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BHS GSA prepares for the drag ball. Photo courtesy: Andrew LeValley

The kings and queens of BHS: students to perform in drag ball

Georgia Wool and Julia Keeton October 15, 2021

BHS’ Gender Sexuality Alliance (GSA) is working hard to create their own LGBTQ+ community at BHS. This year, the club is starting by running BHS’ first ever drag ball at the school’s homecoming football...

BHS Varsity Girls Soccer posses after practice. Photo: Anna Jenemann

2021 Fall Sports Preview: BHS Captains’ Outlook

Rebecca Cunningham, Staff Writer September 13, 2021

Girls Soccer Previous season record: 4-5; lost to Essex in Division I playdowns Goals for this season? “Our number one goal is to bring 100% to every practice and game. We are also working to...

BHS Seawolves face  the opposition masked this football season.

A Dangerous Game: BHS Sports Teams Adapt Under Covid Regulations

Lea Mihok October 9, 2020

The BHS fields are overcast. The bleachers are wet and rain beats down onto the turf, but clouds are not the only thing hanging over this match. A small crowd of parents and fans wait, using their phones...

What do BHS students think of the Seawolf?

What do BHS students think of the Seawolf?

Ayden Flanigan and Hazel Wasmund October 5, 2018

Burlington High School (BHS), Winooski High School (WHS), and South Burlington High School (SBHS) joined forces this year to create a combined football team: the Seawolves. One of the many tasks that...

Fans cheer on a BHS soccer player  from the bleachers.

Fight sparks conversation about game supervision

Emma Chaffee November 24, 2017

A fight between a Burlington High School (BHS) student and a Champlain Valley Union High School (CVU) student at a recent soccer game sparked conversation among students, teachers, and administration about...

Senior Alex Cate, a captain on the Burlington High School Varsity Football team, has been selected to the 2017 Shrine Maple Sugar Bowl, the all-star game of Vermont football. The Shrine Bowl is an annual competition between the best players from Vermont and New Hampshire. Vermont players are selected by a committee of coaches each year based on their performance and skills in the past season. They are coached by the BFA Varsity football coach Bob Lockerby, who has had several exceptional seasons with his team in the past few years. The Shrine Bowl was first played in 1954 in New Hampshire. It was played in the granite state every year but one until 2009, when it was played in Windsor, Vt. for three years. After three years back in New Hampshire, the game has been hosted at Castleton University for the past two years, and will be played there this year on Aug. 5, starting at 5 p.m. Since the bowl’s creation, Vermont has only won 14 out of the 63 matchups. Vermont won last year in a 50-2 blowout victory.

Senior Alex Cate Named to Shrine Bowl Team

Theo Davis March 27, 2017

Senior Alex Cate, a captain on the Burlington High School Varsity Football team, has been selected to the 2017 Shrine Maple Sugar Bowl, the all-star game of Vermont football. The Shrine Bowl is an annual...

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