Beginning this week, Rutland-area students will benefit from a program that provides them with money for things they need: new computers, musical instruments, sports gear, field trips or playground equipment.
Rutland residents love their in-town sports rivalries...
Kick off Aug. 4 at 2:30 p.m.
The real meaning of Shrine Football has always been found in the smile of a child, a patient in one of the Shrine hospitals.
State's best high-school players in the diamond
Rosters for the 2012 Vermont Baseball Coaches Association North-South Senior All-Star game have been announced today by the coaching staffs of each squad. The annual doubleheader will be held this Saturday, June 30, at Saint Peter's Field in Rutland.
Vermont-New Hampshire project will benefit Shriners hospitals for children
For the fourth year, alumni of the Shriners Maple Sugar Bowl are taking the lead in helping to raise money for Shriners Hospitals for Children, and are being joined by many others who believe in the Shrine cause.
Vergennes, MSJ in championship games
The 2012 Vermont High School Baseball Championships are underway at the University of Vermont's historic Centennial Field. The Division 1 title game between CVU and the winner of the BFA-St. Albans and Rice semifinal game twill be played June 7. The game was suspended in the fourth inning June 5 due to rain.
Mount Saint Joseph Academy’s 21st Century Technology Initiative and its Abatiell Field will benefit from generous grants from Berlin City Auto Group and the State of Vermont Dairy Association, MSJ Principal Paolo Zancanaro announced.
Despite excellent performances by cheerleaders from Addison, Rutland and Windsor counties, the Essex High School Hornets won the state title. Essex beat out Rutland, 181-177, to nab the title.
Back at school, Mount St. Joseph Academy's cheerleaders proudly displayed their third place trophy which they earned at the Vermont Cheerleading Coaches Association Annual Cheerleading Competition last week.
The stage is set for the 59th Annual Shrine Maple Sugar Bowl with the announcement of the two Shrine Teams, and, as always, they represent the finest football talent of New Hampshire and Vermont.
Searching to reach the .500-mark on the season, the Otter Valley boys' basketball team recently took on a reeling Bellows Falls team that had lost eight games in a row, after winning their first seven. And something had to give, as the Terriers pulled away in the closing minutes for a 63-58 win in at Holland Gym in Westminster.
Jaskin Melendez, a Mount St. Joseph Academy senior student, was presented the McDonald's All-American Award last week. The award is a distinct honor among high school athletes.
The Proctor High School boys' basketball team recently improved their record to 9-4 on the season, after easily knocking off the Bellows falls Terriers, 52-33, on the road in Westminster.
The Vergennes Union High School Commodore Booster Club honored local business owner Brett Ward at a ceremony during half time of a recent Vergennes Varsity Boys basketball game.
The West Rutland High School girls' basketball team recently traveled to Chester to take on the Green Mountain Union High School with an unblemished, 5-0 record. However, they would head home with the first loss of the season, dropping a low-scoring, 34-30 loss to the Lady Chieftains at Nason Gym.