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Byline: By POODY WALSH

Gym dedication gives Ladue his due

2/8/20

WINDSOR — Thirty years or so ago, Windsor built a new state-of-the-art high school, leaving the old school empty with its famous stage/gym, and it...

CLAREMONT — A good time was had by all during the Stevens-Newport unified basketball game at Carr Gymnasium on Monday afternoon.The Tigers won the...

Cards pull awayin 4th

12/26/19

LANGDON, N.H. — If this game could have been decided by one shot, it was probably the three-point bomb that Stevens High girls basketball’s Molly...

WINDSOR — There are many rivalries in a lot of sports in the Upper Valley, but Thetford-Windsor girls basketball is climbing up the ladder.The...

Stevens grappling with a roster of one

12/12/19

CLAREMONT — In the early 1960s, Stevens High School not only had a wrestling team, it had a state champion in Dick Nelson, a man who can still be...

CLAREMONT — There is one big reason why the Stevens football team has won an NHIAA state championship (2016) and been to three semifinals in the...

WINDSOR — It is never surprising to see a Windsor High team have success. It has long been one of the Upper Valley’s most successful schools, with...

Windsor football tops Woodstock 32-0

10/19/19

WINDSOR — There was a strange feeling to the Woodstock at Windsor football game on Saturday. For years these two teams have met for the regular...

Yellowjackets meet expectations in win

9/28/19

WINDSOR — While Windsor’s 44-13 VPA Division III football win over Mill River on Saturday at MacLeay-Royce Field may have been a surprise to some...

Stevens soccer hungry for another shot

9/23/19

CLAREMONT — When the Stevens girls soccer team lost the Division III championship game last fall, 2-1 in overtime to Hopkinton, there was the usual...

Vt. field hockey leaders play to draw

9/14/19

WHITE RIVER JUNCTION — And both teams are still undefeated.Hartford, a serious threat to challenge for all the marbles in VPA Division II, and...

CLAREMONT — Trailing 18-13 in the fourth quarter, Newport turned two turnovers into touchdowns to stun Stevens, 26-18, in an NHIAA Division III...

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