“My dad started out doing it about 35 years ago,” demolition derby winner Kevin Bacon (not THAT Kevin Bacon) said. “I got my number from him. He started as 160. My brother was 161. I ended up taking 162.”
Mid Vermont Christian will participate in the New England Association of Christian Schools (NEACS) this year, Vicky Fogg, head of the school in White River Junction, said.
With their athletic fields buried under sewage, sand and silt, Cabot and Twinfield High will play most of their soccer games at high-ground schools like Danville and U-32.
For a lot of folks involved, coming out to the park each week is as simple as getting to be with each other, having fun and keeping the tradition alive.
The day after the founder of the highly successful Woodstock High snowboarding team expressed his opinion about male athletes’ physical advantages, he was called into the superintendent’s office and fired.
The move comes as women’s advocates across the globe push back against the intrusion of biological men into women’s spaces.
Hillary Gerardi did not intend to become a skyrunner.
The New England Ski for Light (NESFL) organization has announced an uplifting two-day tandem bicycle ride, featuring a blind stoker pedaling behind a sighted steersman.
This reporter/fan has been watching the Celtics since Bill Russell became the first African-American to coach in the NBA in 1966.
Anthony Lamb is by far the finest competitor to ever lace up basketball shoes for UVM, and he is enjoying the most expansive post-collegiate success of any Vermont college cager.