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Monitor Sports recognizes Spring 2024 Players of the Season
06-14-2024 9:07 AM


From top-tier pitching and hitting to prolific scoring, stout defense and incredible athleticism, the Spring 2024 season saw numerous standout student-athletes in the Concord area.Here are the Monitor’s Players of the Season:BaseballAnthony Paolicelli...

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Softball season recap: A shocking upset, a program-best season and more
06-14-2024 8:55 AM


While no area softball teams won state titles this spring, there was no shortage of noteworthy storylines. Concord was stunned by a double-digit seed in the first round of the playoffs, while Bow turned in its best season in program history and...

Baseball season recap: Bow claims D-II crown, Belmont, John Stark turn in strong 2024 campaigns
06-13-2024 9:36 AM


Bow High baseball headlined area teams this spring on the diamond, winning the state championship for Division II. It was also a strong spring season for Belmont and John Stark, both of which made deep playoff runs as well.Here is a recap of the area...

Boys’ lacrosse season recap: Bow reaches championship game, Hopkinton falls in semis, numerous others make big jumps
06-11-2024 11:23 PM


Numerous area teams turned in strong 2024 seasons in boys’ lacrosse. Bow reached the championship game in Division III, Hopkinton played in the D-III semifinals and Coe-Brown and Kearsarge each posted double-digit win numbers. Here’s a recap of each...

Girls’ lacrosse season recap: Bow, Hopkinton headline area teams in 2024
06-10-2024 10:25 PM


Like last season, Bow, Hopkinton and Merrimack Valley headlined area girls’ lacrosse teams. In Division III, the Falcons fell short in their quest for back-to-back state championships, losing to No. 3 Gilford in the semifinals. Hopkinton similarly saw...

Boys’ lacrosse: No. 3 Hopkinton stymied by No. 2 Campbell in D-III semifinals
06-06-2024 1:44 PM


LACONIA — Deacon Blue’s white T-shirt had “Hawks Alumni” written across it in green. The head coach of Hopkinton boys’ lacrosse was a player on this team not too long ago. Now he closes out his 12th  season at the helm of the program with a run into...

Boys’ lacrosse: Puc scores game-winning goal with 23 seconds left, Hopkinton holds off Coe-Brown comeback to reach semifinals
06-01-2024 11:52 PM


Things always seem to come together for the Hawks when it matters the most. With the game tied with just 23 seconds left in the game, senior captain Soren Puc scored the game-winning goal on a high bouncer, junior midfielder Ozzie Rosenholm scored an...

Girls’ lacrosse: No. 1 St. Thomas overpowers No. 4 Hopkinton in D-III semifinal
06-01-2024 7:03 PM


LACONIA — Saturday just wasn’t the Hopkinton Hawks’ day. They simply ran into a buzzsaw. Facing off against top-seeded St. Thomas (16-0) in the Division III girls’ lacrosse semifinals, the Hawks struggled to slow down the Saints’ attack. The game...

Girls’ lacrosse: Hopkinton passes final test before the playoffs begin
05-20-2024 7:23 PM


CONTOOCOOK — Last season, when Hopkinton came up short in its first playoff game, it was really the first time all season the Hawks had to contend with running around in the heat.On Monday, they had a chance to play through some warmer temperatures in...

How has Hopkinton, one of the smallest public schools in New Hampshire, become such a lacrosse powerhouse?
05-10-2024 9:04 AM


At first glance, Hopkinton High School probably wouldn’t top a list of schools likely to have consistently strong lacrosse programs.With about 300 students, it’s the smallest public school in New Hampshire that has standalone teams for both boys’ and...

Monitor Sports Podcast — Catching up on the spring
05-10-2024 8:53 AM

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On the return of the Monitor Sports Podcast, Eric Rynston-Lobel and Dan Attorri break down the first month or so of the spring sports season, including Coe-Brown softball’s quest to defend its Division II state title, John Stark baseball’s dominant...

Boys’ lacrosse: Hopkinton and Bow head to overtime in season opener
04-10-2024 12:51 AM


BOW – The rosters are a bit different than they were when they met in the Division III semifinals last June, but once again, Bow and Hopkinton required overtime to decide the outcome between the two rivals on Tuesday in the first game of the spring...

Trivia Time: Hopkinton High School students compete in Granite State Challenge
03-20-2024 2:41 PM


The contestants don’t have to answer in the form of a question, and there aren’t any Daily Doubles or thousands of dollars to be won, but that’s where most of the differences end.In Granite State Challenge, host Jon Cannon does his best Alex Trebek...

Monitor Sports Podcast – Previewing the D-II basketball and D-I hockey playoffs
02-27-2024 12:27 PM

On this week’s episode, Eric Rynston-Lobel and Dan Attorri recap Saturday’s D-III girls’ basketball championship game win for Kearsarge over Hopkinton and the D-III boys’ semifinal loss for the Cougars, while also previewing the D-II boys’ and girls’...

Girls’ basketball: Hopkinton’s title run falls short against Kearsarge; Cougars win first state title in 22 years
02-24-2024 11:03 PM


In the Division III semifinals against Winnisquam, Hopkinton seemed to be able to score whenever it wanted. On Saturday, with a state championship on the line against No. 4 Kearsarge at Keene State, the Hawks’ offense mostly vanished.After taking a...

Girls’ basketball: Hopkinton rolls past Winnisquam, now one win away from Division III championship
02-22-2024 1:07 AM


BOW – Losing eight seniors from a final four team usually isn’t a recipe for success the following season, but for the Hopkinton Hawks (15-3), that was never an excuse. With three returners and an impactful group of underclassmen, the No. 2 Hawks...

Monitor Sports Podcast – Bill Chavanelle talks Bow’s wrestling championship
02-21-2024 3:39 PM

On this week’s podcast, Eric Rynston-Lobel and Dan Attorri recap last week’s D-III basketball playoff results and an eventful weekend of wrestling, while also previewing the D-II basketball and D-I hockey playoff scenarios. Then, Bow wrestling coach...

Boys’ basketball: Kearsarge off to D-III semifinals after win over Hopkinton
02-17-2024 12:52 AM


NORTH SUTTON – At this point in the season, it’s usually a good thing when a coach emerges from the locker room drenched. After Kearsarge head coach Nate Camp walked back onto the floor with his blue quarter zip completely soaked following his No. 4...

Girls’ basketball: Hopkinton headlines area teams to qualify for Division III playoffs
02-13-2024 2:32 PM


Even though Hopkinton High girls’ basketball lost its final two regular-season games to limp across finish line, the Hawks still secured the second seed and a first-round bye in the Division III playoffs, which begin on Wednesday.At 13-3, Hopkinton...

Monitor Sports Podcast: Hopkinton’s Matt Miller previews D-III boys’ basketball playoffs
02-13-2024 2:01 PM

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On this week’s podcast, Eric Rynston-Lobel and Dan Attorri break down the Division III boys’ and girls’ basketball playoff brackets and discuss results from last week’s regular-season boys’ and girls’ basketball and hockey games. Then, Hopkinton boys’...

Boys’ basketball: Kearsarge, Hopkinton, Belmont all hosting playoff games as D-III tournament tips off Tuesday
02-12-2024 12:44 PM


Three area teams will compete in the Division III boys’ basketball playoffs that begin on Tuesday. Kearsarge finished the season at 15-3 and will be the four seed. Hopkinton will be the five seed after posting an 11-5 regular season record, while...

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