Author: Neel Tandan

Patricia “Patty” Kelley Woodworth

BENNINGTON – Patricia “Patty” Kelley Woodworth, 61, passed away on Thursday, Feb. 8, 2018, surrounded by her loving family. She was born March 25, 1956 in St. Albans to the late Richard Kelley and Lorraine Trembley of Bakersfield.  Patty was the loving wife of 39 years to Peter A. Woodworth, and they shared their home in Milton. She was the compassionate and proud mother of Nicholas A. Woodworth and his wife, Candice, of Sarasota, Fla. She was the most amazing Grammie to three grandbabies, Camlin, Caiden and Caraline Woodworth. Patty was also the cherished sister of Nancy and her...

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Yellowjackets earn first-ever track and field state championship at UVM

BURLINGTON — Milton picked up first- and second-place points in three of the six running events and the Yellowjackets earned the school’s first-ever track and field state championship last Friday night at the University of Vermont. Camille Hanna of Milton jumped to two Division II championships, in the high jump and pole vault. Carson Bianchi and Zach Popke finished first and second in the 600 meters, Popke and Levi Yoder did the same in the 1,000, and Mike Ferro and Yoder earned another maximum 18 points in the 1,500 with second- and third-place finishes behind a U-32 winner competing...

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Defense, better shooting lift girls

Lauren Gidney led another strong defensive effort and Madison North’s double double helped the Yellowjackets sweep their regular-season games with Vergennes, winning 49-32 in Monday night’s makeup game. Milton continued to stifle the opposition early, holding Vergennes to 13 first-half points after allowing just five and eight in the opening quarters of its two previous games. On Monday night, the Jackets kept the pressure on throughout, creating turnovers with a variety of defenses. Offensively, after making just 9 of 48 field-goal tries Saturday against Mt. Mansfield, the Yellowjackets (8-9) hit on 22 of 47 against the Commodores, grabbed 25...

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Hockey charges past Missisquoi, 5-1

SOUTH BURLINGTON — Hunter Mason’s goal put Missisquoi in front early, but Milton charged back behind Nick Desouza’s natural hat trick for a 5-1 victory over the visiting Thunderbirds on Saturday night at Cairns Arena. Steven King set Mason up for the opening tally just 2:23 in, and MVU (5-8-1) maintained the 1-0 lead into the second period before Patrick Shannon’s unassisted goal tied it at 2:43 of the second. Then Desouza took over, with some help from Shannon. The sophomore netted the go-ahead goal at 7:32 and scored again just over two minutes later, both off assists from...

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Howard Beaupre Sr. earns best in show for syrup

At the last week’s Vermont Farm Show, Howard Beaupre, Sr.’s maple syrup was perched on a top shelf, backlit to display its color and clarity, but completely cloaked in blue and pink ribbons. His Grade A Amber maple syrup took first place in its class, as well as best in show for the entire category, adding to a collection of awards in his sugaring house that he leases off Everest Road. Standing in front of his stainless steel evaporator, he wore a camouflage fedora and button up shirt to match. It was 9 degrees, and with no jacket or...

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