Happy New Year to all of you. May 2019 be a bright light in your life. I am looking forward to so many sporting events in the New Year, locally, regionally, and nationally. I don’t drink wine, but I have … Continued

THIS & THAT: Results of the Dari Joy Baseball Contest

It’s only fitting that I will be giving out gifts today. It’s time to announce the winners of the 8th annual Dari Joy Baseball Contest. And this year’s contest was a humdinger. When I advertise our contest each year, I … Continued



Marble Valley League soccer coaches applaud Mack Walton today for a couple of reasons. First, he gives both the MVL and Green Mountain Union High School a good name with his strong soccer play at Clarkson University. Secondly, the coaches … Continued



The Good Old Days The state of New Hampshire is pushing the basketball season. They staged official games in November this year. The Fall Mountain Wildcat girls opened their 2018-19 season last Friday night, turning back Raymond 55-29. Area enthusiasts … Continued

This & That: BF Terriers field hockey state champions


The Bellows Falls Terriers field hockey team is the Vermont Division I state champion. They defeated and shut out South Burlington 2-0 at the University of Vermont to keep their 57-game winning streak and four consecutive state title streak alive. … Continued

This & That: BF girls cross country garners state title

cross country

Bellows Falls Union High School has had so many standout cross country and track teams since time began; a championship doesn’t seem to sneak up on anyone these days. Then when the school’s girls’ cross country team captured the annual … Continued

This & That: Area teams prepare for play-offs


  What a time of year it is! Games, games, and more games. Four professional sports are in action at the same time. Last week, there was a day when for the 18th time in history, all four major pro … Continued

This & That: Two wins and a loss in area football


Recently, when I was out and about, I received a question I couldn’t answer. In some ways it should have been a simple one, but it turns out it was quite complex. At least to me. The question was: how … Continued

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