DUXBURY — The Harwood boys tennis team showed impressive resilience Wednesday but U-32’s depth was too much to handle during the Raiders’ doubleheader sweep.

Big money is on the line for American-Canadian Tour competitors in June, and it begins with a trip north that’s expected to be one of the year’s biggest events.

The point standings on the American-Canadian Tour had some new names near the top at this time last year, but — hoooo boy! — it’s even more varied this time around.

The NCAA Division III baseball New York Super Regional will be played in New England, not New York, and it will have a Vermont flavor to it.

BARRE — Spaulding’s Ashley Boisvert and Payton Lamberti made their debut as a doubles team Tuesday and helped Spaulding win its fifth match in a row with a 5-2 girls tennis victory over North Country.

The Norwich University men’s rugby team will head back to the USA Rugby Division II College 7s National Championship this week for the third straight year in search of its first national title.

Has anyone noticed what Danville has done since losing their season opener to Blue Mountain? The Indians have ripped off eight wins in a row, including a trouncing of Blue Mountain, in averaging nearly 23 runs per game.

BARRE — Spaulding slugger Evan Parent hit a home run Monday and wound up with six RBIs, fueling a 12-7 baseball victory over U-32.

BARRE — The Spaulding boys lacrosse team never trailed Monday but still struggled to pull away from Stowe, resulting in a cliffhanger ending to the Crimson Tide’s 8-7 victory.

The high school athletics calendar will wrap up in a few weeks and Vermont athletic directors are on the final mile of their marathon.

NORTHFIELD — Oh to be home again. There’s nothing better than stretching one’s legs on familiar soil after a long trip. For Sophie Leclerc, the trip took only 14 years. Late last week, Leclerc was announced as coach of the women’s hockey program at Norwich University.

BURLINGTON — Construction on the University of Vermont’s long-awaited Multi-Purpose Center project is scheduled to begin in the upcoming weeks, university officials announced Saturday at a small ceremonial groundbreaking.

STOWE — Cypress Levitt poured in seven goals Saturday, leading the U-32 girls lacrosse team to a 14-10 victory over Stowe during a battle between the Raiders.

BARRE — Spaulding’s players rose to the occasion on Senior Day, with pitcher Emily Cetin throwing a two-hitter during Saturday’s 15-2 softball victory over Vergennes.

NORTHFIELD – Norwich University Director of Athletics Tony Mariano announced on Friday that Sophie Leclerc will be returning to her alma mater as the second head coach in Norwich University women’s ice hockey program history.

BARRE — AJ Castellaneta belted a grand slam in the fourth inning Friday, lifting Spaulding to its third win in a row with an 11-1 victory over Mount Abraham.

EAST MONTPELIER — Cam Gosselin went a perfect 17-0 on face-offs Friday, keeping the Spaulding boys lacrosse team at the top of the heap and in control of its playoff destiny.

EAST MONTPELIER — The U-32 baseball team gave up three runs in Thursday’s first inning but battled back behind starting pitcher Owen Kellington to down Lake Region, 4-3.

NORTHFIELD — Mary-Kait Mace and Madison Oelker, of the Norwich University women’s soccer team, were named the team captains for the upcoming 2019 season on Thursday.

People were surprised when Scott Payea failed to qualify for the Community Bank 150 at Thunder Road two weeks ago, and rightfully so. The two-time defending American-Canadian Tour champion became the first reigning ACT king to not make the cut in 17 years.

EAST MONTPELIER — The U-32 boys tennis team did not drop a set all afternoon during Wednesday’s 7-0 victory over BFA-St. Albans.

The battle to be the 2019 “King of the Road” will begin May 26 at 1:30 p.m. with the 57th Mekkelsen RV Memorial Day Classic.

MONTPELIER — The Montpelier girls tennis team leaned on the dynamic duo of Elizabeth Cossett and Evie Caserta to close out a 4-3 victory over Middlebury on Wednesday.

RANDOLPH — Sophomore pitcher Cassie James and the Harwood softball team let out a collective sigh of relief after Tuesday’s 16-15 victory over Randolph.

RANDOLPH — After starting the season with two straight losses, the Harwood baseball team has won five games in a row.

Rivalries are here, and on the horizon. One this week has Rutland High School visiting Burr and Burton and it's an important game for both. Rutland (4-5) has been swimming against the current all year and is trying to make some headway before playoffs while BBA is 8-3 and very definitely upw…

EAST MONTPELIER — The U-32 girls tennis team wrote the latest dramatic chapter in its undefeated season Monday, securing a 5-2 victory over Montpelier.

Central Vermont track and field athletes held their ground against some of the top Division I competitors in the state during Saturday’s Burlington Invitational.

The Harwood softball team produced seven runs in two separate games Saturday but it wasn’t enough during losses against Thetford and Vergennes.

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The New England Slalom series hosted the annual Fiddlehead Slalom kayak and canoe race on Sunday in Montpelier. The course is situated on the Winooski River along Power Plant Road, parallel to Gallison Hill Road.

NORTH WOODSTOCK, N.H. — Colchester driver Scott Payea showed the heart of a two-time defending ACT Champion on Saturday night, earning his first victory of the season in the Spring Green at White Mountain Motosports Park.

RANDOLPH — Carter Pelzel and Owen Kellington earned victories on the mound Saturday, helping U-32 sweep Randolph in a baseball doubleheader.