This week in HU sports

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Boys’ baseball defeated U-32 4-3 on Tuesday, April 24, on Ryan Semprebon’s double and RBI in the bottom of the sixth inning.


Girls’ softball defeated U-32 9-4 on Tuesday, April 24, with Lauryn Green pitching for the Highlanders.


Boys’ lacrosse defeated Stowe High School 16-8 on Tuesday, April 24. Noah Williams and Eli Kalkstein each netted four goals. Sully O’Hara made 11 saves. The Highlanders are now 2-0 this season.


Harwood boys’ 4x100 relay team took first place at the Essex Vacationals on Tuesday, April 24. Erin Magill took second place in the girls’ 1,500-meter race and third place in the 3,000-meter race.


Harwood girls’ lacrosse dropped their home opener to Chelsea-Randolph 15-11 on Monday, April 23.

Chelsea-Randolph evened the game at 5-5 10 seconds before halftime and carried that momentum into the second half of the game.

The Highlanders fell back 6-12 but battled back to within two goals during the second half bringing the score to 12-10.

Harwood’s goalie, freshman Kaylee Cameron, had numerous saves and played with veteran maturity, said head coach Drew Simmons.

“On offense, we had balanced scoring, but really the story of the game was the stellar defensive play of Kelly Tynan, Francie Aiken, Emma Caffry and Megan Filkowski,” Simmons said.

“They stood tall against an incredible offensive player, Chelsea-Randolph’s Tucker Chaplin, who had nine goals, mainly in transition,” he added.
The Highlanders travel to Lamoille on Wednesday as The Valley Reporter goes to press.