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Killington devote claims 100 days on the hill
Sports
May 11, 2017

Killington devote claims 100 days on the hill

Saturday, May 6 was a very special day for Maria Lanka, a Killington loyalist from Long Island, N.Y. On the same day as the exciting 143rd Run for the Roses at Churchill Downs in Kentucky, Lanka for her first time ever, set a record and was…

Diethelm recognized as senior scholar athlete of the year
Sports
May 11, 2017

Diethelm recognized as senior scholar athlete of the year

POULTNEY—Green Mountain College goalkeeper Carl Diethelm of Asheville, N.C., was awarded the prestigious North Atlantic Conference (NAC) Senior Scholar-Athlete, in a release by the conference office on May 2. The senior also was awarded with a place on the NAC Sportsmanship Team.

NAC All-Conference selections…

Sports
May 10, 2017

Lady Saints fall in semifinals

The regular-season has officially ended for the baseball and softball teams at College of St. Joseph. The Lady Saints  played in the Yankee Small College Conference Tournament on Saturday, May 6, and were defeated by the NHTI Lynx 9-0. They finished their season with an…

Vermont walleye fishing season opens May 6
Sports
May 3, 2017

Vermont walleye fishing season opens May 6

The Vermont walleye fishing season is set to open up on May 6, marking the return of some of the best walleye fishing in New England.

“We saw some really nice, trophy-size walleye during our recent survey work, which certainly brightens the outlook a bit…

Vermont’s catch-and-release bass fishing season in full swing
Sports
May 3, 2017

Vermont’s catch-and-release bass fishing season in full swing

Vermont’s celebrated catch-and-release bass fishing season is underway with some of the hottest bass fishing action in the Green Mountain State happening right now.

“The spring catch-and-release season is a really special time to be on the water in Vermont, and the fishing can be…

Sports
May 3, 2017

CSJ baseball, softball tally mixed results

It was a busy weekend in athletics at the College of St. Joseph, with nine home games being played over a four-day stretch. CSJ Baseball was able to go 4-1, while the Lady Saints Softball team split 2-2. The baseball team is now above .500…

Youths try out turkey calls
Sports
April 26, 2017

Youths try out turkey calls

CASTLETON—The 12th annual Bart Jacob Memorial Youth Turkey Calling Contest, held April 8 in Castleton, attracted 20 competitors including several Vermont 4-Hers.

The Oxbow Mountain 4-H Club of Pawlet and the Vermont Fish and Wildlife Department hosted the event at Kehoe Conservation Camp. In addition…

Sports
April 26, 2017

CSJ weekly athletics roundup

It was another busy week in athletics at the College of St. Joseph. The baseball and softball teams played a combined 11 games, going 7-4 cumulatively. Fighting Saints Baseball went a perfect 3-0 on the week, improving their overall record to 19-20. They were recently…

Fish stocking underway across Vermont
Sports
April 26, 2017

Fish stocking underway across Vermont

The Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department has kicked off fish stocking work across the state, an effort that will ultimately result in over 1 million fish being distributed into Vermont waters in 2017. The work includes the strategic distribution of brook, brown, lake, rainbow and…