The Vergennes Union High School boys’ basketball team never trailed against Middlebury, beating the Tigers, 55-50 last Tuesday night.
On MUHS Senior Night, the Middlebury Tigers were unable to rally, losing to BFA- St. Albans 55-45.
Vermont State Reps. Butch Shaw, Job Tate and Steve Carr hosted the Otter Valley Union High School football team last Friday at the Vermont State House.
The Middlebury Union High School girls’ basketball team fell to North Country on Friday night, 49-40.
In a matchup of speed versus size, the Middlebury Tigers came away with the victory, 43-35.
Rutland High School dominated the Middlebury Tigers boys’ basketball team on Thursday night, winning by a score of 64-21.
The Middlebury Union High School Tigers girls’ basketball team fell in overtime to Milton High School, 44-41.
The Vergennes Union High School boys basketball team fell to Burr and Burton Academy, 57-47 on Monday night. The game was much closer than the double-digit final score, as Vergennes tried to foul their way back into the game late, but to no avail.
The Vergennes Union High School varsity boys’ basketball team fell to BFA-Fairfax 65-50, due to a game plagued by inconsistency on both offense and defense as they had too many turnovers and were not able to slow down BFA-Fairfax’s strong down-low scoring.
The Middlebury Union High School boys basketball team fell to Mt. Anthony, 82-56 on their first home game of the season.
Champlain Valley Union High School athletes are taking to the floorboards this week to honor the school’s late athletic director.
There are moments when, much like a classic Doc Edgerton stroboscope freeze-frame image, our lives are suspended in space-time’s eternal now; a moment when everything we know and love hangs in a balance of possible futures.
The Rutland Raiders beat the Middlebury Tigers 35-7 to win the Division I High School Football Championship, at the RHS home field, Nov. 7.
Special to the Eagle
The Middlebury Union High School Tigers overcame a key injury to defeat the Hartford Hurricanes (7-3) 21-0, on Friday night in the semifinal round of the football playoffs.
The College of St. Joseph men’s soccer team has earned a bid to play in the 2015 USCAA Soccer National Championships, held Nov. 4-7 in Asheville, NC. The Fighting Saints enter the tournament as the 8th seed, and will be facing off against the #9 seeded SUNY Delhi Broncos on Wednesday, Nov. 4 at 2 p.m.
- NYSPHSAA Class D Final Four: Moriah v. Bridgehampton
- Preston's golden goal gives Blue Bombers third straight C title
- AuSable Valley falls to NAC in C girls final
- End of the season
- Wrestling: Kenny Rivers v. Anthony DiNardo
- Wrestling: Dylan v. Dillon
- Wrestling: Kenny Rivers v. Marcus Ramundo
- Wrestling: Dylan Baker v. Luis Weierbach
- Championship weekend
- Girls play Friday