PINKHAM NOTCH — Three outstanding veterans of the Northeast Delta Dental Mount Washington Road Race will be honored on June 15 by their induction into the Mount Washington Road Race Hall of Fame.
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CONWAY — Mother Nature must not be a tennis fan. If the schedule had played out as planned the Kennett High boys’ tennis team would have played six matches, almost half of its season, by now, but due to snow and rain, the hometown folks had only been able to play two opponents thus far.
CONWAY — Not bad for the second time on a field, it was just shame that had to happen in a regular-season game against a quality opponent. That’s how Coach Peter Ames summed things up after the Kennett High softball team fell 8-3 to Merrimack Valley on the road in Concord on Friday.
CONWAY — The 2019 season is off and running and so is the Kennett High baseball team. The Eagles pounded out 15 hits and stole a record 12 bases, including third twice, in a 13-1 victory over Merrimack Valley in Concord on Friday. The stolen bases were a KHS record for an opening day.
CONWAY — Did you know there are several differences between girls and boys lacrosse? One of the first you’ll noticed is that there are more girls on the field than boys in games. There are 10 boys on a side at one time, while there are 12 girls on the field per team.
CONWAY — With more than half of the program made up by 15 sophomores, the future looks bright for the Kennett High boys’ lacrosse team. While the Eagles may take some lumps in the always competitive Division II early on, they plan to let every team know the hometown flock is here to compete …
CONWAY — The Gary Millen Foundation was formed shortly after the untimely death in May 2006 of longtime Kennett High school teacher and coach Gary Millen. Throughout his life, Gary accentuated the importance of teamwork, sportsmanship, and commitment to excellence and leadership.
CONWAY — The number of athletes out for the Kennett High boys’ tennis team has grown by a quarter over 2018, and that’s with the Eagles losing five seniors to graduation last June.