Another MUHS Tigers Football Season has come and gone on 92.1 WVTK.
You can listen to any of the games from this historic season with Tiger Football On-Demand. You’ll find all the games below. You can either stream or download the games and listen to them on your time and schedule.
|Date||Opponent||Pre-Game Show||Game Time||Win / Loss|
|Sat 9/26||Otter Valley Otters||6:30 PM||7:00 PM||Win 20-14|
|Tues 9/29||Fair Haven Slaters||5:30 PM||6:00 PM||Loss 24-20|
|Fri 10/2||Mill River Minutemen||6:30 PM||7:00 PM||Win 20-12|
|Wed 10/7||at Poultney Blue Devils||3:30 PM||4:00 PM||Win 27-20|
|Fri 10/9||Rutland Raiders||6:30 PM||7:00 PM||Win 24-20|
|Tues 10/13||at Otter Valley Otters||3:30 PM||4:00 PM||Win 31-21|
|Sat 10/17||at Burr & Burton Bulldogs||1:30 PM||2:00 PM||Cancelled|
|Wed 10/21||at Rutland Raiders||5:30 PM||6:00 PM||Loss 23-20|
|Fri 10/23||Hartford Hurricanes||6:30 PM||7:00 PM||Loss 42-14|
|Tue 10/27||at Fair Haven Slater||5:30 PM||6:00 PM||Loss 31-7|
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It was a tough loss for the Tigers against Rutland, 23 to 20.
The Tigers defeated the Otter Valley Otters 31 to 21.
The Tigers defeated Rutland by a score of 24-20.
The Tigers traveled to Poultney to take on the Blue Devils in a rare Wednesday matinee. The Tigers picked up a 27 to 20 win. Due to technical difficulties, we don’t have a copy of the game
The Tigers picked a win over the Mill River Minutemen 20-12.
The Tigers suffered their first loss of the season at the hands of the Fair Haven Slaters 24 to 20.
The Tigers opened the 2020 season at home at Doc Collins Field playing host to the Otter Valley Otters.
The Middlebury Tiger were eliminated in the Vermont State D1 Playoffs by the Burr & Burton Bulldogs in a hard fought 54-38 effort.
The Tigers just managed to get past the Bobwhites 9-0 to advance into the Semifinals.
The Middlebury Tigers completed the perfect season with a 28 to 14 win over the BFA St. Albans Bobwhites.
The Tigers remain undefeated after a 42-7 routing of the Rutland Raiders.
The Tigers won Saturday’s away conference game against CVU by a score of 45-7.
Middlebury played to a 27 to 9 victory over the Essex Hornets at Doc Collins Field.
The Tigers run their record to 4-0 after a 31-17 road win against the Hartford Hurricanes.
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.