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HB takes on Large Group

HB takes on Large Group

Natalie Lewis, Staff Writer

April 14, 2016


Filed under April, News

On Saturday, March 19, Hollis Brookline’s concert band and wind ensemble traveled to Bow High School to compete in the annual NHMEA Large Group Festival.   The festival hosted schools from all over New Hampshire, as each school brought their collaborative talents to make up an eclectic repr...

Auditions: scary or educational?

Auditions: scary or educational?

Andrew Carr, Staff Writer

April 14, 2016


Filed under A & E, April, Showcase

Auditions have always been a rather challenging and stressful endeavor for those taking their passion seriously. While there has never truly been a universal way to prepare for such a task, individual performers have discovered what works best for them. Peter Szczeszynski ‘19, who recently audit...

Sticking a spike in spring sports

Sticking a spike in spring sports

Cam Chrystal, Staff Writer

April 8, 2016


Filed under April, Showcase, Sports

The boys volleyball team is looking for success this upcoming season. Usually shadowed by other spring sports, such as lacrosse and baseball, people don’t usually think of volleyball when they hear spring sports. Despite this, the team is actually very popular among the young men at Hollis Brookline. Some...

Robotics travels to Boston University

Robotics travels to Boston University

Ben Lombardi, Staff Writer

April 8, 2016


Filed under April, News, Showcase

Last weekend, Hollis Brookline High School’s FIRST Robotics team led by twelve mentors and about fifty students traveled to Boston University for their second season competition. What is so impressive about this program is that it is run by the students. The adults who are there are only mentors and ...

From Broadway to Bach: Tri-M’s annual Chamber Recital a success

From Broadway to Bach: Tri-M’s annual Chamber Recital a success

Nicole Poitras, A&E Editor

April 5, 2016


Filed under A & E, April, Showcase

On the evening of Tuesday, March 29, family and community members gathered in the gorgeous hall of the Hollis Congregational Church. There, Hollis Brookline’s chapter of the Tri-M Music Honor Society put on their annual Chamber Recital. For about an hour, the 23 members of the Society came together to...

HB reeling in a bass fishing team

HB reeling in a bass fishing team

Nate Corsetti, Staff Writer

April 5, 2016


Filed under April, Featured Sports Story Carousel, Showcase, Sports

Hollis Brookline offers a wide variety of sports for students to take part in. One sport, however, that has not been offered before at HB is bass fishing... until now. This fall, Hollis Brookline will have a high school bass fishing team. Nothing is confirmed yet, but Kyle Bentall ‘18 and Richar...

Making memories with sappy seniors

Making memories with sappy seniors

Niki Maragos and Shannon Fitzpatrick

April 5, 2016


Filed under April, Features, Showcase, Video

Seniors Ryan Walsh, Shae Berry, Keenan Troddyn, Vanessa Hale, Cat Cotton, and Erik Bodholt told CavChron reporter Shannon Fitzpatrick their favorite memories during their years in highschool at HB. ...

Young team holds high aspirations

Young team holds high aspirations

Cam Chrystal, Staff Writer

April 5, 2016


Filed under April, Featured Sports Story Carousel, Showcase, Sports

With spring sports starting last week, the girls lacrosse team has high hopes for this season. There are only a few returning seniors and six freshmen, so the team is very young. With all of the new players and JV players making the step up to varsity, there is clearly a lot to learn. In spite of thi...

Coasters & quarries

Coasters & quarries

Bella Zampieri and Katie Machon

April 4, 2016


Filed under April, Opinion

One of the most anticipated days among high school seniors, other than graduation, is the senior trip. It’s one of the last times in June where seniors come together as a grade before parting for the summer and later heading off to college.  This year, senior trip will be split into two day trips....

The perfect score

The perfect score

Emma Dougherty, News Editor

April 1, 2016


Filed under April, News, Showcase

AP Testing. Two words that most upperclassmen dread while looking forward to the coming May and the eventual end of the school year. The endless study sessions, expensive AP prep material, and repetitive review for the various AP classes sends a chill through most students.   Yet, las...

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