Tuesday, Jun 19, 2018

Sports

Drake gives assist to alma mater

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When Richard Drake was in eighth grade, he and several of his friends had a goal – make soccer an official sport at Harvard High School.

Rife looks back, then forward

It was a whirlwind first year for Harvard School District 50 Athletic Director Matt Rife. Rife, a 1998 graduate of Harvard High School, took over the position in July 2013.

Hornets get a second chance

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The Harvard High School girls track and field team will be represented by familiar faces at the IHSA Class 2A state track and field meet Friday and Saturday, May 23 and 24, in Charleston, as three of

Trainer hired by D-50

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Last summer, Harvard High School Athletic Director Matt Rife found himself in a bind.

Hornets to team up again in college

Harvard Hornet seniors Katie Martin and Marley Orr know each other very well.

Pichardo to run for Fighting Saints

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Harvard High School senior Jorge Pichardo has committed to run track and cross-country for the University of St.

Miller commits to UW-La Crosse Eagles

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Harvard High School senior Tate Miller has committed to play football for the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse Eagles, an NCAA Division 3 team.

Harvard D-50 selects new coaches

There were big shoes to fill. Harvard High School football and wrestling coach Tim Haak announced he would retire four years ago, and someone would need to fill those shoes.

Hornets to join KRC

Harvard High School sports programs will have a new conference in the 2016-2017 school years.

'Tug' commits to the Falcons

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Harvard High School senior Anthony “Tug” Milanko has committed to play football for the University of Wisconsin-River Falls Falcons, an NCAA Division III school.

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