It’s time for MUHS Tiger Football Season and 92-1 WVTK will be there for every play, every pass, every touchdown, all season long! Bjarki Sears and Bruce Zeman will have the call of each game.
Can’t make the game or listen at game time, listen to Tiger Football on your schedule with “Tiger Football On Demand” down below the schedule. After each game, we’ll upload the broadcast to our website so you can either stream the game or even download it to listen to at a later time on your computer or mobile device.
|Date||Opponent||Pre-Game Show||Game Time||Win / Loss|
|Fri 8/30||Fair Haven||6:30 PM||7:00 PM||Win 34-14|
|Fri 9/6||at Burlington / So. Burl||6:30 PM||7:00 PM||Win 49-20|
|Fri 9/13||Rice Memorial||6:30 PM||7:00 PM||Win 28-8|
|Fri 9/20||at Hartford||6:30 PM||7:00 PM|
|Fri 9/27||Essex||6:30 PM||7:00 PM|
|Sat 10/5||at Champlain Valley Union||2:30 PM||3:00 PM|
|Fri 10/11||at Rutland||6:30 PM||7:00 PM|
|Fri 10/18||BFA St. Albans||6:30 PM||7:00 PM|
|Sat 10/26||Quarter Finals
|Sat 11/02||Semi Finals|
Tiger Football On-Demand
The Middlebury varsity football team won Friday’s home conference game against Rice Memorial by a score of 48-8.
The Tigers won Friday’s away conference game against the Burlington/South Burlington Seawolves by a score of 49-20.
The Tigers won Friday’s home non-conference game against Fair Haven by a score of 34-14
It was a hard fought battle for the Tigers, not only against the top-seeded team in the state, but also against the elements. It was cold, rainy, and winding for the entire game, with snow showing up
The Tigers took on the Rice Green Knights in the Quarterfinals of Vermont High School Football. With a win over the Green Knights, 33 to 18, Middlebury will now advance onto the Semifinals.
The Middlebury Tigers won Friday’s home game against Champlain Valley Union by a score of 27-7.
Middlebury faced Burlington/South Burlington in a battle between two of the state’s top teams. Middlebury managed a somewhat close 19-14 victory over Burlington/South Burlington. The success made it back-to-back wins for Middlebury.
The Middlebury Tigers won Friday’s away non-conference game against Burr & Burton by a score of 21-13.
It was homecoming at Middlebury as the Tigers played host to the Rutland Raiders. This was a battle of the two teams in the state. Rutland steamrollered Middlebury 42-7. The defeat dropped Middlebury’s record to 2-3.
The Tigers are now 2-2 on the season after a 28 to 6 win over the BFA St. Albans Bobwhites.
The MUHS Tigers hit the road today for a Saturday Matinee against the St. Johnsbury Hilltoppers.
Middlebury, in their home opener, got a hard fought win over the Hartford Hurricanes 27-14.
The Tigers kicked off the season on the road with a game against the Lakers. Unfortunately it must have been a long ride back home after a close loss, 34-28, for the season opener against Colchester.
The Tigers wrapped up the regular season with 5-3 record after a 35 to 6 win over CVU.
The Tigers picked up a 19 to 14 win on the road over the Burlington Seahorses.
The Tigers suffered a loss to Burr & Burton 36 to 7.
The Tigers got past the Rutland Raiders 28 to 27.
The Tigers took down the visiting Essex Hornets at Doc Collins Field, 21 to 13.
Tough loss for the Middlebury Tigers at Doc Collins Field as they played host to the St Johnsbury Hilltoppers, 9 to 7.
The Tigers are 1-1 on the season after losing their first road game of the season to Hartford, 36 to 7.