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Indoor track championships: Feliz-Mutz tandem lead Concord to seventh place in Division I

Monday, February 8, 2016

HANOVER – With only 11 boys on the roster, Concord High didn’t have very lofty team goals at the start of the indoor track season, but Coach Ally Davis said that senior Angel Feliz and sophomore Dalton Mutz were “major talent.” Fast forward a month and a half later, and Feliz and Mutz both proved to be major talent at the Division I championships. With Feliz (second long jump, third …

Indoor track championships: Behind Davis and Astle, Kearsarge boys take fourth in Division II

Monday, February 8, 2016

HANOVER – Kearsarge thrower Zach Astle hoped to make an impression in his senior season. Not only did Astle make an impression, but the entire Kearsarge boys’ indoor track team did, as well. Astle defended his title in the shot put with a toss of 53-3½ and teammate Troy Davis won the high …

A roundup of local sports briefs, news and announcements

Monday, February 8, 2016

Youth basketball In Concord Rec 5th- & 6th-grade boys’ basketball action, the Christa McAuliffe School Blue Knights beat the Christa McAuliffe #2/Broken Ground #3 Black Panthers, 30-22, in a battle of undefeated teams. Finn Conery led the winners with 12 points. Andy Bengtson had the most steals, was perfect from the line and chipped in six points. Garrett Miskoe and Josh Aubertine (four …

A roundup of local sports briefs, news and announcements

Friday, February 5, 2016

Unified result The Bow unified basketball team remained undefeated with a 39-20 victory over John Stark. Jack Rich scored 25 points to lead Bow while Zach Jukoski and Collin Devaney played great defense. Keith Descoteaux chipped in with four timely points. St. Paul’s result The St. Paul’s School …

Town office plan again the feature of Epsom deliberative session

Friday, February 5, 2016

As has been the case for years now, the plan for Epsom’s town office figures to be the central discussion at the deliberative session Saturday. This time it’s a proposal to construct a new building next to the police department. The result of two years of planning by …

High schools: Krollis hat trick leads Brady hockey over Bow, 6-0

Thursday, February 4, 2016

A 3-minute, 10-second slice of the first period told the story. With Wednesday’s interdivisional hockey game between Bishop Brady and Bow scoreless through the first nine minutes, Brady broke it open with a pair of goals in a …

A roundup of local sports briefs, news and announcements

Thursday, February 4, 2016

Middle school results The Hopkinton middle school boys’ basketball team defeated Merrimack Valley, 51-42. Colby Quiet (eight points), Kevin Newton-Delgado (14 points), Make Baer (eight points), Derek West (seven points) and Evan Jacobsen (six points) had good games for the Hawks. Youth results The Concord Capitals First Command …

High school stars of the day

Wednesday, February 3, 2016

Aaron Dobe, Hopkinton Nordic, 1st place in Capitol Cup Sarah Nadeau, Hopkinton Nordic, 1st place in Capitol Cup Maddie Cook, Kearsarge Nordic, 1st place in CVC Championship Carly Huckins, MV basketball, 18 points (5 3-pointers), 5 assists, 3 steals in win Adam Nelson, Bow basketball, 21 points, 3 …

High schools: Merrimack Valley boys’ basketball nets first win

Wednesday, February 3, 2016

It has been a season of transition for the Merrimack Valley boys’ basketball team after last year’s 14-4 team that lost in the quarterfinals saw five seniors graduate and Coach Kevin O’Brien step down from the position. Coming into this season, with a new head coach and a …

A roundup of local sports briefs, news and announcements

Wednesday, February 3, 2016

JV results The Hillsboro-Deering JV basketball team lost to Fall Mountain, 61-38. Kyle Brown (13 points) and Logan Putnam (6 points, 5 steals) led the HIllcats. ∎  The Concord High School girls’ JV basketball team defeated Manchester Central, 40-30. Ashley Kelley (13 points), Caitlyn Kelley (11 points, 7 …

Epsom schools budget amended at deliberative session to buy more books

Wednesday, February 3, 2016

While dozens of lines in the Epsom School District’s proposed budget are decreasing, the bottom line is up 6 percent to $10.1 million. That’s because two areas that the school has no control over – special education and …

Epsom schools deliberative session is Feb. 2

Tuesday, February 2, 2016

Epsom residents will meet today to discuss and possibly make changes to their proposed school district budget, which at $10.1 million is 6 percent larger than the current operating budget. The increase of $588,000 is driven mainly by special education costs that were out of the school’s control. …

High schools: With something to prove, Kearsarge stops Hopkinton, 53-34

Tuesday, February 2, 2016

The memory of their overtime meeting 3½ weeks ago was still fresh on the minds of the Hopkinton and Kearsarge boys’ basketball teams. How each handled it decided the rematch. “The boys were really dialed in and focused. …