In a Tuesday battle of rebuilding high school programs, host Middlebury came out on top of Vergennes for its first varsity baseball win since 2019, 6-4.
Middlebury and Mount Abraham both took rivalry game wins from Vergennes to highlight local high school softball action between May 4 and 10, which also saw Otter Valley take two out of three and all four teams remain over .500.
The Vergennes-Mount Abraham girls’ lacrosse team picked up three more wins in the past week to improve to 7-1.
The Middlebury College baseball team defeated visiting Tufts, 13-1, on Sunday in the decisive third game of the teams’ NESCAC quarterfinal series and advanced to the league’s final four at Trinity College this weekend.
The Middlebury Union High School girls’ tennis team claimed a pair of recent matches, defeating host Harwood on Saturday, 4-3, and knocking off visiting U-32 on Monday by the same score. The Tigers improved to 4-2.
A winning streak for Mount Abraham provided the highlight for local high school baseball between May 4 and 10, when also Vergennes earned a win, but Otter Valley and Middlebury found tough sledding.
The Middlebury Union High School boys’ tennis team won twice recently, both without dropping an individual match, and the Tigers remain unbeaten at 4-0.
Marcus DeSmit of Vergennes has been selected to compete in the 2022 Special Olympics USA Games, to be held June 5-12 in Orlando, Fla.
Here’s what happened in Addison County sports recently, plus the schedule of upcoming games and events.
Devin Kimball, a 2017 Vergennes Union High School graduate and former member of the Mount Abe/Vergennes football team, recently received the 2021 Castleton University Football Special Teams Player of the Year award.
Host Tufts on Saturday ended the Middlebury College softball team’s season with a 9-3 victory in a NESCAC semifinal.
The Middlebury Union High School girls’ lacrosse team dropped a pair of Division I games in the past week and dropped their overall record to 2-6.
The Middlebury Union High School girls’ ultimate team earned its first victory of the spring on Tuesday, 10-1 over visiting Mount Mansfield.
In a game that can feel nerve-wracking, she helps her teammates remember why they play in the first place — for fun. But she is also the best player her coach has worked with.
A couple Enosburg outbursts costs the Tigers a home softball game on Saturday.