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RICHFORD — Holly Patterson graduated from Richford Junior-Senior High School in 1995, but her contributions to the school--as a person and a player--can still be felt.

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ENOSBURG — Emilee Bose proved her mettle and exercised tremendous determination to complete her collegiate basketball career with the Castleton Spartans women’s basketball team.

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SWANTON — Many Vermonters have been spending lots of time at home during this COVID-19 crisis. For parents of athletes, that’s been a big adjustment.

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ST. ALBANS — Hannah Earl, who played for the Comets’ basketball program during her high school career, finished her third season with the Clarkson Golden Knights this winter.

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ENOSBURG — Enosburg athletics has gotten some good news as the county deals with the COVID-19 crisis.

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ST. ALBANS — Kim Conner’s daily gym routine may have changed during the days of Covid-19 and social distancing, but her goals have not.

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MONTPELIER — The Vermont Principals Association spoke today on the state of spring sports in Vermont. Currently, all high school athletics have been delayed indefinitely due to the ‘Stay Home, Stay Safe’ order issued by Governor Phil Scott.

ST. ALBANS — Alayna Chun, like many students in Vermont, has been doing her classes from home.

ST. ALBANS — Dan Ellis, a four-year starter for the BFA hockey team, has won two state titles as a Bobwhite.

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SWANTON — Kaylee Beyor's freshman year came to a dramatic close in mid-March as colleges across the nation emptied due to the Covid-19 virus.

ST. ALBANS — High school athletes are in a holding pattern as they wait to see what the spring season will hold. Most college athletes have returned home; their spring seasons cut short by college closures.

ENOSBURG — Gary Geddes, coach of the Enosburg girls varsity basketball team, was named coach of the year for Division II for the 2019-2020 season.

ENOSBURG — Hannah and Sophie Burns, sisters from Enosburg Junior-Senior High School, exited the 2020 season with high honors in DII basketball.

ENOSBURG — Megan Severance helped lead the Hornets to victory against Burr Burton in Enosburg’s quarterfinal.

ST. ALBANS — Caden Hart’s offensive performance in the DI State Championship hockey game placed him among the best in BFA St. Albans’ history.

AUBURNDALE, FL/FAIRFAX, VT — Mike Roy and the Colby Sawyer Chargers might not have been able to finish their regular season, but before the Covid-19 crisis, the team traveled to Florida for college baseball spring training.

The VPA announced this week that the Vermont spring high school sports season has not been cancelled. As of now, April 6 is the scheduled date for the spring sports season to begin.

ENOSBURG — Owen McKinstry is an athlete who brings high effort, hard work, and a great attitude to the basketball court.

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SWANTON — Taylor Coppenrath stepped down as head coach of the MVU girls basketball team this fall, and last weekend, the girls he led gave the Coppenrath family a very special gift.

BURLINGTON – BFA St. Albans brought the “Easy Button” poster to Gutterson on Wednesday night as the No. 2 Bobwhites took on the fourth-seeded Stowe Raiders in the Division I championship.

ST. ALBANS — The U14 SASA girls hockey team won the state championship in their division and will be hosting the U14 Tier 2 Division Regional Tournament at the Collins Perley Complex this weekend.

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BURLINGTON — The Bobwhites (2) made their presence known just 20 seconds into the DI state final, as Caden Hart broke in on the wing and sunk the puck into the Stowe Raiders’ net.

CHITTENDEN, VT — Five local athletes traveled to Chittenden, VT, to compete in the U16 Eastern High School Nordic Championships.

HIGHGATE — As Parents, grandparents, siblings, aunts, uncles, and friends we would like to say "thank you" to the MVU boys varsity hockey team for an incredible season. Thank you for letting us watch you grow into the talented hockey players that you are today.

In Tuesday’s paper, Breezy Parent was mistakenly assigned to the Tier 2, 2nd team. Breezy was actually named to the Tier 2, 1st team. Our apologies, Breezy!

BARRE — The Hornets (19-4) ladies took on the Fair Haven Slaters (23-0) in the DII semifinal at the Barre Auditorium on Monday evening.

ST. ALBANS — Caitlyn Dasaro and Maren McGinn were selected as members of the 2020 Dream Dozen, a team that features the top 12 underclassmen in the state. Dasaro and MGinn will be recognized Saturday, march 21st at 4:30 pm at Windsor High School after the DI and DII Senior Game.

BARRE — In the midst of the flurry of excitement surrounding the Enosburg semifinal win, the Messenger Sports staff made a few errors in reporting the game. We aplogize!

ST. ALBANS — The U12 SASA Tier 2 girls hockey team won the championship game on Feb. 29 to become the 2020 Vermont State Champions!

Congratulations to the girls' hockey players who've been named to the 2020 Vermont All Star Ice Hockey teams. It has been a pleasure to watch you play this season!

SWANTON — The Lady T-Birds soccer program will be hosting the Brickhouse Basketball Tournament on March 21st from 8 am to 6 pm and March 22nd from 8 am to 3 pm at MVU. Proceeds from the tournament will benefit the Lady T Birds soccer program.

SWANTON — Parents of basketball players in grades 5 to 11 are invited to attend an informational meeting about the Thunder AAU program. The meeting will be held on Wednesday, March 11th at 6 pm in the MVU Thunderdome (gymnasium)

BARRE — The Enosburg Hornets and their faithful fans trekked to Barre on Saturday for the DIII Vermont State boys basketball tournament.

JERICHO — After dropping a 55-40 decision to Mt. Mansfield Saturday, the BFA Comets failed to advance to the semi-finals at Patrick Gym.

ST. ALBANS — With two of the top goalies in the state between the pipes when BFA-St. Albans and Rice met during Saturday’s Division I semifinal game, goals were going to be hard to come by.

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