Raiders top MUHS girls at Nordic state meet

RIPTON/JERICHO — Defending champion U-32 overcame a first-day relay-race disqualification and rallied on Monday past the Middlebury Union High School girls’ Nordic team to top the Tigers for the Division II state title, 132-153. The Raiders and Tigers outclassed the eight-team field in classic racing held on Feb. 20 at Ripton’s Rikert Nordic Center and freestyle racing at the Ethan Allen Range in Jericho on Monday. Lamoille was next with 194, followed by Harwood (203), Burr and Burton (214), Peoples (358), … (read more)

Girls’ hockey rallies to tie U-32 Raiders

MIDDLEBURY — The Middlebury Union High School girls’ hockey team on Friday rallied late to overcome a slow start and salvage a 4-4 tie against visiting U-32. The Tigers are in the regular season’s final week and will host two games that could determine th … (read more)

MUHS girls’ hockey tops Raiders

RUTLAND — On Saturday the Middlebury Union High School girls’ hockey team romped past host Rutland, 8-1. The Tigers improved to 8-5-1 and are in a four-way battle for the top spots in Division II with Harwood (9-3-1), Missisquoi (7-4-1) and Champlain Vall … (read more)

Boys’ hockey tops Raiders, 3-1

STOWE — The Middlebury Union High School boys’ hockey team picked up a key road win on Saturday, defeating host Stowe, 3-1, as the Tigers evened their record at 4-4. Owen Austin scored for the Tigers as the teams finished the first period tied at 1-1. Tuc … (read more)

Tiger football crunches Raiders to reach 7-0

RUTLAND — The Middlebury Union High School football team took a major and decisive step toward an undefeated regular season and the No. 2 seed for the Division I playoffs on Friday, when the Tigers ran over host Rutland, 42-7. The Tigers improved to 7-0 h … (read more)

Eagle girls’ soccer winning streak ends

RUTLAND — Host Division I Rutland defeated the Mount Abraham Union High School girls’ soccer team on Monday, 3-2, in a rain-swept game played on the Raiders’ artificial turf field. The setback dropped the 8-2 Eagles into third place in a crowded D-II race … (read more)

VUHS boys run well at Raider’s invitational

EAST MONTPELIER — The Vergennes Union High School boys were second out of 16 teams at Saturday’s U-32 Invitational cross-country meet, while the Middlebury girls were fourth out of eight scoring squads. Ben Huston led the Commodore boys with a fifth-place … (read more)