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WEST DOVER- The Rotary Club of Deerfield Valley winter sports sale is back.
As the winter season approaches, the Rotary Club of Deerfield Valley is excited to bring back the winter sports sale, scheduled for Saturday, October 28, from 8 am to 1 pm. This event will take place at the...
VERMONT- Membership applications  to the Vermont Bowhunters Association for the 2023-24 season are now available.  As an incentive, the organization will be raffling off a brand-new Prime Revex bow, generously donated by LL Cote, of Errol, NH. Anyone who signs up for a membership through October...
PROCTOR- The Twin Valley girls’ varsity is still searching for that elusive first win of the season.  Unfortunately for the Wildcats, Friday’s visit to Proctor didn’t deliver it, as they fell 5-0 to the Phantoms.
According to coach Taryn Lawrence, the  Wildcats couldn’t seem to get...
BELLOWS FALLS- The Twin Valley boys’ varsity soccer team shredded the Bellows Falls Terriers 10-1 on Thursday, September 14.  The visiting Wildcats scored nine goals in the first 17 minutes of the match and rode that momentum to the win.
Ninth grade striker Hunter Roth was on fire in the...
WILMINGTON- The Twin Valley girls’ soccer team is inching closer to that elusive first win. On Saturday they stayed close with a quality Arlington side before losing their second match in a row by the same 2-1 score.
Despite the loss, Twin Valley coach Taryn Lawrence was upbeat about the...

Riders in a previous tour gather at the finish. File photo
WHITINGHAM- The Hungry Lion Bike Tour is just around the corner on Saturday, September 30, and there is still space available.  The fall foliage tour, now in its 12th year, includes five different rides for cyclists of all abilities, from a short 5-mile loop to a 75-mile challenge.  All rides...
By Randy Capitani
TOWNSHEND- The soccer season opened with a bang Friday afternoon, with Twin Valley visiting Leland & Gray in boys’ varsity soccer.   It was a tale of two halves, as the Wildcats dominated the first half while the host Rebels took control after the break.  In the end,...
By Randy Capitani
TOWNSHEND- The Twin Valley girls’ varsity opened up the 2023 soccer season with a tall order.  They traveled to Leland & Gray on Saturday to take on the defending D4 champs.  The Rebels showed they are still the powerhouse that went undefeated in 2022, topping the...

The Twin Valley girls’ varsity, from left: coach Taryn Lawrence, Kate Oyer, Ella Martinez, Leann Crafts, Bianca Place, Scarlett Cimino, Ella Corbosiero, Taylor Sprague, and Jayden Denny. Missing are Alana Bevilacqua, Alejandra Bevilacqua, Erynn Vollinger, Taylor Smart, Peyton Davis, Kota Larey, Cameron Ammon, Aliyah Walker, and Carla Sprague. RC
WHITINGHAM-  For the Twin Valley girls’ varsity soccer team, the 2023 season will come down to the numbers.  The first number will be how many players the squad can put on the field.  The second number will be how many balls said players can put in the back of the net. The third number will be...

The 2023 Twin Valley Wildcats, back row from left: coach Buddy Hayford, Kaelyn Lackey, Brayden Brown, Steven Oyer, Noah Dornburgh, Brian Sullivan, Garrett Ryan, Chris Eckert, Zach Mercier, Hunter Roth, and Max Nido. Front row: Pacie Reynolds, Nico Gerding, Halen Ranslow, Tucker Magnant, Cody Magnant, Garrett Cunningham, Jude Myska, Cash Garno, Atticus Cutler, and Bradley Tirrell. Photo by Victoria Capitani
WHITINGHAM- The fall high school sports season gets underway this week, and veteran Twin Valley soccer coach Buddy Hayford is looking forward to it. Hayford, the winningest active boys’ soccer coach in Vermont, thinks the Wildcats have the talent to build from their 2022 season and be in the hunt...

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