Elizabethtown, NYPress-Republican

Boquet Valley rallies for Class D crown

ELIZABETHTOWN — Johnsburg-Minerva broke its final huddle with the usual chorus, shouting "family!" before packing up for the final time on Thursday evening. Boquet Valley on the other hand was celebrating a sectional title. The Griffins (11-1) scored three times in the bottom of the sixth to rally past Johnsburg-Minerva,...
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Stabell, Donahue to compete in North-South Classic

Spaulding's Zach Stabell and Montpelier's Marshall Donahue were named to the North roster for Friday's Vermont Baseball Coaches Association's North-South Senior Baseball Classic. The doubleheader will feature two seven-inning games at Bellows Falls Union High's Hadley Field in Westminster. Montpelier coach Logan Cooke and Williamstown's Troy Busconi will serve as...
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University to resume work on recreation and wellness area

BURLINGTON, Vt. (AP) — The University of Vermont is going to resume construction on an expansion to the recreation and wellness facilities at the Gutterson Fieldhouse, the school’s trustees decided. The COVID-19 pandemic prompted the school to delay the construction, which is part of a broader project to expand the...
Addison Independent

Mt. Abe hoop coach hosts basketball camp

BRISTOL — Longtime Mount Abraham Union High School girls’ basketball coach Connie LaRose is offering basketball camps for both elementary and high school youths during the first full week of July. Morning sessions for Grades 3 through 6 will run from 8:30 a.m. to noon, and afternoon sessions for grades...

Beloved Edmundite Fr. Ray Doherty dies at 91

Fr. Raymond Doherty ’51 — good and faithful servant to God, his country and his College — died peacefully in his sleep on June 7. He was 91. His brother Edmundites said the immensely popular former Marine went to bed the evening of Sunday, June 6 – the Solemnity of the Most Holy Body and Blood of Christ (Corpus Christi), and also a significant day in military history as D-Day – and did not appear for breakfast in the Edmundite campus residence, Nicolle Hall, the next morning. They checked on him and discovered he had died in the night.

Roundup: O'Hara lifts Harwood past Stowe, 18-5

DUXBURY — The No. 2 Harwood boys lacrosse team is one victory away from reaching the Division II finals for the fourth straight year. The No. 2 Highlanders buried five unanswered goals in the second quarter and coasted from there during Friday’s 18-4 victory over No. 7 Stowe. Finn O’Hara...

Senior Spotlight: Jillian Orth

Jillian Orth has been a member of the volleyball, basketball and lacrosse teams during her time at Bourne High School. She has also been a member of Student Council and the National Honor Society. After graduation, she will be heading to Saint Michael’s College in Colchester, Vermont. She said her...

Peru unified squad defeats AuSable Valley

PERU — The Peru unified basketball team upped its record to 3-0, Tuesday, with a 36-22 defeat of AuSable Valley. John Tarabula led the Nighthawks with a team-high seven points, and Holly Sypek hit three jump shots for six points. It was a back-and-forth affair before Peru scored the last...
Saint Albans City, VTCaledonian Record-News

Raymond Gendron Obituary

Raymond Paul Gendron was born on July 28, 1937 to Flore and Napoleon Gendron in St. Albans, Vermont. His sister Lucille was born shortly after. The family lived in North Troy where he met the love of his life Dolores June when the Fidler family moved to town. Ray and June dated throughout high school and college and married on Aug. 29, 1959. Ray loved his in-laws Harry “Pappy” and Vallie “Mom” Fidler and described hunting trips with Pappy as much fun as a kid in a candy store. Raymond loved his sisters-in-law, the Fidler girls; Patty, Sue, Sandra and Lillian “Chickie,” enjoying many years traveling with them as their chaperone.
Massena, NYnny360.com

Brian A Schafer

MASSENA: Our family and community sadly report the loss of Brian A. Schafer age 86, of Massena, New York who passed away peacefully on Tuesday May 4, 2021 at UVM Medical Center in Burlington, Vermont. Brian was born in Queens, New York on April 4, 1935 to the late Milton...

UVM Athletics to Host Virtual Rally Awards presented by Acadia Insurance May 26-28

BURLINGTON, Vt. – Vermont Athletics will host the 17th annual Rally Awards, a celebration of the 2020-21 season presented by Acadia Insurance, on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook from May 26-28. Various elements of the Catamounts all-sports celebration will be released on social media throughout each day. All of Vermont's senior...

Crown Point teen eyes the skies and earns $10k scholarship

Westport teen Lauren Kimball and her father began flight training together with Leaf Air in Glens Falls on her 16th birthday and will be ready for her first solo flight in the next few weeks. Photo taken during a flight lesson in a Cessna 172 from Leaf Air LLC. — CROWN POINT | Lauren Kimball, a junior at Crown Point Central School, was recently selected to receive a $10,000 flight training scholarship through the Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association to complete her private pilot certificate.

Honorable Robert P. Cronin

ST.ALBANS: Honorable Robert P. Cronin, a longtime area resident and former Franklin County Probate Judge, passed away Wednesday, May 12th, 2021, at home with his loving family and friends at his side. Born in Burlington on October 22nd, 1944, he was the son of the late William Charles and Marion...