St. Johnsbury Academy has hired John Lenzini of St. Johnsbury as their new Athletic Director. Lenzini will join the Academy later this spring.
This season marks the 100th anniversary of St. Johnsbury Academy's first varsity girls' basketball team, and Wednesday, February 5th marks the 34th Celebration of National Girls and Women in Sports Day. In honor of both occasions, local girls' basketball teams are invited to wear their team jerseys to receive free admission to St. Johnsbury Academy's Tuesday night games against South Burlington High School. The JV team plays at 5:00 p.m. and the Varsity team plays at 6:30 p.m.
St. Johnsbury Academy Headmaster Tom Lovett has announced that Athletic Director David McGinn will be stepping down at the end of the current school year.
The St. Johnsbury Academy girls cemented their track and field dynasty by securing a fifth straight Division I championship at Burlington High School on Saturday.
The Boys' Basketball team are Vermont Division I Champions.
The SJA Boys' Alpine team repeat as Vermont Division 1 champions.
The SJA Girls' Basketball team beat CVU to become repeat Vermont Division 1 champions.
Junior wrestler Hunter Verge won states to qualify for New Englands.
The girls' indoor track and field team won their fifth consecutive state title on Saturday.
St. Johnsbury Academy record-breaking quarterback Jake Cady was named Vermont's 2018 football player of the year, Gatorade announced on Thursday.
St. Johnsbury Academy standout striker Pablo Gonzalez-Rotger on Sunday was selected as a United Soccer Coaches All-American, becoming the first Hilltopper soccer player to earn the prestigious honor.
The field hockey team won their first title on Saturday in Burlington.
Despite missing two key contributors, the St. Johnsbury girls won their fourth straight title at Burlington High School on Saturday.
The triumph was sweet redemption for the Hilltoppers (22-2), who avenged their 36-33 loss to Champlain Valley in last season's title game, ended the Redhawks' 22-game playoff win streak and seized their first title since winning as a 12 seed in 2010.
Bombs away. That's how the St. J Academy boys team skied on Monday and Tuesday, and it resulted in the Hilltoppers' first ever alpine skiing championship.
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