Sports

WHTINGHAM- The Twin Valley boys’ basketball team suffered its first loss in more than a month Saturday, dropping a 49-35 game to the visiting Proctor Phantoms.  
The Wildcats hadn’t played in more than a week, and the rustiness showed in their game as they came out flat in the opening...
DOVER- On Saturday, February 23, starting at 8 am in the Discovery Center, it’s the Ski and Ride til You Drop event at the Mount Snow.
Ski and Ride til You Drop is an action-packed, one day event in support of Adaptive Sports at Mount Snow. It’s a chance to ski, ride, laugh, raise money,...
STRATTON- For over 20 years, the Wardsboro Pathfinders Snowmobile Club Rescue Ride-In Barbecue has a reputation for being one of the best barbecue fundraising events in southern Vermont.
The ride-in will be held from 11 am to 2 pm on Saturday, February 23. The event will be held at the...

Students who take part in Choose sNOw can earn a season pass. Photo by Brett Miller/Mount Snow
DOVER- Mount Snow has announced the return of its Choose sNOw program.
Now in its seventh year, the program allows local students in grades six-11 to earn a season pass to Mount Snow by attending two substance abuse prevention educational events sponsored by the Deerfield Valley Community...

Most skiers prefer powder tracks to cat tracks. This photo was taken Wednesday, February 13, at Mount Snow. Photo by Brett Miller
Sometimes catwalks, or cat tracks, smaller mountain connecting trails, feel monotonous. Other times they seem dangerous. Whether friendly and playful or narrow and intimidating many mountains possess these connecting trails. Crossing Stratton recently as I headed to meet my wife Cheryl at the mid...
WHITINGHAM- Twin Valley beat Poultney Thursday evening, February 7, in a game that was as tight and as tense as a state tournament game. The two teams were neck and neck in the D4 statewide standings, Poultney was fresh off a big win over top-ranked Proctor two days earlier, and Twin Valley came...

Twin Valley’s Celia Betit is defended closely by Woodstock forward Jane Lackley. Photo by Christian Avard/Vermont Standard
WHITINGHAM- “It was a grinder, that’s only way to describe it.”
That was the way Twin Valley girls’ varsity basketball coach Buddy Hayford talked about Monday’s 25-24 overtime win over Leland & Gray. “Points were few and far between,” he added. “They were hard to come by.”
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WHITINGHAM- The Twin Valley Middle High School snowboard team is midway through the season, and so far results have been positive. The team is small, with only four riders, but mighty, with a number of top-10 finishes in slopestyle and giant slalom events.  That has the team coaches looking...
WHITINGHAM- Twin Valley and Leland & Gray met in boys’ varsity basketball for the first time this season. When the dust settled in the rough and tumble game, the host Wildcats had rolled to a 56-35 win over the Rebels.
“It closely resembled football at times,” said Twin Valley coach...
POULTNEY- The Twin Valley girls’ varsity basketball team traveled to Poultney Thursday, January 31, in need of win.  The team was 3-8 and had dropped a number of close contests in recent weeks. No doubt the team was  looking forward to a contest with the Blue Devils, as the Wildcats had beaten...

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