Exercise for everybody made easy By Mike Dee P.T. Is there anything in the world that is completely free and gives back so much? Think about those times when you did a little exercise and you felt better, in spite of a few sore muscles, and talked about it longer than the exercises you did.… Read More »
By Andy McLellan The CVU boys cross country took first place in one of the varsity division races this past weekend at the Manhattan College High School Invitational at Van Cortlandt Park in the Bronx, N.Y. Because there were so many teams competing in the invitational, varsity races where broken up into seven races each… Read More »
The CVU Football Team Boosters is holding a Calcutta Fundraiser, Saturday, Oct. 15, from 6:00pm to 9:00pm at the Fraternal Order of Eagles Club at 1233 Shelburne Rd. in South Burlington. Tickets are $100 each for a numbered ping pong ball, each numbered 2-99. One in every 10 numbers drawn wins $100 cash. The final… Read More »
The Redhawks dropped Colchester 36-24 last weekend and now have two away games to finish out the regular season. CVU travels to Mt. Anthony in Bennington this week on Friday at 7pm and Middlebury on Oct. 21 for a contest at 7pm
Shelburne’s Ted Ryan is the recipient of the prestigious Joe Concannon Media Award, Hockey East Commissioner Joe Bertagna announced today from the league’s annual media day at TD Garden. He becomes the first Burlington Free Press writer to win the award. The honor, named in 2001 in memory of long-time Boston Globe sportswriter Joe Concannon,… Read More »
By Andy McLellan The CVU boys and girls cross country teams excelled at two recent invitational meets against competition from throughout New England. At the Manchester, NH Invitational on Sept. 24, the girls took first and the boys placed second. Tyler Marshall for CVU took second with a time of 15:52 and Sophia Gorman paced… Read More »
The Champlain Valley Hawks Youth and Junior High wrestling program is signing up athletes for its winter season during an open house on Oct. 18 at United Fighting Arts Institute in Williston from 6-7pm. Athletes can learn more about the sport and sign up at the open house. The non-profit program is open to students… Read More »
In a rematch of the 2015 State Championship the CVU Boys’ Volleyball team put away Essex, 3-1. CVU broke the Hornets’ four-season winning streak. “It was a critical game to show that CVU has what it takes to be State Champions in 2016,” said head coach Jeff Boliba.