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Middlebury tennis facility joins foundation

The Middlebury Indoor Tennis facility has been donated to the ACAF, the Addison Community Athletics Foundatio, a supporting organization of the Vermont Community Foundation.

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Stratton crowned “King of the Clay” in Devil’s Bowl upset

Neil Stratton scored a major upset on Sunday night at Devil’s Bowl Speedway to become the winner of the inaugural “King of the Clay” race for Big Block and Small Block Modified stock cars.

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Motorsports: “King of the Clay” postponed to Sunday at Devil’s Bowl Speedway

Devil’s Bowl Speedway has rescheduled its inaugural “King of the Clay” event to Sunday, Oct. 5 due to a predicted washout on the original Saturday date. The event – which begins at 4 p.m. on Sunday – is the second round of the three-race “Battle at the Bowl” dirt track series and features a 50-lap, $5,000-to-win race for Big Block and Small Block Modifieds, plus Sportsman Modifieds, Renegades, Mini Stocks, and the Enduro Series championship finale.

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Bristol to host season's "horseshoe mania" finale

Addison County is fertile ground for the growing sport of horseshoes in Vermont.

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Keurig, Lake Monsters brew up partnership to bring 350 kids to games next summer

Keurig Green Mountain, Inc. and the Vermont Lake Monsters raised over $1,700 this summer at historic Centennial Field to support the New York-Penn League team's Share the Experience Program.

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Racers readying for battle at the Bowl Dirt Track Series

The stock car racing community is abuzz with the highly anticipated three-race “Battle at the Bowl” series and the grand opening of a new one-third-mile dirt track at Vermont’s Devil’s Bowl Speedway. The “LawPower.com Slate Valley Showdown” event on Friday, Sept. 26 at 7 p.m. will kick off a new dual-track era for the Rutland County facility.

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“You Name the Race” contest open for Battle at the Bowl dirt finale

One creative dirt track stock car racing fan will leave his mark on the action at Devil’s Bowl Speedway, as the Vermont track announces the “You Name The Race!” contest for its Battle at the Bowl series finale.

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Vermont and Oakland extend affiliation through 2016

The Vermont Lake Monsters and Oakland Athletics have extended their Player Development Contract for the next two years through 2016, the two teams announced today.

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Vergennes Lions Club to sponsor Charity Run

The Vergennes Lions Club is sponsoring a family-friendly Charity Run on Saturday, Sept. 27, to support the Vergennes Area Food Shelf and provide funds for heating fuel assistance for the needy this winter. Beginning at the Vergennes Union Elementary School on East Street, there will be a “Kid 1-Mile Run” starting at 10 am and an “Adults and Family 5-K Run” starting at 11 am.

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Sodbusters play Fall Roundup at Bristol Rec Field

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Members of the Addison County-based Sodbusters Horse Shoe Club joined other Vermont players, as well as those from New York, New Hampshire, and Massachusetts, for the league’s 2014 Fall Roundup Turnament held at the Bristol Recreation Field Sept. 14.

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Todd Stone repeats as Devil's Bowl Modified champ

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Devil’s Bowl Speedway crowned its 2014 NASCAR Whelen All-American Series champions during a busy and picturesque Sunday afternoon at the Mekkelsen RV Vermont 200 Championship Weekend. Todd Stone and Robert Gordon became two-time champions on the asphalt, while Jamie Fisher and Chuck Bradford each celebrated their first titles.

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Monkton Mud Bogs: A muddy mess was a lot of fun

The weather was nearly perfect for the Annual Monkton Volunteer Fire Department Grass Drags, Mud Bog, & Sidewinder Harescramble Sept. 14.

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Lake golf event welcomes new players

The Castleton Community Center is hosting its 10th Annual Golf Outing at the beautiful Lake St. Catherine Country Club on Friday, Sept. 12.

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Hinesburg athlete gearing up for Special Olympics

In the upcoming months, Emily Barboza will experience a series of life-changing experiences. The 16-year-old Hinesburg girl is poised to start her freshman year at Champlain Valley Union High School in her hometown.

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Flo Meiler hits the right mark

Flo Meiler is an octogenarian, but that doesn’t slow the Shelburne resident down.

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