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BRATTLEBORO — Emma Bazin, who scored 14 goals for Bellows Falls this year, is one of five area field hockey players to make a Southern Vermont League First Team.

BRATTLEBORO — Brattleboro Union High School cross-country star Ava Whitney is one of the 10 runners who earned a spot on the Southern Vermont League A Division Girls First Team.

HINSDALE, N.H. — Nearly 30 years after he helped Brattleboro Union High School cut down the nets on the court, Carl Anderson is in position to guide the Hinsdale varsity boys basketball team to a state championship of its own.

BRATTLEBORO — After helping their program end a 31-year drought by capturing the Division 4 girls soccer state championship, a trio of Leland & Gray players have been named Southern Vermont League First Teamers.

BRATTLEBORO — Emma Bazin, who scored 14 goals for Bellows Falls this year, is one of five area field hockey players to make a Southern Vermont League First Team.

TOWNSHEND — Mary Lou Steiner and Claire DeWitt each scored to give the Leland & Gray Stickers a 2-0 victory over Blue Mountain in a 1973 Class M semifinal.

BRATTLEBORO — After helping the Purple Gang to a perfect regular season, six different Bellows Falls players made at least one Division 2 All State First Team. Jamison Nystrom led the way, being chosen as a quarterback, defensive back, kicker and punter.

BRATTLEBORO — Matt Mann and Melissa Stewart were the winners of the Retreat 5k Trail Run on Sunday morning. Mann prevailed in 25:28, while Stewart finished fifth overall to claim the female title in a time of 30:32.

LEWISTON, Maine — Liza Bell is in her first year with the Bates College women’s Nordic team.

BRATTLEBORO — The Brattleboro Recreation & Parks Department will be offering adult volleyball on Monday evenings from 7-9 in the Gibson-Aiken Center’s 3rd floor gymnasium. This program will begin Nov. 28 and will run until April 24, 2023.

BRATTLEBORO — The Jerry Gagliardi Memorial Turkey Trot will be held on Upper Dummerston Road on Thursday, with the one-mile kids race starting at 9 a.m. and the three-miler for adults beginning at 9:15 a.m. The races will start and end near the Brattleboro Country Club entrance.

CASTLETON — The Shrine Maple Sugar Bowl Board of Governors has announced that Windsor’s Greg Balch will coach Vermont’s football team next summer. He will lead his team of 38 of Vermont’s best senior players into the 70th annual Shrine Maple Sugar Bowl Game, which will be played on Spartan F…

WESTFIELD, Mass. — The Westfield State women’s basketball team is off to a 4-1 start, including victories over Keene State, Plymouth State, UMass-Boston and Hunter.

WESTMINSTER — Head coaches Lonnie Wade (North Country) and Bob Lockerby (Bellows Falls) recently received the Vermont Football Officials Association 2022 Sportsmanship Awards.

DUBLIN, N.H. — Brattleboro resident Kemp Wagenbach placed 10th out of 120 competitors in the Boys A race at the Dublin School Mountain Bike Team’s home race on Oct. 26. Dublin teammates Will Putnam (Boys B race) and Elias Sieswerda (Boys C race) each finished first.

OAKVILLE, Conn. — Bruce Berg, 77, lifted a combined total of 755 pounds on Saturday to break his own American Powerlifting Association record in both his age and weight class.

CANTON, N.Y. — Wesleyan cross-country runner Stephanie Ager placed 17th overall out of 159 runners in a time of 23:21 at the NCAA Mideast Regional Championship on Saturday.

BRATTLEBORO — Trevor Kipp became the first All American male athlete for Vermont Technical College Friday when he finished third at the USCAA Cross Country Nationals in Virginia Beach.

BRATTLEBORO — After Travis Elliott and his brothers raised nearly $15,000 for Parkinson’s research while running the New York City Marathon in 2021, he decided to make it an annual tradition.

CASTLETON — When some of the best senior field hockey players in Vermont faced off on Saturday at Castleton University, it was the South that defeated the North 6-0.

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