Redhawks dominate spring sports

Redhawks dominate spring sports

SOFTBALL CVU 12, Burlington 4: The Champlain Valley softball team beat Burlington on Thursday to move to 3-0 to start the season. The Redhawks’ win follows up a very close victory on Wednesday. CVU beat visiting St. Johnsbury 12-10 to continue their hot start. BASEBALL CVU 14, Burlington 0: Storm Rushford struck out seven and… Read More »

Wrestlers qualify, boys basketball wins, hockey falls, skiers make top 10

Wrestlers qualify, boys basketball wins, hockey falls, skiers make top 10

By LAUREN READ Sports Correspondent Two Champlain Valley wrestlers qualified for the New England Championships with strong performances at the Ver-mont high school state championships on Friday and Saturday. Jared Forsythe earned runner-up honors in the 182-pound weight class. Will Murphy finished in third place in the 195-pound category, also earning a New Englands nod.… Read More »

CVU boys win and lose, girls keep winning

CVU boys win and lose, girls keep winning

By LAUREN READ BOYS BASKETBALL CVU 61, St. Johnsbury 52: Champlain Valley rebounded from a weekend loss with a win over St. Johnsbury on Monday. The Redhawks overcame a 33-29 first half deficit to earn the win. Nikos Carroll scored 15 of his 17 points in the second half to lead CVU (9-7). Ethan Harvey… Read More »

CVU basketball: Hoops on fire

CVU basketball: Hoops on fire

By LAUREN READ GIRLS BASKETBALL CVU 61, South Burlington 20: Champlain Valley Union girls basketball has had a big week with two big wins as they kept their streak going. On Monday night, they scored 23 points in the third quarter to pull away for a win over South Burlington. Catherine Gilwee led the way… Read More »

CVU dominates courts; ski racers hit the trails

CVU dominates courts; ski racers hit the trails

By LAUREN READ GIRLS BASKETBALL CVU 49, St. Johnsbury 40. Champlain Valley Union got a measure of payback for last year’s Division I title game loss, beating St. Johnsbury 49-40 on Tuesday night. Makenna Boyd paced the RedHawks with an 18-point effort on the road. Catherine Gilwee added 11 points and Julia Blanck was strong… Read More »