Lady Trojans Look to Finish Strong

MARSHFIELD – After falling to a pair of divisional powers in Williamstown and Richford last week, the Twinfield-Cabot girls’ basketball team will look to improve on their 11-7 record with a strong finish to their regular season. Gracie Engelhard knocked down 4 three-pointers to help Williamstown escape Marshfield with a[Read More…]

High School Roundup

Menard and Fortmann Power Vikes to Top Spot LYNDONVILLE – Hazen Union’s Andrew Menard and Max Fortmann combined for three assists last week as the Lyndon Institute (LI) boys’ hockey team blitzed Missisquoi Valley (MVU), Woodstock, and Burlington to run their unbeaten streak to 10 games. Fortmann, a junior forward/defenseman,[Read More…]

Lady Cats Cruise into Postseason

NORTHFIELD – The biggest problem head coach Randy Lumsden will have heading into the postseason with his top seeded Hazen Union girls’ basketball team will be keeping them competitively sharp as they closed out the regular season last week with lopsided wins over Northfield and BFA-Fairfax. Freshman Kelsie Rivard poured[Read More…]

Washer Extends Family Legacy with 1,000th

SHARON – Dylan Washer joined his legendary grandfather Allen Reed in the Craftsbury Academy (CA) boys’ basketball 1,000-point scorer club last week, as the senior topped 40 plus points for the second consecutive week. Washer reached the milestone last Monday, scoring 43 of his team’s 50 points in a two-point[Read More…]

Trojans Clinch Home Playoff Game

MARSHFIELD – The Twinfield-Cabot boys’ basketball team continued to battle through injuries last week under first year head coach Kris Bador, winning two of their final three games of the regular season to earn a home playoff game in the upcoming Division IV tournament. Sophomore Sam McLane netted a team-high[Read More…]

Wildcats Flip the Script on Thetford

RANDOLPH – After taking care of Randolph earlier in the week, the Hazen Union boys’ basketball team avenged an early season overtime loss to Thetford Academy to capture the top seed in the upcoming Division III state tournament. Freshman Jameson Lamarre scored 13 points, hauled in nine rebounds, and dished[Read More…]

It’s All About the Journey – The 2024 Tour de Greensboro 

by Jim Fredericks and Hal Gray GREENSBORO – Ninety cross-country skiers took to the ski trails of the Northeast Kingdom on Saturday, Feb. 10, to participate in the non-competitive 2024 Tour de Greensboro. Participants included a strong contingent of local skiers along with others from Connecticut, Maine, New Hampshire, Massachusetts,[Read More…]

Trojans Still Eye Home Playoff Game

MARSHFIELD – The Twinfield-Cabot boys’ basketball team continued to gut through injuries last week in splitting games with Proctor and Stowe, putting their record at 7-10 on the season. Carter Crossman scored 10 of his 15 points in the final period to help Proctor stave off a comeback minded Trojan[Read More…]

Bears Keep Pace in Division Standings

WELLS RIVER – The Danville boys’ basketball team swept Blue Mountain and Northfield last week, improving to 14-4 and reclaiming the No. 2 spot in the current Division IV standings. Andrew Guinard poured in 20 points to lead Danville to a 52-40 road win over Blue Mountain last Wednesday. Guinard[Read More…]

Chargers Salvage Win to End Week

CRAFTSBURY – The Craftsbury Academy (CA) boys’ basketball team fell to Christ Covenant and BFA-Fairfax last week, before finishing with a dominant win over Sharon Academy for their third win of the season. Patrick Mulligan scored a game-high 19 points, including a pair of threes to lead Christ Covenant to[Read More…]