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WHITINGHAM- “Now we have to go out and play some of our best soccer.”  That was Twin Valley coach Buddy Hayford summing up the road ahead as the Wildcats enter the Vermont Principals’ Association tournament.
It’s playoff time, and the Wildcats are the top seed in the boys’ Division 4...
Four senior players and their families celebrated before the start of the Wildcats’ match with Springfield.  The players honored were Cody Magnant, #11, Noah Dornburgh, #20, Garrett Ryan, #22, and Garrett Cunningham, #14. RC
WILMINGTON- Earlier this season Twin Valley coach Buddy Hayford said the Springfield Cosmos boys’ soccer team was going to sneak up on some teams this fall.  The Cosmos have been playing well of late and have indeed pulled off a couple of upsets.  
On Tuesday, the Cosmos hung tough with...
WILMINGTON- It’s been a challenging year for the young Twin Valley Wildcats, as they have been competitive in a number of close matches but have yet to put that elusive “W” on the scoresheet. Friday was no different, as they lost a 2-0 decision to the visiting Sharon Academy Phoenix.
What...
DORSET- Twin Valley played Long Trail for the third time this season, and once again the Mountain Lions were able to tame the Wildcats. This time Long Trail came away with a 5-0 win on their home field Thursday, October 5.
“We felt competitive against Long Trail early in the season but we...
ORFORD, NH- Twin Valley coach Buddy Hayford said last week that the Wildcats were getting ready to “run the gauntlet.” He was referring to a series of three challenging matches in six days.   
Friday’s match at Rivendell’s field was the first test, and true to form the teams slugged it out...
WILMINGTON- The Twin Valley Wildcats have been on a tear for the last few weeks, shredding opponents by lopsided scores.   On Monday, they continued that run as they mauled the visiting Long Trail Mountain Lions 5-1 in boys’ varsity soccer action.  
As has been the case for much of the...
POULTNEY-  The Twin Valley Wildcats made one of their longest road trips of the soccer season on Thursday, as they headed to Poultney to take on the Blue Devils.  The trip turned out to be too big a hill to climb for the Wildcats as they came up short in a 4-0 loss.
“The girls fought as...

Vermont Ski & Snowboard Hall of Fame inductee Suzanne (Suzi) Rueck, snowboarder and founder of Stratton’s Green Mountain Series. Photo by Hubert Schriebel
STOWE- The Vermont Ski and Snowboard Museum will host its hall of fame induction ceremony, cocktail reception, and fundraiser at Killington Resort’s newly renovated K-1 Lodge, Saturday, October 14, from 5 to 8 pm.
Among the recipients is Suzi Rueck. She  developed a love for skiing at a...
ARLINGTON- The Twin Valley girls’ varsity came up short in the consolation game of the John Werner Soccer Tournament on Thursday, September 21, losing a 3-0 decision to Long Trail School. It was the second time the two schools have played each other this fall, and the Mountain Lions have tight...
ARLINGTON- For the second straight season, and ninth time in 15 years, Twin Valley has won the boys’ title at the John Werner Soccer Tournament. They did it in convincing fashion Friday evening, dominating the Mount Saint Joseph Mounties 6-0.
“That was one of the best performances we’ve...

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