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Ski, get fit, and make a difference

Ski, get fit, and make a difference

Sam McClure, Contributor
March 13, 2014
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    When the cold of the winter months come around, we instinctively become less willing to venture outdoors.  Because of this, staying in shape becomes a matter of going to the gym; however, there are still plenty of great ways to spend your winter days other than watching television on the couc...

Back into the swing of things

Back into the swing of things

Nate Powers, Contributor
March 12, 2014
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With the NHL season continuing on, many hockey fans are disappointed to see how their team is doing after the long break taken for the Olympics. Many teams went 0-2 in their return to the NHL, such as the Bruins, and others went 0-3 in their first three games back. This issue is due to the fact that m...

Spirit Squad ready to show off their stuff

Spirit Squad ready to show off their stuff

Austin Bumpus, Co-Editor in Chief
March 11, 2014
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The Hollis/Brookline Spirit Squad is in the midst of their run to the state competition, and have encountered multiple different obstacles on their way to qualifying for the DII State competition at Southern New Hampshire University on March 16. The team has competed in three competitions so far, placing...

Basketball Senior Spotlight

Matt Claire, Sports Editor
March 10, 2014
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Cavaliers B-Ball sails past Coe-Brown and hopes to win the ‘ship

Cavaliers B-Ball sails past Coe-Brown and hopes to win the ‘ship

Ryan Buckley, Contributor
March 10, 2014
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The Hollis-Brookline boys basketball team won their first playoff game of 2014 this past Wednesday beating Coe-Brown 41 to 23. Senior captains Daniel Bentall, ‘14, and Logan Blake, ‘14, led the offensive charge, each contributing 13 points. On the opposite end of the court, Shea Whalen, ‘14, was the ...

Athlete of the Week

Matt Claire, Sports Editor
February 19, 2014
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Olympics full of open opportunities

Olympics full of open opportunities

Sara Swabowicz and Matt Claire
February 6, 2014
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Once every four years comes a competition that shouldn't be missed. That's right, starting today, the 22nd Winter Olympics will begin in Sochi, Russia. Athletes from around the world are flocking to the city of Sochi to compete in a sport they've been training at for their whole lives. The events fea...

Scholar athletes stride towards success

Scholar athletes stride towards success

Sara Swabowicz, Co-Editor-in-Chief
February 5, 2014
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    On Monday, February 3, 2014, twenty-nine seniors from Hollis Brookline High School were recognized at the Division II Scholar Athlete Awards ceremony at the Capitol Center of the Arts in Concord, New Hampshire. Each year, the New Hampshire Interscholastic Athletic Association (NHIAA) and Athlet...

From the Granite State to Sochi: NH Olympians

From the Granite State to Sochi: NH Olympians

Matt Claire, Sports Editor
February 3, 2014
Filed under Showcase, Sports

Whether it be the Summer or the Winter Olympics, every two years, hundreds of US hopefuls train for the dream of one day qualifying for the Olympic team. This year, Sochi, Russia, will host the winter olympics, and some of our own New Hampshirites will be representing the Granite State on the slopes...

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