CVU wrestlers head to state championship this weekend

Seven Champlain Valley Union High School wrestlers are ready to take on the best in the state at the Vermont State Wrestling Championships at Otter Valley Union High School this weekend. The tournament begins on Friday at 10:45 a.m. and continues through Saturday. Three CVU wrestlers will earn top four seeds in their respective weight… Read More »

CVU dethrones Essex for gymnastics title

CVU dethrones Essex for gymnastics title

The Champlain Valley Union gymnastics team has waited 12 years for a chance to take down powerhouse Essex. They have waited 29 years to see themselves once again named Vermont state champions. On Saturday, the wait was over. The Redhawks earned a team score of 142.325 to beat the 12-time defending state champs and win… Read More »

Redhawk Recap

GIRLS HOCKEY Champlain Valley-Mount Mansfield 10, Spaulding 3: Champlain Valley-Mount Mansfield delivered decisively in a win over Spaulding on Monday night. CVU’s Jackie Ryan had three goals and two assists, while Lydia Maitland added a hat trick. Kiley McClure had two goals and two assists for a four-point night, while Flynn Hall and Lauren Hanley… Read More »

CVU girls pass test, are primed for postseason run

CVU girls pass test, are primed for postseason run

For the first time all season, the Champlain Valley Union girls basketball team hit a speedbump last week. The unbeaten Redhawks fell to St. Johnsbury last Wednesday, suffering their first loss of the season, and a largely untested team faced its first test: How would it respond? Three days later, halfway into Saturday’s game against… Read More »

Redhawks recap

Redhawks recap

The Champlain Valley Union gymnastics team used their final match of the regular season to top St. Johnsbury and finish the regular season undefeated. The Redhawks scored 137.65 points to outearn the Hilltoppers, who came in with 127.45 points. Tali Guibardo was the top individual finisher for CVU, with the top spot in the vault… Read More »

CVU girls track goes the distance

While the team competitions belonged to other schools on Saturday’s Division I Vermont indoor track state championships, the girls distance races belonged to Champlain Valley Union High School. CVU freshman Alice Larson, the only Redhawk girl to finish in the top five in the individual competitions, won the 1,500 meter race and the 3,000 meter… Read More »

Curling fundraiser takes final sweep March 10

Curling fundraiser takes final sweep March 10

The Howard Center’s ninth and final annual Curling Challenge is just around the corner with organizers saying the event will be retired after this year. Saturday, March 10, teams will take to the ice at Cairns Arena in South Burlington for their final fundraising matches to support the nonprofit counseling center. “We decided it would… Read More »

The winning streak continues

The winning streak continues

A matchup of two of the top teams in Division I girls basketball turned slightly scary midway through the second quarter Monday night when Tim Rice, the Rice Memorial High School coach, collapsed in the second quarter of the game at Champlain Valley Union High School. Rice, who also collapsed at the 2015 D-I semifinal… Read More »

Little League preparing for summer season

Since its inception in 1973, Shelburne Little League’s baseball and softball programs have grown to include close to 300 players and more than 50 coaches from Shelburne, Hinesburg and Charlotte. Divisions span from Pee Wee T-Ball to Babe Ruth with much work behind the scenes to keep the league running. This includes planning pre-season training… Read More »