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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 at 5 PM at Manchester Memorial High school.

A final home hurrah: senior night for HB volleyball

The volleyball team in a pregame huddle.

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. Standing proud and ready to take on Souhegan, their cross town rivals. This was senior night at Hollis...

Softball vs. baseball

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

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 different games.” One thing that softball and baseball have in common is how dangerous they can be. ...

Is preseason training helping?

Prepping the fields is another aspect of getting ready for the spring season.

Kaitlin Johnson, Staff Writer

April 11, 2017

Spring sports are just around the corner, and the potential for this year’s teams looks promising. Hollis Brookline offers a great selection of sports teams to pick for each season, specifically for the spring sports season. HB has lacrosse, baseball, tennis, softball and track & field. But no m...

Baseball and softball get new batting cage

Baseball and softball get new batting cage

JP Blasi, Staff Writer

April 10, 2017

On March 15, company Jaypro Sports of Hartford, CT installed a new batting cage in the gymnasium funded by the Hollis Brookline baseball, softball, and Booster Club programs. The cage is 70 feet long by 12 feet wide, and uses a motor to drop  down from the ceiling. It was purchased for when there is...

Spring has sprung on the track and fields season

Patrick Bloniasz '18 used the winter track season to help him prepare for the upcoming spring season.

Derek Davidson, Staff Writer

April 7, 2017

It may not look like it outside, but spring has sprung, and with it comes another exciting season of track and field. The Hollis Brookline lineup is looking to place as many athletes in the DII championship as they can, and this year they have the tools to do just that. “Their big challenge right no...

Madness

Gonzaga celebrates after their Final Four win against South Carolina

Nate Corsetti, Sports Editor

April 3, 2017

It’s March. For some students, this means spring sports are starting, Others mark it as the end of winter. But some look at it as something else: the heart of basketball season. While basketball at HB has come to a close, college hoops are heating up, as this month marks the start of March Madness. ...

The Pacific Football League: college players getting paid

The Pacific Football League: college players getting paid

Colton Mailloux, Staff Writer

February 10, 2017

For years, the argument of whether college football players should be paid on top of their scholarships has been seen streaming across media outlets all over the nation. The NCAA rakes in billions of dollars off of their student-athletes each year, from ticket sales to the selling of memorabilia. But...

HB student looks to knock out the competition

Christian Moura '17 throwing a left hook during a boxing match

Mario Barassi, Assistant Sports Editor

February 10, 2017

Hollis Brookline offers many different sports during all three seasons, from bass fishing in the fall to bowling in the winter and tennis in the spring. But one sport HB doesn't offer is boxing. There isn't much popularity surrounding boxing in the community, but there are some students who box behin...

More than an average team

Richard Cadario '17 and Scott Stone '17 standing by as Jake Collins '17 bowls a frame.

Jack Belanger, Staff Writer

February 10, 2017

They may not be the greatest team in the standings, but the bowling team may be one of the more unique sport teams at HB. Even though the team meets only a few times a week, the bowling team’s chemistry and excitement for the game has been their calling card throughout the season. Assistant Coach Matt...

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