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CHESTER, Vt. — Playing the possession type of game that coach Cole Wilhelm preaches, the Green Mountain boys soccer team rode two early goals by Everett Mosher to a 4-0 victory over Windsor in the regular season boys soccer finale for both teams on Friday.

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CHESTER, Vt. — Maddie Wilson, the only senior on Green Mountain, scored the lone goal on senior night to give the Chieftains a 1-0 victory over Rivendell Wednesday in Southern Vermont League soccer.

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NORTH CLARENDON, Vt. — Mill River could be in for a long road trip when the Division III tournament begins next week. But it will be a much more optimistic voyage after Wednesday’s girls soccer season finale.

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CLAREMONT — A large crowd joined one of the longest soccer rivalries in New Hampshire for 48th annual Bernard Cup on Tuesday night. Stevens High School took the cup for the fourth year in a row, defeating Fall Mountain 5-0.

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SPRINGFIELD, Vt. — Mill River’s Brogan Giffin and Annika Heintz continued to add to their laurels this cross country season. They became the Southern Vermont League individual champions on Tuesday on Springfield High’s course at the SVL Small School Championships, while Windsor led the local…

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WINDSOR, Vt. — The red hot Leland & Gray girls soccer team had its hands full Monday as the Yellow Jackets controlled the first 40 minutes, but the Rebels bounced back for a 3-1 victory.

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THOMPSON, Conn. — Quebec driver Jonathan Bouvrette earned his first American-Canadian Tour win on U.S. soil Saturday at Thompson Speedway in the World Series 75.

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SPRINGFIELD, Vt. — The Woodstock field hockey team was knocking, knocking, knocking at the door, but Springfield goalie Anna Church would not let them in and the Wasps and Cosmos were scoreless at halftime.

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BRANDON, Vt. — Otter Valley coach Kip Denis did a very classy thing. He walked over to the Windsor postgame huddle and congratulated the Yellow Jackets on their 32-13 victory in Saturday night’s Division III football game.

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CLAREMONT — Keaghan McAllister accounted for both Stevens touchdowns and 200 yards on the ground to push Stevens past Laconia 14-12 on Friday night, setting the stage for the game of the year next Friday in Claremont.

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October means that the local racing season is almost over, but it also means some major year-end events. This week is completely packed with action for both dirt and asphalt fans, with NAPA Super DIRT Week in Central New York and the Sunoco World Series at Connecticut’s Thompson Speedway Mot…

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LANGDON — The Cardinals did everything they wanted Tuesday night as they handed Fall Mountain a 3-0 loss during the Charity Cup game as a large Stevens fan base made the trip.

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As we head into the final few weeks of the regular season, there are many local teams looking toward the playoff seedings with tournaments fast approaching.

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WINDSOR, Vt. — Windsor came out strong, with unassisted first-half goals by Hannah Wood and Angelina Bigwood, and a goal on a corner by Bigwood assisted by Alyssa Slocum on the way to a 4-1 field hockey victory over Burr and Burton on Friday. Katie Crabtree for BBA got on the board to make i…

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LANGDON — Izaak Westover ran for three scores Friday night as Fall Mountain steamrolled over the visitors from Concord on their way to a big 42-6 win on homecoming night.

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SPRINGFIELD, Vt. — Springfield and Bellows Falls have been meeting for more than 100 years on the gridiron and the latest installment was a 19-8 victory for Bellows Falls on Friday night before a large crowd at Brown Field.

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When Joe Sabol was the Norwich University football coach back in the 1960s, he once described his quarterback Jay Cottone “as having more confidence in his little finger than a whole football team.”

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