CVU’s Chicago: history, mystery, and jazz

CVU’s Chicago: history, mystery, and jazz

By Madison Hakey The longest running American musical on Broadway history has come to CVU this year as the fall musical. Chicago is a seductive and mysterious production based on the original play, written by reporter Maurine Watkins, about two murders she investigated in 1924. The show follows two women by the names of Velma… Read More »

redhawks recap

by Jackson Evans The Champlain Valley Union High School boys and girls soccer teams, as well as the field hockey team, had games this weekend. Boys soccer won 6-0 at North Country, bringing their record to 8-0 on the season. Girls soccer also defeated North Country by a score of 3-0, bringing their record to… Read More »

CVU girls volleyball dominates

CVU girls volleyball dominates

By Sheri Duff CVU girls volleyball beat host Rice Memorial High School 3-0 in a match on Wednesday, Sept. 16. The team had a 95 percent service percentage for the match to go along with 19 kills and 15 blocks. They followed up that victory with another 3-0 win over Burlington High School Tuesday, Sept.… Read More »

Cross Country success at Invitational meet

Cross Country success at Invitational meet

Champlain Valley Union High School Cross Country Teams participated in an invitational meet, the Manchester Invitational, with competitive teams from throughout New England. Varsity Girls placed third in the Large School race (out of 32 teams). Varsity Boys placed 5th in the Large School race (out of 42 teams). Junior Varsity Girls placed first (out… Read More »

Last-minute efforts not enough to stop Essex

Last-minute efforts not enough to stop Essex

By Eli Hark Coming off a two-game winning streak, the CVU football team failed to rally against Essex, leaving the 2-2 Redhawks with plenty to work on before this week’s game in St. Johnsbury. In a shocking game, the 2-1 CVU Redhawks football team fell to 2-2 with their 20-14 loss to the 0-4 Essex… Read More »

CVU returns to house model

By Gail Callahan The inaugural meeting of the Champlain Valley Union High Sshool school board opened up with a report from the new principal. His face at the board table was familiar. CVU Principal Adam Bunting worked at the school for nearly two decades, spent two years as an administrator in another school district and… Read More »

CVU football suffers defeat in season opener

CVU football suffers defeat  in season opener

By Michael Regan Champlain Valley Union (CVU) suffered a tough defeat, 46-19, to Colchester in the first game of the season last Saturday Aug. 30 at the high school in Hinesburg.  Overall, it was a rough day for the Redhawks, but there were standout performances on both sides of the ball. Quarterback Andrew Bortnick led… Read More »

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