Wildcats take the trophy
Nov 07, 2013 | 3628 views | 2 2 comments | 121 121 recommendations | email to a friend | print
Twin Valley High School soccer player Troy Felisko, center, was surrounded by his teammates as they celebrated winning the Vermont Division IV state soccer championship. The Wildcats defeated Proctor in a rematch of last season’s title match. See Sports on page B1 for more information and photos.
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Aimee Reed
November 08, 2013
Clarence2, did you wake up on the wrong side of the bed for the last 20 years? Every comment you make, no matter the topic, is mean, pessimistic, and downright nasty. I find your comments offensive and uncalled for.

How dare you try to spoil something these kids have EARNED by being snarky and quite frankly, a jerk.

As a parent (of 3 Twin Valley Students) and an active community member, I am extremely proud of the dedication and determination these boys have shown. Try coming to some of the events at the schools. Not just the sporting events, the Drama group works very hard and puts on many productions through the year. There are art shows and concerts as well.

BTW, Christine Reilly sang the National Anthem at the game and did so beautifully, showcasing another great talent of our student body.

I would also request you stop hiding behind a fake name and own your comments. Oh, and stop being such a jerk.

Have a good day!

clarence doolittle
November 07, 2013
Congratulations are in order as we finally reached our goals of the collaborative, to win a State Championship. Almost ten years and 16 million dollars later,we finally did it.

Now if we can only get our graduates to be able to enroll at Greenfield Community College without having to take additional courses to meet the requirements of entry as they did not leave the High School with them upon graduation.

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