Archive - Jun 2, 2013
A Newport woman died in a tragic accident at the Newport Car Wash when a fire suppression system went off. For more on this story, read Monday's edition of The Newport Daily Express for June 3, 2013.
United Christian Academy held it's 2013 Graduation Saturday. Read the story and see the photos in Monday's edition of The Newport Daily Express for June 3, 2013.
Cruzin' for Cancer brought 103 motorcyclists and car buffs to a rally at Wayne's Snack Bar. Read more about this story and how much money they raised in Monday's edition of the Newport Daily Express for June 3, 2013.
ORLEANSâThree out of the four Lady Rangers seniors were in attendance on Friday when Lake Region played their final regular season game of 2013.
Kayla Royer, Sarah Burnham and Whitney Poginy all got the start against Winooski, while the fourth senior, Hannah Leroux was on her class trip.
The Lady Rangers would not disappoint, as they plated 23 runs in the very one-sided 23-4 victory.
for the full story, see the Express on 6-3-13.
NEWPORTâIn her final game at home, senior North Country Anna Bingham hit her fifth home run of the season in her third at bat to match the number on the back of her jersey in a losing cause against Essex.
"It was awesome, even though we lost," said Bingham on her final appearance as a Falcon in Newport. "I got my fifth home run and it made my day."
For the full story, see the Express on 6-3-13.
BURLINGTONâWith temperatures hovering near 90 degrees, the Division I Vermont State track and field took place at Burlington High Schoolâs athletic complex.
It would be a big day for the Essex Hornets, as they swept both the girls (156.5 pts.) and boys (115.2 pts.) divisions to win both titles.
North Country sent over about a dozen athletes to the meet, and would bring one first place finish, one second, two thirds and a fourth place, placing sixth on the girls side (31 pts.) and 13th on the boys (4 pts.)
For the full story, see the Express on Monday 6-3-13.
FAIR HAVENâLake Region's track and field team was in fine form on Saturday, as they took third place overall in both the boys (63.4 pts.) and the girls (93 pts.) Division III meets.
For the girls, Emily Close had two first place finishes, taking home top honors in the 300m hurdles (48.83) and the high jump (4'8").
Tyrah Urie had a nice afternoon on Saturday.
She was second in the 100m (12.93), the 200m (26.31, .31 seconds from a D III state record) and the long jump (14'6").
Lake Region 10, Williamstown 9
ORLEANSâThe Rangers closed out their season with a run-filled win over Williamstown on Saturday.
Matt Messier drove in 3 runs, while Dustin Bathalon and Alex Beauregard each had a pair of RBI's, and Logan Harper brought in one.
On Friday, the boys defeated Winooski 7-3.
Lake Region is riding a 5 game winning streak, and are playing the right type of baseball at the right time of year.
They are ranked 6th in Division II, and will likely host Harwood in round number one of the post-season.
NCU 9, ST. Johnsbury 8
JAY-On Friday, May 31st, North Countryâs girls golf team competed in its final tournament of the season at the Jay Peak Golf Course.
The abbreviated field had Captain Paige Gagnon shooting a 64 in the nine hole event, with teammate Tanika Demers posting a 77.
âI found the course very difficult, but I certainly enjoyed the setting,â she reported.
Paigeâs feelings were echoed by a number of the other players saying, âI love the course.â
Caplesââ Richard (Rick) C., 65, passed away unexpectedly on Friday, May 24, 2013 surrounded by his family at the VA Hospital in White River Junction, VT.
For the full obituary see Friday's Express.