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Bond Auto Parts has stepped up its commitment to support local stock car racing at Devil’s Bowl Speedway. The Barre-based auto parts retailer will present three season-long programs at the Devil’s Bowl half-mile as part of the weekly NASCAR Whelen All-American Series. The track’s headline open-wheel division will be known as the Bond Auto Parts Modifieds in 2012. Drivers in the Bond Auto Parts Modified class not only race for the Devil’s Bowl Speedway track championship, the division’s top driver will also be crowned the NASCAR Vermont State Champion and honored at a postseason awards gala in Charlotte, NC. Bond Auto Parts Modified drivers also earn points toward the NASCAR Whelen All-American Series national championship and will be featured in several special events throughout the summer. Top drivers include defending track champion Ron Proctor of Charlton, NY, veterans Vince Quenneville, Jr., and Don Scarborough of Brandon, VT, and young stars Jessey Mueller, Hunter Bates, Jake Zakrzewski, Jr., and Cody Sargen. In addition to its support of the top class at Devil’s Bowl Speedway, Bond Auto Parts will also present the weekly Bond Auto Parts Hard Charger Award in the Renegade and Bomber divisions. Each week, the driver who gains the most positions in each division’s feature races will be rewarded with a $50 gift card to Bond Auto Parts. “We here at Bond Auto Parts are excited about partnering with the new ownership of Devil’s Bowl Speedway,” said Mark Mast, Vice President of Marketing for Bond Auto Parts. “In our business we try to support as many tracks as we can and Devil’s Bowl offered us some great opportunities. By sponsoring local tracks we can really get our brand out in front of our customer base on all levels including the drivers, teams and the fans.” Bond Auto Parts is Vermont’s largest aftermarket automotive dealer, with 42 stores serving Vermont, New Hampshire, and Massachusetts. For more information, visit www.bondauto.com. Devil’s Bowl Speedway opens its 46th season of stock car racing on Sunday, May 6, with the Bond Auto Parts Modifieds, Renegades, Bombers, and the Spring Green 112 for the AmericanCanadian Tour Late Models. For more information, call (802) 265-3112 or click www.devilsbowlspeedwayvt.com.

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definitely a spectator,” Lambert said. “I do study all the history of our driver and what track we’re going to and everything else… but I was here for that one. And I was pretty young.” ■ Daytona International Speedway President Joie Chitwood, III confirmed last week that the 2.5-mile superspeedway will require significant work to repair severe third turn damage done by a jet dryer fire during the running of last month’s Daytona 500. “Once we complete our motorcycle events, we are going to conduct longterm repairs to that area of the asphalt, which will include removing and repaving the affected areas,” said Chitwood. “ Lane Construction, the team who worked on the track repave in 2010, will handle the repave project. Once this work is complete, we expect to have no further issues related to the jet dryer crash and we’ll be ready to go for the Coke Zero 400 Powered By Coca-Cola in July.” ■ Parity has arrived in the American Canadian Tour’s crate engine program. Tour teams jumped on the bandwagon with open arms in 1999 with the introduction of the mainstay Chevrolet crate engine until three years ago when the American Canadian Tour (ACT) introduced a Ford crate engine option to their racing program. The goal was to give the Late Model teams some variety, and hopefully make the racing more exciting for the fans, many of whom are die hard Ford fans…. it worked and the rivalry continues. “When I was asked to test the original version of the Ford crate motor, I knew it would take some time to get things sorted out. There was no perfect science without actually competing with the engines in actual race conditions,” said Chris Michaud, the three-time Thunder Road Champion and original team elected to do the Ford testing. Now many of the top ACT teams have made the switch from the Chevrolet crate program to the Blue Oval including defending Tour champion Brian Hoar, 2011 runner-up Wayne Helliwell Jr. Also “King of the Road” champions David Pembroke and John Donahue have joined Michaud under the Ford banner. The battle for ACT engine supremacy begins in just a few short weeks with the 22nd running of the New Hampshire’s Governor’s Cup 150 at Lee USA Speedway. Garage Garble ■ During a bye week in the NCWTS schedule, Cale Gale made sure to keep his driving skills fresh by competing in a March 10 ARCA race at Mobile International Speedway. Oh, and he won, too. ■ Gale, who is embarking on his first full truck series season in 2012, led 76 of the race’s 203 laps in a car entered by Eddie Sharp, his NCWTS owner. Sharp also spotted for Gale and told SiriusXM NASCAR Radio earlier this week, “It’s tough to win in any series and any win is special.” Gale won before a packed grandstand, a promotional triumph for longtime NASCAR Camping World Truck veteran Rick Crawford. The race was Crawford’s largest to date as the track’s operator. A Mobile, Ala., native, who turned 27 last week, Gale will return to the wheel of his No. 33 Rheem Silverado when the series returns to action on Saturday, March 31, at Martinsville Speedway. ■ A Southern culinary staple is teaming up with the track Too Tough to Tame. Bojangles’ last week announced its title sponsorship of South Carolina’s only NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race, the Bojangles’ Southern 500 at Darlington Raceway. The race will start at 7 p.m. on Saturday, May 12, in its traditional spot on Mother’s Day weekend. What They’re Saying ■ “The most difficult part of getting the two engines in compliance has been the different needs for different sized tracks. Engine set back requirements for the Ford, different torque levels, particularly high end torque, have been a challenge. With the help of Butler & MacMaster Engines, and a lot of co-operation from teams, we think we have reached that goal for 2012. There are some adjustments we have made over the past couple seasons, and along with the rule changes we have made going into 2012, that should help make both engine more compatible. Now it is up to the drivers and team set ups, as it should be”, said Dean Gallison, the Director of Competition for the American Canadian Tour. Next Lap ■ The cross country, coast-to-coast- trips continue for the NASCAR Cup and Nationwide crews as teams will hook and haul to Fontana CA and the Auto Club 400 on Sunday March 25, (2:30 p.m. FOX). Fontana is a wide D-shaped 2-mile oval that was constructed on 587 acre site in 1997. It’s conducive to multiple grooves side-by-side racing. Kevin Harvick is the defending race champion. Jeff Gordon is the race record holder at 155.012 mph set on June 22, 1997. Kyle Busch holds the track qualifying record of 188.245 mph set in 2005.

