Legion baseball drops four, rallies for one win

Legion baseball drops four, rallies for one win

A loss on Sunday in the heat capped off a 1-4 week for the S.D. Ireland Legion baseball team. S.D. Ireland traveled to Schenectady, N.Y. to take on the Montreal Titans, posting a 6-3 loss. Kyle Rivers went five innings and allowed four runs on seven hits in the loss. Jacob Murphy, Lars Jensen and… Read More »

CVU athletes still busy on the fields into summertime

CVU athletes still busy on the fields into summertime

A host of Champlain Valley Union athletes represented the Redhawks last week in the Twin State matchups in baseball, field hockey and girls lacrosse. Maitland Honored Lydia Maitland – fresh off being named the Burlington Free Press’s female athlete of the year –  helped the Vermont side to a 4-1 win in the 35th annual… Read More »

CVU Football work crew scores donation

CVU Football work crew scores donation

Champlain Valley Union High School football players recently helped pack up a large customer order of mini meat sticks at the Vermont Smoke & Cure meat production facility located down the road from CVU in Hinesburg. For their efforts, company Chief Executive Tara Murphy presented the players with a $500 check to their program. Murphy,… Read More »

High school athletes earn postseason accolades

High school athletes earn postseason accolades

Champlain Valley Union’s Natalie Durieux was named the Gatorade Vermont Girls Soccer Player of the Year this week. The Hinesburg native scored nine goals and recorded seven assists this season as she led the Redhawks to the Division I state championship and an undefeated 17-0 season last fall. Durieux was also named the Burlington Free… Read More »

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 »

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