MAU Grad helps Middlebury win NCAA championship


MIDDLEBURY >> Over this past weekend, Mount Anthony graduate Lily Taub was apart of the Middlebury College field hockey team, that won the NCAA Division three national championship.

Taub, a junior defenseman from North Bennington, helped Middlebury beat Bowdoin 1-0 in the finals to win the school's first national championship since the 1998 season in field hockey.

Middlebury finished with a 20-2 record on the season.

Taub was four-year player for the MAU field hockey team and played on the girl's lacrosse team as well.

Running of the Turkeys in Arlington

ARLINGTON >> The 20th Annual Running of the Turkeys was held on Thanksgiving morning in East Arlington.

In the 5k race, Evan Cedrone came in first place with a time of 18:13, followed by Mike White, who beat out Matthew Loignon for second place by one second with a time of 18:25.

Devon Hoar and John Umphlett would round out the top five of the Men's group, with runs of 18:28 and 18:31 respectively.

On the women's side, Jackie Boyce came in first place with time of 19:47. Sarah Umphlett came in second place, with a time of 19:54, while Christine Dailey rounded out the top 3 in the women's division with a time of 21:32.

The winner of each division, won their own turkey and the second and third place participants, were awarded apple pies.

All finishers of the Kids Fun Run receive awards for completing the event as well.

Winter season passes now available

BENNINGTON >> Mount Anthony Union High School will be offering winter season passes to home night games for the 2015-16 school year.

A complete winter season pass for all home wrestling and boys and girls basketball games will be $30 for adults and $15 for students and senior citizens for a 68 percent savings.

For more information and to download a purchase form, go to the MAU Athletics website at, or contact Activities assistant Bridgette Worthington at or 447-1899, Ext. 4.


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