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Rebel goalie Quin Kelloway (yellow shirt) punches clear a Twin Valley shot.           RC
Rebel goalie Quin Kelloway (yellow shirt) punches clear a Twin Valley shot. Photo by Randy Capitani
WILMINGTON- The Leland & Gray Rebels invaded the Twin Valley soccer pitch Friday evening, hoping to avenge their season-opening loss to the Wildcats and knock Twin Valley out of the top spot in the Vermont division 4 boys’ varsity soccer standings.  When the dust had settled, it was the hosts...
WILMINGTON- The Rotary Club of the Deerfield Valley will hold its annual Winter Sports Sale on Saturday, November 9. All proceeds will go toward supporting local community organizations and student scholarships. The event will be held at the Old School Community Center on School Street from 9 am...
WINDSOR- The Twin Valley Wildcats are heading into the home stretch of the boys’ varsity soccer season with some momentum.  They have rebounded from a difficult loss to win a pair of games and some key injured players are back in the lineup.   On Friday afternoon Twin Valley continued the hot...
WILMINGTON- It’s the last week of the regular season for the Twin Valley Middle High School girls’ varsity soccer team, and the Wildcats were in need of a couple of wins to shore up their season and get a first round playdown game in the state D4 tournament. The Wildcats accomplished the first...
Twin Valley’s Owen Grinold, #15, Lucas Messing, and Ayden Loos surround a Stratton player.           TJ Sibilia
Twin Valley’s Owen Grinold, #15, Lucas Messing, and Ayden Loos surround a Stratton player. Photo by TJ Sibilia
STRATTON- The Twin Valley and Stratton Mountain School boys’ varsity soccer teams met for the second time this season. As always, it was a tough, physical match that saw the Bears come away with a 2-1 win over the Wildcats in front of Stratton’s homecoming crowd.
“I told the boys ‘don’t...
Stratton’s Eliza Sullivan, #7, and Twin Valley’s Kara Bird, #17, watch as Sadie Boyd pushes the ball on the attack. Sullivan has tallied five goals in Stratton’s two meetings with the Wildcats.                                                        RC/file photo
Stratton’s Eliza Sullivan, #7, and Twin Valley’s Kara Bird, #17, watch as Sadie Boyd pushes the ball on the attack. Sullivan has tallied five goals in Stratton’s two meetings with the Wildcats. RC/file photo
WEST RUTLAND- The Twin Valley girls’ varsity soccer team lost to West Rutland 4-1 Wednesday evening, in a match very similar to the teams’ first meeting last month. Twin Valley led 1-0 at halftime,  only to have the Golden Horde come back with a late goal to break a tie for the win.
“We...
Get out and enjoy the fall foliage at the Grace Cottage Poker Walk.
Get out and enjoy the fall foliage at the Grace Cottage Poker Walk.
TOWNSHEND – The Grace Cottage Rehabilitation Department is celebrating National Physical Therapy Month by hosting its 21st annual Poker Walk on Wednesday, October 16. This free, fun, two-mile walk and run is held each year, rain or shine, to encourage people to get out and exercise.
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ARLINGTON- Two of the top small-school boys’ soccer programs in Vermont battled for the John Werner Soccer Tournament title, and when the dust settled the Twin Valley Wildcats came out ahead of the host Arlington Eagles on Thursday, September 26. After the teams played to a 2-2 tie through two...
Twin Valley’s Sadie Boyd, #15, and Kara Bird work to slow down Arlington’s Alorah Hoyt during Friday’s match.      Photo by Randy Capitani
Twin Valley’s Sadie Boyd, #15, and Kara Bird work to slow down Arlington’s Alorah Hoyt during Friday’s match. Photo by Randy Capitani
ARLINGTON- The Twin Valley Wildcats and the Arlington Eagles girls’ varsity squads squared off Friday evening in the championship match of the John Werner Soccer Tournament. It was the second meeting between the teams this season, with the Wildcats winning 1-0 earlier in the season. The Eagles...
BELLOWS FALLS- The Twin Valley Wildcats made short work of the host Bellows Falls Terriers in boys’ varsity soccer Saturday morning, notching an 11-0 win on the road.  It was a solid bounce-back win for the Wildcats after they lost a 1-0 overtime heartbreaker to Green Mountain on Wednesday,...

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