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BRATTLEBORO — The Brattleboro Recreation and Parks Department and the Brattleboro Hockey Association will be offering a Summer Ball Hockey Program. Summer Ball Hockey will be on the following Saturday mornings: July 10, July 17, July 24, July 31, and Aug. 7 from 9-10 a.m. at the Nelson Withi…

BRATTLEBORO — Molly Storm did a cartwheel and stuck the landing after completing the one-mile option during Week 2 of the Red Clover Rovers Virtual Fun Run Series.

WINDSOR — Alex Bingham picked up the win in Brattleboro’s 14-1 varsity baseball rout of Windsor on Friday. He struck out nine, walked just one and allowed three hits.

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BRATTLEBORO — Known to her teammates as Fairy Godmother, Cearra O’Hern used all of her magical powers during just the second singles match of her varsity tennis career.

BRATTLEBORO — Twin Valley’s Buddy Hayford was named the co-coach of the year in the Small School East girls basketball category after leading the Wildcats to a 6-4 record. Eight area players made a Southern Vermont League First Team. Nine others were selected to a Second Team.

BRATTLEBORO — Having just learned of his father’s fatal heart attack 24 hours earlier, quarterback Brett Favre threw for 399 yards during a Monday night game against the Raiders in 2003.

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BRATTLEBORO — Fuel conversations were aplenty on Friday at Sawyer Field, including the disruption of the Colonial Pipeline and the gas that Leah Madore was throwing.

BRATTLEBORO — Magnus von Krusenstiern won the 400, 800 and high jump to lead the host Brattleboro Union High School track team versus Leland & Gray and White River Valley on Saturday. He also teamed up with Tenzin Mathes, Sam Freitas-Eagan and Jonah Bingham for a 4x800 relay victory.

BRATTLEBORO — After seeing Jake Burton commit two cross checking penalties and then draw a third flag for roughing, Rutland boys lacrosse coach Sean Miller told his junior defender that he played like one of Slap Shot’s Hanson brothers.

BURLINGTON — Brattleboro Union High School graduate Leif Bigelow will play for the Vermont Lake Monsters in the inaugural Futures Collegiate Baseball League this season.

BRATTLEBORO — Beverly Wright will be holding recertification classes and run a full lifeguard course on Memorial Day Weekend and again on June 5-6.

BRATTLEBORO — The Brattleboro Recreation and Parks Department and Cindy Shippee announced that they will be offering a Track and Field Program June 22 to July 22. This program only occurs on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday evenings from 6-7 and will take place at Brattleboro Union High Scho…

BRATTLEBORO — Fred Ross III finished second in the 2.4-mile trail race, third in the mile, fifth in the two-miler, and seventh in the three-mile heat during the Red Clover Rovers’ first Virtual Fun Run week of the year.

BRATTLEBORO — The Brattleboro Union High School Athletic Hall of Fame (officially the BHS/BUHS Athletic Hall of Fame) will hold an induction ceremony for the Class of 2021 at a banquet at Post 5 American Legion at 6 p.m. on April 2, 2022.

BRATTLEBORO — D&E Auto’s Pam Packard went 3-for-4 to lead her team to a 9-2 victory in the July 4, 1985 women’s softball A League All-Star game at Memorial Park.

BRATTLEBORO — The Brattleboro Union High School Athletic Hall of Fame (officially the BHS/BUHS Athletic Hall of Fame) will hold an induction ceremony for the Class of 2021 at a banquet at Post 5 American Legion at 6 p.m. on April 2, 2022.

BRATTLEBORO — A couple of softball sluggers and a pair of track stars have been nominated for this spring’s first Brattleboro Reformer Athlete of the Week.

WESTMINSTER — Bellows Falls Union High School cross-country runner Tim Eno won 11 races and finished second three times during the 1975 season. He broke the course record at BF, Vermont Academy, Rutland, Hartford and Mount Anthony Union.

WESTMINSTER — The Bellows Falls boys and girls track teams each prevailed in Tuesday’s meet versus Green Mountain and Mid-Vermont Christian.

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