Posts filed under: Sports

Champlain Valley Union High School junior Catherine Gilwee earned recognition as Athlete of the Year as reported in the June 20 Burlington Free Press....
Vermont American Legion baseball has cancelled its 2020 season for only the fourth time since it began in 1928. The last time was 1945, and it was not held for...
The Vermont High School Principals Association has canceled the current spring season sports due to the governor’s order for residents to stay home. The sports are baseball, softball, lacrosse, tennis,...
200 wins and still going strong CVU women’s basketball coach, Ute Otley, garnered her 200th win in 9 years of coaching the Redhawks....
Concentrating during a high school wrestling meet seems difficult. There are whistles blowing, coaches and fans shouting, bleachers packed with athletes and spectators, voices on a loudspeaker constantly blaring....
Nordic skiers double their efforts - This time of year Nordic skiers split their time between high school and New England Nordic Ski Association (NENSA) events, and some skiers participated...
When Muriel Spell was in middle school, she made up a sport in her head: part downhill slalom ski racing, part 100-meter dash. Imagine her delight when she found out...
House concurrent resolution congratulating the 2019 Champlain Valley Union High School Redhawks boys’ volleyball program on winning a fourth consecutive State championship....
The Free Press’s women’s basketball team of the decade that recently listed individual players is somewhat of a misnomer, when in fact a true team of the decade is the...
Both men’s and women’s basketball finished the past year with victories. The men toppled Mount Mansfield (58-37), and the women beat Burr and Burton by nearly 50 points, with four...
Both men’s and women’s hockey teams stand at one win, one loss as of last Saturday. In their opening game on Wednesday, the CougarHawk women, a combined team with CVU...
The CVU-A boat and CVU-C boat both claimed first place trophies at the Icebreaker: Northeast Regional Youth Open-Water Rowing Championships held on Saturday, November 23, in Boston Harbor....
CVU winter sports began their preparations for the regular season by playing a number of scrimmages to get teams and bodies in order. The regular season begins later this month....
For men’s and women’s soccer teams, the friendly confines of UVM’s Buck Hard Field proved once again that the Redhawks of both genders were best in the state....
It was the perfect crisp, fall day for a football game. Top-seeded St. Albans Steelers and the second-seeded Chittenden South Buccaneers arrived at Essex High School in the early morning...
CVU is no longer just soccer central There was a time not too far back when CVU was titled “Soccer Central” for its domination in that fall sport. Well, lo and...
If you wonder where CVU High School’s excellence in cross-country running begins, you need look no further than the middle-school teams in the district. Charlotte, Shelburne and Williston have proven...
After taking a hard hit from Rutland in its opening season game under new coach, Rahn Fleming, the Redhawks recuperated and came back for a week-two win over Mount Mansfield,...
Whether the soccer pitch, the cross-country trails, the football field, field hockey field or the volleyball court, there have been Redhawks all over them in the last week. Fall sports...
Rahn Fleming has taken over the reins of the Champlain Valley Union high school football team after nearly 20 years as junior varsity coach and teacher at the institution (including...