October 20th, 2016
MIDDLEBURY — The Middlebury College men’s soccer team earned a home win and a road tie in NESCAC play this past weekend and then won a non-league road game on Tuesday to improve to 9-1-3 and 4-1-3 in the conference. That record is good enough for third place in NESCAC play heading into the Panthers’ final two games, at home on Saturday at 11 a.m. vs. Bates and at Williams on Tuesday. The Panthers are ranked No. 15 in NCAA Division III.
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — The Middlebury College football team knocked off host Williams, 49-23, on Saturday to improve to 4-0 and remain in a first-place tie in NESCAC with Trinity. The win over the 0-4 Ephs was the Panthers’ fifth in five years over Williams, and the 49 points marked the most the program has ever scored against Williams.
The Panthers host Bates at 1 p.m. this Saturday and on Oct. 29 will visit Trinity, which defeated previously unbeaten Tufts on this past Saturday.
HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS
10/17 MUHS vs. Essex............................ 2-1
10/18 OV vs. Mt. Anthony........................ 2-1
10/19 CVU vs. Mt. Abe..................... 1-0 (OT)
10/19 S. Burlington vs. MUHS.................. 3-0
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Editor’s note: Early educators throughout Addison County are raising awareness of the importance of early brain development, and positive child experiences. Expanding our understanding will help us all become the best parents, caregivers and teachers we can be. This is the first of two articles about early brain development and how conditions in very early life, beginning in pregnancy, can affect individuals far into adulthood.
COLCHESTER — Green Mountain Power and Waterbury solar power company SunCommon this month announced a partnership that will allow GMP customers to store solar electricity for use during a power outage — by taking advantage of the power company’s existing partnership with Tesla Motors Inc.
The Addison Independent is proud to publish the Students of the Week from area High Schools each week. The students are chosen by teachers and administration from each school who would like to recognize their exceptional engagement in the high schools they attend.
MIDDLEBURY — A half-century after earning his bachelor’s degree from Middlebury College, Randy Brock returned to his alma mater on Wednesday to encourage a new generation of Republican activists. He and former Gov. James Douglas of Middlebury were among the senior state GOP officials who helped the Vermont College Republicans group celebrate an election countdown event on campus.
Brock, 73, was happy to offer counsel to the young party faithful — but he was also asking them for votes.