redhawks recap

by Jackson Evans

This weekend at CVU, both boys and girls soccer teams hosted games with the Colchester Lakers. The girls field hockey team traveled to South Burlington for a rematch with the Rebels.

Boys soccer emerged victorious, 1-0, when Dillon Hamrell headed in a goal from a feed by Joe Parento in the second half of play. Going into the playoffs, Coach Katie Mack emphasized the importance of ball control and taking as many shots on goal as possible. The boys open the post-season with Spaulding High School at home.

Girls soccer lost a 2-1 heartbreaker in the 38-degree rain of Saturday morning. Catherine Cazayoux drilled home a Sierra Morton pass to give the Redhawks a 1-0 lead at halftime. It took the Lakers (14-0) until the last minute of the second overtime to score their winning goal. The girls will host North Country High School to begin their playoff run.

The field hockey team traveled to South Burlington, where they blanked the #1 ranked Rebels, 2-0. Kate MacHavern and Natalie Paquette each tallied a goal for the Redhawks.

This weekend at CVU, both boys and girls soccer teams hosted games with the Colchester Lakers. The girls field hockey team traveled to South Burlington for a rematch with the Rebels.

Boys soccer emerged victorious, 1-0, when Dillon Hamrell headed in a goal from a feed by Joe Parento in the second half of play. Going into the playoffs, Coach Katie Mack emphasized the importance of ball control and taking as many shots on goal as possible. The boys open the post-season with Spaulding High School at home.

Girls soccer lost a 2-1 heartbreaker in the 38-degree rain of Saturday morning. Catherine Cazayoux drilled home a Sierra Morton pass to give the Redhawks a 1-0 lead at halftime. It took the Lakers (14-0) until the last minute of the second overtime to score their winning goal. The girls will host North Country High School to begin their playoff run.

The field hockey team traveled to South Burlington, where they blanked the #1 ranked Rebels, 2-0. Kate MacHavern and Natalie Paquette each tallied a goal for the Redhawks.

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