The Otter Valley football team broke open Saturday’s Division III game against Mount Abraham-Vergennes with a three-touchdown second quarter on the way to a big homecoming win, 46-25. The result left both teams at 2-2.
As the Otter Valley fall 2022 sports season heats up, a strong field hockey team looks to be competitive, the school’s golf team has its eyes on getting back to the state championship to defend their 2021 title, and competitive soccer and football program … (read more)
Vergennes and Otter Valley welcomed the new boys’ soccer season with victories on Friday, Sept. 2.
Host Rice shut out the Otter Valley Union football team, 16-0, on Saturday in the Division III opener for both squads.
The Otter Valley Union High School boys’ golf team wrapped up what was arguably the greatest golfing season in the school’s history last month with the NHSGA High School Golf National Invitational Tournament at the famed Pinehurst Golf Course in Pinehurst … (read more)
Otter Valley Union High School has promoted JV boys’ soccer coach Brian Thomas to take over as its varsity coach, according to OV Athletic Director Steven Keith.
Jim Avery has been at Otter Valley Union High School for so long that his first students are old enough to be grandparents. He can honestly say that he’s dedicated his career to the Otter Valley community.
Otter Valley Union High School has named the Valedictorian and Salutatorian for the Class of 2022. Olivia Depatie of Brandon, daughter of Thomas and Donna Depatie, is this year’s Valedictorian. Kieran Williams of Pittsford, son of Suzanne and Richard Will … (read more)
The bleachers at Markowski Field were overflowing on Saturday, June 11, as members of area communities showed up to support Otter Valley Union High School’s graduating Class of 2022.
Host No. 3 Enosburg erupted on offense on Saturday and defeated the Otter Valley softball team, 21-2, in five-inning Division II softball quarterfinal.
Otter Valley won two out of three games in recent local high school baseball action, during which Vergennes and Middlebury each came up short.
The Middlebury, Mount Abraham-Vergennes and Otter Valley union high school boys’ lacrosse teams overall found the going tough in the past week, but mixed into the losses was one of the Tigers’ biggest regular-season wins in recent years, an overtime victo … (read more)
In a reversal from a Town Meeting Day vote that saw the Otter Valley Unified Union School District budget go down to defeat, 522-462, district voters on Tuesday turned out in support of the $22.7 million budget, 420-359.
The Mount Abraham-Vergennes cooperative boys’ lacrosse team spotted Otter Valley an early lead on Tuesday in Bristol and also had to hold off a late Otter rally, but the Eagles ultimately prevailed, 11-8.
Coach Matt Clark will have a challenging task on his hands as he looks to build his Otter Valley boys’ lacrosse team into a title contender this year, after finishing last season 1-11.
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