Shelburne native and CVU sophomore Elise Berger has been attracting a lot of national attention for her prodigious baseball skills.
Even though the MLB season is over, there is still a lot of action going on in the baseball world. With the possibility of Major League
With the World Series over and the champions crowned, the 2021 Major League Baseball season play is officially over. Most of us know by now that the Atlanta Braves have
As the air becomes cooler and the leaves begin to fall, so too the Major League Baseball season comes to an end. For the Red Sox who are, at the moment, 89-69 (20 games over the .500 mark), this season was a huge turnaround from the 2020 campaign, in which the Sox were only 24-36.
Vermont men and women both won their matches in Hanover, New Hampshire, against the “Granite Staters” in the annual Twin-State Soccer Cup.
Throughout May and June, the fields behind Town Hall in Shelburne, at Charlotte Berry Farm and on Harbor Road buzzed with activity every day of the week.
Along with Tim Albertson being named Coach of the Year, the Redhawks had a number of players achieve recognition for their accomplishments.
Going down to the final match at Burlington’s Leddy Park on Saturday, with the championship still not in hand, it took floodlights and a singles victory by CVU’s Ben Sampson to ensure the state title.
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 matters. The five are Maddie Reagan, Josie Pecor, Cathy Gilwee, Jade Leavitt and Maddie Mfochive.
Many of us are at an age when our revered sports figures leave us to enter the great big tunnel. On Jan. 22, #44 left life for a different field of dreams. Hank Aaron has always been a part of my life’s journey.
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 over the country.
The Shelburne based Suburbans, a Babe Ruth baseball team of 13- to
15-year-olds, began a shortened summer season on July 1 that will run through August 6.
When I first contemplated a theme for this OutTake my mind happened to be on religion and how, despite its philosophy and otherworldly set of beliefs and beings, it was all established by humans to explain what we do not understand through data. In other words, religion is man-made, not heavenly dropped.
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 next three years during World War II.
After a four-year absence, baseball is back at Charlotte Central School, and a new sport is ready to go: track and field is now one of the school’s middle school spring sports offerings, joining the already-popular March volleyball team.
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 the opener and 5-2 in the second game.
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 from Harwood’s Will Lapointe in the 45th Twin-State soccer contest for men.
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.
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.
The Mets 50 years laterIt was disheartening to say the least reading about former New York Mets’ pitcher Tom Seaver facing Alzheimer’s disease.