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.
In first-round boys’ basketball playoff action on Tuesday, No. 4 Vergennes advanced at the expense of visiting No. 13 Thetford in Division III.
The Otter Valley and Vergennes cheer teams took to the floor on Saturday for the annual Vermont competition, which the Commodores hosted in a packed Vergennes Union High School gymnasium.
Host Otter Valley hung with the Vergennes Union High School boys’ basketball team for two-and-a-half periods on Tuesday, but the Commodores went on a decisive 15-0 second-half surge on the way to a 56-36 victory.
After a first half on Tuesday that featured a combined 23 turnovers and ended with the host Otter Valley girls’ basketball team clinging to a 9-7 lead over Mount Abraham, the question was whether either team was going to play up to its capabilities in the … (read more)
Several members of the Otter Valley wrestling team fared well in a Saturday tournament hosted by Northern Adirondack High School, including junior Caleb Whitney, who won the 138-pound weight class.
The COVD-shortened winter of the 2020-21 high school sports season is behind us, and the teams at Otter Valley are happy about that.
In a hard-fought season opening game in which the teams traded game-changing runs, the host Middlebury Union girls’ basketball team put together the decisive surge to outlast Otter Valley, 35-28.
Host No. 2 seed Fairfax on Saturday held off a rally by the No. 3 Otter Valley football team in a Division III semifinal and prevailed, 28-14.
The title dreams of the No. 4 seeded Otter Valley field hockey team came to an end on Friday afternoon, when visiting No. 5 Spaulding edged the Otters, 2-1, in a Division II quarterfinal.
The third-seeded Otter Valley Union High School football team outlasted visiting No. 6 Mill River, 12-6, on Saturday in a Division III quarterfinal and will play at No. 2 Fairfax in a semifinal this coming Saturday.
The OV boys’ golf team dominated the field at the Manchester Country Club on Thursday to win the Division II championship by a 22-stroke margin.
The Middlebury and Otter Valley union high school football teams picked up vital wins this past weekend, while Mount Abraham-Vergennes lost in overtime on the road.
The Mount Abraham-Vergennes cooperative football team converted seven Otter Valley turnovers into 30 points on Saturday as the Division II Eagles won for the first time this season, 44-20, at the visiting Otters’ expense.