WORCESTER, MASS./HIGHGATE — A conversation with Michaela Martin, a 2015 MVU graduate, resounds with the necessity to focus on the positive and to stay the course to reach the goals ahead.
Randolph/Williston — Emma Sanders and Angela Lazzaro raced for different high schools. This fall, the two joined forces running for the cross country team at Vermont Technical College.
KINGS PARK, N.Y. — The Green Mountain Athletic Association boys’ team for the 15-18 Division are now the USATF (USA Track and Field) Region 1 Champions. The boys won the New England Championship last weekend in Rhode Island.
FRANKLIN COUNTY – Vermont’s hunters will get one final chance for a deer this year during the muzzleloader deer season and the second part of the archery deer season. The two seasons run at the same time — December 7-15.
FAIRFIELD — Kelly Laggis walked onto the court at Saint Michael’s College this fall, a freshman, ready to begin the next step in her basketball journey.
SWANTON — Amanda Conger’s speed and grace on the ice, coupled with her power and drive, made her a formidable opponent and an asset to the Thunderbirds’ varsity hockey team.
SMITHFIELD, RI — Sunday, November 17th, nine local runners competed in the USATF (USA Track and Field) New England Association Championships in Smithfield, RI, with the Green Mountain Athletic Association.
ST. ALBANS — Alex Haag of BFA St. Albans received the Vermont State Athletic Directors Award earlier this month, recognizing him as an outstanding student-athlete in the state of Vermont.
FRANKLIN COUNTY – On January 1, 2020 new baitfish regulations will go into effect aimed at providing anglers with additional opportunities to use and harvest baitfish.
GRAND ISLE – A Winooski man has been charged with fishing in Hatchery Brook near the Grand Isle Fish Culture Station and faces several hundred dollars in fines and restitution.
ST. ALBANS — Hailey Savage, a senior at Bellows Free Academy in St. Albans, was one of two BFA students to be awarded a VSADA Athletic Scholar Award on November 5th.
CASTELTON — The 19th annual matchup between Vermont’s top senior high school football players kicked off at David Wolk Stadium at Castleton University on Saturday afternoon.
FRANKLIN COUNTY – Data from the Vermont Department of Health shows a spike in tick activity from late October through November. At the same time Vermonters are out hunting, ticks are searching for an additional meal before winter.
ST. ALBANS — Maddie Hungerford, Meghan Connor, and May Gratton, seniors at BFA St. Albans, have played integral roles on Comet athletic teams over the last three and half years.
FAIRFIELD – A pair of local boxers who train with Hans Olson and Luke Tatro at Duke’s Fitness Center in St. Albans earned championship status on Saturday, Nov. 9 in Haverhill, Mass. The pair are part of the local Rail City Boxing Club, which operates out of Duke’s.
SWANTON – The Saint Michael’s College women’s cross country team took 15th place at the NCAA East Regional Championship on Saturday while the men claimed 22nd, as both squads concluded their seasons at Belmont Plateau in Philadelphia. Nine of the College’s 12 competitors set personal records…
ST. Albans/Manchester, Conn. — Riley Maher, a senior at BFA St. Albans, qualified for the Interscholastic XC New England Championships on November 9th, in Manchester, CT, at Wickham Park.
SWANTON — Ruthie Brueckner represented Vermont at the New England Interscholastic XC Championships on Saturday, November 9th at Wickham Park in Manchester, Conn.
RUTLAND — Saturday's DIII football state championship game pitted the top-seeded Blue Devils of Poultney (10-1) against Franklin County's own Fairfax/LU Bullets (9-2).
ST. ALBANS — On Saturday, October 26th, Riley Maher of BFA St. Albans crossed the finish line in 6th place at the Vermont Cross Country State Championships in Thetford.
SWANTON — Ruthie Brueckner will represent MVU at New Englands on Saturday, November 9th, after earning a fifth-place finish in Division II at the Vermont State Cross Country Championships this year.
FRANKLIN COUNTY – If you recreate in the outdoors and care about the quality of your recreational experience – the vast stretches of green, the opportunity to see wildlife, the health of Vermont’s forests – thank a hunter.