Craftsbury Boys Run Head-to-Head With D-I Teams

RANDOLPH CENTER ‒ The sport of cross country traces its origins back to 19th century England and a game called “hares and hounds.” Cross country courses typically have short, steep hills, tight turns, and long straightaways. The terrain is often a varied mix of fields, roads, and forest paths. 

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Trojans Roll to Third Straight Win

The Twinfield-Cabot boys’ soccer team blanked Oxbow on the road and edged Blue Mountain at home last week to stay perfect on the season at 3-0. 

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Lady Chargers Notch First Win

The Craftsbury Academy (CA) girls’ soccer team ran away from Winooski in the second half before falling to Twinfield-Cabot later in the week to improve to 1-2 on the season.

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Wildcats Outlast Bullets in Home Opener

The Hazen Union boys’ soccer team made first year head coach Allison Paradee’s debut a success with a win over BFA-Fairfax last week before falling to Division II power Harwood in their first taste of the rugged Capital Division.

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Richford Clips Chargers with Strong First Half

Richford used a strong first half to take down the Craftsbury Academy (CA) boys’ soccer team last week

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