Redhawks Recap

CVU, Spillane crowned state champs

As expected, CVU senior Taylor Spillane earned the crown of Division I State Champion at the Vermont State Cross-Country Championships at Thetford Academy on Saturday. Spillane finished with a winning time of 19:07. Strong performances by Autumn Eastman in 2nd, Julienne Devita in 5th, Abby Keim in 10th, and Carly Neeld in 13th rounded out the Redhawks’ top finishers to give CVU the win as a team for the fourth consecutive year.

CVU boys place 2nd at XC states

The Redhawks cross-country team placed 2nd at the Vermont State Cross-Country Championships at Thetford Academy on Saturday, behind South Burlington. Nick Bouton, Sean Delaney, and Clarke Shedd all had top-15 finishes for the Redhawks.

Field Hockey wins in quarterfinals

The #7 Redhawks beating the #2 Essex Hornets during Friday’s Division I field hockey quarterfinals came as somewhat of a surprise to many. Katie Arms’ goal lifted CVU to a 1-0 win over Essex while Evangeline Dunphy had 11 saves in goal.

Burhans’ hat trick advances Redhawks

In Saturday’s quarterfinal matchup, CVU junior Haliana Burhans scored a hat trick to lead the Redhawks soccer team to a 4-0 victory over South Burlington. The final goal came from freshman Megan Gannon off a pass from Mackenzie Buckman. Lily Harris and Maddie Turnau combined for the three-save shutout.

Redhawks goalkeeper Lily Harris, in red, receives an embrace from her teammate after the CVU girls soccer team beat South Burlington in the D-I quarterfinals Saturday. Photo by vtsportsimages.com

Haley scores 3 in quarterfinals

Shane Haley’s hat trick was the driving force behind CVU’s 5-1 win over Mt. Mansfield. Tucker Shelley and Noah Lieberman each contributed a goal while Brandon O’Connell had four saves in goal for the Redhawks.

Football team loses in quarterfinals

Despite an impressive fourth-quarter rally, the CVU Redhawks football team fell to BFA-St. Albans 14-17 on Friday, Oct. 26, during the Division I quarterfinals. BFA-St. Albans had the only points on the scoreboard until the fourth quarter when the Redhawks stepped up, albeit it a bit too late.

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