|April 27, 2012||Filled under Redhawks Recap||
Rebels defeat Hawks in first loss of season
South Burlington cruised to an 11-3 win over Champlain Valley in high school boys lacrosse action Saturday, April 21. Chris Bulla, Steele Dubrul, and Griffin Brady scored for the 5-1 Redhawks. Will Fay made six saves.
Last Wednesday, April 18, Christian Goulette scored four times and had three assists as Champlain Valley defeated BFA-St. Albans 13-1 in Hinesburg. Charlie Shea and Chris Bulla each had a hat trick to spark CVU’s offense. Hoyt McCuin, Garrett Linck, Jack Gingras also tallied. Fay and Owen Hudson combined for eight saves.
Girls win, boys place second at CVU track meet
The results for the CVU track meet on Wednesday, April 18 are as follows:
100m: 1. Haliana Burhans. Tallon Tomasi. 200m:1. Burhans. 400 m: 2. Julienne Devita. 800 m: 1. Autumn Eastman 2. Rachel Slimovitch, 3. Claire Trotter. 1500m: 1. Taylor Spillane, 3. Adrienne Devita. 3000m: 2. Kate Burke, 3. Cally Braun. 100 hurdles: 3. Aleandra Nostrand. 300 hurdles: 2. Isabelle Unger. 4×100 relay: CVU. 4×400: CVU 4×800: CVU. High jump: 2. Maddie Tieso, 3. Sara Lewis. Pole vault: 2. Lewis. Shot put: 1. Kyla Leary. Discus: 2. Brianna Hake. Javelin: 1. Hake.
Boys: 200m: 3. Travis Lafrance. 400m: 1. Thomas Keller. 3. David Daly. 1500m: 2. Jared Keyes. 110 hurdles: 1. Roshi Brooklyn, 2. Keith Kelly, 3. Evan Harry. 300 hurdles: 1. Brooklyn, 2. Kelly, 3. Phillip Sheedy. 4×100 relay: 2. CVU. 4×400 relay: 1. CVU. 4×800 relay: 1. CVU. High jump: 1. Shane Haley, 2. Matt Bauer, 3. Adam Allegretta. Long jump: 3. Keller. Triple jump: 1. Haley, 2. Cody Putre. Pole vault: 2. Brian Boisjoli, 3. Putre. Javelin: 2. Sean Delaney.
CVU girls lose to Rebels
Last Friday, April 20 the Champlain Valley girls lacrosse team lost to South Burlington 11-5. Abby Owens scored two goals to lead CVU.
Baseball stays perfect
Curt Echo pitched a complete game, striking out nine as CVU defeated St. Johnsbury 10-1 Friday, April 20. Davis Mikell went 2-for-3 and recorded three RBIs while Echo went 3-for-3. Brendan Davitt and Tucker Kolasch each went 2-for-3 to help the Redhawks remain perfect.
Softball takes another loss
St. Johnsbury cruised by Champlain Valley 14-4 on Friday, April 20. A six run first inning was CVU’s undoing. Alannah Roy had two hits including a double for the Redhawks.