Three members of Stowe High Schools’ state-championship girls’ soccer squad have been named to the Capital League All-League teams.
Ranked No. 10 in Division 3, with only two regular season wins, the Stowe girls’ varsity squad went on an historic run through the postseason, pulling off four straight upsets to claim the 2020 D-3 state championship.
The third time wasn’t the charm — and the fourth wasn’t either — as the Raiders came up short against Windsor, losing 2-1, in the Division 3 field hockey state championship game on Saturday, Oct. 31.
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Natalie Doehla scored the only goal of the game as No. 2 Stowe outlasted No. 3 Lyndon, 1-0, to get the win in the Division 3 semifinals on Tuesday, Oct. 27, and book a spot in the D-3 title game.
Fifteenth-ranked Lake Region pulled off the upset, on Oct. 27, upending No. 2 Stowe 1-0, in the opening round of the Division 2 playoffs on Tuesday, Oct. 27.
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Lots of action on last week’s trivia question! The warming hut near the top of Big Spruce was called the Lookout. Bill “Shakey” Hay was one of the first to answer.