Many have said that when the Shrine Maple Sugar Bowl, the annual all-star football game between Vermont and New Hampshire, is over on the first Saturday of August, they regard that as the end of summer and the beginning of the fall sports season.

The Twin State Field Hockey Game that features the top recent high school graduates from Vermont against their counterparts from New Hampshire shifts back to Vermont for 2020 with the site to be determined. Vermont defeated New Hampshire 3-0 in this year’s game played at St. Anselm College.

NEW YORK — Anthony Lamb drilled a jumper between two defenders with two seconds left to lift Vermont to a 70-68 win over St. John’s in a battle of previously unbeaten teams in a campus site first-round game of the Hall of Fame Tip-Off Tournament Saturday afternoon.

CASTLETON — Saturday’s North-South All-Star Football Game was an extension of last weekend when Poultney, Brattleboro and Burr and Burton Academy gave the South all three state football championships. This time the all-stars from the southern part of the state walloped the North 47-9 behind …

The time is here. The ball goes in the air at 12:30 p.m. Saturday at Castleton University’s Dave Wolk Stadium with helmets from all 31 of the state’s varsity football programs on display. It’s the North-South Senior All-Star Game, the final game of the season on the state’s high school footb…

It was single-digit temperatures in Vermont on Wednesday morning but David Bennett wasn’t going to be feeling that in the coming days. He was sitting in an airport waiting to catch a plane to Dallas to compete in a club pros’ tournament at Trinity Forest, home of the AT&T Byron Nelson Ch…

CASTLETON — Castleton women’s basketball fans who came to Glenbrook Gym for the season opener received a pretty nice package from their Spartans. There was the 60-52 victory over Norwich, a scintillating debut from the freshman point guard, some impressive 3-point shooting under pressure fro…

Injured Levi Allen was a spectator when Poultney lost to Woodstock in the 2018 football finals. On Saturday the junior tailback was right at the heart of it all, recovering two fumbles and rushing for a touchdown in a 17-8 victory over BFA-Fairfax/Lamoille in the Division III championships a…

It’s been 46 years, packed with frustration, heartbreak and failure for Brattleboro football. But on a cold, sun-splashed Saturday on the frozen turf of Alumni Field before an adoring crowd, those years were left to history as the Brattleboro Colonels capped a perfect, 11-0 season with a res…

A dusty Devil’s Bowl Speedway in West Haven. Crowded gymnasiums around Rutland County. Flaitz Field at Rutland High School where Howard Cameron’s voice would spill over the air waves: “The Raiders will be receiving to the Seabury side of the Field,” a reference to the north end zone near Sea…

CASTLETON — It’s no secret that Castleton had a disappointing season a year ago. After finishing with an overall record of 3-22, and an 0-16 Little East Conference record the team is ready to put that chapter behind them and move forward.

BURLINGTON — What would Championship Saturday be like in Vermont field hockey without a sighting of the Bellows Falls Terriers? Bethany Coursen’s purple-and-white charges have appeared in a title contest five years in a row and in six of the past seven seasons. The Bellows Falls Union High S…

BURLINGTON — With a dominant performance not only in the regular season but in the most important game of the year, the Windsor Yellow Jackets field hockey team returned home to a huge victory parade with the Division III championship trophy after a 3-0 win over Stowe on Saturday at the Univ…

WESTMINSTER — The Proctor girls soccer team dominated from start to finish in winning Saturday’s 6-0 Division IV state championship game over Rivendell, but it wasn’t until Maddie Flanders’ third goal of the day gave the Phantoms a 3-0 early in the second half that they felt safe.

BRATTLEBORO — Fair Haven looked a gift horse in the mouth and Brattleboro finished off the Slaters in the second half of a 41-6 decision Friday that launched the undefeated Colonels into next week’s state title game.

MIDDLEBURY — It didn’t take the Burr and Burton Academy football program much time to make itself at home in Division I. Bumped up to D-I this season after capturing the Division II state championship last season, the Bulldogs put themselves in the state championship game next weekend with a…

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