By Randy Capitani
STRATTON- In what has become an annual tradition, Stratton Mountain School hosted Twin Valley for boys’ soccer on Saturday during SMS’s homecoming weekend. Unfortunately for the Bears, the Wildcats spoiled their celebration plans by holding on for a 2-1 road win.

The girls’ golf team at Burr and Burton Academy won the Vermont Division 1 Golf Championship. They won the tournament by six strokes. From left to right are Finula Cree; Kaylie Porter; Grace McDonald; Kylie Cleanthes, of Dover; and coach Joan McDonald. The win was BBA’s first-ever girls title, and Porter was the individual winner with a round of 83. The tournament was held October 6 at the Champlain Country Club in Swanton. Photo courtesy John Cleanthes

Twin Valley’s Aaron Soskin, left, and Izaak Park were up in the air trying to get their heads on a corner kick during Saturday’s match with Long Trail School. Randy Capitani
ORFORD, NH- In what has quickly become a cross-state rivalry, the Twin Valley Wildcats and Rivendell Raptors played another close high school boys’ soccer match last week. The Raptors, who joined the Southern Vermont League “C” division a year ago, earned a little revenge for the three losses...
PROCTOR-  The Twin Valley girls’ varsity soccer team is still looking for their first win of the season.  After losing a trio of close games to open the season, the Wildcats took a road trip Monday afternoon to face the Proctor Phantoms.  By the time the final whistle blew, the Phantoms had...

The Haystack golf team with the 44th annual Cup Cutters Trophy Monday at Haystack Golf Course. This was their fourth win in a row, topping teams from Mount Snow and Stratton. Team members were Steve Nick, John Keegan,  Tom Jukis, Mike Kondracki, Tim Manter, and Rob Diaz. Not pictured are Pat Tefft and David Dyas.

Twin Valley midfielder Rita Messing, right, tries to get the ball past Mount Saint Joseph’s goalkeeper during Monday’s match. Messing scored the Wildcats’ lone goal. R. Capitani
By Randy Capitani
WILMINGTON- The Twin Valley girls’ varsity soccer team opened their shortened season on Monday evening by hosting the Mount Saint Joseph Mounties under the lights at Hayford Field.  The Wildcats looked good in the early going, but MSJ rallied in the second half to come...

Twin Valley’s Colin McHale accounted for five goals and two assists in the Wildcats’ 8-1 win over Long Trail on Saturday. File photo

DORSET- The Twin Valley Middle High School boys’ varsity soccer team finally got a chance to play its first game of the season. After a sluggish start the team found its stride, and the goal, to take an 8-1 win over host Long Trail School.
The match was a rare meeting on the pitch...
STOWE- Vermont Ski and Snowboard Museum’s Virtual Red Bench Series will present “Nordic Skiing; A Look Forward” on Thursday, October 8, at 7 pm via Zoom.
Peter Graves moderates a diverse and expert panel of Nordic skiers, complete with some of the sport’s most respected names. 
GREENFIELD – The Connecticut River Conservancy is hosting the 24th annual Source to Sea Cleanup throughout September. This year, CRC is asking cleanup participants and all who enjoy rivers to join them in demanding an end to trashed rivers. 
Consumers have been trained by businesses to...

Tiffany Speigel left, clears the ball against Bellows Falls in a game played in September 2019.
WHITINGHAM- The Twin Valley boys’ and girls’ varsity soccer teams are scheduled to start their fall seasons in the upcoming week. Games slated for this past week were canceled after the state of Vermont delayed the start of fall sports by a week. On Tuesday, September 22, health commissioner Mark...


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