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■ At Bristol Motor Speedway on Sunday “Track Position was King’ all over again as race leaders Brad Keselowski along with Matt Kenseth, Brian Vickers and Martin Truex Jr. all stayed on well worn, old tires with 20 laps to go- only to pull away on the restart and win the Food City 500 Sprint Cup event. Kenseth hung on to finish second, his 10th career top-five finish at BMS. Martin Truex Jr. finished third to lead a Michael Waltrip Racing sweep of third through fifth over teammates Clint Bowyer and Brian Vickers who was in his first race of the season (one of six for MWR) since losing his ride after Red Bull Racing closed its doors at the end of last season. Keselowski led 231 laps of 500 (a career high) and the final 111. The win was back-to-back on Bristol’s high-banked concrete for Keselowski becoming the fourteenth driver to win back-to-back at BMS and the tenth career win for car owner Roger Penske’s No 2, the others coming with Rusty Wallace and Kurt Busch. Keselowski, who prompted a NASCAR rule change regarding scoring loops after his win last fall, said all wins at Bristol come hard. “Matt (Kenseth) didn’t make it easy,’ said Keselowski. “That’s his job, not to make it easy on me. He raced me hard and I raced him hard….we rubbed a little bit… that is just good racing.” ■ Former Daytona 500 winner Trevor Bayne was on the outside looking in – with no sponsor Bayne wasn’t scheduled to run Saturday’s Nationwide race at Bristol in his home state. But promise of a potential sponsor prompted the team to prepare the Roush Fenway Ford and allow the native of nearby Knoxville, TN to contend for the 2012 Nationwide title at least for another week. Bayne stood fourth in the points after a fourth-place finish the previous race at Las Vegas. But the potential sponsorship deal fell through. Alas connections paid off and Food City, a company based in nearby Johnson City that’s backs Bristol’s Cup event helped the team and an associate sponsor in Crawdad’s Classic Gourmet Seasonings. Then what Bayne called “a friend of a friend” led him to yourracecar.com, a site run by a Knoxville businessman that served as primary sponsor on Saturday and in the Bristol Nationwide race in August. Bayne responded to the newly found support by placing his No 60 on the outside pole of the Ford Eco Boost 300, leading 64 laps and finishing eighth, moving him from fourth to third in Nationwide points heading to Fontana this weekend. This week, though, Bayne will be back in the same situation….looking for sponsorship to get him to Auto Club Speedway in Southern California. Purse money helps, but it’s not nearly enough to pay for the entire effort, which leaves the driver of the No 60 RFR Ford once again looking to make it to another Saturday. ■ Elliott Sadler is on a roll that, if early season results and the rebirth of his career continue, could carry him to a Nationwide Series year-end title. Saturday in the Ford Eco Boost 300 at Bristol International Speedway, Sadler driving this season for Richard Childress Racing, while questioning the decision of crew chief Luke Lambert, stayed on track during the last caution period of the race to gain valuable track position and drove away from the field for the last 27 laps for his second win in four Nationwide events this season. The win came just two weeks after Sadler broke a 14-year drought in the series at Phoenix. The Series point’s leader drove away from Kasey Kahne and Brad Keselowski after a restart on Lap 273 of 300 and beat Kahne to the finish line by 1.159 seconds. The victory was Sadler’s second at Bristol, the seventh of his career and it came at the .533-mile track that gave him the first of his three Sprint Cup victories in 2001 which was part of Lambert’s reminder when Sadler questioned the late race call. “He reminded me that I won a race here in 2001 by doing the same thing,” said Sadler, who celebrated with his parents, Belle & Herman, in Victory Lane….a special moment because Sadler’s parents never before had been on hand for one of his NASCAR top-three series victories. “Luke made a great call to stay out.” Ironically, Lambert 28 was a high school senior at the time of Sadler’s first Cup win but remembered it because he was sitting in the grandstands with his father. “I was here and I watched it, but

