Archive - May 3, 2012
ORLEANS â€“ Peter Gage, after decades of helping students make beautiful music, will wave his baton for one last time at the Lake Region Union High School Concert Monday, May 7.
Gage currently teaches the general music, vocal music, instrumental music and jazz music programs at Lake Region. Being the only music teacher at a high school can be a challenge, said Gage, whoâ€™s more in tune to instrumental than vocal.
DERBY, VT - A special meeting was held Wednesday night to decide if the Derby Select Board would endorse a motion to direct attorney Richard Saudek to open â€śdiscussionsâ€ť with Encore Redevelopment over the proposed construction of two 430 feet tall wind turbines in the town.
The answer was "no."
NEWPORTâ€“On bright and beautiful afternoon The North Country boys' tennis team earned their third victory of the year with a 5-2 win over Montpelier.
"It was a dominating win," said coach Gary Atchinson. "Four of the twelve sets that we won were at 'love.' That shows dominance and perseverance in not letting up."
Once again the Falcons spotted their opponents a 1-0 lead, forfeiting the number two doubles match, burt the coach is looking forward to getting Steve Raboin back soon so they can compete as a full squad.
On the court the Falcons had the upper hand for most of the afternoon.
The nets have been strung, lines have been painted and the grass has been mowed in anticipation of the 2012 Derby Wildcat season.
At the helm of one of the girls U-14 teams are Eric and Jenn Daigle and Chris Goulet. They are taking on the job of shaping, mentoring, and improving the skills of 16 young women and tasked with bringing them together to work as a team.
"Montpelier has a superb team. It is the strongest in our league and the girls are very experienced and powerful players."
That is what coach Marie George had to say after North Country's 6-1 loss to the Solons on Wednesday.
In singles action, Rhiannon Rosamilia (#1)Â lost to Carly Watson 6-0, 6-0. Kelsey O'Donnell(#2)Â lost to Annie Jones 6-1, 6-1. India Bluett played (#3) and had the most competitive game losing 6-2, 6-4 against Andria Parento. Their game lasted almost 2 hours. Carlie Diette (#4) lost to Stassy Furber 6-2, 6-0. Annie Arcoleo (#5) lost 6-2, 6-0 to Mary Cain.Â
FAIRFAXâ€“The Lake Region boys picked up a win while the Lady Rangers fell in Wednesday's make up game against BFA Fairfax.
Behind four innings of work by Kyle Perry and three innings by Logan Harper, the Rangers won a close one 3-2.
"We played some great defense behind our pitching today," said coach Eric Degre.
Cory Whitten had a double in the win.
The softball team did not have as much fun, losing 8-1 against one of the top teams in the Mountain Division.
Four of the eight runs were unearned.
Both teams will head to Stowe on Saturday for a doubleheader against the Raiders.