Bellows Falls is first and foremost a football town. Always has been. Likely always will be, despite the fact many coaches, athletes, teams and even fans, have tried to move the meter. The 2017 Terrier football team was an exciting one and fun to watch. Saturday they played in one of the coldest temperature games in school history. Chances are no one has kept records over the years on game time temperature for the sport, but Saturday’s game at Rutland has to have been one of the coldest on record.
Bellows Falls Football Captains Reno Tuttle, Jared Zobkiw, Logan Cota, and Shane Clark with the Division II State Runner Up Plaque. Photo by Doug MacPhee. BELLOWS FALLS, Vt. – Bob Lockerby’s Terriers had their work cut out for them. They had to find a way to outscore Fair Haven’s Slaters in the Vermont State Title Division III football game. The Terrier pass defense needed work through much of the season, and the Slaters could put points up quickly through their passing game.
CHESTER, Vt. – “We played our game. Things just didn’t go our way in the end.” Carolynn Hamilton summed things up, a day following her team’s 3-1 title game loss to Thetford. Green Mountain put a 17-game winning streak together from opening day through the state semi-finals. Then, unfortunately, they fell behind in the finals and couldn’t catch up. Injuries to two key players didn’t help, but Thetford was pretty good on this day as well.
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