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By Tom Herzig Burlington – the u-32 boys hockey team brought a state championship trophy home to East Montpelier for the first time in 20 years after a convincing 5-1 triumph over top-seeded northfield at uVM’s gutterson Field House. the raiders saved their best for last, displaying a balanced attack with five different scorers – Forrest Smith, Andrew Danyew, Kyle Ferguson Colvin rive and Kyle Elliott. u-32 possessed the puck wisely, went to the net hard and never gave receive the trophy (l-r) Mike Bresette, Stu the Marauders’ potent offense Captainsice w/trophies. Photo courtesy Amy MolinaLaperle, Kyle Elliott team on U-32 any room to move. Senior standouts Stu laperle and isaac (lavigne), an all-star goalie, between the pipes. Beaupre, who played key roles in getting the We had to fight from behind in the Burr & Burton raiders to the title game, recorded assists. Senior game, so it was something we were used to, but goalie Mike Bresette, termed the “backbone of it wasn’t something we wanted to do against our team” by coach Dave Pickel, had 15 saves. northfield.” Danyew, a sophomore, scored what proved to Captain Kyle Elliott:”After Whaley’s goal at be the game-winning goal on the power play at the end of the period, it was like going back to 3:48 of the second period, assisted by laperle 0-0. it made it a two-period game. luckily, we and Beaupre. u-32 led 3-1 after two periods. came out and played hard and never got down. northfield goalie grayson lavigne stopped 28 Especially as a senior, to be going out like this is shots. unbelievable.” “i don’t recall any clean goals being scored on Senior Kyle Ferguson, scorer of third goal: lavigne,” coach Pickel said. “He got a piece of “there were two excellent teams out there. We everything. We’d been practicing going hard to were united as a team and as a school. it’s just the net and the boys did it. they wanted those amazing.” rebounds.” Captain/goalie Mike Bresette: “this was our Captain Stu laperle: “i never got one of these goal. We knew we had potential. After they beat (title) when i was younger. it just feels unreal to us 5-0, our team showed that we really had heart have it now. We wanted to come out hard right and commitment to come out here and put it back off. Billy Whaley and ryan Wells are two of the to them. Some guys had their head down after best kids in the state and they have grayson Whaley’s goal, but we came in and told them

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we’re still in it. Whaley’s got a rocket, i’ll give him credit, but after that first goal it felt good to shut him down. our fans love us. this is the first year we‘ve made it to the ‘ship since 1992. We really love their support.” Coach Dave Pickel: “lavigne is a great goalie. We knew we had to possess the puck and put shots on net. We played solidly as a team all year

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By TOM HERZIG lAKE PlACiD, nY – norwich fans, players and coaches left Herb Brooks Arena at the lake Placid olympic Center shaking their heads after the Cadets were dealt a convincing 4-1 defeat by St. norbert in the Division iii mens hockey national semifinals Friday. the green Knights took a 1-0 lead on a power–play goal with 1:40 remaining in the first period. the game had been a spirited standoff to that point, but things went downhill from there. St. norbert, the defending national champion after eliminating norwich in the 2011 semifinals, was rarely caught out of defensive position. When a Cadet skater did get a clear path to the goal, they were denied by freshman goaltender David Jacobson (26 saves). nevin lawler, travis Janke, tory Allen and Kyle thomas all had cracks at Jacobson without success. “thomas had him down, he just wasn’t able to lift it over him,” Coach Mike McShane said. the green Knights went up 2-0 midway through the second period. norwich got outplayed on both sides of the goal and by period’s end, it was clear the cadets were in trouble. “it was very frustrating,” McShane said. “Part of it was their strong defense and their goalie made some strong saves, but we never really got anything going. We had a lot of quality chances early, but then they got the power play goal – it was a nice goal – and they got a jump from it. it was our worst game of the year.” St. norbert’s Seth Soley put the game away with a power-play goal with captain Shawn Baker in the box at 4:56 of the final period. norwich avoided a shutout with Blake Forkey’s goal on the rebound of a blast from Pier-olivier Cotnoir with 5:27 remaining. St. norbrt scored an empty goal for the 4-1 final. “they had a pretty good forecheck and they moved the puck well,” Cadet goalie Parker Carroll (19 saves) said of the winners. “there were no big plays that we did, no kid blocking a shot or

