Hinesburg 4-H member to compete at State Day

Hinesburg 4-H member to compete at State Day

Regional 4-H members met for the 4-H Northwest Regional Day at Hunt Middle School in Burlington on Saturday, April 18 to share stories and compete for spots at the Vermont 4-H State Day in May; The Regional Day is a prequalification for the gathering of members from Chittenden, Franklin, and Grand Isle counties. Hinesburg 4-H […]

redhawks recap

redhawks recap

Rebels down Redhawks in continued game South Burlington scored in the bottom of the 11th inning to beat the Redhawks 2-1 in a continued game on Wednesday, April 22. Rayne Supple hit a double in the 10th inning but it wasn’t enough. CVU’s Sam Mikell took the loss. After the loss to the Rebels, Supple […]

Charlotte’s Machavern finishes second at Homestead-Miami

Dillon Machavern of Charlotte made his Trans Am Series TA2 debut last month at Sebring International Raceway; despite a disappointing finish due to mechanical difficulties, the team regrouped and focused on building momentum at Homestead-Miami Speedway. Round 2 of the 2015 Trans-Am Championship was the first this year that the TA2 class had a separate, […]

GMBC offers introductory group bike rides

Tired of riding alone on the same old bike paths and roads but worried that you don’t have the skills for a group ride? The Green Mountain Bicycle Club (GMBC) will be offering Introductory Group Rides every other Saturday throughout May and early June. Experienced riders will explain the rules of the road and teach […]

CVU senior to play for Brockton Rox this summer

CVU senior to play for Brockton Rox this summer

CVU senior and former Shelburne Little League baseball player Rayne Supple has signed to play with the Brockton (Mass.) Rox of the Futures Collegiate Baseball League (FCBL) this summer. Supple is a right-handed pitcher and short stop. The league consists of 10 teams from New England and provides student-athletes the opportunity to compete with elite […]

Covering the Field: Introducing Hoyt McCuin

Covering the Field: Introducing Hoyt McCuin

“Hoyt McCuin is an excellent lacrosse player,” began Tilton School head boys lacrosse coach Jonathan Rand. “He’s got great skills. Right now Hoyt plays two different positions for us. I believe his strength is at midfield because he controls the middle of the field. Hoyt is a team player, is of sound character, and he has […]

Covering the Field: Introducing Cooper Willsey

Covering the Field: Introducing Cooper Willsey

Cooper Willsey is incredible. “I started working with Cooper in a mentor, coach role two years ago to help him with his cycling. I was especially interested in working with him because of both the physical and mental promise he showed as a young athlete,” began cyclocross coach Jake Hollenbach. “He has a great combination […]

Redhawks Recap

Redhawks Recap

CVU boys lacrosse team starts season with two losses The Hornets stung the Redhawks 10-9 in overtime during the season opener at Buck Field on Saturday, April 11. Owen McCuin paced the Redhawks with three goals and an assist. Matt Palmer (two assists) and Dylan Schaefer tossed in two goals apiece and Matt Murakami stopped […]

Sam McClellan

Sam McClellan

Sam McClellan is a confident freeskier. “At age 18 Sam was the oldest member of the freeskiing squad this season, and with that he brought a whole lot of maturity, cognitive thinking skills, and refined talent,” Ry Young, Freeride Team Director at Mad River Glen noted. “Like most teenagers Sam had his struggles, but in […]

Charlotte’s Laurel Jaunich named Miss Basketball

Charlotte’s Laurel Jaunich named Miss Basketball

Laurel Jaunich did it. Not only was she recently named Miss Basketball, she managed to keep the Miss Basketball accolades in the Champlain Valley Union (CVU) family, the second CVU player to receive the honor in the last three years. Before being named Miss Basketball, an honor given to the state’s top player by the […]

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