Archive - May 9, 2013 - Sports Article
NEWPORT-Jon Covey drove in Jesse Agan with one out in the top of the 7th to give Milton the 3-2 win over North Country on Monday.
The Yellowjackets had sophomore Luke Covey starting, and he went the distance, fanning 12 batters en-route to his varsity win in his first varsity start.
Wyatt Prue took the loss for the Falcons, going seven innings for NCU.
Both teams scored a run in the first and in the sixth before Milton's winning run in the seventh.
Milton improves to 1-7, while NCU goes to 0-8.
Joel Lamarche and Ryan O'Donnell had a RBI for the Falcons.
NEWPORTâ€“North Country hosted their second of three track and field meets on Wednesday.
Rice and Mount Abraham were the other two teams at the three team meet, and Mte. Abe (48 pts) would win the girls meet and tie for first with Rice (68 pts) in the boys meet.
The Falcons finished in second in the girls meet (47 pts), and the boys came in third (39 pts).
The Falcons will get back at it on the 14th when they travel to compete in a Harwood hosted meet.
For the full story, see the Express on Friday, 5-10-13.
NEWPORTâ€“The Falcons and Lady Rangers rekindled their tennis rivalry on Wednesday afternoon, squaring off on the courts of Prouty Beach.
North Country was forced to forfeit both the number 5 singles and the number 2 doubles, spotting Lake Region to the early 2-0 lead.
With much ground to cover, the Falcons got down to business.
India Bluett and Brianna Fontaine battled all the way to the tiebreaker, with Bluett emerging as the victor, 6-2, 4-6, 12-10.
Danielle Therrien bested Judit Simon 6-4, 7-5, and Meira Buck had the third NCU singles win, defeating Shaylyn Beaton 6-0, 6-1.
SOUTH BURLINGTON-The third tournament of the golf season found two girls from North Country Union High School, and two girls for the Newport Country Club Junior program traveling to the Vermont National Country Club on Wednesday.
The high school was represented by Captain Paige Gagnon and Tanika Demers while the Newport Club was represented by eighth grader Katie Goulet and seventh grader Carley Giroux, both girls come from a long line of golfers.
The National CC is known for its great fairways and greens, and difficult roughs.