June 15th, 2011
July 28, 1920-May 12, 2011
JAYâ€“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.
SOMERSWORTH– Bertha A. Turgeon, 84, formerly of Maple St., passed away on Friday, June 3, 2011 at Riverside Rest Home in Dover, NH. Friends and family may call from 10-11 a.m. on Monday, June 20, 2011 with a memorial service to follow at 11 a.m. at Wiggin-Purdy-McCooey-Dion Funeral Home, 655 Central Ave., Dover, NH with Chaplain Julien Olivier, from Wentworth-Douglass Hospital, officiating. To sign our online guestbook, please go to www.purdyfuneralservice.com.
For the full obituary see Monday's Express.
BURLINGTONâ€“The North Country 4x100 team, Colton White, and Haley-jo Tetreault all placed within the top twenty-five in their respective events on Saturday at the New England Championships.
The 4x100 team (Dylan Colombia, Nick LeClair, Josh Brien, and Brian DeLabruere) came in 14th. Tetreault came in 23rd in the 1600M. White was 21st in the Javelin, and Colombia also participated in the 100M, where he finished 19th.
The North Country Girls Golf Team competed in the Vermont State, Division I Championships on Tuesday, at the Proctor Pittsford Country Club. With a combined score of 230, they tied for seventh in the ten team tournament. Eilish Muir improved her score over last year by 35%. Shooting a respectable 123, she had her best hole on the 7th,a par 3. â€śI used my 5 iron to put the ball four feet from the pin, just missed the birdie putt. But, I wasnâ€™t short, and made the easy putt back for my par. Unfortunately, it was my only par.â€ť
MIDDLEBURYâ€“Lake Region's Matt Morin and Mount Mansfield's Jona Scott were paired up for play on Wednesday for the Division II boys state championship in Middlebury.
The two went back and forth all day long, but Morin emerged victorious over Scott, shooting a six over par 77 to Scott's 81.
"It was pretty back and forth with Jona," said Morin the day after his big win, "The course played really tough, the weather conditions were really good, although it got a little windy towards the end. I was pretty happy with the way I played."