This & That

During this holiday week, we take a moment to look back and reflect on the recently completed fall sports season by presenting you a number of photographs taken by our sports photographer Doug MacPhee. Many pictures are worth more than words.

Following every high school football season, Vermont holds a North-South football game featuring All-Star players from al over the state. This year’s game was at Castleton State University. The South team owned the day defeating the North 47-9. The series is close to even as the North now leads the overall standing 11-8. Pictured: Springfield Cosmo Noah Zierfus knocks down a pass intended for North receiver (84) David Hutchinson of St. Johnsbury. Photo by Doug MacPhee.


When it comes down to All-Star football games, rivals often play along side each other. This photo shows two South linebackers who stood out in the game. Springfield’s Brady Clark (32) is lined up beside Bellows Falls’ Hunter Smith (62). This is not the first time these two had been teammates. Clark competed for the Terriers his first three years of high school when he was attending Vermont Academy. Photo by Doug MacPhee


Exactly one week prior to the All-Star game, Brattleboro defeated Bellows Falls in the Vermont Division II State Championship football game. In that contest, Brattleboro’s Tyler Millerick led the way to victory and Bellows Falls’ Dylan Clark was on the losing end. In the North-South victory, Millerick was throwing the ball to Clark, including for the opening score of the game. Clark (80) is shown making another catch in the game. Photo by Doug MacPhee


Green Mountain’s Eben Mosher (9) making a play in Green Mountain’s 4-3 golden goal overtime victory over Mill River in the Vermont Division III Boys Soccer Title Game. Photo by Doug MacPhee
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