MONTPELIER — In light of state officials warnings Friday to not get outside but stay close to home, skiers and snowboarders itching to get in last-minute runs are urged to be cautious.
WORCESTER, Mass. — Following its best season in program history, the Castleton University wrestling team saw seven wrestlers land All-New England Wrestling Association recognition with a trio of freshmen landing All-Rookie accolades.
NORTHFIELD — The Norwich University men’s and women’s ice hockey teams had six players earn American Hockey Coaches Association East Region All-American top honors.
American-Canadian Tour and Pro All Star Series officials have announced that Friday, May 8, and Saturday, May 9, have been set as “if needed” make-up dates for the inaugural Northeast Classic at New Hampshire Motor Speedway.
Jeff Flis learned a lot about Vermont’s mountains while he was growing up. He’s about to learn a lot more about its flatter terrain and how he can help keep golfers out there.
Thirty years after the original voice of the Shrine Maple Sugar Bowl Radio Network Tony Adams was the grand marshal of the event’s pregame parade, the current voice of the network is this year’s grand marshal.
Reaching the 1,000-point milestone in basketball is a big deal. The game is normally stopped to commemorate the occasion. The family is called onto the floor for photos and there are balloons and flowers adding to the scene.
Girls basketball came late to the party in Vermont but once it got here it was a full fast break. The girls game has achieved wild popularity and fans were crushed when the recent state title games were at Patrick Gym and Barre Auditorium were snatched away by the cruel events of the day.
The Vermont Principals’ Association shed some light on the fate of spring sports, announcing the season will be postponed until April 6, while also awarding girls basketball championships Monday morning.
The Vermont Basketball Coaches Association recognized the accomplishments of players and coaches from every corner of the state while announcing its annul list of post-season awards.
MEDFORD — Vermont native Kyle Dezotell has been hired as the new coach for the Tufts men’s soccer program, which has won four of the last six NCAA Division III championships.
After a whirlwind 72 hours of postponements, cancellations and uncertainty, the Vermont Principals’ Association announced early Friday morning its decision to cancel the remainder of the winter sports season in regards to the spread of COVID-19.
LAKE PLACID, N.Y. — The Castleton University women’s Alpine skiing team made history with its first USCSA slalom team national championship in program history on Thursday.
A handful of Vermont-based teams were forced to abandon their national title hopes Thursday after the NCAA scrapped all college winter and spring championships.
With a rapidly developing situation in regards to the COVID-19 virus, the Vermont Principals’ Association announced that Thursday night’s Division I girls basketball semifinals at the University of Vermont’s Patrick Gymnasium and the Division III semifinals at Barre Auditorium have been post…
BURLINGTON — Harwood’s Skylar Platt delivered a highlight-reel goal in overtime to lead the Highlanders to their first boys hockey title in 15 years with Wednesday’s 3-2 victory over Milton at Gutterson Fieldhouse.