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CONWAY — Winter didn’t end the way any of us hoped it would or could have imagined it would when teams at Kennett High started their preseasons in late November and early December. Participation levels were once again great, bringing a smile to KHS Athletic Director Neal Weaver’s face, and t…

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I’m missing sports big time. Spring is my favorite time of the year. I was so looking forward to the first Kennett High versus Fryeburg Academy track meet; watching the hometown baseball and softball teams take to the diamond. Watching the tennis teams compete against their opponents and the…

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CONCORD — The New Hampshire Interscholastic Athletic Association hopes to begin high school sports practices on May 4 with games to start the following week.

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CONCORD — The New Hampshire Interscholastic Athletic Association is still hoping to have a high school spring sports season. Hopefully, it will just start a little later than we had all anticipated.

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Editor’s note: U.S. Biathlete Jake Brown shared how the season came to an abrupt ending for he and Sean Doherty and their teammates in a post on March 20 on the U.S. Biathlon website. The following are excerpts from his post.

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CONWAY — Just as it seemed like Center Conway’s Sean Doherty was hitting his stride on the world stage in biathlon the plug was pulled on the season due to the COVID-19 virus.

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CONCORD — Several scholarships are available to defray the cost of attending New Hampshire’s Becoming an Outdoors Woman (BOW) fall weekend workshop. To be considered for financial assistance, interested women must mail a completed scholarship application postmarked by April 29, along with a …

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CONCORD — The New Hampshire Basketball Coaches Organization’s Mr. & Ms. New Hampshire Basketball Committee has selected Rebecca Wright, from Lebanon High School and Ryan Grijalva, Exeter High School, as the 2020 Mr. & Ms. New Hampshire Basketball.

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CONWAY — Three members of the Kennett High ice hockey — seniors Connor Tofflemoyer and Miles Woodbury along with junior Bryson Wrobleski — have been named to the Division III All-State Second Team. The trio helped the Eagles reach the state finals where they were named co-champions along wit…

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The Mount Washington Valley Youth Hockey Association U10 Squirts finished their season with an outstanding performance in winning the annual Seacoast League Tournament. Fortunately, the season wrapped up just as the COVID-19 outbreak was having an impact on professional and youth sports.

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CONWAY — Kennett High senior Liz Cote has been named to the New Hampshire Basketball Coaches Organization’s Division II All-State, Second-Team roster. She led the Eagles in scoring, assists, minutes played and was second in rebounding.