UVM soccer team powered by three former CVU stars

UVM soccer team powered by three former CVU stars

In the quarterfinals of the America East tournament, locked in a double-overtime nail-biter with Binghamton, the University of Vermont men’s soccer team needed a goal to extend their season. Former Champlain Valley standout Shane Haley came through for the Catamounts, weaving his way through defenders with some slick moves before sending a shot on goal… Read More »

CVU field hockey players named to All-Star team

The Metro Division field hockey coaches have released their annual All-Star team, and a host of Champlain Valley players are on the list. Senior defenseman Stasha Rup, junior midfielder Bella Rieley, and junior forward Lydia Maitland from Charlotte were named to the first team. It is the second first-team selection for both Maitland and Rup.… Read More »

Highlights from CVU’s fall sports season

Highlights from CVU’s fall sports season

Throughout the fall season, the student-athletes at Champlain Valley Union High School provided local fans with lots of fun moments, highlights, and, of course, winning. This year saw the Redhawks capture four more state championships, though not on the soccer pitch as might be expected for ‘Soccer Central.’ After three months of soccer, field hockey,… Read More »

CVU boys soccer season ends in OT heartbreaker

CVU boys soccer season ends in OT heartbreaker

With the clock counting down in the first overtime period and all zeros on the scoreboard, the Champlain Valley boys soccer team was looking for something, anything, to separate themselves in the Division I semifinals. Unfortunately for the Redhawks, Burlington found their magic moment first. Arun Karki struck a perfectly placed shot from 15 yards… Read More »

Green Knights clip Redhawks in final minute

Green Knights clip Redhawks in final minute

With time ticking down on the clock, there was not much separating number-four Champlain Valley Union from number-five Rice in a scoreless Division I field hockey quarterfinal battle. The two teams were scoreless, with similar shots on goals and identical penalty corner numbers. Overtime seemed a given. Enter Clare Sheahan. Rice’s leading scorer found the… Read More »

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