Champs! Panther field hockey rolls to yet another NCAA title

THE MIDDLEBURY COLLEGE field hockey team poses with its championship trophy after Sunday’s 1-0 NCAA Division III final victory over Franklin & Marshall. The Panthers won their third straight title and fourth in five years after controlling play in both of their Final Four games in Manheim, Pa. Photo Courtesy of Middlebury Athletics


World Cup returns to Killington

ABI JEWETT OF Ripton competes at the 2018 World Cup event at Killington. The 19-year-old member of the U.S. Ski Team’s Alpine C Team made her World Cup debut in Vermont last year, though she will not compete this season due to a long battle with injury. Jewett remains on the U.S. team and hopes to compete in the future. Photo by Alex Klein

KILLINGTON — From Nov. 29 to Dec. 1, some of the top ski racers in the world will head to Vermont to compete at the HomeLight Killington Cup, a stop on the FIS Ski Women’s World Cup tour.


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