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making a great goal, or a great backcheck where you see something turning,” coach McShane said. “that’s been our identity and for whatever reason, it never happened. Maybe we just played a better team tonight.” norwich (24-4-2) reached the Frozen Four for the third consecutive season. the Cadets won the national title in 2010 by defeating St. norbert in the longest game in Division iii tournament history.

Saturday night the green Knights successfully defended their title with a 4-1 victory over oswego (nY) State. the game was very similar to the norwich contest. Angles to the net for puck carriers down the wings were cut off, passes were deflected and numerous shots were blocked and the green Knights played with a lead most of the time. in the finals, Cody Keefer scored a hat trick. Freshman goalie David Jacobson, who totaled 55 saves in the two games, had 23 saves and was named Most outstanding Player. the win was St. norbert’s 13th victory in their last 14 nCAA tournament games, giving the De Pere, Wisconsin school its third nCAA crown since 2008. they also became first team to win back-to-back titles since Middlebury College won three in a row from 2004 to 2006.
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Twinfield Trojans Boys Basketball Repeat As State Champions Over Danville 61-52

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Twinfield fans cheer on their team in the forth quarter. Sign reads “Twice Is Nice!” as Twinfield took back to back State Championships vs Danville. DAVID HEATH PHOTO 2012 Twinfield Trojans Boys Basketball Team “Repeat” In Division IV Vermont State Championship. DAVID HEATH PHOTO Last Saturday the Twinfield Trojans boys basketball team took on the Danville Indians for the Vermont State Division IV Championship for the second year in a row. Last year the final score was Twinfield 64 Danville 58. It was a determined Trojans team that took the court at the Barre Aud taking a 12-9 lead at the end of the first quarter. The Indians were unable to deter the Trojans scoring bringing a 26-22 half time score with the Trojans leading. After the halftime break Danville found a new strength outscoring Twinfield 16-12 to bring a 38-36 third period down by two. Still determined as ever the Trojans ran a 23 to 16 scoring run to take the State Division IV Championship. Scoring for Twinfield were # 21 David Codling with 17 points, # 4 Avery Whitcomb 15 points and # 20 Chad Copeland 12 points. Danville was all over Twinfields high scorer Copeland who had 2 fouls half way threw the first quarter and sat out the rest of the first and all the second quarters to insure his play in the last half. He ended up with just two fouls. Danville’s top scorers were # 14 Tony Burrington with 20 points (14 points in the second half) and # 25 Kyle Johnson 14 points. Twinfield ends their season with a 21-2 record and Danville a 17-6 record.

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Trojan Chad Copeland takes a cut from the basketball net for memories. DAVID HEATH PHOTO ■ ■ ■

High noon last Saturday, the Twinfield girls basketball team played Proctor for the Vermont State Division IV Championship at the Barre Aud. Proctor jumped to a 13-5 lead at the end of the first quarter and out scored Twinfield 20 -10 in the second to have earned a halftime 33-18 lead. Beginning the second half with a renewed spirit Twinfield out scored Proctor 20-12 to narrow the lead to 38-45 to end the third quarter. Unable to slow Proctor’s scoring and with their main players finding themselves in foul trouble Twinfield lost 61-52. Scoring for Twinfield were Bryanna duPont with 20 points and Kaitlin Lyford with 10 points. Proctor’s lead scorers were Mikaya Tanner with 25 points, Mikaya McCormack 16 points and Megan Carter 10 points. Twinfield was near perfect from the foul line hitting on 9 of there 10 attempts. Proctor had 35 attempts at the foul line hitting on just 22.
Top: Twinfield Trojans Girls Basketball Team Captains 2012 State Runners Up. Right: Twinfield Trojans loyal fans to the end at Saturday’s Championship game at the Barre Aud. DAVID HEATH PHOTOS

Twinfield Girls Are State Division IV Runners-Up For 2012

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