MIDDLEBURY — In regular weekly action at Ralph Myhre Golf Course the threesome of Griffin Gilman, Caleb Burkle and Bryon Emilo prevailed in the Sept. 18 Wednesday Men’s Scramble, with the foursome of Dayton Contois, Steve Cooper, Ray Rovi and Zach Howe taking second.
In Thursday Bill Davidson Men’s Golf the next day the trio of Deem Schoenfeld, Russ Leng and Mike Adams earned first place, edging the threesome of Paul Politano, Mike Davis and Marsdin Van Order. Van Order posted the day’s best net score with a 65.
In a Friday Evening Par 3 Mixer the team of Father Skip Baltz, Jim Bryant and...
MIDDLEBURY — The Middlebury College women’s soccer team settled for a 1-1 tie with visiting NESCAC foe Hamilton (3-2-1, 1-2-1) on Saturday. The Panthers will carry a 5-0-1, 2-0-1 NESCAC, record into another home game this coming Saturday at 11 a.m. vs. league opponent Connecticut.
The Panthers had the first chance, but Hamilton goalkeeper Rachel Pike smothered a cross from Panther Olivia Miller.
Hamilton’s Hyla Mosher struck at 18:48. Caroline Dawson sent a cross in from the left side. Panther keeper Ursula Alwang got of piece of the ball, but it dropped to Mosher, who knocked it in from...
LEWISTON, Maine — The Middlebury College football team dominated host Bates this past Saturday, 28-0, to improve to 2-0. The Panthers are one of three NESCAC teams, along with Amherst and Wesleyan, who remain unbeaten in the early going. Middlebury will seek to move to 3-0 at home vs. Trinity on Saturday at 1 p.m.
Middlebury took a 7-0 lead on its first possession. Quarterback Will Jernigan connected with Maxwell Rye for 20 yards and Jimmy Connell for 15 before tossing an 8-yard TD pass to Rye.
The Panthers went up 14-0 at 13:04 of the second quarter on a 15-yard pass from Jernigan to Aidan...
Here's what happened in Addison County high school and college sports this past week. See below for this week's schedule of games and events.
HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS
9/25 Windsor vs. OV.......................... 2-1
9/25 Mt. Abe vs. Essex............. 2-1 (OT)
9/25 MUHS vs. South Burlington........ 4-3
9/23 Rutland at MUHS............ Postponed
9/24 Fair Haven vs. OV...................... 4-2
9/25 Mt. Abe vs. Milton....................... 3-1
9/25 Spaulding vs. MUHS.................. 3-2
9/25 Rice vs. VUHS............................ 3-0
EAGLE SENIOR MIDFIELDER Silas Burgess launches an ambitious bicycle kick on the Spaulding goal during Mount Abe’s 5-0 home win on Saturday. This bid went on net, but was saved. Another Burgess shot found the goal, and he also set up a score in the Eagles’ 5-0 win.
Photo by Mark Bouvier
BRISTOL — The Mount Abraham Union High School soccer team set the tone early on Saturday against visiting Spaulding, lost its mojo for a stretch, and then finished strong with one goal late in the first half and three more in the second in a convincing 5-0 win.
Junior striker Branden Reynolds continued to find the net for the Eagles, scoring both goals before the break to give him nine in six games.
Reynolds also set up one of senior midfielder Eric McKean’s two goals. McKean assisted both of Reynolds’ goals, and senior midfielder Silas Burgess added a goal and an assist.
At the other end...
MIDDLEBURY’S JAKE BARROWS (18X) inherited the Mini Stock victory at Devil's Bowl Speedway on Sept. 15 following post-race inspection.
Photo by Buzz Fisher
WEST HAVEN — On the last night of the Devil’s Bowl Speedway season five drivers were crowned champions, and Middlebury driver Jake Barrows won a race.
The father-and-son team of “Fireball” Joey Roberts and “Iceman” Evan Roberts collected two feature wins, a pair of Rookie of the Year titles, and a track championship for 13-year-old Evan.
Other drivers who won races were Marty Hutchins, Mark Norris, Barrows, and Cory Gray, while championships also went to Kenny Tremont Jr., Johnny Bruno, Scott FitzGerald, and Craig Kirby.
Middlebury’s Barrows ended up with his fourth Mini Stock win of the...
ADDISON COUNTY — In local high school football action, all on this past Friday night, Middlebury won a key Division I road game, while Mount Abraham-Vergennes lost a D-II heartbreaker, and Otter Valley came up short in D-III.
The Tigers passed their first real test of the season, breaking open a close game with 24 fourth-quarter points to defeat host Hartford, 31-17. The Tigers led by 31-3 with less than four minutes remaining. Hartford dropped to 2-2.
Tyler Buxton led MUHS with 11 rushes for 207 yards and two touchdowns. Quarterback Tim Goettelmann ran four times for 61 yards and...
BRISTOL — The Mount Abraham Union High School field hockey team scored five times in the second half on Friday on the way to a 6-0 victory over visiting Middlebury.
The Eagles remained unbeaten at 5-0-2 and trail only Hartford (6-0-1) in the Division II standings. The Tigers dropped to 2-4-2.
Molly Laurent led the Mount Abe attack with four goals, and Kierra Lacey and Sydney Perlee added a goal apiece. Txuxa Konczal assisted half of the Eagle strikes.
MUHS goalie Ileigh Aube made seven saves.
SPRINGFIELD — The Otter Valley Union High School field hockey team cruised past host Springfield on Saturday, 5-1, as Alia Edmunds racked up four goals.
Riley Keith also scored as the Otters improved to 4-1, and Morgan LaPorte and Livia Bernhardt picked up assists. Hannah Presch scored for the Cosmos, who received 16 saves from goalie Anna Church. OV goalie Ellie Ross made one save.
The Division II Otters will host D-III title contender Windsor on Wednesday.
ADDISON COUNTY — In local high school soccer games, all played this past Friday, Mount Abraham and Vergennes picked up wins, Otter Valley earned a tie, and MUHS lost a close contest.
The Eagles rolled over visiting Spaulding, 5-0. Juliette Snell scored twice; Lucy Guy, Grace Harvey and Jessica Colbeth added a goal apiece; Mae Peterson contributed two assists; and goalie Justice Green made three saves as the Eagles improved to 4-1. Lilly LaCroix stopped 10 shots in the Tide goal. The Eagles will host Rice on Wednesday and visit VUHS on Saturday.
The visiting Commodores...