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ST. ALBANS — Connor Wood has spent the fall and winter skating with the NAHL (North American Hockey League) Maine Nordiques, based in Lewiston, Maine.

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Amid the challenges and grief associated with COVID cancelations and delays, I resolved to channel my disappointment into a more positive space. I redoubled my efforts to tell stories that would remind us of the great times we've shared in the past and the extraordinary athletes who've compe…

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GEORGIA/RUTLAND — Tucker Gaudette, a member of the Castleton Spartans’ football team and former BFA St. Albans Bobwhite (class of 2018), is home for the holidays; like many athletes, he’s not sure what the spring will hold.

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SWANTON — Renee Bouchard graduated from MVU in 2018 as a three-sport athlete. That fall, she attended New England College (NEC), where she earned a starting role on the field hockey team. That winter, she played on the women’s ice hockey team. This fall, Bouchard returned to a much different…

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MONTPELIER — The Vermont high school sports season was officially delayed today during Governor Phil Scott’s Tuesday morning press conference.

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FAIRFAX — Jake Hubbard, head coach of the BFA Fairfax Bullets varsity boys soccer team, was named 2020 Coach of the Year for the Mountain League.

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ST. ALBANS — Due to COVID cancelations, Hilary Therrien couldn’t fulfill her goals to join elite races this fall, but that didn’t stop her from running a personal best.

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FRANKLIN COUNTY — BFA Fairfax, Enosburg, and Richford boys’ soccer players earned well deserved accolades in the All Mountain Team Selections. Messenger Sports extends congratulations to each of the athletes and to BFA Fairfax head coach Jake Hubbard, who was named Mountain Coach of the Year.

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ENOSBURG — The Enosburg varsity athletic teams are the first to be featured in the Voices of Athletes segment.

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