Someone hung a medal around Emma Cooley’s neck and ushered her towards a podium next to two girls in sparkling leotards.
Vermont high school sports continue to take baby steps towards the winter season. On Friday, Jan. 15, Gov. Phil Scott said high school and recreational sports restrictions were being loosened a little bit.
Gov. Phil Scott announced on Dec. 22 that schools could resume non-contact, socially distanced practice on Dec. 26, allowing the winter sports season to — very slowly — get started.
Ever since fishing rods were invented, bass fishing has been a sport in Vermont and on Lake Champlain. Until three years ago, bass fishing was not offered at high schools, but for the last thr…
After a successful fall sports schedule — which saw students wear masks during practices and games, a switch to 7-vs-7 football and volleyball moved to the outdoors — the state of Vermont announced that the winter sports season would be allowed to go forward.
Through 61 straight wins and eight state titles during the last decade, the Champlain Valley Union High School girls’ soccer team has gotten their fair share of lucky bounces.
Saturday’s championship high school football game didn’t have the fanfare spectators are used to during a Division I state title, and it didn’t have the hard hits and bruising run of a regular…
Some things about the Vermont state cross country championships were very different. But one thing remained the same: state titles for the Champlain Valley Union High School runners.
The battle for the Division I field hockey state title was a staring contest between undefeated Bellows Falls and No. 3 Champlain Valley Union High School on Halloween at Burr & Burton.