scoreboard and schedule for Sept. 22

Here’s what happened in Addison County sports recently, plus the schedule of upcoming games and events.

Eagle field hockey tops Tigers

Defending champion Mount Abe continued to up their game as a young MUHS team starts to gel in the third week of the season.

Local high school football teams earn triumphs

ADDISON COUNTY — All three area high school football teams picked up wins this past weekend, Middlebury and Otter Valley at home and the Mount Abraham-Vergennes cooperative program on the road. TIGERS The 1-2 Tigers broke through for their first victory b … (read more)

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