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JOSH WEINREB

WHITE RIVER JUNCTION — All it took was nine innings against one of the New England Collegiate Baseball League’s two winless teams to cure all of...

WHITE RIVER JUNCTION — Well, at least Jordan DiValerio is back in town.DiValerio, a returning Upper Valley Nighthawks’ pitcher from St. Joseph’s...

MONTPELIER — One by one, Upper Valley Nighthawks pitchers fell apart on the mound against the in-state rival Vermont Mountaineers on Friday night...

HOLDERNESS, N.H. — A silent string of bats and a trio of struggling pitching performances in the circle against a hard-hitting squad defending its...

WHITE RIVER JUNCTION — Danny Wirchansky has been watching the 2019 Major League Baseball Draft with anxious terror over the past two days, waiting...

Vergennes upends Hartford girls

6/4/19

VERGENNES, Vt. — Hartford High’s girls lacrosse team will have to wait another season to reach the final stage of its rebuilding project.The...

WHITE RIVER JUNCTION — Keller Bradford leaned into the first-base dugout at the Maxfield Sports Complex, his Upper Valley Nighthawks packing up...

WINDSOR — Thetford Academy’s Madison Powers felt a presence, named Maddie Cholewa, coming up behind her on the final leg of Saturday’s 4x400 relay...

HOOKSETT, N.H. — Hanover High freshman Alex Rockmore dropped his tennis racket, let his hat fall onto the tennis court and put his head in his...

HANOVER — Sally Batton loved animals before she loved horses. Girls have a magical love for horses, she said. Her gift was an ability to share that...

HANOVER — Ready.Bel Spelman looks down at her running shoes, looks at the high school track official holding a starting gun, then forward at the...

WHITE RIVER JUNCTION — Hartford High’s boys basketball team appears to have found its new head coach, one with a track record of building programs...

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