The Division II playoff hopes of the Mount Abraham-Vergennes cooperative football team were dashed on Friday night when host Milton scored two late touchdowns to edge the Eagles 14-13.
The Mount Abraham-Vergennes cooperative football team rolled over visiting Missisquoi on Saturday, 58-0. Division II MAV improved to 2-4, while the Division III T-Birds remained winless at 0-6.
The Division II Mount Abraham-Vergennes cooperative high school football team broke into the win column on Saturday by downing host D-III Fairfax, 21-14.
Visiting Otter Valley broke away from an early 7-7 tie on Saturday and went on to a 29-7 victory over the Mount Abraham-Vergennes cooperative football team.
The Mount Abraham/Vergennes boys’ middle school lacrosse team on June 11 claimed the Northern Vermont Youth Lacrosse League Division II championship, defeating top-seeded Milton in a final played in Essex.
After a scoring five unanswered goals in the fourth quarter, MAV fell just short of a Division III crown on Thursday.
The Mount Abraham/Vergennes boys’ lacrosse team will play for the Division III title at UVM on June 8.
The Vergennes/Mount Abe girls’ lacrosse team saw their run in the Division II playoffs come to an end on Tuesday when the Commodores lost to hose U-32, 11-6, in a semifinal game.
The Mount Abraham-Vergennes cooperative boys’ high school lacrosse team on Saturday concluded the program’s most successful regular season — including those of the separate Mt. Abe and VUHS squads that preceded MAV — by defeating visiting Randolph, 12-1.
The Mount Abraham-Vergennes cooperative girls’ high school lacrosse team earned the No. 3 seed in Division II with a 9-5 regular season record and will open its title quest on Friday at 4:30 p.m. with a home quarterfinal.
The Mount Abraham-Vergennes high school girls’ lacrosse team won two out of three recent games, and at 8-5 remain in position for a top-four seed in the upcoming Division II playoffs.
The Mount Abraham-Vergennes cooperative boys’ lacrosse team maintained its winning ways between May 17 and 23, earning three victories, all against Division II teams, to remain in the thick of the race for the top seed in D-III.
The Mount Abraham-Vergennes girls’ lacrosse team improved to 6-4 with a pair of recent one-sided road victories.
The Mount Abraham-Vergennes boys’ lacrosse team outlasted host Burlington on Monday, 11-8, improving to 6-2 in the process.
The Mount Abraham-Vergennes boys’ lacrosse team claimed a pair of home victories in recent action, including a win over defending champion Montpelier in a rematch of the 2022 Division III final. The Eagles improved to 5-2 with the two wins.