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When it comes to baseball, his stats from the recently-concluded high school season say it all. The numbers spoke loudly enough to catch the attention of USA TODAY, which named the 2016 St. J Academy grad its Vermont Baseball Player of the Year.
Courtney Morehouse '16 of Concord won a Silver Medal in Commercial Baking at the 2016 SkillsUSA competition in Louisville, KY. More than 6,000 career and technical education students from across the U.S. travelled to Kentucky to compete in 99 different events after winning gold medals in their respective states.
Talent and depth have carried the St. Johnsbury Academy girls to four straight Division I track and field titles. For the past two days at the University of Vermont, the Hilltoppers reminded the state they have no plans to leave their perch.
Pitching, it's often said, is the name of the game. After the playoff run that resulted in St. Johnsbury Academy's annexing the Division I title Saturday night at Centennial Field, it's hard to argue otherwise.
Last year St. Johnsbury Academy won its first Division I girls outdoor track title by five points over Essex. This year the winning margin was 34.5 points — again over Essex.
St. Johnsbury Academy Fine Arts students were honored at the Vermont state house in Montpelier recently for awards they won in the 35th annual Congressional Art Competition. Of the five students who submitted art, two won prizes: Senior Katherine Gray won the Judges' Choice Award for her print "Deer Me, A Self Portrait" and Junior Qinbin "Eden" Liu won Third Place for his self portrait in oil. The other students who submitted their work were Seniors Jasmine Wood, Desiree Taylor, and Chairin Yoon. Vermont Congressman Peter Welch attended the ceremony and congratulated the students.