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CONWAY — Kennett Middle School will host some very special guests in the Seidenstuecker Gymnasium this Thursday, Nov. 21, at 6:30 p.m. The Harlem Rockets, a talented group of basketball entertainers who combine incredible showtime basketball skills and family friendly comedy, will face the K…

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FRYEBURG — Nora Zhai of Fryeburg Academy recently competed in the Maine Girls State Golf Tournament on a cold wet afternoon at the at Natanis Golf Course in Vassalboro, Maine, on Oct. 4.

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CONWAY — A winter sports preseason informational meeting for all high school athletes and their parents will be held on Tuesday, Nov. 19, at 5 p.m., in the Loynd Auditorium at Kennett High School. KHS Athletic Director Neal Weaver will give a brief welcome and information session, including …

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FRYEBURG — If a nine-match losing streak doesn’t knock you down, then clearly some life lessons, spirit and fight are within any sports team. Such is the case for the Fryeburg girls’ soccer team, after the Raiders (3-11-0) began their season with two wins and two losses before facing the iro…

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CONWAY — While the 2019 Kennett High boys’ soccer team tripled its win total from the previous year, the Eagles fell short of their goal of playing in the postseason this fall.

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CONWAY — Only one of the top four seeds in the Division II football playoff was victorious on Saturday. Unfortunately, Kennett, the No. 4 seed, joined No. 2 Milford and No. 3 Pelham on the short end of the scoreboard and saw their seasons come to an abrupt end.

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CONWAY — Allison Wagner, Clas of 2011; and coach Phil Haynes, a member of the Class of 1970, are part of the 27th group chosen for Kennett High’s Sports Hall of Fame. They will be inducted this Saturday, Nov. 9, in a ceremony at the Red Jacket Mountain View Resort in North Conway.

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CONWAY — The Saint Joseph's Monks (8-0, No. 1 seed in Great North Atlantic Conference, 17-3 overall), earned passage to the GNAC field hockey tournament final in Standish, Maine this Saturday at 1 p.m.

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FRYEBURG — On a cool autumn evening at the lighted soccer pitch of Greely High School (9-2-4, No. 3 seed) in Cumberland, Maine, the Fryeburg Academy Raiders (7-8-1, No. 11 seed) saw their fairy tale second half of the season, and their tournament run, come to a close with a 3-0 loss to the h…

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CONWAY — Sut Marshall, Class of 1959; Mandi Manoogian, ’01; Sarah (Martin) Keyser, ’01; Jennifer (Luoma) McCraken, ’02; Ricky Gaudreau, ’10; Allison Wagner, ’11; and coach Phil Haynes, a member of the Class of 1970, make up the 27th group chosen for Kennett High’s Sports Hall of Fame.