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Vermont hunters had successful 2016 deer seasons, VTF&W reports
Sports
January 11, 2017

Vermont hunters had successful 2016 deer seasons, VTF&W reports

The Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department released preliminary numbers, Jan. 4, showing 16,160 deer were taken during Vermont’s 2016 deer hunting seasons. Reports from big game check stations indicate hunters had successful deer seasons in 2016, taking 3,447 deer in archery season, 1,438 in youth…

Sports
January 11, 2017

CSJ weekly athletics roundup

RUTLAND—College of St. Joseph Basketball was back in action this past week after a full month off from competition due to winter break. Men’s and Women’s basketball each played against the SUNY Canton Kangaroos on Sunday, Jan. 8. The Lady Saints were able to edge…

Keeping it fresh with instructor Karen Dalury
Sports
January 11, 2017

Keeping it fresh with instructor Karen Dalury

By Karen D. Lorentz

Karen Dalury was bit by the “ski bug” at an early age. Born and raised in Springfield, Mass., where she graduated from Cathedral High School in 1973, her dad had taught her to ski when she was 5 years old and…

Skiers and riders compete for $25,000 at Rails 2 Riches
Sports
December 21, 2016

Skiers and riders compete for $25,000 at Rails 2 Riches

Killington Resort hosted the 2016 Rails 2 Riches this past Saturday afternoon and evening with a full roster of skiers and snowboarders going head-to-head for a piece of a $25,000 cash purse.

Results from the 2016 competition:

Ski Men 1st Place: Sandy Boville 2nd Place:…

St. Joseph’s basketball ends first half of season
Sports
December 14, 2016

St. Joseph’s basketball ends first half of season

College of St. Joseph Men’s and Women’s Basketball each finished their first half of the season this past week. The men’s team went 1-2 on the week, earning a big victory against conference foe NHTI Dec. 7. They then suffered two difficult losses to Juniata…

Sports
December 14, 2016

2017 Vermont hunting, fishing, trapping licenses available Dec. 12

Vermont hunting, fishing and trapping licenses for 2017 will be available on Dec. 12. “Vermonters really enjoy hunting and fishing,” said Vermont Fish & Wildlife Commissioner Louis Porter. “Many people like to purchase their new licenses before Jan. 1 so they will be ready to…

Sports
December 14, 2016

Wanted: women hockey players

RUTLAND—Join the women of the The Rutland Cutting Edge ice hockey team and beat the winter blues! Whether you have never played before or have been looking for a chance to get back on the ice, the team provides the opportunity for you to get involved…

Sports
December 7, 2016

Competitor earnings

In 1971 the International Olympic Committee (IOC) changed the “amateur status” requirement for Olympic participation to allow athletes who receive sponsorships and endorsement deals to participate, i.e., professional racers could take part. However, it was 1978 before the Ted Stevens Act enabled the adoption of…

Sports
December 7, 2016

CSJ weekly athletics roundup

RUTLAND—College of St. Joseph Athletics got back into action this weekend after a short Thanksgiving break. Both Men’s and Women’s basketball traveled to powerhouse Central Maine Community College to take on the Mustangs on Nov. 27. The women suffered their first loss of the season,…