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DOA: VUHS baseball

For Addison County high school baseball fans, the news was tough to swallow—Vergennes Union High School officials announced that, due to lack of response by students, there would not be a varsity baseball team this spring. After winning the 2012 Vermont Division II Baseball Championship, it’s hard to believe the Commodores won’t field a diamond team.

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Vergennes team prepare for 2014 spring sports season

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RedHawk Baseball Team starts with third State title

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Golden Horde teams Looking forward to a strong season

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Mt. Abraham Eagles looking for another successful year

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Lady Tigers lax team seek state championship in 2014

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Rutland baseball faces Hartford, Otter Valley, and more

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MUHS Girls Hockey Team wins first Div. II Vermont State Championship

For a small town, there sure was a lot of celebrating in Middlebury during the evening hours of March 5. The festive atmosphere was the result of the town’s latest athletic victory—a coveted state hockey championship.

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Ask me about my t-shirt

Otter Valley Union High School wrestler Adam Sherwin modeled a team t-shirt as the Otter wrestling team prepared to enter the Vermont State Wrestling Tournament last week.

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MUHS and that championship season

The Middlebury Union High School’s football team nabbed the 2013 Vermont H.S. Championship. As a result, the Friends of MUHS Football wanted to do something special for the team.

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Welcome, new Eagle readers in Bristol!

New Market Press, publisher of the Eagle, welcomes hundreds of new readers in the Bristol area starting with the Feb. 1 newsprint edition.

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Golf scholarships available for local H.S. seniors

Online applications are now available for the Vermont Golf Association Scholarship Fund, a non-profit organization). The Vermont Golf Association Scholarship Fund assists deserving Vermont residents to obtain a college education or technical training of university grade. The VGA Scholarship Fund provides a minimum of 10 Vermont scholars $1,000 annually for four years of education.

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Parents, students invited to MSJ Open House in Rutland

Mt. St. Joseph Academy, a Roman Catholic high school located in Rutland, will hold an open house on Wednesday, Jan. 29 from 6-8 p.m. at 127 Convent Ave.

Rochester H.S. Rocket gear goes on sale

Rochester High School Rocket gear is available for sale.

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