Nov. 18, 2010
Former CVU soccer mates lead college teams
Four seasons ago, Micah Rose and Tyler Macnee led Champlain Valley Union High’s soccer team to a state Division 1 title.
Now, as college juniors, they are leading their teams into NCAA tournament action.
Rose, a midfielder and team captain at Swarthmore College in Lancaster, Pa., was named to the All-Centennial Conference team for a second straight year after pacing the Garnets to a 15-1-3 record and a spot in the NCAA Division 3 Tournament.
With Rose scoring six goals and eight assists, Swarthmore was ninth in the nation in a recent poll. Rose was also named to the 2010 Conference Academic Honor Roll.
Macnee, along with former Redhawk teammate Carson Cornbrooks, have Middlebury College headed to the Division 3 sectionals this coming weekend after a 2-1 victory over William Paterson College on Sunday. Macnee potted the game-winning goal with just under a minute remaining in regulation time.
Cornbrooks, a senior, has played in 77 games since joining the Panthers in his 2007 freshman year.
The 15-3-1 Panthers will take on Babson on Saturday at Bowdoin College in Maine.
Wrestling sign-ups on Thursday
Registration for seventh and eighth grade wrestlers in Chittenden South Supervisory Union, which includes Williston, began this week. The final day of sign-ups is Thursday.
The kindergarten through eighth grade wrestling club serves as a feeder program for Champlain Valley Union High School’s wrestling team. The club is entering its 12th season.
Coach Wayne Ring said athletes will learn the skills of folk style wrestling, balance, strength and teamwork. Practices are held from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. at Hinesburg Community School on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays, with tournaments on Saturdays.
Registration takes place from 6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. on Nov. 18 in the Hinesburg Community School cafeteria. The cost of $65 includes a uniform. For more information, call Ring at 482-3747.