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Math Team adds another trophy to the case

First-year Varsity member, Kail Arthur ‘21, heard about the Math Team from a few classmates that had done it before and figured she would give it a shot this season. “We had a ton of fun together throughout the season and we made an awesome team. I'm really proud of all the work everyone put in and it was so amazing to see that work pay off,” said Arthur.

Rory Klauber, Staff Writer

March 6, 2020

After a 12-year run of claiming the first-place Math Team regular-season trophy, Hollis Brookline High School has come in close second to their rivals, Bishop Guertin (BG) the last two years. This year, the team had something to prove, that they are the rightful holders of the first place trophy. On W...

HB bowlers suffer unexpected defeat at championship

Varsity Bowler Tim Leclerc ‘21 winds up his shot at the last practice before the championship. The scores players achieve during practice help determine their standings on the team, with only the top eight bowlers qualifying for varsity. “I’d say as a team, we do really well under pressure,” said Leclerc.

Josh Hill, Staff Writer

March 6, 2020

On Saturday, Feb. 22, Hollis-Brookline competed against other schools across New Hampshire in the State Bowling Championship game. HB came in first once before in 2012, and this year, with a roster full of dedicated and talented players, the team was confident they would do it again. Sadly, they fell s...

Girls basketball: A mid-season recap

The girls team surrounds Coach Bob Murphy, reviewing their game plan. The girls need to “go in strong, playing our game, moving the ball more” said Amanda Goclowski ‘20 as they head into their game against Kearsarge.

Ryan Coutu, News Editor

March 6, 2020

The Hollis Brookline’s Girls Basketball team is no stranger to success. The past three years have seen three solid seasons, including a championship and a second place finish. This year is no exception. The team is currently 17-2 with dominating wins since the start of the season. They are primed ...

Five podcasts you need to listen to

Students all around HB love to dive into a good podcast as they go through their school day, listening to what someone else has to say. “I like podcasts because you get to hear someone’s story without having to read it. When you hear a podcast you get to close your eyes and listen and imagine [you’re there] with the person, which is fun,” said student and  advid podcast listener Tatiana Madsen ‘20.

Lauren Hunt, Staff Writer

March 3, 2020

Whether you’re bored during your study period or just driving around, podcasts are a great way to occupy your time. Any excuse is a great excuse to dive into a podcast, and with a variety available, there’s bound to be a podcast out there for everyone! If you’re looking to indulge in a new ser...

AP art student spotlight

AP art student spotlight

Emma Stoll, Features Editor

March 3, 2020

Lina Pepper’s small collective of AP Studio Art students is an incredibly talented group of artists. This infographic introduces each of the artists and serves as a sort of cover article for an upcoming series of in-depth Student Spotlight articles. Each artist- and their portfolio- will have thei...

HB Boys continue to surge win streak

 Matt Dias ‘21 at, attempting a 3-point shot against Hanover. Dias led the team in points to a victory, 70-63. “We knew going in that Hanover was probably the best shooting team we were going to play all season, so it was key that we closed out their shooters and sprinted back on defense,” said Dias.

Dan Aulbach, Staff Writer

March 3, 2020

The charge continues through the regular season for HB Boys Basketball. On February 12, 2020, the Cavaliers (13-3) handed the Hanover Marauders (15-2) their first loss of the season in a game that was close the entire length, 70-63. This win gave HB their 11th win in a row since starting out with a rough 2-3 record....

Game Results – Monday 3/2

Sports, Writer

March 3, 2020

Results from Monday - March 2nd :   The Boys Basketball team traveled to Lebanon (14-2), and behind the scoring of Max Staplefeld and Grant Snyder with 16 points each along with some tenacious defense, the Cav's came away with a 51-48 victory to improve to 14-3 with one regular season game...

Dog of the Week 🐕 3-24

Dog of the Week 🐕 3-24

March 29, 2019

Introducing Daisy, this week's adorable dog!!!     Submitted by Cooper Adair '22

World of Dance: what to expect this season

The Kings, a hip hop group in the Upper Team division, performs for the judges. In this routine, they shocked the audience with their routine, and showed off their challenging stunts. Jennifer Lopez, one of the judges, was mind blown by this group, saying that she was “shook to the core” by their performance.

Katelyn Sova, Staff Writer

March 29, 2019

Dancers all across the country dream of the day they will finally become a professional. But for many, it is a struggle to find opportunities to show their talent. Situations like these are when competitive dance TV shows, such as World of Dance, come into play. World of Dance, a competitive dance TV show ...

Mohawk Tannery: A reminder of Nashua’s industrialized past

Commercial fencing surround the grounds of the proposed Superfund site where the former tannery remained in operation from 1924 to 1984. Throughout the lifetime of the plant, chemicals involved in the leather-tanning process were discharged into on-site lagoons.

Harry Bates, Asst. Editor-in-Chief

March 26, 2019

On approximately thirty acres on Fairmount Street in Nashua lays the remnants of the once thriving Granite State Leather company, commonly referred to as Mohawk Tannery, which remained in operation for nearly sixty years. With the site now nearing three-decades since its closure, the graffiti-vandalize...

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