Sept. 3, 2009
Former CVU players help UVM women take soccer tourney
Former Champlain Valley Union High player Eliza Bradley, a captain of the University of Vermont women’s soccer team, was named tournament Most Valuable Player this past weekend. Bradley helped the Catamounts capture first place in the Toronto Dominion Bank Classic at Centennial Field.
Bradley made 10 stops Sunday as UVM came from behind to tie Central Connecticut 2-2. The Catamounts earned the tournament title on the strength of having scored more goals in tournament competition.
Another CVU graduate, Emily Milbank, assisted on UVM’s first goal Sunday. The Catamounts nipped the University of Montreal, 3-2, in Friday’s opening round.
CVU girls race to high finishes in cross country event
Led by Summer Spillane’s victory in the junior-senior division, Champlain Valley Union High girls captured a slew of top spots in the 2.3-mile class races on Tuesday at Red Rocks in South Burlington.
Spillane posted a time of 14 minutes and 29 seconds in her division. Teammate Laura Jackson came in second with a time of 15:12. She was followed by Sierra Frisbie in fourth and Maya Grevatt in fifth.
Adrienne Devita of CVU took second in the freshman-sophomore division, trailing winner Emily Anderson of Middlebury Union High (15:19) by just two seconds. Redhawks Aleksey Jordick and Julienne Devita finished third and fourth.
CVU’s Zak Pete was third in the boys junior-senior competition.