After seven seniors and two juniors left after last year, the Harwood boys’ hockey team will have to bring their young skaters up to speed in order to compete.
Harwood’s boys’ hockey team made it to the Division
The Harwood girls’ hockey team has an array of talent to work through this year.
On this year’s girls’ hockey roster, there are girls who are brand new to the sport all the way up to what coach Mike Vasseur calls
The Harwood Unified Union School District (HUUSD) is beginning work on next year’s school budget and has adopted a new budgeting process for this second year of operations.
Starting November 15 as The Valley
On Monday evening, November 13, students and community members filed into the Harwood library to ponder the question “How do we balance freedom and security in our democracy today?”
This question was the topic of
Harwood boys’ soccer fell 3-2 to Lake Region in overtime in the Vermont DII state championships on Saturday, November 4.
Lake Region struck first in the 22nd minute when Jackson King netted a rebound
Erin Magill, Moretown, easily outdistanced the field at the Vermont State Division II State Championships held at Thetford Academy on Saturday, October 28. Her 25-second margin of victory also qualified her for the New
Harwood boys’ soccer is gearing up for a rematch against Lake Region as they head to the Vermont Division II state championship this Saturday having defeated Woodstock 7-0 on November 1.
Last season, the
The Boston Bruins visited the Ice Center in Waterbury this week on October 30 to visit Harwood Youth Hockey Association (HYHA) players. HYHA was selected as one of 10 New England youth hockey organizations to host a
Christopher Phillips, internationally known philosopher and author of bestseller Socrates Café: A Fresh Taste of Philosophy, and The Philosophy of Childing: Unlocking Creativity, Curiosity and Reason through
Erin Magill’s first-place finish led the Harwood girls’ cross-country team to a second-place finish at the NVAC Mountain Division Championships in Montpelier on Saturday, while the Harwood boys finished
Harwood Union Middle School cross-country girls, undefeated all season, won the NVAC Mountain Division Cross-Country Championship with a near-perfect score of 18 this Saturday in Montpelier. The boys, with several of
Harwood boys’ soccer was able to hang on to the lead in the second half of their playdown matchup with Stratton Mountain School to come away with a 3-2 win on Tuesday, October 24.
Harwood junior Ely Kalkstein
The Harwood boys’ soccer team lost their first game in exactly a month to Stowe, 2-0.
On Wednesday, October 18, the Highlanders let up two goals and were unable to find their way onto the score sheet. Wednesday
Harwood boys’ golf season is over and the team proved themselves to be not only the best team in their division but throughout the state.
On Wednesday, October 11, the Highlanders teed off at Green Mountain
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.
After traveling to New Hampshire and Maine the past few weeks, the Harwood cross-country team had a meet closer to home on Wednesday, October 4, in Montpelier. “We like to travel to the big meets out of state because we
The Harwood Union Middle School cross-country girls took first place with a near-perfect score of 20 and the boys also stood on the podium in second place at the Montpelier Invitational on Wednesday, October
Harwood girls’ soccer defeated Stowe High School 2-0 and Lake Region High School 2-1 and boasts one of the best records, 8-1, in Division II.
“I think both games were a lot alike. I think we played well for about
Harwood boys’ soccer narrowly defeated Montpelier to improve their record to 3-2 just before entering a tough stretch in their schedule.
The Highlanders caught a break early on when a Montpelier defender, trying
The Harwood cross-country team traveled to Belfast, Maine, for the Festival of Championships on Saturday, September 30. Twenty-nine runners had personal bests and an additional 15 runners had their best times of the
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