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RUTLAND, Vt. — The Terriers season came to an end with Mount Anthony stopping a run near the goal line in the second overtime by only a few inches, giving the Patriots their first championship since 1994, handing a heartbreaking 24-17 loss to Bellows Falls. The last play of the game was so c…

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LACONIA — Saturday’s NHIAA Division IV Championship contest between the Newport Tigers and Somersworth Hilltoppers may have been much closer than their previous match-up and then expert opinions may have predicted, but the results stayed the same, with Somersworth grinding out a 14-6 victory…

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MONTPELIER, Vt. —With only one senior, a new coach and many improved teams in Division 3, there was no way Windsor was supposed to be in the semi-finals trying to defend their three in a row state titles. But they were and gave top ranked Montpelier (12-4) all they wanted before a spectacula…

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MIDDLEBURY, Vt. — Top ranked Champlain Valley held off the Terriers 2-1 and will head to the Division 1 championship game on Saturday against South Burlington.

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LACONIA- Stevens came at Gilford with everything they had in the final minutes, but couldn’t get one in the net, as the Cardinals season ended with a 1-0 loss in semi-final action.

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It’s on to their respective state semi-finals for the Bellows Falls Terriers and Newport Tigers in State Football Play-off action. Bellows Falls won a quarterfinal match-up with Spaulding of Barre 49-0 in the generally means nothing and shouldn’t exist first round of the Vermont Division II …

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Two of the state powerhouse field hockey teams ended their season on Tuesday as they both fell in the semi-finals in their divisions. Windsor fell to Montpelier 3-2 in overtime while Bellows Falls dropped their game to CVU, 2-1.

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There is a lot at stake this weekend as 3 of our local football teams will host semi-final games with high hopes of championship games only one win away.

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WINDSOR, Vt. — Windsor took the opening kickoff and marched 66 yards downfield for a touchdown setting the tone for a 38-0 win over Springfield in Vermont wildcard football action.

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WINDSOR, Vt. — The #4 seed Windsor Yellow Jackets Field Hockey team will head to face #1 Montpelier on Tuesday after dominating #5 Stowe 2-0 on Thursday in Vermont quarter-final action.

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CLAREMONT — It’s tournament time in New Hampshire as #3-seeded Stevens Cardinals advanced into the quarterfinal round in Division 3 action. “You need to play hard if you’re not playing well,” said Stevens Head Coach Tim St. Pierre after the Cardinals shut out #14 Belmont 3-0 to advance to fa…

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EXETER — In front of a large crowd on a misty late-October Tuesday evening, the #3 seed Newport Tigers Field Hockey team dropped their NHIAA Division III Semifinal contest to the # 7 seed Bishop Brady Giants in an overtime classic.

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NEWPORT — Taylor Fellows grabbed a rebound and fired a shot into the back of the cage to give Newport a thrilling 4-3 win in the final moments after Berlin had just tied the game. “This was a terrific battle, both teams came to play, and they gave their all, but we rallied when we needed it,…

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WINDSOR, Vt. — Although the Yellow Jackets took care of Woodstock on Saturday with a 43-26 win, they are still not happy. “We have taken care of business but now we need to step it up to the next level. The season starts right now,” said Jacks Head Coach Greg Balch.

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