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June 20th, 2011

Newport Tops Caledonia 6-5

June 20, 2011

NEWPORT–In senior baseball action Sunday, the Newport Thunder Dogs defeated the Caledonia Bucks 6 to 5.
The Thunder Dogs jumped out to a 3 to nothing lead in the bottom of the 3rd inning with a walk to Jamie Fourner and base hits from Eric Trucott, Scott Burdick, Doug Oliver, and Brian "Bear" White.
The Bucks answered with a run in the 5th inning, but Newport got that run right back in the 6th when Oliver lead off with a double off the right center field fence, followed by a single by Bear and a fielder’s choice RBI by Scott Wing.

Tessie E. Smith

June 20, 2011

Paul A. Bouffard

June 20, 2011

June 19th

Heinz Fiedler

June 19, 2011

June 05, 1925 — June 09, 2011
 
In loving memory and with gratefulness we bid farewell to Heinz.

For the full obituary see Friday's Express.

June 16th

Rangers Defeat O's in Season Opener

June 16, 2011

LYNDON–Haley Kennedy and Emma English combined for 6 hits in their Babe Ruth fastpitch softball debuts, as Lake Region held off the Lyndon Orioles Wednesday evening, 8-6.
The Rangers opened their Babe Ruth season (for ages 13-16) with 13 hits to back the strong pitching performance of Michelle Thibeault (six hits allowed, seven strikeouts).
Kennedy led off the game with the first of her four hits on the night, and later came in to score on a Chelsey Thibeault ground out to give the Rangers a 1-0 lead.

June 15th

Lake Region 1 Tops NC Athletics

June 15, 2011

NEWPORT–The North Country 2 Babe Ruth team, known as the Athletics, hosted their first home game of the season on Tuesday evening after their previous meetings were either canceled or postponed due to various reasons.
The still unnamed Lake Region One team paid a visit the to the North Country Union High School baseball field to challenge the Athletics under favorable weather conditions.
The visiting team would walk away with the 9-3 win, with Alex Beauregard picking up the win while going two for three at the plate.

June 13th

Alan David Sophrin

June 13, 2011

July 28, 1920-May 12, 2011

Rock Crushers Hold First Try-out

June 13, 2011

JAY–The Green Mountain Rock Crushers held their first player try-out camp this past weekend at the Ice House at Jay Peak. Twenty-two players made the trip to northeastern Vermont to try to win a roster spot, and while not all of them were offered an invitation to the come back, they enjoyed their experience.
"It's absolutely beautiful up here, it's so scenic," said Jonathan Reynolds, a twenty-four year old goaltender from Toronto.
GM and Governor Andy Makal was pleased with the camp and the level of play the athletes brought with them.

 

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