Smuggs Airbag 03-22-14 | Vermont Editorial Sports Videographer

Smuggler's Notch ski resort hosted an airbag from USAirbag for people to use at the park on Sterling Mountain on Sunday March 22, 2014 in Jeffersonville, Vermont.  The airbag cost extra to hit but it was well worth the price (which wasn't too bad at all).  You couldn't have asked for a better day with the sun shinning and blue skies, the kids and grown ups alike had a great time and huge smiles on their faces all day.

The Molly Fund Rail Jam at Smuggs 03/15/14 | Vermont Editorial Sports Videographer

  The Molly Fund rail jam took place on Saturday March 15, 2014 at Smuggler's Notch ski resort in Jeffersonville, Vermont.  The annual event is to raise money for The Molly Fund which is an organization to help families with children diagnosed with cancer. This year, mother nature decided to dump snow on the activities but still a ton of people came out in support of the cause.  All the entrants fees and proceeds went to the Molly Fund and some of the kids also raised money through sponsorship.  This was the last scheduled event for the USASA Northern Vermont series.  The rail jam didn't count in the overall national rankings so the kids could just have fun.

To learn more about this amazing orgnaization please visit their website at

Vermont State Division I Boys Basketball Championship - Mount Mansfield vs. Rice 03/08/14 | Vermont Sports Photographer

Rice's James Wells dunks the ball late in the fourth quarter during the Vermont State Division I Boys Basketball Championship between the Mount Mansfield cougars and the Rice Green Knights at Patrick Gymnasium on Saturday afternoon March 8, 2014 in Burlington, Vermont. (BRIAN JENKINS, for the Free Press)

  On Saturday I photographed the Vermont State Division I Boys Basketball Championship between the Mount Mansfield Cougars and the Rice Green Knights at Patrick Gymnasium in Burlington, Vermont for the Burlington Free Press.  The last two times these teams played each other in the regular season, the games were decided by only a few points...

Stony Brook vs. Vermont Men's Basketball Showdown 02/27/14 | Vermont Editorial Sports Photographer

Clancy Rugg (from Burlington, Vermont) holds up the America East Conference regular season title trophy in celebration at the end of the game against Stony Brook at Patrick Gym on Thursday night February 27, 2014 in Burlington, Vermont. 

  It was an emotional night at Patrick Gym as the Vermont Catamounts hosted the Stony Brook Seawolves in a battle for first place in the America East Conference.   Not only were the Catamounts trying to secure the #1 seed for the upcoming tournament in the last home game of the season, they were also honoring their six seniors before the game.  With a playoff atmosphere in Patrick Gym, the first sell out of the year and many in the crowd wearing gold shirts it was sure to be a memorable game...

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