Dartmouth’s Buddy Teevens ’79, the Robert L. Blackman Head Football Coach, will be at Fenway Park on Tuesday night. (Photo by John Risley)

Dartmouth’s Coach Teevens to Throw Out Red Sox Pitch Tonight
Buddy Teevens, the Robert L. Blackman Head Football Coach at Dartmouth College will throw the ceremonial pitch for the Red Sox tonight. He and five other college football coaches will have teams playing in the Fenway Gridiron Series this fall. All the coaches will all participate in the ceremonial toss prior to the Red Sox – New York Yankee’s game.
The ceremonial pitch concludes a day of events at Fenway Park for Teevens, Big Green defensive lineman Jackson Perry and Director of Athletics and Recreation Harry Sheehy that begins with the Positive Coaching Alliance luncheon. After a photo session and remarks from Fenway Sports Management Managing Director Mark Lev, each school will be a part of a Facebook Live broadcast.

Springfield VT Man Arrested for Aggravated Assault
A Springfield VT man was arrested for Aggravated Assault after being involved in a fight at a storage center in Weathersfield. Police say they went to Ascutney Self Storage on a complaint about 5:30 pm on Sunday. After an investigation they learned that Gordon Briggs 34 assaulted a 50 year old male with a knife. Briggs was lodged at the Southern State Correctional Facility on $5,000 bail. He was scheduled for arraignment at Windsor Criminal Court on Monday.

Claremont Man Clocked at 111 MPH
Vermont State Police clocked a Claremont man driving 111 mph on I-89 in Royalton Sunday evening. Police say they were running stationary radar on I-89 South when they noticed a vehicle traveling at a high rate of speed. Radar confirmed that 23-year-old Syed Muhammad Ammad Ul Hassan was traveling at 111 mph in a 65 mph zone. Hassan was released on a citation and is due in Winsor Criminal Court on May 13 to answer the charge of Excessive Speed.

WILD NH Day is This Saturday
NH Fish and Game’s biggest event of the year is this Saturday, April 29. Discover Wild New Hampshire Day is from 10:00 am – 3:00 pm on the grounds of the Fish and Game Department, 11 Hazen Drive, Concord, NH. Admission is free and there will be over 60 exhibits, a hatchery truck, falcon handlers, a rifle range and more.
In addition you can meet the cast of North Woods Law- New Hampshire. Create your own wildlife crafts, plant a tree and toast a smore.
Discover WILD New Hampshire Day began in 1989 as an observance of Earth Day and a celebration of NH’s wealth of natural resources and outdoor recreational opportunities. The event is hosted by the New Hampshire Fish and Game Department and sponsored by the Wildlife Heritage Foundation of New Hampshire. It is a rain or shine event.