Fourth state title win for CVU girls tennis

Fourth state title win for CVU girls tennis

For the fourth year in a row, Champlain Valley Union High School girls tennis won against sixth-seeded South Burlington in the Division I championship. Friday’s showdown was the sixth year the two teams were head-to-head in the championship, and CVU won big at 7-0. All five Redhawks singles players and both doubles teams won their… Read More »

Boys lacrosse dominates with sixth straight D-I crown

Boys lacrosse dominates with sixth straight D-I crown

By Tom O’Leary The top-seeded Champlain Valley Union High School boys lacrosse team continued their dynastic reign as they defeated third-ranked BFA-St. Albans 16-6 for the Division I crown on Saturday. The final matchup came at the University of Vermont’s Virtue Field where the Redhawks (17-1) never trailed the Bobwhites (12-5) en route to their… Read More »

Shelburne’s Rayne Supple heads to the big leagues

Shelburne’s Rayne Supple heads to the big leagues

Shelburne native Rayne Supple played his first baseball game when he was 5 years old, as a member of the Shelburne Phillies Little League Team at Shelburne Town Fields. He was throwing left-handed at the time, and fielding with the right-handed glove his father had bought for him. Bill Supple had assumed that his son… Read More »

Redhawk girls claim individual titles at state track final meet

Redhawk girls claim individual titles at state track final meet

Two Champlain Valley Union runners earned first-place finishes at the Division I high school track and field championships on Saturday at Burlington High School. Caroline Hill earned an individual title in the 200-meter run for the Redhawks, finishing in 26.79 seconds. Hill also came in second place in the 100-meter dash. Ella Whitman also came… Read More »

Baseball cut short by St. J

No. 8 St. Johnsbury scored eight runs in the top of Saturday’s sixth inning to blow open the Division I quarterfinal game against top-seed Champlain Valley Union and pull off an 11-2 upset win. The Redhawks (16-2) held a 1-0 lead heading into the sixth inning but surrendered eight runs, then gave up three more… Read More »

CVU bullpen winds up for D-I playoffs run

CVU bullpen winds up  for D-I playoffs run

No matter what, during the high school baseball playoffs, someone runs into a pitching problem. Maybe it’s the weather wreaking havoc on the schedule, or a tough opponent pushing a pitcher past his pitch limit, a team will have to juggle to get its best throwers on the mound. Champlain Valley Union probably won’t have… Read More »

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