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The Warriors play after their quarantine hiatus. Michael McLaughlin ‘21, was ecstatic to get back on the ice, “It's really become something of a second family to me and there's a lot of great guys on the team that I'm going to miss playing with.”

A Battle On and Off the Ice

Dan Aulbach, Staff Writer March 31, 2021

If you had told me before this year that a team that legitimately went through a season and finished with a record of 2 wins, 1 loss, and 1 tie and was in the finals, I would’ve said you were nuts. However,...

Stanford is looking to win more than the Conference championship this March. Guards Kiana Williams and Haley Jones are the team’s primary scorers and are eager to make a push to win it all. Photo by: Kirby Lee/ USA Today Sports

Women’s March Madness Predictions

Adam Razzaboni, Sports Editor March 30, 2021

After a difficult  regular season filled with Covid restrictions, hard schedules, and heightened competition, 64 teams will face off in a March Madness bracket like no other. Fans like Joe O’Reilly...

The Hollis Brookline Girls Basketball Team fell to Pelham during the quarter finals of their game, 60-59. Elizabeth Stapelfeld ‘22 (#23) was top scorer with 22 points, followed by Maggie Crooks ‘22 (#24) with 19 points respectively. After the game Stapelfeld said, “I’m proud of our commitment and attitude as a team. With Covid, we lost a lot of games and time, but everytime we got the chance to play, we gave it our all.”

Down To The Wire

Adam Razzaboni, Sports Editor March 17, 2021

Sunlight glistened through the white shades on the morning of Sunday, March 7th. It started like any other day for senior Brooke Allanch. A staggering walk downstairs for a cup of coffee, followed by a...

Pictured Left to Right, Matt Dias ‘21, Adam Razzaboni ‘21, Blake Bergerson ‘21, Kaleb Popham ‘23, and Robby Haytayan ‘21,  in their last regular season game against Conval. Brian Szewczyk, not pictured, was thrilled to play with teammates that had such a good bond, “ It’s going to be hard to leave these guys but I’m sure we will all keep in touch and have the same chemistry that we had during the season.”

A Bittersweet Yet Real Ending

Dan Aulbach, Staff Writer March 17, 2021

Around a week ago last year, my first article for Cavchron was published, where I wrote about the HB Boys Basketball team and their dominating 13 game winning streak. A few weeks before that, I was able...

Senior swimmers (left to right) Devin Kuchta, Delaneny Weimer, Alex Putney, Meghan Flannery, Hannah Lapointe all had senior years to remember. Filled with Covid restrictions, virtual meets, and lack of pool time, the team was still able to find success. “Everyone on the team was just thankful to have a season and we took what we could get,” said Meghan Flannery ‘21.

Swimming Up Stream- HB Girls Swim Season Recap

Adam Razzaboni, Sports Editor February 19, 2021

The Hollis Brookline Girls Swim Team had a difficult time getting their season underway this year. With their home pool located at the Nashua Boys and Girls Club, it has been a struggle just to get in...

Teddy (‘21) and Troy (‘20) against wrestlers the #1 seed Bishop Guertin. Troy Moscatelli won his match against a favored opponent, and the win was a morale booster for the team. “I felt, performance wise, that my work in the practice room as well as the weight room had paid off and that my conditioning played a key role in my victory.”

HB Wrestling Picks up Final Win of the Season, Has Unfinished Business In the Playoffs

Dan Aulbach, Staff Writer February 19, 2021

On February 12, 2021, Hollis Brookline Wrestling closed out their regular season with a dominant win over Goffstown, winning 38-24 in total team points. Winning wrestlers included seniors Seth Ponders,...

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....

Patriots fans express their feelings about Tom Brady playing for the Buccaneers instead of the Patriots this season. “I still wear a Tom Brady jersey,” says Jack Duquette.

Patriots Fans and their views of Tom Brady

Kaitlyn Ferdinand, Head Editor November 9, 2020

Despite concerns about the COVID-19 pandemic, the NFL managed to start the football season on September 10, 2020. While fans around the nation were excited to see their favorite football player in action,...

Marc-Andre Thermitus ‘21 goes to celebrate with the HB student section after winning the state championship game. “[The fans] were a huge part of playing that game, just the fact that so many people were willing to sit through that weather to support us really made a difference,” said Blake Bergerson ‘21

HB may not see “The Swamp” this fall

Brandon Hsu, Staff Writer October 19, 2020

On October 16, Hollis Brookline football will play against Timberlane in their first home game of the year. However, what is informally called “The Swamp,” HB football’s student section, may have...

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