May 29th, 2016
HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS
VERGENNES — The Vergennes Union High School boys’ lacrosse team earned a big win on Tuesday, staving off a dramatic rally by visiting Mount Abraham to prevail, 10-9.
The result left both teams tied for third place in Division III at 7-5, but the schedule favors the Commodores in the battle for the No. 3 seed.
NEW HAVEN — Campaigning has become second nature to Sen. Christopher Bray, D-New Haven, a veteran of two successful runs for both the House and Senate. He also broadened his political horizons in 2010 during an unsuccessful run for lieutenant governor.
MIDDLEBURY — At last! Middlebury College will graduate more than 500 seniors on Sunday in a ceremony that will be steeped in tradition, yet with an air of lightness befitting the current generation.
Thousands of out-of-town guests are expected to flood the shiretown this weekend for the 215th Middlebury College Commencement, which will take place between 10 a.m. and 12:30 p.m. on the quad behind Munroe and Voter halls.
KALAMAZOO, Mich. — Bowdoin upset the Middlebury College men’s tennis team in Wednesday’s NCAA Division III final, 5-0, in the process avenging two losses this spring to the Panthers, including a 5-1 setback in the NESCAC championship match. Both teams finished the season at 20-3. The No. 3 Panthers were making their sixth appearance in an NCAA tennis final and second straight.
ORWELL — Orwell residents on June 21 will field, for the second time, a proposal under Vermont’s Act 46 to join five Rutland County communities in the Slate Valley Unified Union School District (SVUUSD).