October 13th, 2014
ADDISON COUNTY — In area high school boys’ soccer play late last week, Mount Abraham broke through for a win, but Vergennes, Middlebury and Otter Valley came up short.
On Friday, the Eagles snapped their eight-game winless streak, 1-0. Charlie Meyer provided the offense with a first-half penalty kick, and goalie Nick Sczcecinski backed the Mount Abe defense with seven saves. Mount Abe improved to 3-6-2.
ADDISON COUNTY — Mount Abraham made it a season sweep of rival Vergennes to highlight girls’ soccer action in the latter half of last week. In other games, the Eagles won again, the Commodores came up short, Middlebury lost one and tied one, and Otter Valley dropped two games.
EAGLES TOP VUHS
HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS
10/8 Mt. Abe vs. Mt. Mansfield................. 2-1
10/8 Essex vs. MUHS.............................. 1-0
10/9 OV vs. Rutland................................. 2-1
10/10 MUHS vs. Mt. Abe.......................... 1-0
10/11 OV vs. Woodstock......................... 3-2
In regard to Norton Latourelle’s letter to the editor, Monday, Sept 29, we would like to encourage residents of Vermont (especially Addison County) and New York to consider his suggestion of an alternative to the contentious pipeline.
Attending the recent candidate forum at the Middlebury Town Hall Theater, I was extremely impressed by Calvin McEathron’s vision for Vermont. He seemed to be the only candidate with original proposals to offer and I’m very encouraged that he recognizes the critical importance of working to keep young people and families from continuing to leave our state.
I am a Middlebury Tiger football fan and what I saw at the game in Hinesburg against the Champlain Valley Union High School varsity team on Sept. 27 from their coach, Jim Provost, was entirely uncalled for.
If you have not voted already, when you consider how to use your two votes for our Middlebury representatives to Montpelier, I ask you to consider voting for Amy Sheldon and Betty Nuovo.
I have known Amy for all the years since she was executive director of the Middlebury Area Land Trust. It was her initiative and care for our community then that both founded our commitment to conserve our working landscape and brought the Trail Around Middlebury (TAM) into being — one of our best assets.
Why we should support Susan Smiley for Representative for Bridport, New Haven and Weybridge:
Many know Susan from her civic activities. From her family farm in New Haven she and her family were producing agricultural products and selling them locally way before Farm to Table became well known. In fact, she has been an active member of several organizations that have made locally sourced food as relevant and popular as it has become. This is forward thinking in action.