The combined PA/Stowe boys’ hockey team managed to skate through the past week unscathed, though. Here’s how the team fared.
On Jan. 8, after nearly a month off due to COVID-19 and holiday game cancellations, the Stowe Girls U10 team hosted a deep and tough South Burlington team, ultimately losing 14-4. Rust played a big part in the loss, but the Stowe side showed grit and determination until the final horn.
For the next two weeks, the Lamoille South school district will not allow spectators at home sporting matches due to the increase in COVID-19 cases in Vermont.
The ski conditions on the Stowe Recreation Path should see a big improvement in the new year thanks to Stowe Nordic’s recent purchase of a groomer.
Stowe High School and Peoples Academy added more hardware to their trophy cases this year, despite early exits from the winter sports season courtesy of an invisible, formidable foe.
A special hockey tournament held earlier this year in honor of a man who loved the game and supported it at the local level netted a cool $4,000 for Stowe Youth Hockey.
"On Snow" Snow News covers the people, trends and events of ski racing, snowboarding and free styling, plus the flavor of winter in the Stowe area.
Carol Van Dyke had the answer to last week’s trivia question. The Friday program started in the 1951-52 ski season, making this year the program’s 70th anniversary.
Stowe’s skier and rider community is reaching the third of the annual landmarks of the season. The Christmas-New Year holiday stretch is fading into oblivion and January is now halfway through its run.