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WILMINGTON-  Twin Valley hosted the top team in girls’ division 4 soccer on Monday evening at Hayford Field. The Leland & Gray Rebels came in with an unblemished 8-0 record and proceeded to show why they are the big dog in Vermont small-school soccer. They used a combination of skill and...
ARLINGTON-  “We had our hands full, they had their hands full.”
That was how Twin Valley boys’ soccer coach Buddy Hayford summed up Thursday’s John Werner Soccer Tournament championship match.   The Wildcats and the host Eagles played 80 minutes of regulation and 20 minutes of overtime and...
Dover town officials, members of SOVTA, Forest Service staff, and others attended a July site visit for a proposed trailhead parking area off Handle Road.            Photo by Mike Eldred
Dover town officials, members of SOVTA, Forest Service staff, and others attended a July site visit for a proposed trailhead parking area off Handle Road. Photo by Mike Eldred
First step in opening up backcountry trails DOVER- Selectboard members gave Dover Road Commissioner Travis Briggs the go-ahead to begin construction of a trailhead parking area on Handle Road, and had a discussion with representatives from the Southern Vermont Trails Association at their...

Twin Valley goalkeeper Alanna Bevilacqua, right, gets airborne while making a save during the Wildcats’ match with White River Valley. Randy Capitani
WILMINGTON- It was the Wildcats versus the Wildcats at Hayford Field, as the Twin Valley girls’ varsity soccer team squared off with visiting White River Valley on Thursday, September 15. As has been the case for Twin Valley’s games in this early part of the season, the young Wildcat squad was...

Cody Magnant, left, is marked by Stratton’s Alex Huber. Magnant scored twice in Tuesday’s match. RC
ARLINGTON- When Stratton Mountain School and Twin Valley meet in boys’ varsity soccer, fans and players can count on two things: the play on the field will be fast and it will be physical.  Tuesday’s  match in the first round of the John Werner Memorial Tournament proved no different as the...
BRATTLEBORO - Help critters from all walks of life by raising funds and walking with the Windham County Humane Society at the 20th annual Walk for Animals on Saturday, September 24. This year’s walk will begin and end at the Brattleboro Common. Registration will open at 9 am and the walk will...
WHITINGHAM- The Twin Valley girls varsity soccer team is young but enthusiastic. That’s the word from coach Taryn Lawrence and it is evident in watching the Wildcats players on the field: enthusiasm for the game is everywhere.
Job one for Lawrence was making sure the Wildcats could field a...
WILMINGTON- The Twin Valley Wildcats got off to a hot start in Saturday’s boys’ varsity soccer match with the White River Valley Wildcats. They scored two early goals, added another before halftime, and coasted home with three more tallies in the second half for a 6-0 win.
“I was very...
WILMINGTON- The Twin Valley boys’ varsity opened their high school soccer season with a victory over Long Trail School Wednesday evening.  The Wildcats used strong defense and opportunistic scoring to shut out the visiting Mountain Lions, 3-0.
“That was a solid opening win,” said Twin...
KILLINGTON - Fox US Open of Mountain Biking expects fans to watch many of the biggest names in the sport compete at Killington Resort’s Ramshead Peak from Thursday, September 15, to Sunday, September 18, for the event’s largest prize purse ever of $80,000.
A family event and true mountain...

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