Sports

Vt. grouse, woodcock seasons start
Sports
September 21, 2016

Vt. grouse, woodcock seasons start

The Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department issued a reminder that upland game bird hunting seasons are coming up soon and that learning to identify suitable habitat for ruffed grouse and woodcock is the most important key to hunting success. Vermont’s hunting season for ruffed grouse…

Vermont hosts youth waterfowl hunting weekend, Sept. 24-25
Sports
September 21, 2016

Vermont hosts youth waterfowl hunting weekend, Sept. 24-25

A youngster’s first hunt can mark the beginning of a lifelong passion for the outdoors and a commitment to wildlife conservation.  There is no finer time to begin this journey than during Vermont’s upcoming youth waterfowl hunting weekend on Sept. 24 and 25. “Vermont’s youth…

CSJ weekly athletics roundup
Sports
September 21, 2016

CSJ weekly athletics roundup

College of St. Joseph had another busy week in sports as the fall season continues to roll on. The Fighting Saints went 2-3 on the week combined. Men’ssoccer has now won three straight matches, including the two they won this week against Hampshire College and…

Sports
September 21, 2016

VARA gala to celebrate dedication to ski racing

Preston and Scott Smith, Reese Brown among honorees By Karen D. Lorentz KILLINGTON—On Oct. 29, the Vermont Alpine Racing Association will hold its annual Celebration of Vermont Ski Racing gala at 6:30 p.m. at the Killington Grand Resort Hotel. “This event celebrates Vermont ski racing…

Sports
September 21, 2016

Autobiography is must-read backstory to iconic filmmaker’s success

By Karen Lorentz “Freedom Found, My Life Story” is the candid, moving, and adventure-packed autobiography of Warren Miller, America’s most famous and prolific maker of ski and sports films. The 444-page title was written with collaborator Andy Bigford, whose 35 years in the publishing business…

Sports
September 21, 2016

Michael Baker Green Wave Golf Classic set for Friday

RUTLAND—To honor the loss of  J. Michael Baker, III, class of 1986, last year the Mount Saint Joseph GreenWave Open was renamed the Michael Baker Green Wave Open. The Michael Baker Green Wave Golf Classic will be held on Friday, Sept. 23 at the Rutland…

CSJ Weekly Athletics Roundup
Sports
September 14, 2016

CSJ Weekly Athletics Roundup

College of St. Joseph had another busy week in athletics, playing seven different match-ups. The men’s soccer team was able to notch the first win of the season for any CSJ team, moving their record to 1-4 overall. Women’s soccer fell to Paul Smiths College…

KSC/KMS golf tournament will raise money for Phase III of Trails Initiative
Sports
September 14, 2016

KSC/KMS golf tournament will raise money for Phase III of Trails Initiative

Friday, Sept. 16—KILLINGTON— KSC/KMS will host their annual golf tournament on Friday, Sept. 16,  at the Killington Golf Course. Killington Ski Club (KSC) members and Killington Mountain school (KMS) students, alumni, friends, supporters and community members are invited to play. KSC/KMS is dedicated to supporting…

$10,000 hole-in-one prize to be awarded at golf outting
Sports
September 14, 2016

$10,000 hole-in-one prize to be awarded at golf outting

Friday, Sept. 16—CASTLETON—Members of the Castleton Community Seniors Golf Committee Don Woods, Jeff Larson, and Al Gustafson invite all golfers to the 12th annual Community Center golf outing at Lake St. Catherine Country Club on Friday, Sept. 16. All proceeds support the Community Center elderly…

Sports
September 14, 2016

Teed ball tips over

QUESTION: Rich and Jim are playing in a tournament. On the 6th hole, Jim takes a practice swing in the teeing area. Unintentionally, he strikes and moves his teed ball with his club. Rich says Jim should be penalized a stroke for moving a ball…