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|state = [[Vermont-NEA Scholars' Bowl|Vt.-NEA]] 2007; [[NAQT Vermont Championship|Vt. NAQT]] 2008, 2010
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CVU made its debut on the national stage in 2007, competing at [[2007 PAC|the Panasonic Academic Challenge]] and [[2007 HSNCT|NAQT national tournament]]. CVU went 5-5 at NAQT, the best record ever recorded by a Vermont team at a tossup-bonus national tournament. The Redhawks then became just the second Vermont school to advance a team to the Panasonic playoffs, winning their second-round game against Connecticut, North Carolina and the Virgin Island. CVU finished fourth in its semifinal.
 
CVU made its debut on the national stage in 2007, competing at [[2007 PAC|the Panasonic Academic Challenge]] and [[2007 HSNCT|NAQT national tournament]]. CVU went 5-5 at NAQT, the best record ever recorded by a Vermont team at a tossup-bonus national tournament. The Redhawks then became just the second Vermont school to advance a team to the Panasonic playoffs, winning their second-round game against Connecticut, North Carolina and the Virgin Island. CVU finished fourth in its semifinal.
  
Two members of that team, Eli Goldberg and Max Keve, were part of Vermont's all-star team that reached the Panasonic semifinals in 2008.  
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Two members of that team, Eli Goldberg and Max Keve, were part of Vermont's all-star team that reached the Panasonic semifinals in 2008.
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Following a very successful 2010–11 season in Vermont, CVU played in the [[2011 HSNCT]] in Atlanta, GA, placing in a tie for 33rd place out of 224 teams. Rubin Goldberg finished in the top 100 individual scorers at the tournament.
  
 
==Noted Alumni==
 
==Noted Alumni==
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*Eli Goldberg ('08)
 
*Eli Goldberg ('08)
 
*Max Keve ('08)
 
*Max Keve ('08)
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*Rubin Goldberg ('11)
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*Liam Kelley ('12)
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*Jacob Parker ('17)
  
 
=External links=
 
=External links=

Latest revision as of 15:03, 2 December 2019

Champlain Valley Redhawks
Cvu.jpg
Location:
Hinesburg, Vt.
Club President None
Coaches John Bennett, Katie Mack (assistant)
State Championships Vt.-NEA 2007; Vt. NAQT 2008, 2010, 2011
National Championships None
National Appearances Unknown
Program Status Unknown
School Size Unknown

Champlain Valley Union High School is a public school of about 1,350 students that serves the Vermont towns of Hinesburg, Williston, Shelburne, Charlotte and St. George. The CVU academic team is a member of the Vermont-NEA Scholars' Bowl and competes in the Addison Region.

State tournament

Champlain Valley has been one of Vermont's most successful teams in recent years, advancing at least as far as the state quarterfinals in 10 of the last 11 seasons. The Redhawks have been especially formidable since John Bennett took over as coach in 2001-02 season, reaching the state title game four times and securing their first championship in 2007.

National tournaments

CVU made its debut on the national stage in 2007, competing at the Panasonic Academic Challenge and NAQT national tournament. CVU went 5-5 at NAQT, the best record ever recorded by a Vermont team at a tossup-bonus national tournament. The Redhawks then became just the second Vermont school to advance a team to the Panasonic playoffs, winning their second-round game against Connecticut, North Carolina and the Virgin Island. CVU finished fourth in its semifinal.

Two members of that team, Eli Goldberg and Max Keve, were part of Vermont's all-star team that reached the Panasonic semifinals in 2008.

Following a very successful 2010–11 season in Vermont, CVU played in the 2011 HSNCT in Atlanta, GA, placing in a tie for 33rd place out of 224 teams. Rubin Goldberg finished in the top 100 individual scorers at the tournament.

Noted Alumni

  • Dan Mills ('03)
  • Evan Dummit ('05)
  • Tyrone Greenfield ('07)
  • Eli Goldberg ('08)
  • Max Keve ('08)
  • Rubin Goldberg ('11)
  • Liam Kelley ('12)
  • Jacob Parker ('17)

External links

Team Website