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TA Athletes Recognized for Fall Season Achievements

Cross Country runners Tobin Durham ’22 (pictured in header photo running with Abby Egner ’23) and Madelyn Durkee ’23 were recently named to the All SVL (Southern Vermont League) League list.

In his press announcement, Todd Smith, SVL Cross Country Liaison, says: “To say the least, this was a challenging season. It began with questions of feasibility, which then morphed into how exactly how we would achieve a make-shift season. With determination, perseverance, and a great amount of flexibility, we all participated in an amazing manner. It seemed every athlete was incredibly appreciative for the season.”

Though the list of All League SVL athletes was developed from the October 24 Championship events–which TA did not participate in for covid-related health concerns and with an eye on the Oct. 31 State Championships–Durham and Durkee were added in recognition of their achievements over the season.

In girls soccer, Panthers Madi Powers ’22 and Emma Berard ’21, were named to the Division III 2020 Vermont High School Soccer Association’s All State team. The Capital Division also named Madi Powers ’22, Emma Berard, Emi Vaughan ’21, and Geneva Horster ’21 to the All-Star girls soccer First Team and Kiran Black ’22 and Namya Benjamin ’21 to the girls Second Team. Finally, Madi Mousley ’23 earned Honorable Mention from the Capital Division.

On the boys side, the Capital Division named senior Dylan Moody A’Ness to the All-Star First Team; Knute Linehan ’21, Logan Brinkman ’21, and Ryen Wolf ’21, to the Second Team, and Honorable Mention to Panthers Mack Briglin ’22 and Jacob Gilman ’23.

Congratulations, Panthers, well done!





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