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Middlebury’s Nat McVeigh launches a pass while Montpelier players watch during the Tiger boys’ Ultimate game at Doc Collins Field on Saturday. The Solons prevailed, 13-5. Independent photo/Steve James
MIDDLEBURY — A young and mostly inexperienced Tiger boys’ Ultimate team that had barely trained together, let alone thrown Frisbees during the pandemic, gave the visitors from Montpelier High School a run for their money on Saturday before fading late in the game to fall, 13-5. Senior Tim Hunsdorfer and junior Jordan Martin each scored twice and another junior, Ira Carling, notched a point to account for the Tigers’ scoring. After falling behind by three goals early in the game, the home team showed grit and determination to come back and tie it before the Solons pulled away in the final...
MIDDLEBURY — Teenage girls interested in learning more about the game of Ultimate, played with tossed discs, are invited to an afternoon clinic on Sunday, Oct. 20, that will be run by Middlebury Union High School Ultimate Coach and teacher Michelle Steele. Steele said the free event, intended for female-identifying players between the ages of 13 and 18, is sponsored by USA Ultimate and the Girls’ Ultimate Movement and will be held at the Middlebury Recreation Department fields. She described it as a fun clinic with some drills, skill building, and a scrimmage, as well as a chance  to build...

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