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Cross country: Freshmen Howland-Vlahakis, Lane sweep individual titles; Concord girls win 11th  in a row, St. Paul’s tops boys’ teams at Capital Area Championship
10-20-2023 12:43 AM

By DAN ATTORRI

PENACOOK – Every year the Capital Area Cross Country Championship provides one final tuneup before the NHIAA division championships and for local runners to determine who is the best in the area. As it turns out, this year, they’re both...


Golf: Concord’s Gavin Richardson and MV’s Andrew Surprenant claim individual titles 
10-15-2023 2:21 PM

By DAN ATTORRI

Experienced golfers know that the game is as much about mindset as it is skill. Concord senior Gavin Richardson and Merrimack Valley senior Andrew Surprenant both practiced that on Saturday at Beaver Meadow overcoming shaky starts to become the...


Golf: Bishop Brady (D-III) and Hopkinton (D-IV) finish fifth at state championship
10-13-2023 12:30 AM

By DAN ATTORRI

The Hopkinton and Bishop Brady golf teams were rebuilding this year, simply qualifying for the tournament was a goal. Both programs accomplished that, and then some, finishing in fifth at their respective division championships on Thursday.Hopkinton...


16-year-old NH swimmer swims across the English Channel, the Catalina Channel and around Manhattan: ‘It’s just so much fun’
10-10-2023 10:45 AM

By ERIC RYNSTON-LOBEL

Her freestyle stroke makes her look like the Katie Ledecky of 16-year-olds, metronomic in rhythm.While Margaret Rivard’s peers on the Concord Sailfish Swim Team splash in the pool at the Concord YMCA, she swims steadily, back and forth down the lane...


Golf: Championship preview
10-10-2023 10:45 AM

By DAN ATTORRI

The NHIAA fall postseason is upon us, starting with the golf championships being contested this week. The top eight teams from each of the four NHIAA divisions will compete for team titles throughout the week, while the top 14 individuals from each...


Field hockey: Kearsarge hangs in defensively, capitalizes in overtime to beat Hopkinton
09-28-2023 11:56 PM

By ERIC RYNSTON-LOBEL

CONTOOCOOK – Time and time again, Hopkinton came so close. The Hawks controlled the ball and had openings to shoot but just couldn’t find the back of the cage. Kearsarge – to its credit – hung in on defense, pressuring Hopkinton enough to disrupt the...


Cross country: Lane, Hopkinton lead area teams at Manchester Invitational
09-24-2023 3:40 PM

By DAN ATTORRI

Maddy Lane is new to varsity level this season, although you wouldn’t know it by watching her. She’s finished in the top five of every major invitational she’s competed in this season, and the Hopkinton freshman added another impressive result to her...


High school football preview: Concord looks to take next step, beat some of D-I’s best in 2023
08-31-2023 3:36 PM

By ERIC RYNSTON-LOBELand DAN ATTORRI

Progressing from three wins in his first season to five NHIAA wins and his program’s first playoff appearance since 2014 last year, Concord High School football head coach Jim Corkum has overseen a strong upward trajectory since taking over the...


Field hockey previews: John Stark looks strong after historic 2022 championship run
08-25-2023 8:29 PM

By ERIC RYNSTON-LOBELand DAN ATTORRI

In 2022, pretty much everything went perfectly for John Stark field hockey. The Generals finished the season 16-0-1 and took home the Division II championship, their first in program history.In 2023, head coach Dennis Pelletier will need to replace...


Girls’ soccer previews: Pembroke Academy looking to make third straight trip to D-II finals
08-25-2023 1:07 AM

By ERIC RYNSTON-LOBEL and DAN ATTORRI

As Pembroke girls’ soccer head coach Jess Kaufman-Desrochers prepares to kick off her 14th season leading the Spartans, a common theme sticks out in how she wants her team to approach the next few months: gradual improvement.That seems to be the motto...


High school golf: Concord and Kearsarge sweep season openers
08-25-2023 1:02 AM

By DAN ATTORRI

Wednesday marked the first day of NHIAA competitions for the 2023-24 school year with the opening of the golf season, and Concord High School had as good a start as you could ask for.The Crimson Tide had solid performances throughout the lineup to...


High school golf previews: Bow will have new look after winning D-II crown in inaugural season
08-22-2023 4:50 PM

By DAN ATTORRI

The Bow High School golf team had as good an inaugural season in Division II as any squad could hope for. The Falcons swept the NHIAA D-II titles, winning the team championship, their ninth state crown in the last 11 years (the others were won in...


Boys’ lacrosse season recap: Hawks soar to to D-III title, Falcons fly to No. 1 seed
06-15-2023 11:36 PM

By ERIC RYNSTON-LOBEL

After pulling off an 11-10 upset in overtime against top-seeded Bow, No. 5 Hopkinton finished off the season with a 7-4 victory over No. 2 Campbell in the Division III boys’ lacrosse state championship game.Having starting the year 5-5, the Hawks...


Baseball season recap: Concord reaches Division I semifinals, Bishop Brady does the same in D-III
06-14-2023 7:56 PM

By ERIC RYNSTON-LOBEL

With an enormous 11-player senior class, Concord High baseball had itself set up for a strong 2023 season, and that’s exactly what the Tide turned in.Although it came up short of reaching the Division I championship game, the Tide finished the season...


Girls’ lacrosse season recap: Bow takes home D-III championship, other D-III area teams impress
06-12-2023 9:23 PM

By ERIC RYNSTON-LOBEL

No team dominated from start to finish this season quite like Bow girls’ lacrosse. The Falcons finished 18-1, defeating St. Thomas, 20-6, for the Division III championship. Bow’s average margin of victory across its three playoff games: 15 goals.For...


Kearsarge senior class told to “have courage” and “be like a kid” 
06-10-2023 4:02 PM

By NINA MOSKE

June was a celebratory month for Kearsarge Regional High School senior Mason Russell. Just days after he was selected as the school district’s June Student of the Month, he donned a cap and gown to accept his diploma Saturday. Russell, described as a...


Tennis: Bow, Kearsarge players compete in NHIAA singles and doubles tourneys
06-10-2023 10:43 AM

By DAN ATTORRI

The NHIAA singles and doubles tournaments took place over the past week, with tennis players from Bow High School and Kearsarge Regional High School competing in matches at Southern New Hampshire University, The Derryfield School and Memorial...


Track & field: Concord’s Goulas and Barton; Coe-Brown’s Bistany, Cox and Demas win state titles at Meet of Champions
06-04-2023 5:22 PM

By DAN ATTORRI

Last weekend area track and field athletes established themselves as the best in their division. On Saturday they battled to be the best in the state. Now, some of them will compete against the best in New England.Concord’s Ella Goulas and Kendall...


Boys’ tennis: Kearsarge claims Division III title, Bow comes up short in D-II
06-01-2023 9:50 PM

By ERIC RYNSTON-LOBEL

Kearsarge took home the Division III boys’ tennis championship on Wednesday, while Bow finished as the runner up in Division II.The No. 2 Cougars defeated No. 1 Plymouth, 5-4, at Memorial FieldLiam Miller, Graham West and Eli Whipple took wins in...


High schools: Brady, Kearsarge girls lax; Kearsarge girls tennis, fall in tournament action
05-31-2023 1:31 AM

D-III Girls’ LacrosseNo. 6 Inter-Lakes-Moultonborough 17, No. 11 Bishop Brady 5Key players: ILM – Katie Velie (5 goals), Estelle Good (5 goals); Bishop Brady – Lydia Tremblay (3 goals), Finley Hollenberg (2 goals)Highlights: Hollenberg scored her...

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