Lightning suspends lax game last week

CVU goalie Sarah Caffry makes a save during girls high school lacrosse action at Essex last week. The game was called because of lightning and has not been completed. Photo by vtsportsimages.com

CVU goalie Sarah Caffry makes a save during girls high school lacrosse action at Essex last week. The game was called because of lightning and has not been completed. Photo by vtsportsimages.com

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.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

*

You may use these HTML tags and attributes: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <strike> <strong>