The Vermont high school sports social media landscape went wild on Saturday afternoon with a highlight reel touchdown catch.
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.
The Champlain Valley football team opened up a 14-0 lead in the first quarter and did not look back as it beat Burlington-South Burlington on Saturday afternoon.
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.
Approximately 100 Shelburne and Charlotte Little League players, ages 5 to 8, their siblings and parents went to Lake Monsters game, Saturday, July 18, at Centennial Field in Burlington.
Two days of blue skies and mostly fair breezes welcomed Lake Champlain’s best sailors back to Town Farm Bay for this year’s Diamond Island Regatta and its new partner, the Split Rock Race.