Posts filed under: Sports

Champlain Valley Union High School was recognized through a virtual celebration by ESPN and the Special Olympics Program for being a “Unified Champion School.” Others were in New Mexico, Iowa,...
Pickleball is a little bit like tennis, a little bit like paddle tennis, a little bit like table tennis, with scorekeeping that is a little bit like volleyball. (Does that...
Mid March saw the CVU High School Alpine skiers capture two state championships....
Spring is coming. For me that means the start of baseball season. It’s a game that goes back to my own youth, and it carried on over the years in...
The Redhawk women’s basketball team ended its regular season undefeated, beating Spaulding 66–29 two weeks ago. That victory gave them a 9-0 win/loss record for the season and made them...
March 2 saw the lady Redhawks honor five teammates playing their final years at CVU and carrying on the winning tradition. A dominating victory over St. Johnsbury Academy, 55-23, helped...
In a rematch of Metro leaders, the South Burlington boys did what they couldn't do only 11 days earlier and took home a hard fought 47 - 36 victory over...
CVU girls continued their dominance over opponents over the Green Knights while the boys outscored South Burlington by 14 points in the second half....
For a pandemic-driven school year, sports crop up at odd times and in limited spaces – limited in terms of fans-in-the-stands and in terms of where competition occurs so as...
CVU’s ski racers saw only members of their own team on trails as they raced through the woods and down the slalom courses. This wariness of clustering several teams together...
Both men’s and women’s Twin-State soccer teams that are scheduled to play New Hampshire in July were named recently....
CVU’s Jesse Klein joined Milton’s Chance Rose as High School All Americans as selected by the United Coaches Soccer Organization. Both were also among six Vermont players earning All Region...
Hailey Chase, Lena Ashooh, Sophia Stevens were named to the 26th annual Burlington Free Press All-State Field Hockey Team. Hailey was a senior forward....
Julie Moore, Secretary of the state’s Agency of Natural Resources, and Bob Johnson, associate executive director of the Vermont Principals’ Association, said that things will happen differently this winter with...
This fall’s Redhawk athletes exhibited quite a mix of cheers and groans. Both soccer teams led the groans as the men lost to Essex in overtime in the Division I...
CVU men golfers won their third straight Division I title on the Quechee course earlier this month. A team effort in which the four Redhawks shot in the 70s and...
For a number of years, fall sports revolved around soccer on the fields and cross-country running in the woods. That has changed as do the leaves this time of year...
The past weekend marked the beginning of high school sports in Vermont as they have seldom been seen....
Cross-country runners, soccer and field hockey players, the new-style football teams all broke the practice ice recently. To look at CVU’s array of fields and the athletes preparing their skills...
CVU’s men’s golf team traveled to Pinehurst, North Carolina, in early August to compete in the National High School Golf Invitational where they finished 23rd among 27 teams from all...