HAMPTON, Va. — Rallying in a highly-offensive battle that featured 34 hits and 23 runs, the Castleton University baseball team earned a 12-11 nonconference victory over the St. Vincent College Bearcats on Saturday at War Memorial Stadium.

BARRE — Danville’s Ian Steele had one of those state championship games that fans reminisce about when they return to Barre Auditorium in future years. He scored 24 points, grabbed 10 rebounds and authored some highlight-reel passes in helping the Indians to a 57-44 victory over Poultney, gi…

James Ingalls came through the ranks playing for Bruce Viens at Randolph. So naturally he can’t think of a better philosophy to bring to the finals than the teachings of a very successful Galloping Ghosts program.

BRANDON — Otter Valley Union High School is proud to announce the hiring of Kelly Trayah and Toni Poalino to take over the varsity softball program heading into the 2019 season. Trayah and Poalino are well versed in the sport of softball, both having backgrounds in coaching and playing thems…

BARRE — Danville was all over the offensive glass in the first half, piling up second-chance points in taking a 27-14 lead into the locker room. It was a springboard to a 61-48 victory over Proctor in Monday night’s Division IV semifinal game and it sends the Indians into Saturday’s state ch…

BARRE — Ryleigh Coloutti exploded for 19 points, Kerigan Disorda was the centerpiece of an incredible defensive effort and Courtney Brewster did her usual heavy lifting on the boards. It added up to a Division II state title for the Fair Haven girls basketball team with a 38-31 victory over …

BARRE — Maybe West Rutland’s Madison Guay is just one of those rare players who could get out of a sick bed on Christmas Eve and put the ball through the hoop from anywhere. She came off the bench cold and nailed a 3-point field goal with the score tied 33-33 with 1:20 remaining in Saturday’…

If Bobby Thomson’s 1951 home run is The Shot Heard ’Round the World, then Logan Montilla’s buzzer-beating 37-foot heave to lift Mount St. Joseph past Fair Haven, 41-38, has to at least be The Shot Heard ’Round the State. His extra long 3-pointer sends the No. 1 Mounties into the Division II …

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