2. Burlington (4-1): The Seahorses had outscored inferior opponents 20-0 in their 4-0 start. Then came Monday, when BHS fell 1-0 to host CVU. That setback, though, won’t derail the Seahorses’ hopes of a title repeat. A September loss, in a well-played contest, could turn out to be just a blip for BHS.
Category: Boys Soccer
MaxPreps honors Burlington boys soccer Free Press Sports Staff6:38 p.m. EST December 16, 2016 Buy Photo (Photo: GLENN RUSSELL/FREE PRESS) The Burlington High School boys soccer team finished No. 15 nationally for the 2016 season, according to MaxPreps, a CBSSports.com site that ranks over 16,000 programs each fall. The Seahorses, who went 17-1 and captured … Continued
1. Burlington (5-0): Seraphin Iradukunda recorded two hat tricks in three games as the Seahorses took care of Montpelier, Middlebury and Rice. Moving Iradukunda exclusively to an attacking position — the senior mostly played in midfield a year ago — has paid off for coach Fran Demasi. Last week: 2
FIRST DAY OF PRACTICE August 17, 2017 Thursday: 8:00-10:00 Coach: Fran Demasi Email: [email protected]
Thank you everyone for making this such a positive experience on Saturday for all these student athletes from Edmunds and Lyman C. Hunt.