The newly-refurbished floor of Keefe Gym is finally getting some sneaker marks to break it in.
When is the House of Noise not the House of Noise? When there are no fans.
The West Rutland boys basketball team is coming off an up-and-down season in which they fashioned a 9-11 record that required them to hit the road as the No. 12 seed for the first round of the playoffs.
DORSET — The daily commute from Center Rutland to the bucolic Long Trail School campus has been worth every mile, every pothole, for Molly Sanderson.
NORTHFIELD — Three former Norwich University women’s ice hockey standouts will be headed to Lake Placid, N.Y. for the next two weeks to compete for the Connecticut Whale in the 2021 National Women’s Hockey League (NWHL) season.
There were plenty of people kicking the year 2020 in the butt as it went out the door.
POULTNEY — Ten years ago, the Poultney girls basketball team was on top of the Division IV girls basketball world.
It’s a three-and-a-half hour drive from Jay Peak to Bromley Mountain, which are located 165 miles apart at opposite ends of Vermont.
It’s over 1,000 miles from the Knox College campus in Galesburg, Illinois to Poultney. Oddly enough, if you had been a Green Mountain College basketball fan of recent vintage, you would feel right at home in Knox’s Memorial Gymnasium.
FAIR HAVEN — The bullseye is squarely on the back of the Fair Haven boys and girls basketball teams.
Emotions are running high in the matchbox gym in Proctor and they will likely remain that way even without fans.
CASTLETON — The Castleton University women’s basketball program has entered a pause due to COVID-19.
If the Mount St. Joseph boys basketball team is looking for an entrance song, they could do worse than Steely Dan’s Hey Nineteen.
Back in the early 1970s when girls high school basketball was just gaining a foothold in Vermont, Bellows Falls coach Anne Rodia was one of those ahead of her time. She took her basketball seriously and drilled the Terriers in the intricacies of the game so that they played at a different le…
Proctor’s Conner McKearin and Twin Valley’s Izaak Park have become fierce rivals on the soccer pitch and basketball court, but they’ll be teammates in this year’s Lions Cup soccer game on July 17 in Hanover, New Hampshire..
The nation’s top 12 up-and-coming Nordic skiers were named to the junior world championship team Friday.
KRANJSKA GORA, Slovenia — Coming off her first slalom win this year, U.S. Alpine skier Mikaela Shiffrin hopes she can pick up her second giant slalom win this season on Saturday.
BURLINGTON — The University of Vermont men’s hockey team has paused all team activities following a positive coronavirus test result among the program’s Tier 1 personnel.
Gov. Phil Scott detailed a series of changes in restrictions for school-based and recreational indoor and outdoor winter sports during his Friday press conference.
Mike Reid picked up the Maxwell Award as the Maxwell Club’s choice for the season’s top college football player in 1969 when he was a hard-hitting member of Penn State’s defense. Later, Reid was honored with a Grammy award as a country music composer.
The upcoming MLK Weekend rush to Vermont ski areas may not have the same fireworks as some winters.
Nick Ojala connected on a long 3-point basket that keyed Proctor’s incredible 70-66 comeback victory over Sharon Academy in the 2015 state championship basketball game at the Barre Auditorium.
This is big day for basketball players at Northern Vermont University-Lyndon and NVU-Johnson. They are back on campus Friday.
BURLINGTON — The pieces are coming together for the University of Vermont men’s basketball team.
Killington Mountain School products Hannah Soar and Alex Lewis have talent that has taken them far, but they always remember where they came from.
Jaxson Emerton will feel right at home in Castleton. He hails from Maypearl, Texas, a town of just over 1,000 residents. The Maypearl High quarterback is trading one Mayberry for another.
Norwich University athletic equipment manager Scott Mullen’s day starts early. He gets in the car at his home in Claremont, New Hampshire in time to arrive at Norwich University at 6 a.m. The drive takes over an hour.
The National Federation of State High School Associations took a look at athletics across the country amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
There has been a pair of Vermont-born athletes to play in the National Hockey League and many who played their college hockey in state that have played in the league.
Excitement runs high during the NFL playoffs. We’ve been spoiled. Rooting for the “hometown” New England Patriots has been a ritual around here this time of year.
NEW YORK — Former University of Vermont men’s basketball player Anthony Lamb was taken by the Canton Charge with the sixth overall pick in the first round of the 2020-21 NBA G League Draft on Monday afternoon.
Dozens of Vermont high schools teams were raring to go Monday when they began their first days of no-contact skill building and strength and conditioning exercises.
It was in 1968 that Tom Cheek lost out on the broadcasting job with the NBA’s Atlanta Hawks. He came close but was beaten out by Skip Caray.
VESTAL, N.Y. — The University of Vermont men’s basketball had its first spotless weekend of the season, sweeping Binghamton in dominant fashion.
Proctor girls basketball fans are hoping their new coach is not your Average Joe.
VAL DI FIEMME, Italy — The eighth time was the charm for Stratton Mountain T2 Elite athlete Jessie Diggins.
CASTLETON — The Castleton University men’s basketball program is pausing team activities due to COVID-19 as announced Friday, as a member of the program’s Tier I personnel has tested positive for the virus.
There is adventure in Meghan Farrell’s bones. That’s what compelled the former Green Mountain Union High School three-sport standout to buy a dilapidated old van after college and strike out for the West.
Jack Healey has been doing play-by-play of games for a long, long time. His first came in 1969 when he called the football game at South Glens Falls High School with Ticonderoga in town.
VAL DI FIEMME, Italy — Stratton Mountain T2 Elite athlete Jessie Diggins’ streak of five podiums in a row was snapped, but she remains in the driver’s seat heading into the final two events of the women’s Tour de Ski.
Every Vermonter knows that if you don’t like the weather, just wait five minutes.
The University of Vermont men’s basketball team has had its fair share of ups and downs during the first six games of its abbreviated 2021 season.
ALBANY, N.Y. — The Castleton University men’s basketball team added a non-conference game to its abbreviated 2021 slate.
Happy 50th anniversary, Jamie Rosso Brown.
Jessie Diggins did it again.
Ever since Jeremy Benoit saw Tom Cruise playing Jerry Maguire in the movie, he wanted to be a sports agent.
The Castleton University men’s basketball team is hoping to climb back up the Little East Conference ladder and the Spartans’ freshmen class could play a role in making that happen.
Ohio State defensive tackle Haskell Garrett looks to become the third Vermont-born college football player to win a national championship when the Buckeyes play Alabama on Monday in the College Football Playoff championship game.
Meghan Farrell was an outstanding three-sport athlete at Green Mountain Union High School before going on to play basketball at Keene State.
WINDSOR — Things will be very different this season in Windsor as Yellow Jackets girls head coach Bruce Mackay won’t be on the bench, making the difficult choice to step aside.
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