Couture, Cram and Preston win Vt. state wrestling titles

Three local wrestles earned state titles this weekend as Otter Valley claimed fourth as a team (OV’s Cole Mason the Coach of the Year), followed by MUHS, VUHS and Mount Abe.

Teacher brings back lessons from Morocco

Michelle Steele returned to her MUHS French classroom last month after having spent the previous four months on a Fulbright sabbatical in Morocco. While there, she interviewed 30 teachers in eight schools stretching from Casablanca to Guelmim, studying wa … (read more)

Enosburg benefits from MUHS girls’ off night

The Middlebury Union High School girls’ basketball team had only one win to show for its improved play over the past four games heading into Monday’s home tilt with Enosburg, that positive result being away from home against a decent Missisquoi team. 

Girls’ hockey blanked in two outings

The Middlebury Union High School girls’ hockey team lost a pair of games last week and unofficially dropped into fifth place in Division II, one spot out of hosting a quarterfinal playoff game.

Tigers Dance! Claim 2nd at state

The MUHS dance team at Saturday’s state championship competition in the Vergennes gymnasium once again showed it is one of Vermont’s top teams.

Nordic skiers compete at Sleepy Hollow

The Middlebury Union High School Nordic skiing team placed two boys and two girls in the top 10 in 5-kilometer classic races held under the lights at the Sleepy Hollow Nordic Center in Huntington on Feb. 8.

Top D-I teams skate past MUHS boys

The Division II Middlebury Union High School boys’ hockey team lost a pair of games to the top two teams in D-I last week, dropping the Tigers’ record to 5-10-1 heading into a Wednesday home game vs. Colchester played after deadline for this issue.

Tiger girls’ hockey skates well against the Wolves, but falls, 3-1

The Division II MUHS girls’ hockey team performed well on Friday against a top D-I team, South Burlington, but the more experienced Wolves prevailed.

High schools to hold voter registration drives

Addison County’s three public high schools have always sought to prepare students for the privileges and challenges of adulthood. And later this month, students on the cusp of their 18th birthday will be given a pathway to one of the most important rites … (read more)

Commodore boys’ hoop declaws Tigers

The host Vergennes Union High School boys’ basketball team erupted in Tuesday’s second quarter to take charge against Middlebury in what can be fairly called a surprisingly one-sided 55-31 win over the Commodores’ regional rival. 

MUHS students, staff seek to revive alpine skiing

Back in the 20th century Middlebury Union High School was a power in Vermont alpine skiing. Between 1994 and 1998 the Tiger girls’ and boys’ teams combined for three Vermont titles, three second-place finishes, and five thirds.

Girls’ hockey settles for one win

The Division II Middlebury Union High School girls’ hockey team split a pair of one-goal road games last week and stood at 9-7 heading into a Wednesday game at D-I’s first-place team, the Kingdom Blades, based in St. Johnsbury.

Tiger boys’ hockey falls to Hartford and CVU

MUHS boys’ hockey gives two top teams challenging games but ultimately falls to both in recent action on the ice.

Girls’ hockey wins one, loses one, stays over .500

After splitting a pair of one-sided games last week, the Middlebury Union High School girls’ hockey team’s record stood at 8-6 heading into a Wednesday road game vs. Division I Champlain Valley.

Boys’ hockey ties Bulldogs

The Middlebury Union High School boys’ hockey team on Monday battled Division I Burr & Burton Academy to a 3-3 tie in a back-and-forth contest. 

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