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HANOVER — Sarah Martin wasn’t necessarily looking for a high school coaching job, but it found her nonetheless.When the NHIAA girls lacrosse season...

I dread May. And not because it’s the tail end of mud season.The Valley News has produced an Athletes of the Year supplement the last five years...

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...

Staff Reports BARRE, Vt. — The Woodstock High girls lacrosse team gets two benefits from playing a Division I-heavy regular-season schedule: The...

BURLINGTON — The Woodstock girls tennis duo of Kenzie Biele and Chloe Noble partnered to win the first individual state doubles championship in...

Staff Reports WEST CANAAN — Devin Tetreault helped the Mascoma High baseball team to a much-needed win against Hillsboro-Deering, setting up a must...

HANOVER — The Hanover High girls lacrosse team faces a must-win situation on Thursday if the Marauders want to secure a home game for the NHIAA...

LYNDONVILLE, Vt. — The Oxbow High softball team finally met its match on Monday afternoon. The VPA Division III Olympians surrendered six runs in...

HANOVER — If the Hanover High girls lacrosse team eventually reaches the NHIAA Division II state tournament, they may have Allison Lichtenstein’s...

LEBANON — Lebanon High junior Caleb Smith hit a solo home run as part of a five-run sixth inning as Raiders defeated Plymouth, 11-6, on Wednesday...

LYNDONVILLE, Vt. — When the offense isn’t clicking, pitching and defense can still win baseball games.Alex Bushway tossed a complete-game three...

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