MUHS football loses 3-point game to No. 1 Hartford

The Tiger football team’s dreams of a second straight trip to the Division I championship game were dashed on Friday.

Tiger football falls to CVU with nail-biting finish

MUHS played tough to the end of the Division-I final but were vanquished by the Redhawks.

Commodore boys’ soccer downs Chieftains, faces Woodstock Wednesday

VUHS boys’ soccer showed why they were seeded No. 1 in D-III when they dismissed visiting Green Mountain Union on Saturday.

Eagle field hockey stems Tide, heads to D-II championship game

BRISTOL — The top-seeded Mount Abraham field hockey team is going back to the Division II title game after defeating No. 5 Spaulding, 3-1, in a Wednesday semifinal. Coach Mary Stetson’s 14-1-1 Eagles will be seeking the program’s fourth straight title and … (read more)

Football teams enter playoffs

ADDISON COUNTY — As the high school football postseason opened on Tuesday, the season came to an end for both Middlebury and Otter Valley in Rutland Region play.  The 4-4 Mount Abraham-Vergennes cooperative team is scheduled to open the playoffs in the Bu … (read more)

Field hockey playoffs: OV and Eagles earn wins

ADDISON COUNTY — As the Division II postseason got under way top-seeded Mount Abraham won its opener and No. 7 Otter Valley worked hard to oust No. 10 Middlebury before running into No. 2 Burr & Burton in a quarterfinal matchup.  Mount Abe also hosted No. … (read more)

Panther field hockey advances in playoffs

MIDDLEBURY — The top-seeded Middlebury College field hockey team defeated visiting No. 8 Trinity on Saturday, 3-1, in a NESCAC playoff quarterfinal and will host the league’s final four this weekend. The defending NESCAC and NCAA Division III champion Pan … (read more)

Commodore boys’ soccer falls in D-III playoffs

CHESTER — Host No. 4 Green Mountain Union on Friday, Oct. 25, outlasted the Vergennes Union High School boys’ soccer team, 2-1, in a Division III quarterfinal. The loss snapped the Commodores’ four-game winning streak, during which they had outscored thei … (read more)