Boys soccer playoffs kick off Tuesday and 17-time champ CVU is four victories away from another undefeated season in Division I. The Redhawks (12-0-2) have conceded two goals this year while scoring 37 times. If seeds hold, their title path would include matches against Spaulding, Mount Mans…

CASTLETON — Points were piling up like fall leaves Saturday at Dave Wolk Stadium, and, until late in the first half, Castleton had as many of them as SUNY Maritime. But the game turned on Maritime linebacker Karl Riek’s interception on the opening possession of the second half and the Privat…

BURLINGTON — Burlington/South Burlington poured cold water over Dakota Peters’ big night, stopping the Raiders tailback on fourth down from the 2 in overtime and upsetting Rutland High School 33-27 in a Division I regular-season finale Friday night at Buck Hard Field.

NORTH CLARENDON — The Mill River boys soccer team was rolling toward its fifth straight victory with a 2-0 lead when the wheels came off. Leland & Gray dug down deep, played hell-bent-for-leather defense and scored three goals for a 3-2 victory.

SPRINGFIELD — Rutland County highlights at the small school cross country Marble Valley League Championship meet hosted by Springfield on Tuesday included Mill River runners both claiming the individual titles and Otter Valley placing second in both the boys and girls competition.

Games like Saturday's firefight in Brandon prove that you don't need a lofty rank to enjoy football for its intrinsic value.​A field goal on the last play lifted Mill River over Otter Valley, but not until the teams had combined for more than 700 passing yards and 84 points in a night of thr…

WASHINGTON, D.C. — The Castleton University football team mounted a late comeback attempt Saturday afternoon against Gallaudet, but it was not enough as the Spartans came up short, 35-25 at Hotchkiss Field in an Eastern Collegiate Football Conference contest.

Will Grabowski kicked an 18-yard field goal with four seconds remaining to smash a 41-41 tie and lift the Mill River Minutemen to a heart-stopping 44-41 victory in an interdivisional shootout against Otter Valley.

MANCHESTER — Exit velocity is a new term in the baseball vernacular for the speed at which the ball leaves the bat. After the screamer off the stick of Rutland’s Ella Beraldi that led to the tying goal by Katie Sunderland, perhaps the term should be slipped into the field hockey vernacular a…

Essex barely put points on the board — eight — as the Hornets had turnovers — seven — making it easy for Rutland High School to romp to a 61-8 victory in a profoundly lopsided Division I football game Friday at Alumni Field.