Under control


Photo by Al Frey
CVU girls soccer shut out Burlington 2-0 on Saturday.

Champlain Valley 2, Burlington 0: Champlain Valley came up with two 2-0 wins this week to run their undefeated streak to three games.

Ali Bisaccia and Charlotte Hill both struck for goals in the final 30 minutes to get the win over Burlington on Saturday afternoon. Natalie Durieux had an assist on the Hill tally and Maryn Askew stopped four shots to earn the shutout.

The Redhawks also topped Colchester 2-0 on Wednesday. Hill and Catherine Gilwee got the goals for CVU, while Bissacia and Jess Klein each earned an assist.

Champlain Valley 1, Burlington 0: The Champlain Valley boys soccer team got a measure of revenge for last year’s semifinal loss with a 1-0 victory over visiting Burlington on Monday.

Ivan Llona had the lone goal for the Redhawks (5-0), who continued their unbeaten runs. Nate Coffin earned the assist, while Aidan Johnson made eight saves to earn the shutout.

The win over the Seahorses, the defending Division I state champs, comes on the heels of last week’s 2-1 victory over Essex.

Essex 3, Champlain Valley 2: Champlain Valley surrendered a goal with just four minutes remaining in regulation and fell to Essex, 3-2, on Friday afternoon.

Abby Rosenthal opened the scoring for the Redhawks (2-2), which gave CVU a 1-0 lead. The Hornets tallied twice in the second half to take the lead before Lydia Maitland responded with a goal for Champlain Valley to tie the game.

Bella Rieley added an assist for the Redhawks, while Kristy Carlson made 16 saves in goal.

Champlain Valley 6, Essex 3 (OT): After Champlain Valley and Essex both went scorelss in regulation, the Redhawk offense was able to come up with just enough points to squeak out the win on Friday night.

The Hornets (0-3) struck first in overtime, with Anthony Hope hitting a field goal from 22 yards out to give the hosts the 3-0 lead.

Champlain Valley responded with a touchdown to win the game. Quarterback Jack ZuWallack hit Liam McCue with a 5-yard pass on third down for the game-winning score.

The win moves Champlain Valley to a 2-1 record this season.

Ben Gramling emerged with medalist honors with a nine-hole score of 38 to lead Champlain Valley to a win on Monday at Rocky Ridge Country Club.

The Redhawks finished with a team score of 165 to top Rice (181), South Burlington (191) and Colchester (196).

Hank Caswell came in with a 40, Andrew Wilkinson had a 41 and Evan Forrest and Cam Labounty both finished with a score of 46. The Redhawks finished with a team score of 165.

Photo by Al Frey
CVU boys volleyball continues its winning streak.

Champlain Valley 3, Enosburg 0: Champlain Valley continued its unbeaten run with a 3-0 win over Enosburg on Friday.

The Redhawks topped Enosburg in three games, winning the 25-20, the second 25-16 and the third 25-12.

CVU will look to move to 5-0 on Tuesday when the team welcomes Rice.

Last week, Champlain Valley topped Lyndon 3-1, winning the first two games before dropping the third. The Redhawks wrapped up with the win with a 25-18 victory in the fourth game.

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