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WESTMINSTER, Vt — You know right away if you are in a football town just by the feel when you get to the field. Big crowd, lots of energy, school colors are everywhere, a band, a firetruck with the American flag hung high, and a fan base and team that sings their school song with pride.

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NEWPORT — It was probably clear before it, but any doubts that the wind was going to be a major factor Saturday afternoon at Maryn Field were put to rest when Newport’s Eric Wilkinson hammered the opening kickoff, only to see it flutter and nearly stop before dropping a few dozen yards from …

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The rematch between Sunapee and Epping in boys soccer lived up the expectation of a great match on the pitch at Sunapee Middle High School’s Alexander Field on Friday night.

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When you have won five of the last six state championships and are unbeaten this season as field hockey goes into its stretch run, the community embraces the team. The field hockey team at Bellows Falls is a source of community and school pride.

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CLAREMONT — Stevens was riding high with wins in five of their last six games and the Bernard Cup staring them in the face on Saturday while Oyster River entered the contest sitting atop the Division II standing with a 12-0-1 record tied with Milford.

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I’ve been looking back to when I was an elementary school classroom teacher and a cheerful young lady was sitting in my classroom performing at a high level, dotting every “i” and crossing every “t.” Little did I know that one day, when this student grew up, she would take her aim for perfec…

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Here is a photo of the past and present meeting up on the athletic field in more ways than one. Stevens Cardinals head coach Paul Silva, left, poses for a photo with Interlakes head coach Paul Lavigne. While on opposing sidelines nowadays, the two were once working together — Lavigne as the …

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CLAREMONT — The Stevens Cardinals finally suited up 11 players for Bri Frisbee’s senior night after grabbing wins with 10 players followed by nine players last week.

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WOODSTOCK, Vt. — Green Mountain’s Everett Mosher joined a very small circle of players with his 100th goal in Tuesday’s boys soccer game, a 1-1 tie with Woodstock.

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Springfield senior Taigen Dezaine breaks away from White River Valley mid-fielders during Wednesday night soccer action on Brown Field. The Cosmos and Wildcats tied 2-2 in double OT. The real game winner was the Norris Cotton Cancer Center, the beneficiary of the proceeds of the Cosmos’ 12th…

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The Cardinals took control from the start and stayed on the gas winning against Fall Mountain on Wednesday. Jenna Bonneau, Tori Dalke, Stella Lavertue, Molly Derosier, Hannah Miller, and Maddy Minkler would all notch scores for the Cardinals. “We definitely have put the work in. . . to get t…

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FAIR HAVEN — There are landmark days in the building of a successful program, games where you can look back and see the narrative changing right before your eyes. Wednesday was one of those days for the Fair Haven field hockey team.

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Newport’s Willow Booth threads a pass between two Portsmouth Christian Academy defenders during Tuesday’s 5-0 Tiger loss.

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Fall Mountain’s Mitch Cormier (even) and Stevens Reeve Wilkinson (+5) are within striking distance of Laconia’s Evan Rollins (-1) after the first day in Division III individual play while the team from Sunapee placed third on the heals of solid outings by Jackson Scheele, Nick Pollari, Sawye…

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WINDSOR, Vt. — It took the Yellow Jackets two plays to score their first touchdown after bulldozing over the Blue Devils on Saturday.

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LANGDON — Fall Mountain quarterback Luke Gay connected with Brady Elliott for a 59-yard touchdown pass down the sideline after the Hilltoppers scored first on Friday in what appeared to be a good old fashion slugfest in the making before a huge homecoming crowd.

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CLAREMONT — The Stevens football team stood just 20 strong on Friday night and were forced to play from behind after Inter Lakes-Moultonborough struck early.

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