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Justin St. Louis received the 2019 Pete Hartt Memorial Media Award from Thunder Road at the stock-car track’s annual banquet of champions on Saturday, Nov. 16.

Harwood entered the fall season with the tall order of defending three state championships, and the school accomplished one out of those three goals.

Harwood’s Ava Thurston capped a sparkling cross-country season by finishing fifth at the New England Interscholastic Cross Country Championships on Saturday.

A quick-moving snow squall dusted the slopes of Mad River Glen minutes before the inaugural Highlander Vertical on Sunday, Nov. 3 — a sky race for cross-country runners.

A pair of second-half goals and clutch netminding by goalie Khadija Hussein foiled the Harwood girls soccer team’s dreams of a state championship.

The Harwood boys soccer team came up one game shy of a third straight trip to the Division 2 state championship game.

Ava Thurston and the Harwood Union High School girls cross-country teams are state champs — again.

Ava Thurston claimed the top spot on the podium and the Harwood Union High School girls cross-country team put five runners in the top 16 to claim the Northern Vermont Athletic Conference Mountain Division championship at St. Johnsbury.

Waterbury Center driver Jason Woodard capped a dream season by winning the inaugural Flying Tiger Oxford Open at Oxford Plains Speedway in Maine on Saturday, Oct. 19.

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