Mayo reflects on 30-year math career at Mt. Abe

While the majority of her career has been spent inside math classrooms at Mount Abraham Union Middle/High School, Carla Mayo has always sought to teach her students about much more than numbers. 

Exhibits promote student work & the importance of art in schools

Local student artwork is blooming around Addison County this week. Check out works by Mount Abe juniors and seniors at the downtown Bristol gallery, Art on Main, beginning May 17 with an opening reception from 3:30-5 p.m. Then check out student and profes … (read more)

Mt. Abe baseball looks to make noise in D-II

The Mount Abraham Union High School baseball team just might be ready to make a move up in the Division II standings. 

Mt. Abe students rally around their teachers

In the wake of two failed budget votes, students in the Mount Abraham Unified School District are asking district officials to protect educators from potential cuts as they draft a third spending proposal to put before voters. 

MAV boys’ lacrosse team posts victory, MUHS and OV come up short

Only Mount Abraham-Vergennes picked up a victory among local high school boys’ lacrosse  teams in recent play.

Eagle boys’ lax opens with two losses vs. D-II opponents

The Mount Abraham-Vergennes boys’ lacrosse team opened its season with high hopes for a run at the Division III title — and with two home games against tough D-II competition, in both of which the Eagles came up short. 

Spring Sports Report: Mt. Abe teams are seeking championships

The spring of 2023 overall treated Mount Abraham Union High School athletes pretty well, even considering a few glitches.

Tide ousts Mt. Abe girls’ hoop in first round

Tuesday’s first-round Division II opponent for the No. 6 Mount Abraham girls’ basketball team wasn’t just anyone — the 13-7 Eagles and No. 11 Spaulding, who came in 9-11 against a tough schedule, have a lot of recent history. 

OV boys ground Eagles in D-II match

There were good reasons to expect a competitive first-round Division II boys’ basketball playoff matchup on Tuesday between host No. 6 Otter Valley and No. 11. Mount Abraham.

Lakers get past Eagle girls’ hoop

The Mount Abraham Union High School girls’ basketball team did a lot of things right during Tuesday’s nip-and-tuck home game vs. Colchester, including taking care of the ball, outrebounding the taller Lakers, playing strong man-to-man defense, and getting … (read more)

Tiger boys’ hoop outscores Eagles in Middlebury game

Two trends continued, one of them happier than the other, when the Middlebury Union High School boys’ basketball team shut down visiting Mount Abraham in the second half of Thursday’s game on the way to a 48-30 victory. 

MacCrellish steps down from Mt. Abe coaching

After spending eight falls coaching different levels of the Mount Abraham Union High and Middle School boys’ soccer program, including the past three as the varsity boys’ soccer coach, former Eagle player Rider MacCrellish resigned from the post this past … (read more)

Eagles roll late, top visiting OV boys’ hoop

Probably even more so than usual, the two teams involved in the Friday, Dec. 29, boys’ basketball game at Mount Abraham Union High School viewed the result — a 54-39 win for the host Eagles over Otter Valley — through different lenses.

Mt. Abe boys notch their first hoop win

In high school boys’ basketball action late last week, Mount Abraham split two games, with the victory the Eagles’ first of the season; Vergennes also won one and lost one, with the setback the Commodores’ first; Otter Valley picked up a one-sided road wi … (read more)

Letter to the editor: Don’t move the 6th-graders

It was encouraging to hear board members at a recent meeting of the Mt. Abraham Unified School District express skepticism of the proposal to move 6th grade students to the Mt. Abe Middle School/High School.

119