BURLINGTON — Buck Hard Field at Burlington High School hasn't been a friendly place for the Milton boys lacrosse team in recent years. So when the Yellowjackets (7-1) knocked off the Seahorses last Friday night, reinforcing their position at the top of the Division II standings, they celebrated on the field like it was a big win. Because it was. "We've always come here the
MILTON — Yellowjacket senior Madalyn Leggett scored seven of her game-high 15 points in the third quarter, leading a Milton charge to take control of Monday night's Lake Division basketball game on the way to a 48-37 victory over visiting Missisquoi. The Thunderbirds, motivated in a bid for their first win of the season, went into the halftime break up by one after a late
It’s not often a team can give up a 12-point lead and allow 43 points to an opposing player and still come away with a win. The Bobwhites (8-9) needed a little bit of luck to get away with both February 15 and extend their winning streak to seven games after dropping nine of their first 10. Milton senior Ryan Brown scored 43 points and pulled down five rebounds but BFA-St.
FLETCHER — If the Franklin West Supervisory Union teachers union and school board are going to reach an agreement on a new contract, they’ll have to do it with one scheduled meeting left between the sides and a distance to fill in key negotiation points. On February 9 at Fletcher Elementary School, the sides were reluctant to move off their health care and salary offers in a
FAIRFAX — Gov. Phil Scott’s proposal to level fund state education spending may affect contract negotiations between the teachers’ association and school boards in Franklin West Supervisory Union. After the sides appeared to move closer toward a contract after their fifth meeting January 10, the tone last Wednesday was less optimistic. “The governor’s address put us in a