Trickeration transformed the Champlain Valley Union-Burr and Burton Academy state playoff contest into an epic.
Champlain Valley began its football schedule this year with its lone blemish on the season, a 38-28 loss to Burr and Burton Academy.
Since losing its opening game of the season to Burr and Burton 38-28, the Champlain Valley Union football team has gone on a tear, outscoring and shutting down opponents over the next six games 242-21.
Hopefully, any CVU football players reading The Charlotte News have stopped reading this story before now.
After a season opening loss, the Champlain Valley Redhawks jumped back onto a two-game win streak with victories over Bellows Free Academy and South Burlington-Burlington-Winooski.
After an unbeaten season and Champlain Valley Union High’s first state football championship last year, hopes were high among Redhawk faithful for another unblemished season this year.
To say that this summer was an amazing season for the three Champlain Valley Little League All-Star baseball teams is an understatement — try astonishing, unbelievable …
The 11th annual Diamond Island Regatta, sponsored by the Diamond Island Yacht Club and Point Bay Marina to benefit the Lake Champlain Maritime Museum, attracted 30 boats to Town Farm Bay on Saturday, Aug. 12, for a race in a light but consistent breeze.
The Burlington Tennis Club Barracudas spent the weekend of Aug. 5 and 6 competing in the Vermont State Swim Championships in White River Junction at the Upper Valley Aquatic Center.
For three consecutive years, the Sports & Fitness Industry Association has named pickleball America’s fastest-growing sport.
It was a constant refrain members of the Champlain Valley Little League team heard from coach Mike Niebur every time they took the field.
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The story of the Champlain Valley Union state championship was pretty much: Get the lead early and hang on the rest of the way.
Entering the playoffs, it’s home sweet home for the Champlain Valley Union High baseball team.
After starting the season with a spotless record, going unbeaten in its first eight games, the Champlain Valley Union baseball team has hit a rough patch, losing two in a row.
About 50-70 people were standing around talking in the comfortably chill evening air at the top of Mount Philo on Friday, May 5, about the Hillclimber race that weekend.
Things on the diamond are sparkling so far for Champlain Valley, with the Redhawks’ baseball team undefeated after its first five games.
Registration is open for Lake Champlain’s 17th annual Dragon Boat Festival on Sunday, Aug. 6.
Champlain Valley Union High junior Thomas Murphy of Charlotte celebrates after winning.
On Saturday, Feb 12, Champlain Valley Union High School hosted the Vermont FIRST Tech Challenge Robotics Championship, an international high school robotics competition.