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Results for: June 6

Results for: June 6

Sports, Writer

June 7, 2019

Results from Thursday - June 6th : The Boys Volleyball team wrapped up their season at 13-5 when they were defeated by Windham 3-0 in the Division I semi-finals. Scores were 25-15, 32-30, and 25-23. Top perfomers were Matthew Wojick 14 kills,Sander Wimmer 12 kills,Quintin Wimmer 2 blocks,Josh Id...

Games for: June 6

Games for: June 6

Sports, Writer

June 6, 2019

Games for Thursday - June 6th : The Volleyball team travels to Nashua North for the Semi-Final round of the Division I Volleyball Tournament. Their opponent will be the # 1 seed, Windham. Bus time at 5:30pm with game time scheduled for 7pm.    ...

Results for: June 4

Results for: June 4

Sports, Writer

June 5, 2019

The Baseball team  came from behind three times to beat John Stark and advance to the Division II Championship game on Monday at Fisher Cat Stadium .  Junior Grant Snyder went 2/4 with 4 RBI and Senior Joe Messina hit a 2 out double in the bottom of the sixth inning driving in two runs breaking a 6-...

Games for: June 4

Games for: June 4

Sports, Writer

June 4, 2019

Games for Tuesday - June 4th The Baseball team travels to Memorial Field in Concord for a 4pm Division II Semi-Final Tournament game vs John Stark. Dismissal is at 1:30pm and bus time is 1:45pm. The Volleyball team travels to Timberlane for a 6pm Division I Quarter-Final match. Bus time is ...

Games and results for: June 1-June 4

Games and results for: June 1-June 4

Sports, Writer

June 3, 2019

Results from Saturday - June 1st : The Baseball team defeated Kennett,6-4, when Grant Snyder hit a 2 run homer in the bottom of the 7th to break the 4-4 tie. The team will now play Tuesday in the Division II semi-finals against John Stark at 4pm at Memorial Field in Concord. The following Track athl...

On to the quarterfinals for boys lax

The quarterfinals game will be played on our home turf, and the fan support is expected to be numerous. Super fan Dhruv Miglani ‘19 is among the many fans hyped for the playoff run. “The boys have really improved on both ends of the field, and Tim Sulin is a beast!,” said Miglani.

Kyle Simpson, Staff Writer

May 31, 2019

On May 30, the boy’s lacrosse team won their opening playoff game 18-5 against Bow. After beginning the season on an 11 game winning streak, the team faced their first bit of adversity losing their final three regular-season games against Derryfield, Winnacunnet, and Windham. Still, the team finish...

Fighting for our friend Niko

Niko Martin is photographed with (from left to right) Sofia Barassi'19, Gabby Paquin'19, Khishi Patel'19 and Tess Crooks'19 during their Spirit Week assembly in February

Sofia Barassi, Sports Editor

May 31, 2019

Student council has created a fundraiser in order to aid our classmate Niko Martain’19 in his leukemia recovery. Niko was diagnosed with ALL T-cell leukemia in May of 2016. Since then, Niko has had many other complications including A Vascular Necrosis from the steroids he’s been given, which has ca...

Games and results for: May 30-31

Games and results for: May 30-31

Sports, Writer

May 31, 2019

Results from Thursday - May 30th : The Boys Tennis team lost to Portsmouth in the NHIAA Division II State Championships 8-1. They finish the season at 16-1 and the state runner-ups for the second year in a row. The Boys Lacrosse team defeated Bow 18-5 in the preliminary round of the NHIAA Division II Boys Lacrosse Tournament. Dyl...

Games and results for: May 29-30

Games and results for: May 29-30

Sports, Writer

May 30, 2019

Results from Wednesday - May 29th :   The Girls Lacrosse team advances to the final four as the 2nd  seed with a decisive 18-1 win over Hanover. HB came out strong, scoring within the first 3 minutes and went on to score 15 unanswered goals. Abbey Magnuszewski and Paisley B...

AP exams come to an end

In order to prepare for AP Exams, many students use AP Prep books that include practice tests, chapter summaries, and strategy tips. Depending on the class, students were either given these books or had the choice to individually purchase the book on their own. “In Physics, we had time to go over material throughout the year and we had books provided that we could go through,” said Jordan.

Sydney Spier, Staff Writer

May 29, 2019

As of Friday, May 17, the 16 various Advanced Placement classes offered at Hollis Brookline High School finally wrapped up their course material with the highly anticipated AP Exams. After months of test preparation and learning/teaching mandatory course material, teachers and students of AP classes can ...

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