They weren't the tallest team in D-I. Speed? Sure, but not in droves. It was everything else St. J Academy girls basketball team did on the floor this winter.
St. Johnsbury Academy senior Alex Lawson was the girls' co-champion at the three-day Eastern High School Nordic Championships held over the weekend.
Gatorade today announced [Sophomore] Sadie Stetson of St. Johnsbury Academy as its 2016-17 Gatorade Vermont Girls Basketball Player of the Year.
The Northeast Kingdom ruled on the second day of the Vermont state Nordic championships.
From the Caledonian-Record: Junior Katherine Cowan and senior Ian Clough combined to win seven individual events and the Hilltopper boys and girls swept the team titles...
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.
Hockey Coach Dick Emery was selected to coach the Harris Conference Team in the 32nd Essex Rotary All-Star Classic Hockey Game for the second year in a row. Also representing the Academy at the Essex Rotary All-Star game was Jared Rutledge '16.
Winter Sports Highlights
The winter sports season drew to a close last week. Here are some of the highlights:
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