HOPKINTON HIGH SCHOOL

They’ve been playing against Division II teams for most of the season, and both Kearsarge and Hopkinton look ready to make deep runs when the D-III...

It took several days and some creative thinking, but the NHIAA Division I and II swimming and diving championships were completed over the weekend...

Gilford took the team prize racing down its home mountain, but Kearsarge’s Bristol Messer won the individual Giant Slalom title and Hopkinton’s...

There weren’t many big buckets, but the Hopkinton girls’ basketball team came up with just enough at the right time on Thursday night.Senior...

Athletic seasons starting late was normal this winter, but the John Stark basketball teams were on the extreme end of delay. Some teams had...

After coughing up 75 points in Tuesday’s home loss to Pembroke Academy, the Hopkinton boys’ basketball team went to work on its defense.The...

Hopkinton didn’t have the fastest skier in Nordic girls’ race at Proctor Academy on Wednesday. The Hawks just had most of them.Concord’s Katie Watt...

After years of competing for championships in four tiny divisions, high school Nordic skiing has been realigned into two large groups.“Reorganizing...

Bella LaPerle hit three 3-pointers in the first quarter, Lyndsey LaPerle did a little bit of everything and the Bow girls’ basketball team rolled...

They had both earned top seeds, advanced to their finals and were the favorites to win. But just before the Concord High boys’ and girls’ hockey...

Some hiccups and a little bit of rust are expected on opening night. When that opening night comes after a preseason that was delayed by weeks...

Hopkinton may be the two-time defending Division III girls’ soccer champs, but that didn’t mean much to the D-II teams that rudely welcomed the...

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