October 18th, 2012
NEWPORTâUCA honored itâs outgoing seniors on Wednesday during a doubleheader against Concord.
In the boys game, Ji Kimâs hatrick set the pace in the Crusaders 5-0 win.
Justin Limoges and Ji Hoon Park, whose birthday was also on Wednesday, had the other goals.
It was a slow start for UCA, with the score tied 0-0 at the half, but the second was the polar opposite of the first, and the boys erupted for five goals to net the win.
The Crusaders also had a special guest appearance in goal as Marc Quirion played goalie for the last fifteen minutes to earn the shut-out with Chris DeLaBruere.
ORLEANS, VT - The town of Orleans is welcoming a new resident business to its community. Friday, Lapierreâs will hold the grand opening of its newest location at 303 Willoughby Ave. (RT 58), on the outskirts of Orleans and only a few miles from Exit 26 off I-91.
The Canadian company, renowned for producing a high quality organic maple syrup, happens to also be the leading producer of equally high quality maple production equipment. Itâs occupying the former Desmarais Equipment building.
NEWPORT - North Country Supervisory Union Superintendent Dr. Robert Kern announced to the high school board that a meeting between state officials and area school administrators will be held on October 24th to discuss the economic development plans spearheaded by Bill Stenger, co-owner of Jay Peak Resort.
NEWPORT - North Country Union High School faculty member Helen Poulin advised the high school board Tuesday night that she is helping the students form an anti-bullying organization called ABC Quest. Students are raising awareness of the problems associated with bullying.
âWe are designing posters with anti-bullying messages,â said Poulin. âAnd we are selling pink T-shirts with 'Stood Up' on the front and anti-bullying messages on the back. The phrase 'stood up' is a message that when a person witnesses an act of bullying, rather than ignore it, you should stand up and confront it.â
ORLEANSâMuch like the electricity in Barton and Orleans, the power went out for the Lake Region girls as they fell to BFA Fairfax 2-1.
"When you are playing against a team like Fairfax you have to have effort. You have to want the ball as badly as they do," said Lake Region coach Brad Urie. "If your intensity level does not match BFAâs, you are going to get beat every single time."
BFA has been the bench mark upon which the Lady Rangers have measured themselves against, but they lost both outings by identical 2-1 scores.
SWANTONâGoing up against 9-2-1 Missisquoi, the North Country field hockey team (3-8-2) gave the Thunderbirds all they could handle in a gritty 2-0 loss.
âIt was a great game, cold, but very well played,â said coach Chantelle Bouchard.
Danielle Gabucci shone in the loss, stopping seventeen out of nineteen shots.
âShe made a ton of great saves,â said Bouchard. âShe was diving to stop the ball, you name it, she did it.â
If the season ended today, the two teams would meet each other in the opening round of the division three play-offs.
NEWPORTâEssex (5-6-2) scored two goals in each half of the Falcons and Hornets match on Tuesday, defeating North Country (3-9-1) 4-0.
"We need to believe that we belong with the better teams in the state. Today we probably don't for a lot of reasons, but deep down we know we do and that we can compete with any team," said coach James McKenny.
It was a physical first half for both teams, with a total of three yellow cards issued.
Logan Fortier was issued one for pushing a guy who moments earlier trampled him, and Chris Bronson had the other for NCU.
ORLEANS-Junior Josh Thibault blasted in a goal off a pileup in front of the Danville net as the Rangers outlasted Danville 2-1 in a contest that took two overtime periods. The scoring play came after a barrage of Ranger shots on the outstanding Indian goalkeeper Kyle Johnson.
The Rangers, celebrating senior day, played the first half without the intensity head coach Tom Evans was looking for.
Evans said afterward, âWe just didnât work as a team. There was a lot of individual play and I thought Danville took it to us in the first half.â
Briggs–– Yvonne Marion passed away at her home on Monday, October 15, 2012 with her loving family around her. There will be no visiting hours. Funeral services will be held on Thursday, October 18, 2012 at 10 a.m. at the Ready Funeral & Cremation Service South Chapel, 261 Shelburne Rd., Burlington. Interment will follow in Resurrection Park Cemetery. To send online condolences, please visit www.readyfuneral.com. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to Vermont Cares, 187 St. Paul St., Burlington, VT 05401.