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CLAREMONT — There are two absolute truisms that generations of old timers have sworn by on summer weekends at Claremont Motorsports Park. And both are lined up perfectly for the first Friday of July.

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MANCHESTER — Quinn Healy has had quite a month so far. He graduated from Fall Mountain Regional High School last weekend, will be taking his EMS test next weekend but on Saturday, he matched up against the best D1, D2 and D3 players in the state and was dominant during the West’s 26-0 win. “…

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CLAREMONT— Making sure nobody had the wrong impression that their first wins a week earlier may have been flukes, rookies Nick Houle and Aiden White both scored back-to-back feature wins Friday night at Claremont.

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Bellows Falls Post 37 defeated Bennington Post 13 2-1 in Game 1 of a double-header on Sunday at Hadley Field. Both teams had opportunities to win this game. Bennington had the bases loaded with no outs in 4th, and after scoring 1 run, left them loaded. They also left the bases loaded in the …

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Senator Birch Bayh, from Indiana, was direct and to the point in his 37 words that would change the landscape of gender equality from that point forward.

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The day after the state field hockey championships were settled, some of Vermont’s top seniors reported to South Burlington High School for tryouts for the Twin State team.

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The Class of 2022 is turning its tassels this month, but there’s a group of young, talented athletes still in the process of writing their high school sports stories.

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CLAREMONT – Ben Byrne was the unofficial winner of Friday’s Weaver Brothers Construction Modified 125 at Claremont Motorsports Park. While the Dearfield, Mass. hot shoe led most of the way in the night’s main event, the race’s final outcome was still uncertain pending the outcome of post-rac…

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With high school spring sports wrapping up the season early this week, the Southern Vermont League released its All-Opponent teams on Tuesday.

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Burlington, Vt. — With only 3 athletes, the Windsor Yellow Jacket boys came oh so close to taking the top prize as they ended up in 2nd place in the races held on Monday and Tuesday in Burlington. Ben Gilbert, Travis McAllister and Johnathan Dexter were a three-man wrecking crew that finishe…

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CLAREMONT — The 66th Annual St. Joseph’s Award Ceremony honored the best female and male student athletes, as well as the female and male unsung heroes at Stevens. As the long and impressive list grew by a few on the night, with tootsie rolls, a silver cup, and the uncomfortable feeling of g…

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There will be runs, hits, errors and tears for the American Legion baseball game on June 21 at Hadley Field in Westminster.

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CLAREMONT – As he’d done four times already this season, Ricky Bly romped to victory Friday at Claremont Motorsports Park. The Sunapee ace scored his fifth 2020 feature win, blasting to victory in the Mike Richardson Sr. Memorial 35-lapper.

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Stevens will recognize the best male and female athletes as well the male and female unsung heroes at 6pm at the Claremont Senior Center. Zahna Rice, Dylan Chambers best female and male athletes, in addition to unsung heroes Jenna Bonneau and RJ Raymond, will be awarded these prestigious awa…

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SONOMA, Calif. — Daniel Suárez had tears in his eyes for so many reasons Sunday after he realized a lifelong dream by crossing the finish line first at Sonoma Raceway.

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SEATTLE — Rafael Devers stunned his teammates, his manager and his opponent. Pitches that far out of the strike zone are not supposed to end up over the fence.

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PLYMOUTH- Just as the game was ending, a bit of rain settled onto the campus of Plymouth State University, but there was a downpour of tears from the Tiger players as they fell to the Prospect Mountain Timberwolves, 6-0 in Division III semi-final action. “They were just perfect, they are und…

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Westminster, Vt. — The old adage is that good pitching beats good hitting and that proved to be the case on Tuesday as Peoples Academy’s Ben Alekson stymied Bellows Falls Terriers and took a 6-0 decision in a Division III Semifinal game.

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Red hot pitchers ended the season for the Terriers and Tigers as Bellows Falls dropped a game in Westminster 6-0 to Peoples Academy while 80 miles away at Plymouth University in New Hampshire, the Tigers had the same fate falling 7-0 to undefeated Prospect Mountain.

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CLAREMONT – Rain forced the cancellation of racing Friday, June 3, at Claremont Motorsports Park. It was the second week in a row that Friday night racing was washed away at the third-mile oval.

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