Scarlett Kirk scored with just 17 seconds left to lift Middlebury College to a 1-0 win over Johns Hopkins in an NCAA Quarterfinal contest in Vermont.
Middlebury Flag Football has completed another highly successful season. This was made possible through the generous donations of time and energy of the following volunteers...
The salmon fishing in Lake Champlain is turning into world class quality thanks to the success of the the lamprey treatment program and the fish stocking program.
This year's Ballpark Digest Awards go to the best renovations of Centennial Field, home of the Vermont Lake Monsters in the New York-Penn League, and Modern Woodmen Park, home of the Quad Cities River Bandits in the Midwest League.
Middlebury College quarterback McCallum Foote (Newton, Mass.) has been awarded the “Gold Helmet”, given weekly to the top New England performer in Division II/III. The award is given by the New England Football Writers’ Gridiron Club of Greater Boston. This marks the third time he has been honored, once in each of his three seasons at Middlebury.
MLB's David Newhan, Tommy Everidge join organization
The 2014 Vermont Lake Monsters field staff will include a pair of new coaches with the additions of former Major League players David Newhan as manager and Tommy Everidge as the team's hitting coach, the New York-Penn League affiliate of the Oakland Athletics announced Nov. 12 with the release of the full coaching staffs throughout the Athletics organization by Oakland.
Okemo Mountain Resort
Men finish second
The Middlebury College women’s cross country team won its 12th NESCAC Championship on Saturday afternoon at Harness Memorial State Park in an event hosted by Connecticut College.
Officials from Vermont Adaptive Ski and Sports and the Pico Ski Education Foundation officially opened the doors to their new home, the Andrea Mead Lawrence Lodge at Pico Mountain, with a ribbon cutting ceremony Nov. 8. An open house was held Nov 9.
Vermont Div. 1 Football
It was a night for a big victory lap for the Middlebury Union High School Tiger varsity football team playing in Rutland Nov. 9.
Cooper Willsey, 16, is one of the lucky ones. He discovered his passion as a young child.
The public is invited to watch the U.S. Women's National Hockey Team take on Finland in an exhibition game at Middlebury's Kenyon Arena on Friday, Nov. 1, at noon.
Starting Saturday, Oct. 26, the National Geographic Wild channel will begin a new series called "The Monster Project", a fun pop culture series hosted by Judah Friedlander that provides the ultimate guidebook to the world's most notorious monsters from Chupacabra to the Jersey Devil, including Lake Champlain's very own, Champ.
Free Paramount Theatre broadcast at 8 p.m.
Officials of the Paramount Theatre, in a collaboration with Catamount Radio, are showing World Series baseball and Sunday NFL football, free of charge, to the downtown Rutland theater's programming season. The World Series start Oct. 23 at 8 p.m.
Castleton College will welcome students, parents, faculty, staff, alumni and community members to join as the college hosts its annual Homecoming and Family Weekend.