Mini Metro Basketball tryouts coming up

Mini Metro Basketball tryouts coming up

Mini Metro is a competitive basketball league with teams from area high school districts. The Mini Metro season runs from early November through mid-February, with one or two practices during the week and games on Sundays. Practices begin in October, when most fall sports have ended. Boys and girls teams are fielded for a 5th-6th-grade… Read More »

Weightlifting made easy

by Mike Dee PT Resistance training is the correct term for weightlifting but like all fitness jargon, it has to paint a picture. ‘Monster Walks’, ‘Frankensteins’ ,‘Windmills’ and ‘Planks’ are examples of just that. The benefits to resistance training are as good as anything in fitness can be. It burns fat, gives us more energy,… Read More »

Strong start for CVU cross country teams’ seasons

Strong start for CVU cross country teams’ seasons

Building on last season’s state championships, the CVU varsity boys and girls cross country teams started the with a first-place finish in the Essex Invitational on Sept.3 and a second-place finish in the Springstead Invitational in Colonie, N.Y. on Sept 9. Tyler Marshall led the way for the boys with first place finishes in both… Read More »

Redhawks roll to 2-0 with win over S. Burlington

Redhawks roll to 2-0 with win over S. Burlington

Collin Vincent, Braven Bose and Jacob Griggs provided the offensive firepower for CVU in their 20-9 win over South Burlington last weekend. The trio combined for three TD’s, 172 yards rushing with Griggs adding in two interceptions. The 2-0 Redhawks face 0-2 Rice on Saturday at 1pm at CVU.

CVU Girls’ volleyball wins third straight

CVU Girls’ volleyball wins third straight

The CVU Girls’ volleyball team won their Coaches vs. Cancer match against VT Commons last night 3-0 (25-11, 25-17 and 25-13). CVU was led by Shannon Loiseau with six service aces as well as Lauren Johnson, Natalie Senior and Shannon Loiseau with three kills each. Natalie Senior also had two Blocks. The team stands at… Read More »

Kelly Brush Ride to support adaptive sports and ski racing safety: this Saturday

This Saturday in Middlebury, more than 700 riders are expected to ride in the 11th Annual Kelly Brush Ride powered by VBT Bicycling and Walking Vacations. Cyclists from across the country and Canada have signed up to ride and support the Kelly Brush Foundation’s mission to empower those living with paralysis through sport and recreation and to… Read More »

Charlotte Covered Bridge 5k/10k and half marathon

Charlotte Covered Bridge 5k/10k and half marathon

The popular Charlotte Covered Bridge 5k/10k and half marathon is set for Saturday, Sept. 10 at 8am. The run kicks off at Shelburne’s town beach, passes Shelburne Orchards and continues on back roads to the Charlotte town beach and the covered bridge, eventually doubling back on the same route. This is a relatively flat course… Read More »

Sugarbush Polo Fall Classic to take place next weekend

Sugarbush Polo Fall Classic to take place next weekend

Shelburne’s own Sugarbush Polo Club’s Fall Classic benefit game will take place on Saturday, Sept. 10 at 1pm. The field address for the game is 929 Shelburne-Hinesburg Road in Shelburne. The Sugarbush Polo Club, which was founded in 1962, is the oldest polo club in Vermont. The game of polo is an ancient sport that… Read More »

CSSU Buccaneers football players begin season

CSSU Buccaneers football players begin season

By Jill Diemer On Aug. 15, 122 boys (and one rock star girl) descended on Palmer’s Field in Hinesburg to mark the start of the Buccaneers’ Youth Football season. Over the last two weeks, players from 2nd to 8th grade learned about safety, teamwork, play formations, and personal discipline. At the end of their pre-season training, 5/6… Read More »

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