Harwood’s lacrosse team took Hartford to task on Monday in what was supposed to be a game against one of their toughest competitors in the division.
The Highlanders remain undefeated at 10-0 and in the past week
Around 40 athletes showed up to play lacrosse this season at Harwood, which is good news for the program as the varsity team looks to fill gaps left by departing seniors.
Head coach Russ Beilke said that it was
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
Harwood boys’ lacrosse upset Milton 14-8 on Tuesday, June 6, to advance to the Vermont Division II state championships on Friday.
The Highlanders will play Stowe High School Friday, June 9, for the
Although the week started with a loss to Rice Memorial, the past two days have been swell for the Harwood Union boys’ lacrosse team.
Although the teams may have been mismatched, the Harwood Highlanders dominated
The Harwood/Mad River U15 lacrosse team opened up their season last weekend with Saturday wins against Barre and Plattsburgh and a Sunday tie against Stowe. The team is a combination of Mad River Valley Youth Lacrosse
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
Harwood’s softball team dropped two more games this past week against Thetford and Northfield as they remain in search of their first win of the season.
On Thursday, April 27, Harwood lost 24-8 against Thetford
Harwood Union (HU) lacrosse was unable to overcome a stroke of penalties in the second half and dropped their second game of the season to Burlington 7-9.
The Harwood Highlanders were up 5-3 heading into halftime
The Mad River Valley Recreation District is continuing the conversation to get The Valley to buy the Mad River Park recreation fields.
On Tuesday, September 13, Logan Cooke of the recreation district gave the
Mad River 5/6 boys' lacrosse won the 2015 northern Vermont championship Sunday, June 7, after an undefeated season thanks in part to the coaching of head coach Drew Simmons and assistantcoach Matthew DeLorey.