Ken Brown

Richards Wins Vermont Open

FAIRLEE – Recent University of Rhode Island (URI) graduate Riley Richards shot a final round 66 to win the Vermont Open by one stroke last Wednesday at Lake Morey Resort. Richards second consecutive 66 gave him a three-day total of 9-under par, outlasting Patrick Pelletier of The Golf Garage who[Read More…]

Champion Lady Cats Move to Lamoille Summer League

HARDWICK – Coming off the program’s first state championship in 33 years, head coach Randy Lumsden and his Hazen Union Lady Cats will be playing summer hoops in the Lamoille Summer Basketball League starting next month. The Hazen Union girls’ varsity basketball team will unofficially start their Division II state[Read More…]

LeVangie Steps Down from Charger Program a Legend

CRAFTSBURY – As Craftsbury Academy (CA) and Hazen Union athletic departments officially merge this coming fall, head coach Mike LeVangie will step away from a legendary Charger cross-country program that he built as winners of the last four Division III boys’ state championships. LeVangie took over the Charger program in[Read More…]

Richards Reaches Rarified Air

KINGSTON, R.I. – Plainfield’s Bryson Richards capped off his sensational collegiate golf career at the University of Rhode Island (URI) last month by being given the Albert LaBoeuf Award as the school’s top senior male athlete. The smooth lefty is the son of former Craftsbury Academy great Pete Richards and[Read More…]

Local Athletes Earn Capital League Honors

NEK – Against a loaded field in the vaunted Capital League, local multi-sport athletes Andrew Menard, Meles Gouge, and Cooper Calkins broke through with Honorable Mention selections for their outstanding play on the baseball diamond this past spring. Menard was a four-year starter on the Hazen Union baseball team, helping[Read More…]

Locals Lead Mountain League Softball Honors

NEK – Several local athletes from Craftsbury Academy (CA), Hazen Union, Twinfield-Cabot, Danville, and Peoples Academy (PA) earned Mountain League honors last week for their outstanding play this past spring in high-school varsity softball. Danville sophomore Phoebe Crocker led all honors with a First Team selection as a utility player[Read More…]

Hilltopper Nation Mourns Loss of Coaching Legend

ST JOHNSBURY – St. Johnsbury Academy (SJA) coaching legend Arlan “Chip” Langmaid tragically lost his life as the result of an apparent logging accident in Danville last Tuesday. Langmaid guided the dynastic Hilltopper boys’ track and field team to their fourth consecutive Division I state title earlier this month and[Read More…]

Track and Field Roundup

S. BURLINGTON – Local middle school track and fielders got the chance to wrap up their season on the biggest stage of the season at UVM two weeks ago. The St. Johnsbury Academy (SJA) varsity boys’ team kept the dynasty going with their fourth straight Division I title, and a[Read More…]

Season Ends for Hazen Union at Richford

RICHFORD – An improbable first inning by Richford decided the fate of the Hazen Union baseball team early, as they bowed out of the first round of the Division III playoffs last week. Carter Blaney struck out five in three innings of work to earn the win and helped his[Read More…]

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