Newport’s Jeff Miller receives top athletic director award in 2021.
The success of wrestlers Colby Shepard of Stevens High School in Claremont, New Hampshire, and Cole Wright of Springfield High School in Springfield, Vermont, has thrust the sport into the spotlight, inspiring younger athletes.
The Fall Mountain men’s Nordic team took second place and the women’s took ninth place in the NHIAA Division II State Championship at Great Glen Trails, Gorham, on March 8.
CLAREMONT — Claremont firefighter Lieutenant Michael Snide will play in his 10th Battle of the Badges Hockey Championship to benefit the Dartmouth Health Children’s Hospital at 1 p.m., Saturday, March 18, Southern NH University Arena, Manchester.
All of the contestants in this photo won their local lodge contests to become eligible to compete in the district contests. Their perseverance and grit led them from the district contest to the state. Their hard work paid off as they all became New Hampshire state champions and advanced to t…
BARRE, VT — After announcing a pair of family-tied hot shoes have entered the race for the 2023 Maplewood/Irving Oil Late Model Rookie of the Year at Thunder Road, an unexpected third man has thrown his hat into the ring. Cody Schoolcraft of Claremont, New Hampshire has submitted his paperwo…
This year’s Shrine Maple Sugar Bowl teams will be packed with players and coaches from the area. Bellows Falls, Stevens, Windsor, Newport, and Fall Mountain will be sending players to the 70th meeting between Vermont and New Hampshire.
BARRE, VT — If anyone thought the powerful, undefeated Winooski Spartans were going to rollover Bellows Falls March 9, they couldn’t have been more wrong. The Terriers brought their “A game” to the dual.
The Springfield Parks and Recreation fifth and sixth-grade girls’ Black team suffered a close three-point loss to rival Chester, VT, in the first game of the season’s final double elimination tournament at Flood Brook School in Londonderry, VT.
CLAREMONT — Stories, stats and standings from the Associated Press (AP) will no longer appear in the Eagle Times. This decision was made after much internal deliberation and reflects the decision of our owner Jay Lucas to refocus the Eagle Times on covering local people, places and things. L…
RICHFORD, VT — In what can only be described as an instant classic, the Bellows Falls Terriers men’s basketball team earned their first trip to the Barre Auditorium in 22 years with a thrilling come-from-behind 54-51 victory over the Richford Falcons on Monday night.
The Southern Vermont League recently announced its all-opponent teams for women’s basketball, with several players from Bellows Falls, Springfield, and Windsor on the list.
BARRE, VT — If there was ever a way to finish a basketball season, it happened on Saturday as the Windsor women’s basketball team captured its second consecutive state title in dramatic fashion at the Barre Auditorium, 44-40.
Barre, VT — The Windsor girls basketball team punched their ticket to the championship game after a thrilling victory over Peoples Academy on Thursday. The final score was 54-42.
WESTMINSTER, Vt. — The Bellows Falls Terriers got hot at the right time on Wednesday and held off Windsor’s advances. They ripped off 15 consecutive points, snagging a 55-41 win after a physical game.
BOW, NH – The Stevens girls varsity basketball team went full steam ahead in their tight matchup with their fierce competitor, Concord Christian. They came up just short of a win with a final score of 51-45 in the semi-finals of the NHIAA Division III playoffs on Friday night.
Kabray Rockwood’s young Windsor team defeated Vergennes on Saturday 46-36, and will head to Barre on Thursday for semi-final action.
At Keene State College on Saturday, the Gilford boys bested Mascoma, 69-43 to grab the New Hampshire Division 3 Men’s championship while Concord Christian downed Conant 49-35 to earn the New Hampshire Division 3 Women’s crown.