July 21, 2017

Second shutout of season for boys lacrosse

Senior Redhawk defender Mike Ford outplays his Middlebury defenders during a May 17 game at Champlain Valley Union. The Redhawks won 6-0.  (Observer photo by Jayson Argento)

Senior Redhawk defender Mike Ford outplays his Middlebury defenders during a May 17 game at Champlain Valley Union. The Redhawks won 6-0.
(Observer photo by Jayson Argento)

Champlain Valley Union High School boys lacrosse goalie Owen Hudson racked up 11 saves in the Redhawks May 17 battle with Middlebury Union High, securing CVU’s second shutout of the season.

CVU beat Middlebury 6-0, with five Redhawks—Nevin DiParlo, Hoyt McCuin, Alex Bulla, Elliot Mitchell and Steele Dubrul—contributing goals. The win brought the Redhawks’ record up to 9-3.

CVU also shut out Spaulding High on May 11, 13-0.

After a Wednesday afternoon game against Burlington High, the Redhawks have just three games left in the regular season.

On Saturday, they play BFA St. Albans, a team they beat 14-1 earlier in the spring. The final two games—South Burlington High on May 28 and tough Essex High on May 31—will be played at home.

—Stephanie Choate, Observer staff

 

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