SWANTON — Missisquoi senior ace Richard Walker struck out 14 as the T-Birds slipped past the Milton Yellowjackets 6-3 on a sunny yet cool afternoon last Tuesday. Walker gave up five hits and walked two in a complete-game victory. After Walker fanned the side in the top of the first inning, the T-Birds struck in the bottom half thanks to a misplayed deep fly ball off the bat
SWANTON — Emily Bourdeau followed a three-run homer in the second inning with a grand slam in the third, leading another big offensive day for Missisquoi as the Thunderbirds overpowered visiting Milton last Tuesday, 17-2 in five innings. Coming off an opening 19-4 win at BFA the prior Saturday that featured four home runs, MVU sent three more balls over the fence in its first
Milton's Nicole Menard was voted Senior Scholar Athlete of the Year by the North Atlantic Conference. A 2013 Milton High School graduate, she is a senior guard on the women's basketball team at Johnson State College. Menard was recognized for excelling academically and athletically throughout her undergraduate career. She is a history major with secondary education licensure.
The Yellowjackets scored five runs in the bottom of the seventh to force extra innings, then pulled out a season-opening 10-9 victory over visiting Lyndon Institute last Saturday when Jake Laware's walkoff single scored Ryan Austin. The Vikings built a 7-4 lead after three innings helped by two home runs and were three outs from a win with a 9-4 advantage midway through the
MILTON — Playing its first two games of the lacrosse season on consecutive days, Milton is off to a solid start. After breezing past U-32 by a 10-2 score in last Wednesday's Division II matchup, the Yellowjackets used a big fourth quarter to pull away from D-I Colchester last Thursday and come away with a 9-3 win. “We knew in the first game against U-32 things were going to