Sports

Sports
October 12, 2016

Seminar on hunting access offered to landowners

WOODSTOCK—The Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department will hold a free seminar for landowners interested in learning more about hunting, wildlife management, and conservation, Sunday, Oct. 16 from 9 a.m.-4:30 p.m. at the Marsh-Billings-Rockefeller Forest Center in Woodstock. The seminar is co-hosted by the nonprofit Vermont…

Sports
October 12, 2016

CSJ weekly athletics roundup

College of St. Joseph Athletics had a relatively slow week, with only men’s soccer and women’s volleyball participating in games. It was another positive week for the men’s soccer team as they went 2-0 and have put themselves in a great position going down the…

Sports
October 5, 2016

Testing the surface

QUESTION: Patty and Walter are playing in a match play tournament. Both players have stroked their tee shots onto the seventh green. Walter, who is nearer the hole, marks, lifts his ball and sets the ball aside. After Patty putts, Walter rolls the ball back to where it…

CSJ weekly athletics roundup
Sports
October 5, 2016

CSJ weekly athletics roundup

RUTLAND—It was a busy week in athletics for College of St. Joseph, playing 11 games. The men’s soccer team won two of their three games, improving their overall record to 7-5. Goalkeeper Kyle Milligan was awarded USCAA Player of the Week honors for his outstanding…

Sports
October 5, 2016

Police encourage safe hiking, preparedness

As summer departs and the weather cools this fall, the Vermont State Police and Department of Public Safety would like to remind those heading out onto Vermont’s hiking trails of the ever changing conditions a hiker may encounter this time of year, especially at higher…

Fall is prime time for fishing
Sports
October 5, 2016

Fall is prime time for fishing

VTF&W lists hot fall fishing opportunities across Vermont RUTLAND — As water temperatures cool across Vermont, the fishing action is heating up and the Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department has assembled a list of some of the top fall fishing opportunities in all corners of…

Sports
September 28, 2016

CSJ weekly athletics roundup

College of St. Joseph’s athletic teams were in full swing this past week, with five games played cumulatively. The men’s soccer team has found its groove, going 2-0 this week and currently riding a five game winning streak. They are now 5-4 on the season…

Sports
September 28, 2016

Race report: Peak Gnarly Adventure and Six-Hour Challenge

By Matt Baatz

Six-Hour Challenge The first wave of intrepid racers lined up on the top of Tweed. Downpours in the wee hours of the morning were enough to make the course, henceforth known as the “gnarled albatross” for the route’s peculiar resemblance to a…

Sports
September 28, 2016

For sale: a piece of Suicide Six ski area history

WOODSTOCK—The Woodstock Inn & Resort is offering the community an opportunity to own a piece of Suicide Six history. The ski area has donated 60 chairs from the 38-year-old, recently dismantled Chair #1 to Woodstock Ski Runners (WSR) for fundraising. All proceeds will benefit the…

Sports
September 28, 2016

Accidental flagstick moves

QUESTION: Boris and Cliff are playing in a tournament. On the 4th hole, both balls rest on the green. As the balls are somewhat close to the hole, Cliff uses the flagstick to determine which ball is away. In the act of measuring, he drops…