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February 6, 2012
The WORLD 
page 19
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Last Tuesday, January 29th, the Montpelier Solons boys basket-ball team traveled to Randolph to play a game against the 8-4Galloping Ghosts.The game started out very close, with the Solons taking a 10-8lead in the first quarter. Randolph came back with a 10-8 score inthe second to tie the game at half time, 18-18.The third quarter was much the same, with the Ghosts leading32-30 to start the fourth. Randolph came alive in the final quarter,however, outscoring the Solons 24-11 to seal the win, 56-41.Randolph’s Ross Caswell was the game high scorer with 19.Balanced scoring by Dylan Jacobs (12 pts) , Jacob Sprague (9pts),and Levi West (8 pts) made it possible for Randolph to improve to9-4.High scorers for the 3-10 Solons were Jacob Smith with 13points and Rory King with 11 points.
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Since 2009, hunters have had the opportunityto pursue snow geese during the spring as aresult of a special management action referred toas a “Conservation Order” allowed by the U.S.Fish and Wildlife Service and adopted by theVermont Fish and Wildlife Board.The measure was adopted at the recommenda-tion of federal and state wildlife scientists inresponse to concerns about a growing number of snow geese across North America. Eight states inthe Atlantic Flyway (Delaware, Maryland, NewJersey, New York, North Carolina, Pennsylvania,Virginia, and Vermont) will hold a Spring SnowGoose Conservation Order in 2013.The Vermont 2013 Spring Snow GooseConservation Order will occur statewide fromMarch 11 through April 26. The daily bag limitis 15 snow geese, and there is no possessionlimit. Waterfowl hunting regulations in effectlast fall will apply during the 2013 Spring SnowGoose Conservation Order with the exceptionthat unplugged shotguns and electronic calls maybe used, and shooting hours will be extendeduntil 1/2 hour after sunset.A 2013 Spring Snow Goose Harvest Permit isrequired and is available at no charge on theVermont Fish & Wildlife Department’s website(vtfishandwildlife.com). Hunters may also callthe Essex Junction Office (802-878-1564) torequest a permit.In addition to this permit, hunters will need a2013 Vermont hunting license (residents $22,nonresidents $50), 2013 Harvest InformationProgram (HIP) certification, a 2012 federalmigratory hunting stamp ($15), and a 2013Vermont migratory waterfowl stamp ($7.50).Hunters can register with the Harvest InformationProgram by going to the department website orcalling toll free 1-877-306-7091 during normalbusiness hours.The populations of snow geese, blue geeseand Ross’s geese in North America, collectivelyreferred to as “light geese,” have grown to recordlevels over the past three decades.According to the U. S. Fish and WildlifeService, the overabundance of light geese, whichnest in far northern regions of North America, isharming their fragile arctic breeding habitat. Thedamage to the habitat is, in turn, harming thehealth of the light geese and other bird speciesthat depend on the tundra habitat. Returning thelight goose population to sustainable levels isnecessary to protect this delicate habitat andevery species dependent on it.Greater snow geese make up a large share of the light goose population in the AtlanticFlyway.“The population of greater snow geese hasgrown from approximately 50,000 birds in themid-1960s to 1 million today,” said DavidSausville, Vermont’s waterfowl project biologist.“This increase has resulted in damage to agricul-tural crops and marsh vegetation in staging andwintering areas from Quebec to North Carolina.The Atlantic Flyway has established a goal of 500,000 greater snow geese to bring populationsin balance with their habitat and reduce cropdepredation.”Hunters who obtain a permit will be requiredto complete an online survey after April 26 andprior to May 16, 2013, whether they hunted ornot. Hunters without access to the internet mayobtain a copy of the survey by calling 802-878-1564.The Spring Snow Goose hunt occurs annuallyfrom March 11 until the Friday before YouthTurkey Weekend.During spring migration, snow geese typicallymove through the Champlain Valley in lateMarch and early April. They usually pass throughVermont fairly quickly in route to their springstaging areas along the St. Lawrence RiverValley. Here they remain for about a monthbefore moving on to their nesting areas in theEastern Canadian Arctic. About 100 snow geeseare taken by Vermont hunters during the springseasons.
Ghost’s #3 Brandon Keyes makesa run to the hoop while guardedby Solon’s #5 Cody Therrien.Photo by CVSPORTSINFO.com/ Ed Merrill.Solon #24 Jacob Smith makes a basket in his 13 point effort. Photo byCVSPORTSINFO.com/Ed Merrill.Solon #4 TJ Dellipriscoli takes theshot over Randolph’s #11 LeviWest and #25 Ross Caswell. Photoby CVSPORTSINFO.com/EdMerrill.
