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WILMINGTON- Earlier this season, Twin Valley boys’ coach Buddy Hayford said “the soccer gods can be cruel” following an overtime loss. On Friday, September 17, the gods smiled on the Wildcats as they pulled out a 2-1 overtime win against the Stratton Mountain School Bears.
“I’m not sure...
WILMINGTON- The young Twin Valley girls’ varsity soccer team continues to show improvement. On Saturday, the Wildcats had one of their best matches of the season but came up short, losing 3-1 to visiting Sharon Academy.
“We sadly lost but if you didn’t know the score, you would have...
WILMINGTON- The Twin Valley girls’ soccer team is a young squad with only one senior.  As such, the team has been a work in progress during the early part of the season, as players get comfortable with the varsity level. On Saturday, September 11, the Wildcats played their third game of the...
WILMINGTON- It doesn’t matter what the sport or won-loss record is, when Twin Valley and Leland & Gray high schools meet, the games are always must see affairs.  That was certainly the case this past Thursday evening, September 9, as the visiting Rebels scored an overtime goal for a hard-...
WHITINGHAM -The Hungry Lion Bike Tour is celebrating 10 years of success with the 2021 Hungry Lion Bike Tour on Saturday, September 25, at Town Hill.
Riders and walkers are welcome to join each other for an enjoyable day of cycling, hiking, or just strolling through the gorgeous foliage....

The 2021 Twin Valley girls’ varsity soccer team. Back row, from left, Brooklynn Russell, Alejandra Bevilacqua, Kaley Mola, Alanna Bevilacqua, Ella Martinez, Leann Crafts, Chloe Joyce, and coach Taryn Lawrence. Front row, Sarah Stone, Sara Dix, Izabella Boyd, Alyssa Bird, Reese Croutworst, and Mady Lynde. Missing from the photo are Cheyanne Cassell, Max Bernard, Bianca Place, and assistant coach Kara Bird. Randy Capitani
By Randy Capitani
POULTNEY- When asked to describe the Twin Valley varsity soccer team’s initial match of the season, new coach Taryn Lawrence said “It was a great first game.”
Which is kind of a surprising take, considering the young Wildcats lost to the Poultney Blue Devils 4-0. ...
BELLOWS FALLS- The Twin Valley boys’ varsity opened the soccer season on road at Bellows Falls Friday afternoon.  Despite concerns heading into the season about who and how the team would make up for a loss of scoring punch for 2020, the Wildcats had no problem finding the back of the nets. The...
POULTNEY- When asked to describe the Twin Valley varsity soccer team’s initial match of the season, new coach Taryn Lawrence said “It was a great first game.”
Which is kind of a surprising take, considering the young Wildcats lost to the Poultney Blue Devils 4-0.  But given the Wildcats...
WHITINGHAM- The Twin Valley girls’ varsity soccer team will have a very different look this season. Part of that is due to the loss of a number of players due to graduation and transfers to other schools. But the fresh faces start with first-year coach Taryn Lawrence, who takes the helm from...

The 2021 Twin Valley boys’ varsity soccer team. Back row, from left, assistant coach Jess Rizio, Cooper Adams, Liam Wendell, Matt Hammond, Aidin Joyce, Caleb Dupuis, Noah Dornburgh, Jerry Mosher, Lucky Lucchesi, and head coach Buddy Hayford. Front row, Brian Sullivan, Tucker Magnant, Luke Rizio, Cody Magnant, Garrett Cunningham, Steven Oyer, and Kaelyn Lackey. Not pictured are coach Ryan Holton, Ayden Loos, Robert Mola, Carson McHale, and Chris Eckert. Randy Capitani
WHITINGHAM- Twin Valley returns a core group of varsity soccer players from last season’s team that won a state championship.  Twin Valley and Proctor played to a 1-1 tie in that game, but the Wildcats won 4-2 on a penalty-kick shootout following the second overtime. The win was the Wildcats’...

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