Foliage has groups of people flocking to the state and the Norwich University women’s soccer team was one of the most recent.
Heather Faasse, head women's soccer, lacrosse, club track and field coach
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
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
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’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.
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
Harwood boys’ soccer shut out Lamoille for their second win of the season.
Harwood Union striker Will Lapointe drew two penalty kicks and his teammate, Wyatt Adams, netted them both in to give the Highlanders a
The Harwood girls’ soccer team defeated Lamoille 2-1 in an intense physical match to move them to 4-1 on the season.
The Harwood Highlanders were able to keep the ball in their attacking side for the majority of
Harwood’s girls’ soccer team will have to play a more
With more than 170 gifts from the local community, backing from the towns of Warren, Fayston, Waitsfield and Moretown, a grant and the gift of an anonymous donor, the Mad River Valley Recreation District and the Vermont
The Mad River Valley Recreation District can breathe a little bit easier now that Town Meeting Day is over and each member town and Moretown have all approved funds for their share of the purchase of the rec fields at
Harwood girls’ soccer defeated Mt. Abraham High School 3-1 on Wednesday, October 26, in the first round of playoffs to advance to the quarterfinals.
Kaia Cormier scored the go-ahead goal in the first period and
Harwood boys’ soccer cruised past Springfield with a decisive 10-0 win to advance to the quarterfinals.
The Highlanders made sure their presence was felt early on, scoring five times in the first 10 minutes,
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,
Harwood’s girls’ soccer team moves to 0-4-1 after losing to Montpelier 1-0 on Tuesday night, September 27.
Montpelier’s Lexi Drew scored the only goal of the match in the 31st minute.
The Highlanders came
Once again there were no goals scored against the Harwood boys’ soccer team. They rolled past Thetford Academy on Saturday, September 17, to move to 2-0-1 this season.
Senior captain Ethan Riddell opened the
The Harwood’s boys’ soccer team defeated Division I opponent Spaulding 2-1 Tuesday evening, September 13, to move to 1-0-1 for the season.
In the 69th minute, Wyatt Adams sent a ball from midfield just past the
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
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