Posts filed under: Sports

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...
The Lake Champlain Championship Series is a summer-long series of sailboat races to determine the top competitors in six different categories, held in various spots on one of the most...
Going into the final double header against Brattleboro, S.D. Ireland needed only to win one to advance to the Northeast Regional Tournament. They did not manage it, falling 9-6 in...
Thanks in large measure to CVU goalkeeper Aiden Johnson’s first-half solidity in the net, the Vermont men held on to a 2-0 win behind a goal in the first half...
Shortly after they won the Division I state baseball championship, many CVU players put on their S.D. Ireland uniforms and turned immediately to American Legion ball....
From Gatorade to the baseball diamond, lacrosse pitch, track and field and tennis court, the Redhawk spring athletes have distinguished themselves....
Ben Novak, an eight-year-old medal-winning basketball player, is confident in his skills on the court. “I threw it in the hoop!” he said with pride, then amended it with, “Well,...
State champions Redhawks Womens tennis, baseball and lacrosse all brought home Division I state trophies last week. The tennis women took five out of seven matches from South Burlington, none of...
CVU’s Sophie Dauerman tops the state high school tennis playersFor the sixth straight year, the Redhawk women have placed a player atop the list of Vermont state tennis champions. ...
Charlotte’s Hadley Murphy scores her 100th goalRice High School senior Hadley Murphy of Charlotte scored her 100th goal as a Green Knight against Burlington High on May 6, then added...
The Mets 50 years laterIt was disheartening to say the least reading about former New York Mets’ pitcher Tom Seaver facing Alzheimer’s disease. ...
CVU lacrosse and tennis attack their seasonsBoth men’s and women’s lacrosse teams opened the 2019 season against Rice. As was their offense last year, scoring was spread among a number...
Winter sports end with wins and lossesYou can’t say that CVU’s winter sports teams didn’t give other Division I schools a good run for their money in several sports. ...
Whether holding their edges, lacing their skates, tiptoeing on the beam or firing baskets, CVU winter sports teams have done very well for themselves this year....
It’s Hornets against Hawks in gymnastics Although seeded second behind CVU during the regular season, Essex gymnasts managed to pull out a narrow victory in the 2019 state championships last...