Choate Rosemary Hall Preparatory School Head Coach Mike Velez, a member of the Middlebury College Class of ’04, was named U.S Lacrosse Coach of the Year for the Western New England district.
“What do I want to be when I grow up?” “What is college really like?”
EN GARDE! — Ryan Bagley of Middlebury fences against Walter Moore of Westport during the Central Vermont Fencing Club's annual tournament at Middlebury Junior High School, March 2-3.
Obsessed families can affect young athletes
They’re called student-athletes, but many youth advocates, including psychiatrist Gary Malone, are concerned that the emphasis is on “athlete”.
The Mill River Project Graduation Committee of Mill River Union High School will present Pampered Chef Bingo, a special fundraising event, Friday, March 22, at 6:30 p.m. (doors open at 6 p.m.), in the Mill River Cafeteria.
Vermont Principals Association State Cheerleading Championships
High school-level cheerleaders from across Vermont converged at Vergennes Union High School for the annual Vermont Principals Association State Cheerleading Championships March 2.
Ever wish your mom didn't throw out your childhood baseball card collection?
The 2013 indoor season at Giorgetti Arena in Rutland begin March 10, located at the intersection of U.S. Route 7 and U.S. Route 4 in central Vermont.
The Mount St. Joseph Academy’s Men's Basketball Team are enjoying their victory laurels after it won the Granville American Legion Basketball Tournament last month.
Two of Vermont’s most outstanding high school seniors were honored with distinguished recognition as State Winners of the 2012 Wendy’s High School Heisman Award.
Raffle raised funds for student trip
Poultney High School raffle winner enjoy the life of ease while being served aboard Lazyboy brand recliners at last week’s home football game.
Congratulations to the Proctor Elementary School fifth and sixth grade girls soccer team. The dynamic team has been on a victory roll since the start of the season
The third annual Rutland Catholic Schools Tractor Raffle, to benefit Christ the King School and Mount St. Joseph Academy, started this week.
Beginning this week, Rutland-area students will benefit from a program that provides them with money for things they need: new computers, musical instruments, sports gear, field trips or playground equipment.
Rutland residents love their in-town sports rivalries...