Posts tagged with: hockey

As the air becomes cooler and the leaves begin to fall, so too the Major League Baseball season comes to an end. For the Red Sox who are, at the...
For a pandemic-driven school year, sports crop up at odd times and in limited spaces – limited in terms of fans-in-the-stands and in terms of where competition occurs so as...
Julie Moore, Secretary of the state’s Agency of Natural Resources, and Bob Johnson, associate executive director of the Vermont Principals’ Association, said that things will happen differently this winter with...
CVU winter sports began their preparations for the regular season by playing a number of scrimmages to get teams and bodies in order. The regular season begins later this month....
My grandsons arrived from Providence late on Friday, and the first thing they wanted to do was collect skates and sticks and head to the rink behind Daddy’s old school....
Seattle sees the best of Vermont in the Special Olympics - Representing Vermont in the interscholastic unified basketball tournament played last week in Seattle, Washington, the Green Mountain team was...
With five Division I state championships behind them, the CVU women’s basketball team looks forward to keeping the trend alive. They helped their cause with a quarterfinal win over the...
Before winter sports head into full swing, coaches and the Burlington Free Press sports writers selected players from across Vermont for their prowess this fall in field hockey, while the...