The CavChron

2019 Winter Warmer Ergatta

 Pictured is 5 members of the Crew team at their Head of the Charles Regatta in the Fall. They participated in it on October 21, 2018. “It’s a long day  of racing, leading people around and cleaning up,” said Katie Souza’ 19.

Sofia Barassi, Sports Editor

March 8, 2019

The Crew team at Hollis Brookline High School hosted their fourth annual Winter Warmer Ergatta on Saturday, Feb. 2. The team had their indoor regatta compiled of many races. “An Ergatta is essentially an indoor regatta, where all races take place on rowing machines (also known as ergs) instead o...

Indoor track season zooms by

Pictured here is junior JJ Kennedy competing in the 55m dash. Kennedy participates in the long jump, 55 meter dash, and the 4x160 relay race. Indoor track is vital to Kennedy because it “allows [him] to stay active all winter, making me the best athlete I can be.”

Ian Babcock, Staff Writer

February 20, 2019

Some sports at Hollis Brookline do not get the same recognition and love as others but are still filled with the same excitement and strong athletes. One of these hidden teams is the indoor track squad, compiled with athletes who are aiming to win and preparing themselves for the upcoming outdoor track ...

Scott Anneser flips onto the mat

After retiring from gymnastics his freshman year, Scott Anneser ‘19 made the transition to wrestling. Just two years after picking up the sport, he is now one of the top wrestlers in the state. “It’s a long and tough season, but it’s all worth it to get your hand raised at the end of a match,” said Anneser.

Kyle Simpson, Staff Writer

February 19, 2019

Scott Anneser ‘19 is currently thriving on the wrestling mat, with a record of 31-5 for the season. However, flashback three years, and you would see Anneser on the gymnastics floor, where he spent over 10 years of his athletic career. After picking up wrestling late in his teenhood after leaving g...

Big splash on the ice

Pictured here is Dylan Terenzoni ‘19 scrambling away from Conval defenders. The HBDS Warriors have seen an improvement in their play this year compared to last, which is evident with their success. “My first three years on the team we had losing records, but this year we are currently 7-4 and tied for fourth place,” said Terenzoni.

Ian Babcock, Staff Writer

February 14, 2019

The HBDS hockey team has been notoriously underwhelming throughout the past few years, combining for only five wins the past three However, this year seems to be looking up with the current bunch of players turning over the puck. At the halfway point of this improving season, the HBDS Warriors stand at...

A pair of HB ball players commit to play in college

Seniors Max Mello and Cassidy Pigott have committed to play in college next year. Before that though, they are looking forward to finishing strong on their senior campaigns. “I’m so hyped for the high school season! See us in Delta Dental Stadium! [location of the championship],” said Mello ‘19.

Kyle Simpson, Staff Writer

February 11, 2019

With the spring baseball and softball seasons right around the corner, a pair of HB players have their futures set on continuing their academic and athletic careers at the collegiate level. Cassidy Pigott, a senior softball star, has verbally committed to play at Becker College in Massachusetts, while...

Waving goodbye to 7 HBHS volleyball players

The varsity volleyball team stands united for one of their last games in their high school careers. Looking closely you can see the players linking hands, uniting them before they step out to the court.

Avery Desruisseau, Staff Writer

December 10, 2018

It's a bittersweet ending to the four-year winning streak for the seven seniors on the girl's varsity volleyball team. Four of these girls have been with the varsity team every year of their high school careers, and have been playing together even before that. Playing with the same girls year after ...

Boys Basketball: What’s to come?

Pictured is Grant Snyder '20 playing last season vs. Goffstown. The team, this year, hopes to do just as well. “We will have a lot of speed this year. Don't sleep on us,” said Snyder.

Sofia Barassi, Sports Editor

November 27, 2018

The 2017-2018 Boys Varsity Basketball team was the one to beat in the NHIAA Division II tournament. The boys finished their regular season in first place with a 19-2 record, and they were granted a bye week in the first round of the tournament. They defeated Milford, Merrimack Valley and Oyster River to foll...

Ready to Row?

Captain Katie Souza ‘19, Rianna Mann ‘21, Captain Brianna Dejoie ‘19 and Taiya Lewis ‘21 row in a race at the Head of the Fish Regatta. This event occurred on Sunday, Oct. 28th in Saratoga Springs, NY. “It’s fun because we get to go the long distance,” said Souza.

Nora Miller, A&E Editor

November 9, 2018

On Oct. 28, the Hollis Brookline High School Crew team competed at the Head of the Fish Regatta in Saratoga Springs, NY. Students rowed against teams from all across North America in races with as many as 85 boats participating. HB traveled to Saratoga Springs the night before, sleeping over at a hote...

Could this year be four-in-a-row for Varsity Volleyball?

Kyra Belden ‘19 is preparing to pass the ball to her teammates. Her and the rest of the varsity volleyball team are getting ready for the state championship tournament. “[The team] is working on their skills, physical and mental, to get ready for the tournament,” said Balfour.

Katelyn Sova, Staff Writer

October 26, 2018

Never before has a Division I volleyball team won the state championship four years in a row in New Hampshire, but Hollis Brookline may be the first to do so. The HB Girls Varsity Volleyball team has won three state championships in the last three years, and are working just as hard this year to secur...

Football captain Michael Gillespie concussed

Michael Gillespie is running the ball. He is in his offensive position, running back, versus Manchester West on 9/21 . He’s “always in position” according to Hillard, which is why he has so many receptions.

Alec MacEachen, News Editor

October 24, 2018

Senior and captain of the football team, Michael Gillespie ‘19, was concussed last Friday in a home game against Souhegan. He is a four year varsity veteran, and one of the cornerstones of the team.“Michael is a hard person to replace,” says Kelly Willet, ‘19, varsity cheerleader who attende...

The student news site of Hollis Brookline High School