Redhawks Recap: May 22, 2014

By Sheri Duff Lady Redhawks find groove The defending state champion Redhawks girls tennis team is on a tear. Since losing to South Burlington on Saturday, May 10 the girls have gone undefeated. Last Tuesday, visiting Champlain Valley defeated Rice 5-2 at Calahan Park. The match results follow: Singles: Kathy Joseph, C def. Paige Hauke,… Read More »

Hooping for a cause

Joannah Ralston of Shelburne hula hooped the entire 5K Fun Run and Jiggety Jog while raising $2,120 for the Visiting Nurse Association’s (VNA) Vermont Respite House on Saturday, May 10 in Burlington. Ralston was the top individual fundraiser at the event. Respite House is a cause close to Ralston’s heart; as a hospice volunteer, Ralston… Read More »

CVU grad continues winning ways

Dillon Machavern, CVU Class of 2013, continues to rack up podium finishes this year. He showed off his talent once more at Virginia International Raceway in the latest Sports Car Club of America (SCCA) showcase as the SCCA US Eastern Conference Majors took center stage for rounds seven and eight of the championship. Machavern made… Read More »

New cycling event comes to Vermont June 14

The Vermont Gran Fondo is the Green Mountain state’s first stand-alone fondo-style cycling event. The inaugural ride will be held on Saturday, June 14 with the start and finish at the Middlebury College Snow Bowl located in Hancock, Vt. It features three different routes (103, 75, 46 miles; two or four mountain climbs) and begins… Read More »

Kwiniaska selects Junior Membership Essay Contest winner

Cooper Gammon, a 12-year-old from South Burlington, won the 2014 Junior Membership to Kwiniaska Golf Club for his essay on “Life Lessons of Golf.” Juniors, under 18 years of age, were invited to submit original essays on how golf provides inspiration to be considered for the yearly membership. “The winning entry was chosen from a… Read More »

Parks and Rec News: May 22, 2014

Call 985-9551 for program and registration information or visit our website, Fall Soccer Registration deadline is Friday, May 23. Please use the Fall Soccer registration form only for this Program (pick up at the office or print from our web site). You must complete one form per child. Children entering grades first through eighth… Read More »

CVU Board to consider future of soggy fields

By Mal Boright A cold spring with a late departure of accumulated snow has left the Champlain Valley Union High School (CVU) clay-based athletic fields in, well, less than optimum condition. Nevertheless, following some 12 postponements and cancellations plus many parking lot practice sessions, the games are going on pending rainy weather. “This spring definitely… Read More »

Covering the Field: Introducing Kyle Stanley

By Sheri Duff In the words of Champlain Valley Union (CVU) head baseball coach Tim Albertson, “Kyle Stanley is a class act.” Albertson complimented, “He’s a heck of a leader, a hard worker, and a team player. Kyle’s having a good year. He always puts his best foot forward in everything he does—even when things… Read More »

Going with the Flo

Shelburne senior athlete Flo Meiler started 2014 off on the right foot. She grabbed four gold medals in the long jump, high jump, pole vault, and two silver medals for shot put and weight throw at the 45th annual Dartmouth Relays in Dartmouth, N.H. this January. At the USA Track & Field South East Region… Read More »

JVA lacrosse improves to 5-1

By Michael Regan Champlain Valley’s JVA boys lacrosse team won a lopsided victory over Spaulding 13-2 on Tuesday, May 6.  The offense was led by midfielder Charlie Bernicke (3 goals, 2 assists) and attackman Owen McCuin (3 goals, 1 assist). Eight different players scored for the Redhawks. After the game, Head Coach David Richardson said… Read More »