High schoolers run in New England cross country meet

Photo courtesy of Tracey Harrington Three local harriers competed in the New England Cross Country Championships hosted by Ponaganset High School in North Scituate, R.I., this past Saturday, Nov. 12. Lincoln resident Estella Laird, a sophomore at Champlain Valley Union, finished 34th out of 245 of the best runners in six states running 19.37.6 over 5K. Two Middlebury Union High School runners also performed admirably. Tiger ninth-grader Mary Harrington (shown left at Mile 2) clocked the course in 21:01.5 an … (read more)

Cheer on MUHS football as they bus to the title game

MUHS fans are organizing a sendoff for the Tiger football team as it heads off the D-I championship game on Saturday.

Tigers top OV boys in D-II quarterfinal

The 12-2-1 Tigers, unbeaten since Sept. 14, did not allow the Otters to win their second postseason game in 23 years.

Tiger football stuns BBA, nets #3 seed

Behind in the third quarter, MUHS football rallied for a double-overtime victory and a good spot in the playoffs.

MUHS, VUHS boys settle for draw

Friday’s 0-0 tie at Vergennes Union High School between two boys’ soccer teams enjoying strong seasons left one side feeling better than the other.

MUHS, OV football teams net victories

Middlebury and the Mount Abraham-Vergennes cooperative high school football teams posted important regular season victories this past weekend, but Otter Valley came up short on the road.

Tiger and Eagle football teams aim for playoffs with weekend wins

MUHS and Mt. Abe/Vergennes all but assured post-season play with victories; Otter Valley lost but is still in the running

Mount Abe, Tiger girls battle, settle for stalemate

Despite plenty of effort on both sides on Saturday, the host Eagle girls’ soccer team and visiting Middlebury settled for a 1-1 tie that was probably fair given of the quality of each team’s play. 

MUHS bass fishing team takes title

The newest varsity sport at Middlebury Union High School earned a state championship on Saturday at the John Guilmette Access Area in South Hero, when the Tiger bass fishing team edged second-place Mount Abraham by a third of a pound in the total weight o … (read more)

Tiger boys run to first at Harwood

The Middlebury Union High School boys’ cross-country team prevailed at Saturday’s Harwood Invitational, placing all five scoring runners in the top 12 to defeat the runner-up host school, 40-57, in a 10-team contest. 

Otter Valley field hockey blanks Tigers

The host Otter Valley field hockey team struck for two first-quarter goals against visiting Middlebury on Friday and did enough the rest of way to earn a 3-0 victory. 

Late goal propels Tigers over Commodores

Soccer games often come down to one moment where everything clicks. 

Volleyball gains traction at MUHS

Girls’ volleyball has arrived to Addison County as a junior varsity program with two teams sponsored at Middlebury Union High School. 

Tiger football can’t overcome slow start vs. Essex

When Essex came to Middlebury on Friday, the Tigers found themselves behind by 7 points with only 5 seconds gone on the clock.

Tiger football celebrates 50 years under the lights

During the fall of 1972, the Middlebury Union High School football team’s fourth game was the first home game of the year. For players and fans alike this game was more than a home game, it was the first night game for the Tigers in Middlebury.

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