Redhawks Recap

CVU junior Max Brown scored the game winner against Mount Mansfield last Friday. Photo by

CVU junior Max Brown scored the game winner against Mount Mansfield last Friday. Photo by

By Sheri Duff

Redhawks post OT win
CVU’s Max Brown scored the game winner with three minutes left in double overtime to beat Mount Mansfield 1-0 in soccer on Friday, Oct. 11. Chris Reiss posted the assist while Brandon O’Connell finished with five saves.

Field hockey team on a roll
The field hockey team is on a roll. And so is Amanda Whitbeck. She scored early against Burlington; but the Seahorses were able to knot the score 2-2 at Buck Hard Field Monday night.

Sierra Saia also scored and Eva Dunphy made eight saves. Whitbeck and Katie Arms scored a goal apiece to lead the Redhawks over the Rebels 2-1 on Saturday, Oct. 12. Anna Georgesdottir earned an assist while Eva Dunphy had two stops for CVU. Three days earlier the Redhawks defeated the Lakers 1-0 on Whitbeck’s tally with four minutes remaining in overtime.

Redhawks remain unbeaten
CVU’s Haliana Burhans did it again. She scored twice to lead the Redhawks 2-0 over Essex in girls soccer action Tuesday. Mackenzie Kingston made an assist and Maddie Turnau had four saves for the 13-0 Redhawks. Burhans also scored twice and had an assist during CVU’s 5-0 win over Mount Mansfield Saturday, Oct. 12. Laura Jennings scored early in the match while Mackenzie Buckman and Kingston added goals in the second-half. Michaela Flore had four saves. Last Wednesday the Champlain Valley girls soccer team scored twice in the second half to defeat the Lakers 2-0 in Colchester. Emma Davitt and Emily Kinneston scored while Flore made two saves to preserve the shutout.

CVU football team tops Mt. Anthony
Jason Cora rushed for two touchdowns and Champlain Valley beat Mount Anthony 28-0 in Division I high school football action Saturday, Oct. 12 at home. Richard Lowrey and Alex Bulla also scored for CVU while Max Whitcomb made all four extra points.

Eastman finishes 2nd in New York
The CVU cross country team participated in the Manhattan Cross Country Invitational in Manhattan, N.Y on Saturday, Oct. 12. Setting the pace was CVU’s Autumn Eastman who finished in second place overall with a time of 14 minutes and 23.1 seconds. The results are as follows:

Girls Top 100: 2. Autumn Eastman 14:23.1; 42. Sophia Gorman, 15:44.2; 66. Abby Keim, 16:13; 86. Emma Putre 16:30; 94. Haley Harder 16:41.6 and 95. Carly Neeld, 16:42.2.

Boys Top 100: 9. Zach Marshall, 13:45.9; 34. Tyler Marshall, 13:53.6; 49. Will Kay, 14:03.7; 87. Tyler Wong, 14:39.4; and 91. Devon Cantor, 14:44.6.

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