CVU 58, BFA-St. Albans 37: Mason Otley’s big second quarter helped the CVU boys basketball team win its fifth game of the season when they topped BFA-St. Albans on Friday.
Otley scored 14 points, all in the second quarter, to pace the Redhawks offense, while Paul Keen added 12 points for CVU (5-2), who have now won three games in a row. Jason West had nine points – all from beyond the arc to round out the top scorers.
A one-two punch at the finish line led to a win for the Champlain Valley Union High School alpine ski team on Monday’s slalom race at Cochran’s Ski Area.
Becca Provost came in first for CVU in 1:40.54, with Olivia Zubarik following in second place. Claire Smith (sixth place) also finished in the top 10 for the Redhawks.
Provost and Zubarik’s top two led CVU to 68 points and a win over Mount Mansfield (111 points). Stowe followed in third (119), Harwood fourth (145), while Lyndon and St. Johnsbury came in fifth and sixth, respectively.
The top finish on the boys side for CVU was Isaac Goldman, who came in eighth place. Sean Gilliam also finished in the top 10, coming in tenth.
Champlain Valley-Mount Mansfield 5, Burlington-Colchester 4: Kiley McClure scored in the third period to lift the Champlain Valley-Mount Mansfield co-op girls hockey team to a win over Burlington-Colchester on Monday at Leddy Park.
Emily Zambrano paced the offense with a goal and three assists, while Lydia Maitland tallied twice for the CougarHawks (4-4-1). Lauren Hanley also scored and Joanna Wright earned the win in net with 20 saves. Last Wednesday, the CougarHawks fell to visiting Rice 4-2, with Hanley scoring both goals and Wright making 25 saves.
BFA-St. Albans 2, CVU 1: The CVU boys hockey team surrendered two goals in the third period to fall to visiting BFA-St. Albans last Wednesday.
Jake Schaefer had the lone goal for the Redhawks (3-5), while Charlie Averill added an assist. Logan Cody took the loss despite stopping 36 shots.
Parker Gratton and Mason Yandow each scored for the undefeated Bobwhites (6-0), while Dan Ellis made nine saves.
CVU 43, St. Johnsbury 35: Shannon Loiseau’s double-double was the difference for the CVU girls basketball team in a rematch of last year’s Division I state championship game.
Louiseau knocked in 11 points and grabbed 10 rebounds for the Redhawks, who move to 7-0. Harper Mead chipped in with nine points, while Lindsey Albertelli hauled in eight rebounds.
Sadie Stetson, last year’s Free Press Miss Basketball, had 15 points for the Hilltoppers (6-1), who were handed their first loss of the season.