By Sheri Duff
Champlain Valley finally broke its 7-game losing streak by overcoming Mount Mansfield 15-10 in high school lacrosse action Tuesday, May 28 in Jericho. A week ago Lucia Llona had a hat trick and Jane Baker and Kate Raszka each tallied a goal apiece, while Sarah Caffry made 17 saves but it wasn’t enough. South Burlington routed CVU 20-5.
Winning streak comes to an end
A third inning rally propelled BFA-St. Albans to a 3-0 win over Champlain Valley on Tuesday, May 28 in St. Albans. Dylan Ireland and Rayne Supple supplied the hits while Ireland took the loss. A series of late rallies and key hits by Davis Mikell, Will Potter, and Kirk Fontana gave the Redhawks a 6-4 win at Missisquoi on Tuesday, May 21. CVU pitcher Kyle Stanley went six innings, striking out six. Fontana added a RBI on a pair of singles for the Redhawks. MVU’s Matt St. Amour pitched a complete game, giving up three earned runs, and striking out 10.
CVU head baseball coach Tim Albertson said, “This is a relentless group, they refuse to go down without a fight. Kyle Stanley battled all game and settled down well. Kirk Fontana and Will Potter came up big for us in RBI situations.”
Softball team loses two in a row
Missisquoi defeated Champlain Valley 18-3 in six innings last Tuesday, May 21. Makenzie Roberts and Bronwen Hopwood had hits for CVU. Pitcher Clair Potter took the loss.
On Tuesday, May 28 BFA-St. Albans defeated Champlain Valley 17-2. Hopwood and Alannah Roy had two hits apiece for the Redhawks.
Rebels narrowly defeat Redhawks
South Burlington beat Champlain Valley 7-6 on Tuesday, May 28 to end an 4-game winning streak. Last Thursday Champlain Valley downed Burlington 19-9 in boys high school lacrosse action. Alex Bulla scored four goals to lead CVU. Hoyt McCuin and Nevin Diparlo each had a hat trick while Matt Palmer and Elliott Mitchell scored two goals apiece. Owen Hudson made eight saves.
CVU places third at golf metro championships
Team scores (through 9 holes, due to weather): Essex 169 (NVAC Champions), Mount Mansfield 172, Champlain Valley 172, Spaulding 173, St. Johnsbury 174, BFA-St. Albans 175, South Burlington 176, Rice 179, Mount Abraham 182, Colchester 184, Missisquoi 234. The following scores were as follows: Carter Knox 41, Peter Scrimgeour 42, Patrick Pattison 44, Ryan Grabon-Akey 45, and Forrest Dodds 45.
Scrimegour leads CVU to runner up total
At the Division I High school boys golf sectionals at Jay Peak on Tuesday, May 28 Peter Scrimegour carded a 72 to pace Champlain Valley. Champlain Valley carded the following scores: Forest Dodds 96, Grabon-Akey 89, Patrick Pattison 84, Carter Knox 80, Peter Scrimegour 72.
Boys tennis team advances
The Redhawks defeated Burr and Burton 5-2 in a tennis playdown at Manchester on Tuesday, May 28. The following matches were recorded: Singles: Joey O’Brien CVU def. Brennan Webb, BBA 6-3, 2-6, (10-7); Skylar Golann CVU def. Kevin Walla, BBA 6-1,6-2; Conor McQuiston, CVU def. Tim Geskes, BBA 7-6 (7-2), 6-4; Ryan Schnerman, CVU def. Dave Shehadi, BBA 6-2, 6-4; Noah Wetherald, BBA def. Stephen Asch, CVU 6-4, 6-4. Doubles: Alan Chen/Conor Harrington, BBA def. Josh Huber/Bayard Baker, CVU 3-6, 7-6, 7-5 (10-7); Zach Holman/William H. Walker, CVU def. Oliver Le/Adam Heaton, BBA 6-3, 6-4.
Girls track results at Essex Invitational:
100 meters: 2. Haliana Burhans, CVU 12.65.
200: 1. Burhans, CVU 26.37
800: 4. Autumn Eastman, CVU 2:19.26
1,500: 1. Eastman, CVU 4:45.76
3,000: 2. Taylor Spillane, CVU 10:22.72; 3. Julienne Devita, CVU 10:26.75
300 hurdles: 5. Eliza Giles, CVU 50.31
4×100: 3. Champlain Valley 51.98
4×800: 1. Champlain Valley (Devita, Eastman, Slimovitch, Spillane), 9:46.87;
High jump: 6. Abigail Eddy, CVU 4-9.
Pole vault: 2. Emily Geske, CVU 9-0;
Javelin: 2. Brianna Hake, CVU 113
Boys track results at Essex Invitational
800 meters: 6. Jared Keyes, CVU 2:01.97.
110 hurdles: 4. Roshi Brooklyn, CVU 15.46
300 hurdles: 4. Brooklyn, CVU 42.21
4×400: 5. Champlain Valley 3:37.39
4×800: 1. Champlain Valley (Marshall, Delaney, Keyes, Longenbach) 8:16.78
Pole vault: 2. Brian Boisjoli, CVU 13-0; 6. Oren Klempner, CVU 11-6.