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Serving up boys volleyball

Serving up boys volleyball

Kyle Simpson, Staff Writer

May 13, 2019

The all-stars of HB baseball

Joe Messina, gearing up for his next game against Coe-Brown in the HB dugout. The boys continue their winning season. “I love baseball,” said Joe Messina ‘19.

Nate Blake, Staff Writer

May 8, 2019

It’s no secret that the Hollis Brookline baseball team is a force to be reckoned with this year. The past seasons have not treated the baseball team kindly; however, this year, they are comprised of the former middle school Tri-County Champions, who are now juniors and seniors, making this a season t...

Can you reLAX while your kid plays?

Connor Farwell ‘19 plays against Alverin on their season opener on April 10th. While Farwell is a small player he has been a three year varsity player despite is short stature. “You can learn skills to evade players” says Farwell, which he demonstrates as he goes around an Alverin player.

Alec MacEachen, News Editor

May 7, 2019

As the HB lacrosse field, or better known as “lax” field thaws, the teams hit the field to start up their new season. Starting early in the season, and from a young age, can give anyone an edge on learning how to play safe. But, how safe is a sport where it is a commonplace to hit each other with metal or...

A striking start to the softball season

Even though the girls had a slow start to the season, they keep playing every game with the same energy. As the team exits from a huddle, they prepare to destroy the opposing team. “Together, we all have the power to do big things,” says Kylie Krivis ‘20.

Josie Farwell, Staff Writer

May 3, 2019

After their first, devastating, loss of the season which went 14-0 against Merrimack Valley, the HB softball team can only go up from there. With new head coach Frank Lukovits, the team is already expecting change from last year regarding the overall energy on and off the field. For the softball...

Meeting their match

Rory Klauber (left) and Will Pesiridis (right) competed in doubles against Conval this past Wednesday. “This was the only loss during the match,” said Pesiridis ‘21, but it didn’t pose a threat to the team as they ended with an 8-1 win. The boys’ next game is against Goffstown on their home court!

Paisley Broadhurst, Staff Writer

April 20, 2019

Last season, the Boys Tennis Team fell short at the Division II Championship to their local rivals, Souhegan High School. The team is determined to make it back to the finals, and now they have the experience from last year as an advantage to do so. The team is very optimistic about the season that’s ahead of t...

Will JV Softball ever play their first game of the season?

Our girls are ready to get fired up to take on their first game this season.

Myra Morin, Staff Writer

April 19, 2019

As April moves in very quickly, the start to our spring sports is rolling. For our JV softball team, it has been quite challenging for them as all of their games have been canceled. Due to the cliche phrase, “April showers bring May flowers,” our JV team has been set back four games out of their 11...

Boys lacrosse shoots hot into the season

The lacrosse team has quickly adjusted and benefitted from a coaching change and are off to a blistering 4-0 start. “It’s a lot different playing under younger coaches, but they’re working us so we can get to our full potential. It definitely took a couple weeks to get used to the change but overall it’s made us better as a whole,” said Jonathan Kroposki ‘19.

Kyle Simpson, Staff Writer

April 19, 2019

The boy's lacrosse team underwent a major coaching change this offseason, but with a team of experienced seniors and promising underclassmen, expectations are high. After back to back Final Four appearances from 2016-2017, the team was eliminated in the opening round of playoffs in 2018. This season i...

Lacrosse lobsters

Pictured here is the girls varsity lacrosse team laying on the bleachers in an attempt to tan between games. “It was actually kind of nice,” says White. “Well, until we realized what happened. That just hurt.”

Lily Coady, Staff Writer

April 19, 2019

With baseball and softball officially up and running, spring sports have just come into full swing. As tennis players hit the court and runners make rounds on the track, girl’s lacrosse has, likewise, begun to lay down in the sun. Last week, the girls made use of their time at a lacrosse tournament b...

Beginning of the Madness

Pictured here are Duke’s superstars RJ Barrett and Zion Williamson. Duke is poised to make some noise in the tournament this year, with a star-studded lineup and a veteran coach. “Duke has a lot of talent and looks ready to win the tournament,” said Evan Simonds.

Ian Babcock, Staff Writer

March 15, 2019

The month of March features one major sporting event, one that sports fans everywhere go crazy over. 64 college teams from schools all over the country, ranging in size from 5,000 kids to 50,000 kids, are all thrown into a six round bracket. This win or go home sporting event is called March Madness w...

HB basketball star emerges and now all the girls are in love with him

Dhruv Miglani ‘19 stands proudly in front of the score board at the end of his career boosting game. Miglani has a fantastic game with 19 points on the night. “I don’t think I’m ever going to forget hitting that shot,” said Miglani.

Sofia Barassi, Sports Editor

March 8, 2019

On Wednesday, March 6, the HBHS Boys Basketball team traveled to Pelham High School to play in the preliminary round of the NHIAA Division II tournament. Coached by Cole Etten, the team headed into this game knowing it was going to be a tough matchup. “All we were concerned about was what we were capable ...

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