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What do Springfield High graduate Tyler Kathan and Proctor High alumnus George Davis have in common? What could a power hitting guy who wore the maroon and white of Proctor and one of the state’s most prolific scorers in basketball possibly have in common?

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CAVENDISH, Vt. – The Cavendish Town Elementary School snow sports program, which is again being organized by snow sports program volunteer Jarrod Harper for the ninth year in a row, is in urgent need of on-snow volunteers in order to make the program viable.

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CLAREMONT — They came from just down the street. They came from as far away as Pennsylvania. They came in swarms Saturday to Claremont Motorsports Park, as more than 180 entrants jammed the pits to compete in the third-mile speedplant’s first annual Turkey Day Classic.

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CLAREMONT — With a shiny gym floor in the background, it was announced that Steve Condon will take the reins from his wife this basketball season for the Stevens Cardinals women’s basketball team.

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KILLINGTON, Vt. — Magic Johnson had Larry Bird. Arnold Palmer had Jack Nicklaus. Mikaela Shiffrin has Petra Vlhova.

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The following are Vermont athletes selected to 2021 All-State Division III team by coaches throughout the state at a recent Vermont Interscholastic Football League meeting:

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This year we were very fortunate to have so many unforgettable performances from some incredible athletes and teams. The list of players for this honor was extremely long and we have chosen the following student athletes as our Eagle Times Players of the Year.

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CLAREMONT — What a year it has been. We have gone from a time with no fans allowed at some events to stadiums packed with people cheering on their teams for state championships.

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CASTLETON, Vt. — In a game where offense was aplenty, defensive plays were crucial in the annual North-South All-Star football game, making its return on Saturday, following a year hiatus due to COVID-19.

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There will be three Yellow Jackets and four Terriers representing team Vermont when they battle New Hampshire for supremacy in field hockey in the Twin State classic.

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Bellows Falls Union High School football head coach Bob Lockerby accepts the 2021 James F. Howard Sportsmanship Award from Jim Corbo, president of the Vermont Football Officials Association, during the group’s annual fall Vermont Interscholastic Football League meeting in Hartford, Vt., on W…

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Local soccer players from Green Mountain, Springfield, and Windsor have been selected to the Vermont Coaches All-State teams. The following are the list of players named to the teams:

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LACONIA — There was no doubt that Fall Mountain football has returned with a parking lot full of eager fans, cars decorated with the Wildcat colors and an anticipation of their first ever state title in the air.

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RUTLAND, Vt. — Rain pelted Rutland’s Alumni Field for much of the Division III state championship game between No. 1 Windsor and No. 2 BFA-Fairfax/Lamoille, but the Yellow Jackets provided their fans with plenty of sunshine.

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RUTLAND, Vt. — The top-seeded Bellows Falls football team challenged No. 2 Mount Anthony to stop the Terriers’ run game in Saturday’s Division II state championship game at Rutland’s Alumni Field and the Patriots just couldn’t do it.

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CLAREMONT — The Fall Mountain Wildcats’ win over Newport last weekend was perhaps the biggest win in the programs history after they knocked off the undefeated Tigers.

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BURLINGTON, Vt. — The South Burlington Wolves were right at home on Saturday with a short commute to the Vermont Division I field hockey championship and playing on a surface just like the one at their high school.

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