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Powder puff punts cancer off the field

Powder puff punts cancer off the field

Sophia Hall, News Editor
November 20, 2013
Filed under Showcase, Sports

    This past Sunday morning, girls from HB played their hearts out in the Powder Puff game to raise money for the Breast Cancer foundation. Alec Paulson, ‘14, and Matt Falcone, ‘15, opened the game singing the National Anthem getting the crowd pumped. The girls had a few practices to prepare...

Garside and Farrell hope to shine in Shrine and CHaD games

Garside and Farrell hope to shine in Shrine and CHaD games

Austin Bumpus, Co-Editor in Chief
November 20, 2013
Filed under Sports

After a football season filled with ups and downs for Hollis Brookline, two of their players have been nominated to represent New Hampshire in two different all-star games, the Shrine Maple Sugar Bowl and the ChaD East-West All-Star game. Seniors Shea Farrell and Nick Garside, a lineman and wide receiver ...

Cavalier soccer celebrates the season

Cavalier soccer celebrates the season

Sophia Hall, News Editor
November 20, 2013
Filed under Sports

On Sunday Nov. 10, Hollis Brookline boys soccer played in the Division II State Championship game at Exeter High School. The defense was fierce and Michael Pattelena '15, had numerous saves. The game was a close call in the first half, but Windham scored two goals, one of which was on a penalty kick. H...

Yolanda Flamino: Chemistry teacher and HB’s new Indoor Track coach

Yolanda Flamino: Chemistry teacher and HB’s new Indoor Track coach

Matt Claire, Sports Editor
November 13, 2013
Filed under Sports

Star runner, star teacher, or both? Yolanda Flamino, one of this year’s newest editions to the Science department, ran in the 2008 Olympic Trials for the marathon event. As a student in Connecticut, Flamino started running cross country in the eighth grade. When high school started, the multi-sport at...

Sneak peak: boys basketball

Sneak peak: boys basketball

Tom E. Johnson, Contributor
November 13, 2013
Filed under Sports

    As the cold weather approaches and the first snows of the season hit the ground, the winter sports season begins; but no team is as highly anticipated as the boys basketball team.     Finishing last year with a record of 14-4, the team is coming off of a successful season. Losing star point gua...

Patriots: Will they go all the way?

Patriots: Will they go all the way?

Tom E. Johnson, Contributor
November 13, 2013
Filed under Sports

    As football playoffs are quickly approaching and the Patriots are preparing, people wonder if they really are a Super Bowl contender. With a current record of 7-2, the Patriots are off to a strong start of the season; and are coming off a 55-35 win against the Steelers.     Led by quarterback Tom Brady,...

Getting prepped for sports season

Getting prepped for sports season

Sophia Hall, News Editor
November 6, 2013
Filed under Sports

Fall sports are wrapping up and it’s time to get the winter season rolling. With tryouts coming up in a few weeks, many students are getting prepared for the upcoming season with different methods. Basketball is one of the biggest winter sports this season and many players are already prepping. Jen...

Stun, then won

Stun, then won

Nate Powers, Contributor
November 6, 2013
Filed under Sports

This seems all too familiar. Cardinals, Red Sox and to any Sox fan, flash backs to 2004 rush back, in hopes to one day again warm up the duck boats, close down major streets in Boston, all to see one trophy. Thousands upon thousands of people crowded the streets in hopes to spot a glimpse of the World Ser...

Hollis Brookline shuts down Souhegan in the seniors’ final game

Hollis Brookline shuts down Souhegan in the seniors’ final game

Austin Bumpus, Co-Editor in Chief
November 6, 2013
Filed under Showcase, Sports

Every sports team has one game that they look forward to throughout their entire season. Whether it is a local team, an elite team, or just one that evokes hatred out of all of the players, it is a chance to prove yourself as a team, and let it all out in one game. For Hollis Brookline football, Souh...

Come hang with the climbing club

Come hang with the climbing club

Skyler Anderson, Contributor
October 30, 2013
Filed under Sports

Once a week on Tuesdays from 3:30 to 5:30 at Vertical Dreams located in Nashua, New Hampshire, a fairly new club about climbing has formed and gathered many students. Climbing Club, created and directed by Nathan Warren, a social studies teacher at Hollis Brookline, is a way for students to be part of ...

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