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At long last, Lake Region reigns

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copyright the Chronicle November 9, 2016 by Tena Starr and Brad Usatch It’s been nearly 40 years since the Lake Region Union High School boys soccer team made it to a championship game. The last time was in 1978 when they lost to Milton. In the school’s 49 yea... More »

In girls soccer: Falcons blank visiting Rebels 1-0

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copyright the Chronicle October 22, 2014 by David Dudley NEWPORT — The South Burlington High School Rebels traveled to Newport to play the North Country Union High School Falcons Friday. A single goal determined the winner of this hard-fought match, as the Fal... More »

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In boys soccer: Chargers push past Red Devils, 6-0

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copyright the Chronicle October 8, 2014 by David Dudley CRAFTSBURY — The Craftsbury Academy Chargers rolled up an impressive 6-0 victory over the Chelsea Red Devils, Friday afternoon in the Chargers’ final home game of the season. And what a Friday afternoon. ... More »

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Jordyn Cowles breaks Lake Region soccer shutout record

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copyright the Chronicle September 24, 2014 by Paul Lefebvre Lake Region Union High School soccer goalie Jordyn Cowles is flying high after establishing a new record for keeping other teams scoreless. On Friday the senior goal minder snared her eighteenth shuto... More »

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In boys soccer: Rangers best Vikings in hard-fought game

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copyright the Chronicle September 17, 2014  by David Dudley LYNDON — The Lake Region Rangers traveled south Friday to face the Vikings of Lyndon Institute. It was roughly 48 degrees at game time, but the competition between these two teams was hot.  According ... More »

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In girls soccer: Rangers rout Enosburg in season opener

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copyright the Chronicle September 10, 2014 by David Dudley Tyrah Urie scored three goals to lead the Lake Region Rangers to an impressive 7-0 victory against the Enosburg Falls Hornets Friday. The heat and the humidity didn’t slow the Rangers a bit. Through th... More »