Tiger girls’ tennis takes two wins from two of three opponents

MIDDLEBURY — The Middlebury Union High School girls’ tennis team moved over .500 by prevailing in two out three recent matches. Last week the Tigers edged Rice on Friday, 4-3, after losing to defending Division II champion Montpelier on May 11, 6-1. On Monday, the Tigers won at St. Albans, 4-3, even though they were shorthanded and the match was moved indoors in St. Albans due to the day’s thunderstorms in Middlebury. The Rice match was a continuation of a contest postponed from April when rain struck with … (read more)

Baseball wrap: Eagle nine top MUHS

ADDISON COUNTY — The high school baseball schedule between May 11 and 17 called for Mount Abraham to play two games against their close county rivals, but the Eagles only played one-and-a-half of them. EAGLE SENIOR CARTER Monks is happy to score one of th … (read more)

Two records set in Vermont Sun road races

SALISBURY — Most of the 220 runners that entered the Vermont Sun half marathon, 5K and 10K showed up to race Sunday, despite the steady rain that fell during the entire event. It was well worth the effort for most runners as the races, held at Branbury St … (read more)

Panther baseball takes NESCAC title with late rally

HARTFORD, Conn. — The Middlebury baseball team on Sunday claimed the NESCAC crown and an NCAA Division III tournament bid by scoring seven runs in the top of the ninth inning to erase an 8-5 deficit and defeat Hamilton, 12-8. Hamilton (21-17) had forced a … (read more)

In softball: Mount Abe tops rivals; Tigers & Otters also earn wins

ADDISON COUNTY — The Mount Abraham softball team picked up big wins over its county rivals Middlebury and Vergennes, one in a rain-soaked Tuesday affair, to highlight high school softball action between May 11 and 17. In other games, the Eagles rallied fo … (read more)

MUHS girls’ lax toppled

MIDDLEBURY — The Middlebury Union High School girls’ lacrosse team wrapped up a recent streak of games vs. top teams with a 2-8 record heading into a Wednesday game at Mount Mansfield. The Tigers will host Essex on Saturday morning. On this past Saturday … (read more)

Boys’ tennis wins two of three

MIDDLEBURY — The Middlebury Union High School boys’ tennis team split two matches with perennial Chittenden County powers last week and had a third victory in an earlier suspended match confirmed. MUHS is 6-1 heading into a Friday home date with North Cou … (read more)

Local boys’ lax teams earn victories

ADDISON COUNTY — In high school boys’ lacrosse play between May 11 and 18, Mount Abraham/Vergennes defeated Otter Valley, but OV bounced back to win a pair. Also, Middlebury won twice and MAV came up short after defeating the Otters. MAV VS. OV On May 11, … (read more)

Scoreboard and schedule for May 19

SCOREBOARD HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS Boys’ Lacrosse 5/11 MAV vs OV……………………….. 15-10 5/12 MUHS vs Mt. Mansfield………… 16-9 5/13 Burlington at MUHS……………… Ppd. 5/14 Stowe vs Mt. Abe………………… 13-4 5/14 OV vs Fairfax… … (read more)

MAV girls’ lax rolls to big win

The Mount Abe-Vergennes girls’ lacrosse team shook off a loss to Hartford on Thursday and came up with a big win over Lamoille the next day.

Panther lacrosse wins in first round of NCAA

A win on Sunday means the Middlebury College women’s lacrosse team will host an NCAA regional this coming weekend.

An Eagle flies to victory at Burlington Track & Field Invitational

A handful of local athletes posted top-10 performances among the 20 teams at Saturday’s Burlington Invitational.

Eagle, Tiger athletes excel at Mt. Abe

The host Mount Abraham boys enjoyed their day in the spring sun on Monday, when they came out on top of an eight-team home track and field meet with 169 points, besting second-place Richford (142) and third-place Middlebury (91).

Karl Lindholm: What’s in a name? Hampus Lindholm!

I remember walking into Farrell’s Men’s Store in Middlebury my freshman year in college. Jimmy Farrell, the proprietor, shook my hand and asked my name. I told him and he immediately said, “You’re from Rutland.”

Women’s lax falls in NESCAC final, still will host NCAA games

Third-seeded Tufts upset the top-seeded and undefeated host Middlebury College women’s lacrosse team in Sunday’s NESCAC title game, 9-8.

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