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WILMINGTON-  The soccer gods can often play cruel tricks on teams. Such was the case on a rainy Thursday evening, when it looked like the Twin Valley Wildcats were going to rally from a 3-1 deficit and sneak out with a much-needed win over visiting Fair Haven.  But the deities had other plans, as...
WILMINGTON-  Mount Saint Joseph, the defending Vermont state champion in Division 4 high school soccer, visited Hayford Field Thursday, where the host Twin Valley Wildcats beat them 3-0.
“It’s always nice to knock off the defending champs,” said Twin Valley coach Buddy Hayford after the...

Twin Valley’s Aether Mola, left, and Ella Martinez mark Proctor’s Emma Palmer. RC
RUTLAND- A determined Mount Saint Joseph side was too much for the Twin Valley Wildcats on Friday October 7. The host Mounties used a strong first half to put away the 10-0 win.
MSJ had seven first-half goals, more than enough to secure the win.  Allisa Fullam got the scoring party started...
Note: Karl Lindholm is a columnist for the Addison Independent. This article is reprinted with permission of the author and the Independent. MIDDLEBURY- Paul Politano hardly played golf at all growing up in Wilmington in  southern Vermont.
“My dad never let me play,” he said in a...

Volunteers cut roots and trim branches while trail-clearing in the Stratton Town Forest. SOVTA/Instagram
STRATTON - The Southern Vermont Trails Association recently broke ground in the Stratton Town Forest, a new four-season outdoor recreation area located in the town.
The project will develop a trail pod featuring roughly 10 miles of new machine-built trail, five new backcountry ski zones,...
But drop games to Rivendell and White River Valley WILMINGTON- The Twin Valley Wildcats lost their first match of the season, thanks to the spirited play of the Rivendell Raptors. The visitors, as they did a year ago, came into Hayford Field and handed the host Wildcats a 3-1...

Twin Valley’s Bianca Place, #8, in a match earlier this season. Randy Capitani
ARLINGTON- The Twin Valley girls’ varsity made a return visit to Arlington on Friday, September 30, for a rematch with the host Eagles. The Wildcats lost 10-0 a week earlier in the consolation match of the John Werner Soccer Tournament.  While the Eagles once again soared over the Wildcats, the...
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...

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