Eagles topple Otter Valley football

EAGLE QB ADAM Mansfield unloads one of his 20 passing attempts on Tuesday as Eagle lineman Billy Lyons blocks OV linebacker Brady Diaz, who rushed effectively in Saturday’s game at Mt. Abe. Mansfield completed 11 passes for 150 yards and three TDs in the Eagles’ win. Independent photo/Angelo Lynn

BRISTOL — The Mount Abraham-Vergennes cooperative football team converted seven Otter Valley turnovers into 30 points on Saturday as the Division II Eagles won for the first time this season, 44-20

Big weekend for Panther athletics

PANTHER AUDREY LAZAR looks to make a play as Tufts defender Jackie McCarthy moves in during the Middlebury field hockey team’s home game on Sunday. The Panthers won in overtime to remain undefeated. Photo by Florence Wu

MIDDLEBURY — The Panther field hockey and women’s and men’s soccer teams enjoyed unbeaten two-game home weekends, but the football team dropped its home contest on Saturday.

MUHS runners are second at Harwood

EAGLE NINTH-GRADER KAYLA Friend, left, works her way through the woods during Saturday’s Harwood Invitational; Ella Landis, Seina Dowgiewicz and Beth McIntosh, center picture, were the Tiger girls’ top three finishers as their team took second place; Noah Engvall, right, sprints for the finish. Engvall was the Eagles’ highest finisher as his team took sixth place. Photos by Joe McVeigh

HARWOOD — The Middlebury Union High School boys’ cross-country team fell by one point to host Harwood at Saturday’s Harwood Invitational meet; the Tiger girls’ team also finished second behind the


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