Tryouts set for Mini Metro Basketball winter league

Mini Metro is a competitive basketball league with teams of players in grades 5-8 from area high school districts. The season runs from early November through mid-February, with one or two practices during the week and Sunday games. Practices begin after Oct. 10 as fall sports are wrapping up. Boys and girls teams are fielded… Read More »

Flo Meiler runs away with masters athletics competition in Ontario

Flo Meiler runs away with masters athletics competition in Ontario

“You’re never too old for fun, fitness, and competition” is a principle that Flo Meiler lives by. She also isn’t too old to win—Meiler recently took home a dozen accolades from the North and Central America and Caribbean Region of World Masters Athletics competition in Ontario, Canada. Over the course of an August weekend, Meiler,… Read More »

Mad dash signup is open

Mad dash signup is open

Mad Dash is on for Oct. 8 in Waitsfield. Registration is open online for the 22nd annual Mad Dash 10K, 5K race. The race is Oct. 8, starting at 10 a.m. on Meadow Road in Waitsfield. A classic Vermont foot race, the Dash benefits the Mad River Path Association and includes a 5K and 10K… Read More »

CVU sports rack up wins, one loss in opener

CVU sports rack up wins, one loss in opener

BOYS SOCCER Champlain Valley Union 6, Burr and Burton Academy 0: The first game of the Rob Cole era opened on a high note for the CVU boys soccer team as they topped visiting Burr and Burton 6-0. Nate Coffin tallied twice for the Redhawks (1-0), while Oliver Bijur and Ivan Llona each added a… Read More »

Vt. resident Canada goose season underway through Sept. 25

Vermont’s resident Canada Goose hunting season is now under way through Sept. 25 to help control Vermont’s resident Canada goose population prior to the arrival of Canada geese migrating south from Canada, according to the Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department. The season is open statewide with a daily bag limit of five Canada geese in… Read More »

Charlotte resident picked for Cathedral-Rice sports hall of fame

Charlotte resident picked for Cathedral-Rice sports hall of fame

Nick Landrigan of Charlotte, a 2001 Rice Memorial High School graduate, will be inducted into the Cathedral-Rice Athletic Hall of Fame on Oct. 7. Landrigan will join 144 other student-athletes, coaches, and supporters in the Hall of Fame for a ceremony during Homecoming Weekend. Landrigan, a point guard, played varsity basketball for four years and… Read More »

Kelly Brush Ride rolls through towns Saturday

Kelly Brush Ride rolls through towns Saturday

The 12th Annual Kelly Brush Ride rolls through the Champlain Valley Saturday as the race course winds its way through Charlotte and Shelburne with the start and finish in Middlebury. Powered by VBT Bicycling and Walking Vacations the bicycle and handcycle ride supports the Kelly Brush Foundation’s mission to empower those with paralysis through sport… Read More »

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