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The team celebrates one of their many wins last year. They had done very well but lost in one of the first games of the playoffs last year. “We are a family and we all are so passionate about the sport we play. We display hard work and determination and have the true HB spirit.” said Paul Vachon ‘22.

The Hockey Team’s Upcoming Season

Lauren Rogers, Features Editor January 27, 2021

This year, the Hollis Brookline-Derryfield Hockey Team has had to overcome many COVID-related hurdles to have a shot at as much of a regular-season as possible. The precautions taken to keep everyone safe...

Troy Moscatelli after winning a wrestling match. Moscatelli has been wrestling most of his life, and is continuing his wrestling career on the varsity team at HB. Photo from Troy Moscatelli.

HB Wrestling Season

Lillian Sullivan, Staff Writer January 27, 2021

The Hollis Brookline Varsity Wrestling team is stronger than ever this year, but they may not get to fully showcase that. The team has new restrictions in place, and their season will be far from normal....

Popular Music at HB

Popular Music at HB

The most prevalent music taste at Hollis Brookline High School ranges from different genres, depending on both the age groups and the newest viral videos on social media. Pop and Rap are stereotypically...

The HB girls win over Milford, 62-14 in their first game. Stapelfeld was the highest scorer with 19 points.

Girl’s Basketball: Overcoming the Setbacks

Caroline Clark , Staff Writer January 20, 2021

When COVID hit last year, basketball was winding down, but nobody thought that the next season would be impacted the way it has. Just a few weeks ago, there was speculation as to whether or not it would...

 Emma Armstong competing on her horse. The horse she is on is running through a course. “I would like to make a name for myself through competing and continuing my riding education,” said Armstong ‘21.

Emma Armstrong going to Florida Next Semester for Internship

Abigail Brown, Op-Ed Editor January 15, 2021

Next semester, Emma Armstrong, a senior at Hollis-Brookline High school, will move down to Florida to continue learning about riding, training, competing and much more through a hands-on internship.    The...

Many students are using the Common Application to apply to college. The application process has been a hard one, especially with Covid-19, but students are trying to make it work by asking for help. “Having the support from my parents was really something I benefited from,” said Delaney Wiemer.

HB Seniors Take on College Apps.

Caitlin Treacy , Arts and Entertainment Editor January 15, 2021

2020 has been full of uncertainties, and that extends to college applications. The pandemic has brought more worries to the already stressful process. Nevertheless, HB students are powering through with...

A violin sits in its case, waiting for an eager student to play it. The lack of strings-related ensembles or classes has caused many complaints among strings musicians. “Unless the kids have private teachers or are already a part of a different ensemble, it is hard to maintain playing the instrument because there is nowhere for them to play it,” said Claudia Pack ‘22.

No strings?

Elise Dinbergs, Co-A&E Editor February 3, 2020

At Hollis-Brookline High School, students have several options to pursue their musical talents and dreams by playing an instrument in either the concert or jazz ensembles, or singing in the concert or...

Game Results – Friday 1/31 & Saturday 2/1

Sports, Writer February 3, 2020

Results from Friday/Saturday - Jan.31st /Feb 1st :   The Bowling teams (V and JV) dominated the competition on Saturday in a 3 team match up against Sanborn and Hillsborough Deering. Both teams...

Game Results – Thursday 1/30

Sports, Writer February 3, 2020

Results from Thursday - January 30th : The Wrestling team remained unbeaten (5-0) in Division II dual meets last night, with a 51-26 win over previously unbeaten Merrimack.  Leading the way with pins...

Local convenience stores are packed with various vape and tobacco products. Stores all around the state have put up signs to detail the legal age change, which will hopefully result in less underage people having access to the products. “I feel like younger kids that do it only do it to look cool, but people who started it to look cool definitely have a problem,” said a group of HB students.

Legal age for buying tobacco has changed

TJ McKenna, Assistant Sports Editor January 30, 2020

On Dec. 22, I turned 18, excited that I’m finally eligible to be drafted into the next war and can legally buy tobacco products. To my surprise, though, when I walked into the convenience store for the...

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