By Sheri Duff
Baseball on winning streak
Champlain Valley scored eight runs in the first inning to cruise past South Burlington 15-0 in five innings on Friday at home. During the Strike Out Cancer game rescheduled from Thursday, Sam Mikell went 3-for-4 with three RBIs and Will Potter went 2-for-3 with three RBIs to lead CVU. Deagan Poland went 1-for-4 and 2 RBIs and Shea Ireland had two hits. Winning pitcher Rayne Supple struck out eight and threw five innings of two-hit ball for the 5-1 Redhawks. On Tuesday night, Supple was at it again. His first inning two-run homer gave Champlain Valley an early lead they would not relinquish, defeating St. Johnsbury 12-1. Kyle Stanley struck out 10 and had four hits in his complete game effort. Potter had four hits (three runs), Supple went 2-for-2 with three RBIs, Hayden Smith went 2-for-3 with four RBIs, Poland was 3-for-3 (four runs) while Mikell went 3-for-5 and two RBIs.
Girls track team wins at Milton
On Tuesday the Champlain Valley Union girls track team won its meet at Milton. The results are as follows: 100 meters: 2. Malina Carroll 200: 1. Naomi Burhans, 28.97; 3. Abbey Norris. 400: 3. Carly Caswell. 800: 1. Autumn Eastman, 2:18.65; 2. Leah Berger. 1,500: 3. Haley Harder. 3,000: 1. Sophia Gorman, 11:15.85; 2. Haley Harder; 3. Carly Neeld. 100 hurdles: 1. Katie Arms, CVU 17.84; 2. Emily Geske. 300 hurdles: 3. Eliza Giles.4×100: 1. Champlain Valley, 52.81. 4×400: 1. Champlain Valley, 4:18.02. 4×800: 1. Champlain Valley, 10:01.42. Pole vault: 1. Emily Geske, 9-0; 2. Alison Kahn; 3. Jessie Johnson. Triple jump: 2. Maeve Higgins Shot put: 2. Brianna Hake; 3. Allison Kloeckner. Discus: 2. Arianna Davis. 3. Emily Ray. Javelin: 1. Brianna Hake, 125-5; 3. Ming Fen Congdon.
Golf team places third last week
The CVU golf team placed third in a match at Vermont National Country Club in South Burlington last Wednesday. The results were as follows: Carter Knox 40, Peter Scrimgeour 43, Will Ryan 45, Ryan Grabone-Akey 49, and Will McAllister 49.
Softball seizes first win
Champlain Valley scored 11 times to grab its first win 17-15 over South Burlington at Friday’s make up Strike Out Cancer Game in South Burlington. Bronwen Hopwood and Elizabeth Boutin had three hits apiece. Winning pitcher Natalie Gagnon and Mikayla Clark each had two hits for CVU. After their first win, Champlain Valley gave up 15 walks, losing to St. Johnsburty 22-12 on Tuesday. Gagnon hit a two-run single for the Redhawks.
Redhawks prepare for Rebels
Nevin DiParlo and Dylan Schaefer scored hat tricks to lead Champlain Valley past BFA-St. Albans 16-4 last Friday in Hinesburg. Kaleb Godbout and Matt Palmer scored twice each, with six other Redhawks contributing: Elliott Mitchell, one assist, Noah Kiernan, Drew Pitcher, Griffin DiParlo, Zack Evans, and Graham Hulvey. Five stops were made by Owen Hudson and Chris Gronlund combined. Champlain Valley defeated Spaulding 17-3 Tuesday afternoon at home thanks to the offensive minded Nevin DiParlo and Cam Rivard. The duo netted 3 goals apiece while Hoyt McCuin (three assists), Mitchell (two assists), and Griffin DiParlo scored twice each. Steele DuBrul added a goal (one assist) and Godbout, Kiernan, Kyle Jaunich, and Alex Bulla also scored for the 6-1 Redhawks.
Girls tennis team aces St. J
The Redhawks aced St. Johnsbury 7-0 Monday, May 5. The results are as follows:
Singles: Kathy Joseph, C def. Ayame Yazawa, SJ 6-3 6-1; Leah Epstein, C def. Kara Cronin, SJ 6-3 7-5; MacKenzie Buckman, C def. Paula Garcia, SJ 6-0 6-2; Elyse Killkelley, C def. Shyane Miller, SJ 6-2 6-0; Maia Bertrand, C def. Sarah Henderson, SJ 8-4 Doubles: Isabelle Angstman/MacKenzie Kingston, C def. Katie Henderson/Ines Henriquez, SJ 6-3 6-1; Erika Barth/Hadley Menk, C def. Nancy Zheng/Lulu XU, SJ 6-2 6-0.
CVU finishes second at track meet
At the Track & Field meet on Tuesday in Milton, the boys teams placed second. The results are as follows: 400: 3. Evan Trus. 800: 3. Casey Silk. 1,500; 2. Calvin McClellan; 3. Harken Spillane. 3,000: 1. Zach Marshall, 9:32.49; 2. Tyler Marshall; 3. Calvin McClellan. 110 hurdles: 1. Evan Harry, 17.79. 300 hurdles: 2. Evan Harry. 4×400: 1. Champlain Valley, 3:56.81. 4×800: 1. Champlain Valley, 8:55.03. Triple jump: 1. Benjamin Fox, 34-11.75. Discus: 3. Philipp Puender. Javelin: 1. Russell Fox, 150-1; 3. Tupper Hinsdale.
Boys tennis team wins two
The boys tennis team defeated two opponents by a score of 6-1 this week: Stowe on Friday then St. Johnsbury on Monday, May 5. The results for the two matches are as follows:
Stowe Singles: George Lomas, C def. Sam Salvas, S 6-4, 6-2; Skylar Golann, C def. Tyler Mulling, S 7-6, (7-4), 6-3; Joey O’Brien, C def. Noah Mihan, S 6-2, 6-1; Nathan Comai, C def. Wli Mihan, S 6-3, 5-7, 10-4; Louis Daob C def. Tim Gallahger, S 6-4, 6-3. Doubles: David Huber/Ryan Schneiderman, C def. Luke O’Toole/Calvin Dixon; Mike Dogerty/Carl La Babera, S def. Ben Hyams/Bayard Baker, C 6-2, 6-0. St. Johnsbury Singles: George Lomas, C def. Daulet Alimbatyr, SJ 6-2, 6-1; Guy Sahawat, SJ def. Skylar Golann, C (retired); Joey O’Brien, C def. Andrew Burroughs, SJ 6-0, 6-1; Louis Daub, C def. Eric Weiss, SJ 6-1, 6-0; Justin Hameline, C def. Cabar Aguilar, SJ 6-4, 6-0. Doubles: David Huber/Nathan Comai, C def. Javier Cobain/Hebert Durfree, SJ 6-2, 6-1; Stephen Asch/Ryan Schneiderman, C def. Jeff Hugh Huang/Joseph Uyanik, SJ 6-0, 6-1.