Champlain Valley 21, Milton 5
Champlain Valley sprinted out to a 21-0 lead to earn the eventual win over Milton on Monday afternoon.
Jacob Murphy went 2-for-3 with three runs and two RBIs, Storm Rushford was 3-for-5 with two runs and an RBI and Liam Reiner and Chris O’Brien each drove in a run for the unbeaten Redhawks (4-0).
Kyle Rivers earned the win after allowing just two hits over five innings of work.
The Redhawks also got the win at home on Tuesday afternoon, topping Colchester 6-0.
Reiner got the win for CVU in that match-up, going five innings, giving up three hits and striking out eight.
Jacob Griggs was 2-for-3 with three runs and an RBI double, while Aidan Johnson added three walks and an RBI.
Champlain Valley 12, Milton 7
Natalie Gagnon pitched in at the plate and on the mound to help the Champlain Valley softball team capture the win over Milton on Monday afternoon.
Gagnon scored three runs, had a triple and an RBI and worked a two-inning save for the Redhawks (2-2). Gabriella Moreno added three hits, two runs and an RBI. Hattie Roberts gave up four runs in five innings for the win.
Champlain Valley 8, Cape Elizabeth (Maine) 7
The Champlain Valley boys lacrosse team went on the road for its latest win, downing host Cape Elizabeth on Saturday in Maine.
Sam Sturim paced the Redhawks (3-1) with three goals. Walter Braun had a goal and an assist and Andrew Tieso made four saves.
The Redhawks also got a win last Thursday, topping rival Essex 10-7 in the first game of the “Battle of the Bucket” series.
Charlie Bernicke had four goals for CVU, Braun added two goals and an assist and Tieso stopped eight shots.
Champlain Valley 7, Rice 0
The Champlain Valley boys tennis team remained unbeaten after a win over Rice last Thursday afternoon.
Ben Hyams, Justin Hameline, Peter Hyams and Nevin Hood all triumphed in the singles matches, while the Redhawks (3-0) won by default at No. 5 singles and No. 1 and No. 2 doubles.
Champlain Valley 7, St. Johnsbury 0
Champlain Valley continued its run of strong play with a win at St. Johnsury on Tuesday afternoon.
Renee Dauerman, Sophie Dauermen, Kendall Blanc, Meara Heininger and Maddie Huber all won their singles matches to help the Redhawks roll to a win.
Megan Watson and Areille Desmer took the No. 1 singles match, while Corina Gorman and Sami Brown got the win at No. 2 doubles.