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
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
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
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
The Harwood cross-country varsity team traveled to Manchester, New Hampshire, on Saturday, September 23, to compete in the Manchester Invitational. Billed as the New England Small School Championship, the race is limited
The Harwood cross-country boys’ and girls’ varsity and JV teams brought home a quad-pack of third-place finishes at the annual U-32 Invitational on Saturday. “This was a big meet this year,” head coach John Kerrigan said
The Harwood Middle School cross-country girls’ team won and the boys’ team placed sixth at the Burlington Invitational on Saturday, September 9. Harwood’s Ava Thurston won the girls’ race in a time of 12:16.
Harwood boys’ and girls’ cross-country teams started off the 2017 season with a strong start at North Beach in Burlington on Saturday, September 9.
The Harwood trio of Brendan Magill (11), Anthony Palmerio (16)
A team of Harwood Union current and former runners plus a Middlebury runner put in peak performances last weekend at the 2017 Youth Skyrunning World Championships in Andorra. Andorra is a principality located in the
The Harwood Union High School Nordic team competed in the state Nordic meet, a two-day, four-event competition that opened on February 24 at Rikert Nordic Center in Ripton and concluded on February 27 at the Craftsbury
Harwood put a total of four boys and girls on their respective podiums at the Stowe Cross-Country Classic race on January 25.
The Highlander girls handily won the event and the boys placed
Harwood girls’ cross-country crushed the competition on Saturday, November 5, at the Vermont Division II state championships. Harwood girls had an incredibly low team score of 21 points (the placings of the top five
Despite a gallant second half of running on the Thetford hill course, Harwood runners fell just shy of yet another state championship on November 5. In the past decade, Harwood boys have won more state titles than any
“Put your water bottles in my truck, go run the horseshoe, then meet me up on the track.” Harwood cross-country coach John Kerrigan is preparing his team for the state championships this Saturday, November 5, at Thetford
Harwood cross-country completed a clean sweep at the NVAC Mountain Division Championships at Lamoille Union High School on Saturday, October 22. The high school runners took to the course after the middle-schoolers had
Support for Harwood Highlanders overflowed at this year’s cross-country invitational and the Highlanders thrived on Saturday, October 15.
Erin Magill and Noah Eckstein led Harwood to victory, both placing second
The Harwood cross-country team was in Belfast, Maine, on Saturday, October 1. The Maine XC Festival of Champions was the biggest meet of the year for the Highlanders with over 1,600 athletes representing 78 teams from
Nobody had to ask “What’s a Highlander?” when the Harwood Union cross-country team unloaded from the buses at the U-32 Invitational on Saturday, September 17. Everyone there knew the history and tradition of Harwood
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