Those Terriers just keep trying to take a bigger and bigger bite out of the field hockey world.
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…
Division I CVU is the only girls soccer team in the state with a perfect record so the Redhawks are favorites as playoffs begin Tuesday.
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CASTLETON — Like many playing her position, Castleton University’s newly minted Hall of Famer Vanessa Carter was an accidental goalie.
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…
POULTNEY — Two losses and a forfeit in the last three weeks is no way to go into the Division III playoffs and the Poultney Blue Devils won’t have to.
WEST RUTLAND — West Rutland locked up the top seed and a first-round bye in the Division IV boys soccer tournament with a 3-0 win over Otter Valley Saturday.
There is plenty of excitement revolving around college football in the area this weekend and it isn’t confined to Castleton, Norwich and Middlebury.
BARRE — The Milton Yellow Jackets took care of things on the football field Friday evening, posting a 40-19 victory over Spaulding.
NORTH CLARENDON — There are always teams you don’t want to meet in the playoffs — upset specialists — and the Mill River girls soccer team may be one of them.
The Joe Valerio-to-Conner McKearin connection not only gave the Proctor boys soccer team a 1-0 victory over Black River on Friday, it also assured the Phantoms of a home playoff game.
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.
EAST MONTPELIER — Dylan Clark caught a 53-yard touchdown pass from Griffin Waryas with 1:20 remaining to break a 28-28 tie and lift Bellows Falls to a 36-28 victory over U-32 in Friday night football action.
After Proctor and Arlington battled to a scoreless tie through the first half, Arlington’s Tess Belnap took over the game. She scored all three goals in Thursday’s 3-0 victory.
WEST RUTLAND — West Rutland celebrated Senior Day with goals from three different seniors in a 3-0 win over Long Trail on Thursday in boys soccer action.
The Burr and Burton soccer season has the look of a suit that has been tweaked and tailored until it’s finally a good fit for the playoffs.
KILLINGTON — The World Cup will once again bring the women’s giant slalom and slalom races to Vermont, with women’s Alpine ski racing set to take place Nov. 23-25 at Killington Resort.
Rutland High School can nail down the top seed in Division I with a win Friday night, regardless of what anyone else does.
BRANDON — Paige Karl scored both of Green Mountain’s goals in Wednesday’s 2-1 girls soccer victory over Otter Valley, but it was her first goal on a penalty kick that drastically changed the game.
WESTFIELD Mass. — The hottest thing in college field hockey this side of Middlebury is the Castleton University Spartans.
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.
Title favorites have stepped forward in every division and the top boys soccer teams just keep on winning.
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.
You bring guts and adrenaline into the cage when you enter the world of mixed martial arts. Rutland’s Dylan Felion will tell you that you also bring nerves.
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…
There are a lot of good girls soccer teams this year. If you look at this week's unranked teams at the end of these Rutland Herald / Barre Times Argus power rankings in the category we call "on the bubble," you will be looking at nine teams that could win a state title.
Last year, a South Burlington-Bellows Falls confrontation in the state finals would have been considered the sport's marquee event of the decade.
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.
The West Rutland girls soccer team did something nobody else has been able to do this year — keep Proctor from winning.
White River Valley demonstrated why it might be a team to watch out for come tournament time during a 1-0 victory over Mount St. Joseph in a nonconference match Saturday at Abatiell Field.
CASTLETON — Sarah Wells scored twice to help get the Spartans off to a strong start and Castleton remained a step ahead of Keene State by hanging on for a 3-2 victory over Worcester State in Little East Conference field hockey on Saturday.
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.
Shane Little saw the signs back in September. His Mill River Minutemen are seeing them very clearly now.
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…
SPRINGFIELD — Springfield freshman Sam Presch threw two long third-down touchdown passes in the first half as the Cosmos picked up a signature victory 28-20 over Windsor on Friday night at Brown Memorial Field.
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.
The Spartan Race attracts people from all different backgrounds to compete. For a college basketball team in Rutland, it was a team-building exercise that not only has helped them work together, but brought them closer together.
WARREN — Sports hypnotherapist Lisa Schermerhorn reached out to see whether Roger King’s clients needed a hand with the mental side of golf.
It wasn’t the finest hour for the Castleton University football team. The Spartans surrendered a 17-0 lead last week on the way to a 31-24 loss to Anna Maria.
Thursday’s rain caused a number of postponements among high school sporting events.
With Fair Haven coming to town Friday, Bob Lockerby was asked if U-32 running the ball for 499 yards against the Slaters last Friday was encouraging.
WATERBURY CENTER — CVU won a one-hole playoff over BFA-St. Albans on Wednesday and captured the Division I boys golf championship at the Country Club of Vermont.
SPRINGFIELD — Trying to make boys soccer grow in a football town like Bellows Falls has been a challenge for more than 20 years.