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October 12, 2020

Green Cohort Day


A reminder that Wednesday will be the SAT/PSAT Testing Day. Students who are not testing will have the day off. Thursday will be a full-day remote learning day for all students, and there will be no classes on Friday or next Monday.


Juniors and seniors interested in different cultures and international issues and topics are invited to join the Colwell Scholars program. This year will not be a typical year for this program, but we are excited to welcome new members and we look forward to working together to plan activities that will be fun and enriching. If you’re interested, please meet with Mr. Ehrean after school on Monday or Tuesday in Ranger 110.


The following colleges will be providing virtual visits today: Sacred Heart University at 3:00pm, Dartmouth College at 4pm; Colby-Sawyer College at 4:30pm, Franklin & Marshall College at 5:00pm, Hamline University at 5:30pm, and Universal Technical Institute of Pennsylvania at 7:00pm.


Happy Birthday today to Tanner Bridges and Nevaeh Manassa-Curnin.


Boys Varsity Soccer defeated Harwood 2-1 in overtime on Thursday afternoon. Gardner Auchincloss scored both goals for the Hilltoppers and Tucker Chapman had an assist.


JV-A boys beat Harwood, 5-1. Five different players scored for the team, including Dan Brennan, Gus Yerkes, Reid Auchincloss, Kai Liljequist, and Aiden Brody.


JV-B Boys soccer beat Hazen, 5-0.


Varsity Field Hockey beat Harwood, 1-0. Taylor Farnsworth scored the goal, assisted by Anona Hening, and Maddie Hurlbert recorded her second shutout of the season!


Girls Varsity soccer lost to BFA-St. Albans, 3-0.


Varsity Volleyball beat Montpelier, 3-0, and lost to Mid-Vermont, 3-0.


The girl’s XC team traveled to Danville on Saturday. Merrick Hemond placed first, followed by Isabella Bostic in 2nd, Peggy Fischer in 6th, Aine Fannon in 10th and Siri Jolliffe in 11th Place.


The boy’s XC team placed 2nd at the Danville Invitational on Saturday. Despite the 1,3 finishes of Evan Thornton-Sherman and Braden Anthes, top ranked U32’s depth won the day.


Varsity Football beat North Country, 21-21. Fritz Hauser and Colby Garey-Wright each had interceptions to help post a second half shutout. Quinn Murphy threw for three touchdowns, two to Colby Garey-Wright and one to Sam Begin.


VARSITY FIELD HOCKEY @ MISSISQUOI 4:00, please release the team at 12:30
JV FIELD HOCKEY @ MISSISQUOI 5:15, please release the team at 1:45


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