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Nearly 200 baseball fansof all ages crowded theGovernor’s Ballroom at theCapitol Plaza Hotel andConference Center inMontpelier to be enter-tained by noted personali-ties in the sports and enter-tainment worlds on January26th.It was the AnnualVermont Mountaineers’Hot Stove Banquet and theattractions were BusterOlney of ESPN andGiancarlo Esposito of filmand television fame.Buster Olney held thecomplete attention of theoverflow crowd with sto-ries of his sports reportingprofession. He is a colum-nist for ESPN: TheMagazine and ESPN.com.He has covered the New York Giants football team and theYankees for The New York Times.Olney noted that what he called the culture of baseball has madeprevalent the use of amphetamines in major league baseball sinceat least the 1950’s. He said the sports media “blew the story” of drug use because they wanted to “humanize” the story with a con-fession from a player, which never happened, instead of reportingthe “global story” about drugs in baseball.The Randolph native said baseball was his escape when he wasa child. Some baseball cards he purchased at a local store turnedhis life into a career as one of the most respected sports reportersin the country. “This is a lot of fun,” he said, “I wanted to do thissince I was 15 – pretty cool.”Esposito is a well-known film and television actor who hasappeared in the AMC series Breaking Bad. He also appears in theABC series Once Upon A Time and the NBC series Revolution.He was the recipient of the Best Supporting Actor in a Dramaaward in 2012. An unabashed Yankee fan, Esposito used acting asan analogy to baseball. He said baseball taught him that acting isa team game. “You get beyond the ego and you know you can’t actalone,” he said. Esposito said it takes teamwork to act as it does topay baseball.The prestigious Robin Roberts Award, named in honor of base-ball Hall of Fame legend, Robin Roberts, was presented to
Bolton Snowshoe Shuffle to BenefitAmerican Lung Association
Bolton Valley once again will host the Bolton Valley SnowshoeShuffle, a 5K walk or run on snowshoes to benefit the AmericanLung Association, on Saturday, February 9th. The event will beheld on a specially designed course at the Bolton Valley NordicCenter and will include several hills and groomed trails as well aspowder sections and single track. All abilities are welcome, fromthose who have never been on snowshoes, to seasoned racers.Fundraising efforts support the American Lung Association’smission to save lives by improving lung health and preventinglung disease.Directly following the event, awards will be presented to the topthree male and female runners, as well as the top three individualfundraisers and top three fundraising teams. All walkers and run-ners will be entered into a drawing for great prizes from a varietyof sponsors. After the awards ceremony, participants and familymembers can swim at the Sports Center’s indoor pool at a dis-counted rate ($5 for adults, free for children under 6).Pre-registration is $35 and includes a fleece headband whilesupplies last; day-of registration is $40. Both individuals andteams are encouraged to participate and raise additional money forthe American Lung Association.The Bolton Valley Snowshoe Shuffle 5K begins at 10am.Check-in begins at 9am. For more details or to register for theevent, visit www.lung.org/associations/charters/northeast/events/other-events/bolton-valley-snowshoe.html.With one of the highest base elevations of any Vermont NordicCenter, at 2,100 feet, The Bolton Nordic Center receives plenty of natural snow for its 100 km of terrain—earlier in the season andmore often—and keeps it lon-ger so guests can enjoy thepristine trails, lined with snow-covered balsam firs, where theymay even find an animal trackor two. Instruction is availablefor beginner groups, NordicKids, backcountry skiers plusprivate lessons for all abilitiesin classic and skate skiing.
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Mountaineers Host a Successful Hot Stove Banquet
Christian Friedrich, a ris-ing star of the ColoradoRockies mound staff.Friedrich pitched theMountaineers to their firstever NECBLChampionship in 2006 andwent on to be drafted inthe first round of the ama-teur baseball draft in 2008.He made is major leaguedebut May 9, 2012 and ispart of the four-man pitch-ing rotation for theRockies. As most localbaseball fans know, RobinRoberts pitched atMontpelier RecreationField for the Twin CityTrojans of the old NorthernLeague before he launchedhis professional baseballcareer.Other events at thehighly popular banquet included several awards and recognitionsof individuals who, over the past decade, have helped establish theVermont Mountaineers as one of the most successful franchises inthe New England Collegiate Baseball League. The Eddie WalbridgeAward, presented to individuals who have committed time andtalent to the Mountaineers, went to Lori and Kevin Major andDebbie and Tom McCormick. Both couples have been fullyengaged as Mountaineers volunteers over the past decade.Another highlight of the banquet was the introduction of JoeBrown, Head Baseball Coach at Cortland State University, as theField Manager of the 2013 edition of the Mountaineers baseballteam. Coach Brown, the winningest baseball coach in the country,said his objective will be to teach collegiate players to separatethemselves from where they were (their college), to where they are(Mountaineers). Predicting he expects to be in the playoffs byAugust, Coach Brown noted the 2013 season is another chapter inthe ball player’s career and another chapter in the Mountaineersorganization.NECBL officials were on hand to present the Umpire of theYear Award to Bruce James of Lyndonville, who has been a sportsofficial for more than 25 years. James has umpired Single andDouble A baseball games as well as at the collegiate level.The 2013 Mountaineers’ baseball season will open at MontpelierRecreation Field on Saturday, June 8.
Sports writer Buster Olney, a native ofRandolph, was the keynote speakerat the Mountaineers’ Hot StoveBanquet.Former Mountaineer ChristianFriedrich, now pitching for theColorado Rockies, received this year’sRobin Roberts Award.
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