The student news site of Hollis Brookline High School

The CavChron

The student news site of Hollis Brookline High School

The CavChron

The student news site of Hollis Brookline High School

The CavChron

Top Row left to right: Assistant Coach Annie Roy- Faucher, Miranda Bergeron, Adam Lallemand, Chloe Gisetto, Rachel Levesque, Mason Getter, Dylan Jewett, Allie Caiazzo, Cassidy Krivis, Alex Fay, Cambria Jewett, Head Coach Kimberly Smith
Middle Row: Kiyra Weaver- Bartis, Katelyn Heidell, Brendan Nixon, Abby Kellner, Matthew Dragon
Bottom Row: Kylie Gavin, Joshua Ward, Alyssa Bunker, Jasmine Coutermarsh, Jessica Eisenhauer, Madison Lemos

Unified Track Finishes Strong & Builds Community

Kimberly Smith, Unified Track Coach June 15, 2023

HB Unified Track & Field had a fabulous 2023 season. This spring we attended two track meets, hosted four other schools at HB and finished the season traveling to Londonderry for the Unified Track...

Division II State Champions 23: Varsity Girls Lacrosse

Girls Sports Wrap-up & Track’s Strong Season

Claire Ballou, Sports Editor June 14, 2023

Track - GIRLS    The HB Girls’ Track team had one of their most successful seasons in recent history, with several athletes going to the State Championship and one athlete, Lilly Bouchard, participating...

Boys Volleyball players rejoice over their second season sweep and back-to-back Division II wins, in 22 and this season.

Two Championships & a Season: Boys Spring Sports Wrap-up

Kyle Sanborn, Sportswriter June 14, 2023

Boys' spring sports are coming to an end. Varsity Baseball, JV Baseball, Varsity Volleyball, JV Volleyball, Boys Tennis and Boys Varsity Lacrosse have all had successful seasons, whether it’s improvement...

Girls Lacrosse Wins Division II State Championship

Girls Lacrosse Wins Division II State Championship

Linda Haytayan, Girls Lacrosse Coach June 7, 2023

The Girls Lacrosse team defeated Hanover 12-11 in the NHIAA Division II Girls Lacrosse Championship game. HB had the lead until 2:24 minutes left on the clock when Hanover scored to tie the game 11-11....

Austyn Kump, winner of the first-ever NH individual girls state wrestling tournament.

Making History: Meet Austyn Kump, Girls Wrestling State Champion

Aiden C. Barker April 10, 2023

Austyn Kump, a senior at Hollis Brookline High School (HBHS), had never wrestled in her life. Sure, she had watched others wrestle for her own school and the occasional boxing scene in a Hollywood film,...

HBDS team celebrates after Assistant Captian Jack Lager scores a goal.

HBDS Heads to the Playoffs

Alex Razzaboni, Sports Editor March 15, 2023

The Hollis Brookline Derryfield Hockey team has been smooth sailing through their long season. As of right now, they are 12-4, and 4-0 in overtime wins.  The HBDS hockey team has been led by Captain...

Players rush to celebrate a big win over Portsmouth.

HBVB Season Wrap-Up: Powerful Bonds Pay Off

Alex Willard, Sportswriter November 7, 2022
“The team is extremely motivated because we have a great team bond and are all very invested in the well-being of the team,” said Sophia Jordan '25.
Girls Lax Advances to Championship

Girls Lax Advances to Championship

Sports, Writer June 4, 2018

Congratulations to the Girls Lacrosse Team on beating the #1 seed Winnacunnet in the semifinals and advancing to the championship game! HB will face Portsmouth in the championship on Tuesday, June 5th...

The volleyball team in a pregame huddle.

A final home hurrah: senior night for HB volleyball

Colton Mailloux, Staff Writer May 22, 2017

As the starting six for HB stood on the court on Monday night, something was very different in the typical lineup. Five of the six were seniors, ready to play one of their last home regular season games....

Varsity baseball player Nate Corsetti 17 and varsity softball player Katie Connors 17

Softball vs. baseball

Hannah Balfour, Staff Writer April 20, 2017

Softball and baseball have existed for hundreds of years. The two sports, though similar, are quite different. Erin Robbins, long time varsity softball coach, said that the two sports are “completely...

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