Skyler Kingsbury scored a hat trick and the Champlain Valley girls’ soccer team remained unbeaten with a win over Brattleboro Monday afternoon.

The Champlain Valley defense gave up only 90 yards and the Redhawks earned their third win of the season by beating Mount Mansfield on Saturday.

The youth football team Buccaneers, part of the Northern Vermont Youth Football League comprised of 16 teams from around northern Vermont in action in September.

Champlain Valley quarterback Max Destito threw for 183 passing yards and four touchdowns to help lead the Redhawks to a win over Burr and Burton on Saturday afternoon.

Shelburne’s Kaiden Fisher ran a safe race to finish 11th on Friday, Sept. 17, at the King of the Road championship night to make him an official RK Miles Street Stock champion.

Last season, after COVID-19 forced high school football into a 7-on-7, non-tackle game, the Champlain Valley team made the best of the situation — advancing all the way to the regional championship.


Bob Johnson, the associate executive director for the Vermont Principals Association, which oversees high school sports in the state, said COVID-19 this past winter changed the rules of the game quickly.

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