Gov. Scott allows practice expansion, no games yet

REGION – Gov. Scott announced at his press conference Friday, Jan. 15 that schools’ sports programs could expand their practices to allow limited contact and team scrimmages. Masks are mandatory. However, scrimmages and games between schools are still prohibited.

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Happy New Year! I mean those words in so many ways each and every year. Here’s hoping whatever wishes or resolutions you have expressed for 2021, you don’t abandon – even if you have already decided to do so. It … Continued

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Rob Weltz was recently honored into the Wall of Fame at Holy Innocents' Episcopal School for his stellar performance as athletic director for ten years.

My first memory of Rob Weltz was of the young kid who would dribble his basketball everywhere he went. You might see him anywhere around town. He would dribble the ball from his house up in the vicinity of Minards … Continued

Vail Resorts opens Okemo, Snow, Stowe in Vermont

LUDLOW, Vt. – A combination of superlative snowmaking technology and a dedicated operations staff allowed for Vail Resorts’ Vermont ski areas to open for the 2020/2021 ski and snowboard season. Stowe, Okemo, and Mount Snow opened Nov. 25 with exclusive … Continued

Some soccer statistics from around Vermont

REGION – Soccer season has ended for Vermont high schools and here’s a few soccer statistics.   Division I: Number 1 Champlain Valley Union girls were upset by number 3 South Burlington 2-1. CVU had won 61 in a row … Continued

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Abby Broadley looks at home out in front of the pack of runners from the start of the field at the Vermont State Meet of Cross Country Champions.

When any sports season begins, most teams dream of playing for a championship. They also most likely dream, if they can’t play for a championship, of at least qualifying for the playoffs and making some noise along the way. Success … Continued

The EdgarMay Thanksgiving Day 5k

Thanksgiving Day 5K. Run for the pie, the sweet potatoes and marshmellows, the green bean casserole, pearl onions in cream, heavy cream, gravy, and run for the bird!

SPRINGFIELD, Vt. – The Edgar May Health and Recreation Center will host its 8th annual Thanksgiving Day 5k Thursday, Nov. 26. This year the annual tradition will look significantly different due to Covid-19 with the event changes being implemented to … Continued

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The Division I Terriers field hockey team: (front row, from left) Ashlynn Boucher, Ashlin Maxfield, Ella Clark, Emma Hillock, Maya Waryas, Grace Wilkinson, Grace Bazin, and Sadie Scott; (back row) Coach Bethany Coursen, Mary Wallace, Eryn Ross, Anna Mcgrath, Ariana Wunderle, Kayleigh Illingworth, Ava Laross, Madi Haskell, Tela Harty, Jaia Caron, Coaches Kim Wilkinson, and Mel Laross

Last Saturday was Championship Saturday for the Bellows Falls Terriers’ field hockey and girls’ cross country teams. It’s a date both these teams circle on their calendars every year. Shortly before everyone turns the clocks back, they compete and contend … Continued

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Bellows Falls receiver Jake Moore receives a pass from John Terry during the Terriers 28-24 triumph over archrival Springfield last Friday night. Springfield's defenders were Marshall Simpson (20) and Luke Stocker (11). The Terriers swept the two tight contests last week with Bellows Falls also winning at Springfield 21-14.

Who are the area’s top fall championship contenders in the state of Vermont? Any such discussion has to begin with Bellows Falls field hockey Terriers. They have been there and done that, and they presently sit poised and ready to … Continued

Bellows Falls Junior League has successful season

BELLOWS FALLS, Vt. – Every year the Bellows Falls Junior League provides baseball opportunity for youth in the Greater Rockingham area. This year we started late due to the Covid-19 pandemic. We held a successful baseball season for area youth … Continued

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