Harwood’s Owen Labombard scored the game-winning goal to edge the Highlanders past Green Mountain Valley School (GMVS).
On Saturday, October 7, Harwood made the short trip to GMVS for the intertown rivalry.
Green Mountain Valley School’s girls’ lacrosse team took home Vermont’s Division II state championship on Saturday afternoon after downing U-32 13-10.
After the game a GMVS player shouted, “We’re undefeated!” The
Green Mountain Valley School held its 2017 commencement exercises this past Saturday, June 3, at the school’s campus. Tim Harris, headmaster, welcomed the graduating students, family, friends and
Harwood’s girls’ lacrosse team dropped their second game of the season to Green Mountain Valley School (GMVS) 11-6.
The Harwood Highlanders played with urgency as time ran out in the second half and they came up
Green Mountain Valley School (GMVS) is in a new comprehensive training partnership with the United States Ski and Snowboard Association (USSA) that designates GMVS as both a U.S. Ski Team Development Site and as a U.S.
The best skiers in the world came to Vermont to compete in the World Cup at Killington, the first held in Vermont in 38 years. Valley enthusiasts were out in full support of one of their own World Cup hopefuls, Hannah
Both of Harwood’s varsity soccer teams did not have to travel far for last Saturday’s, October 1, matchup against Green Mountain Valley School (GMVS). In what was probably the most attended game of the season thus far,
Tracy Keller is the new Green Mountain Valley School (GMVS) head of school. She is current head of school at
On February 27 and 28, Sugarbush Resort and Green Mountain Valley School (GMVS) hosted the final weekend of the U16 VT state girls’ championships at Mt. Ellen. More than 100 racers and their families gathered in the Mad