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CONWAY — The Conway Parks & Recreation Department is offering a seven-and-a-half-week summer program geared for boys and girls ages 6-14, beginning on Monday, June 24 and concluding on Tuesday, Aug. 13, from its new home on the campus of Kennett Middle School in Conway Village.

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FRYEBURG — Calling all young boys and girls basketball players — if you'd like to work on your skills and improve your court savvy, a pair of basketball camps are being offered this summer. Fryeburg Academy boys' coach Sedge Saunders is once again running a camp, the Fryeburg Academy Basketb…

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CONWAY — Chris Caputo closed the book on his Kennet High athletic career by competing in the prestigious New England Outdoor Track and Field Championships at Thornton Academy in Saco, Maine, on Saturday. He finished 21st overall after being seeded 25th in the 400 meters.

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CONWAY — Kennett High School Athletic Director Neal Weaver was recognized by the National Interscholastic Athletic Administrators Association (NIAAA) in Indianapolis, Ind., on Friday as a Certified Athletic Administrator.

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CONWAY — Chris Caputo wrote the final chapter in the spring sports season for Kennett High School on Saturday when he laced up his running shoes for the final time as an Eagle and competed in 400 meters in the New England Outdoor Track and Field Championships at Thornton Academy in Saco, Maine.

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CONWAY — Basketball referees may not see everything that happens on the court but they saw enough of Kennett High junior Liz Cote to name her the 2018-19 recipient of the prestigious John E. Burke Sportsmanship Award. Only one girl and one boy in the Granite State are bestowed this honor each year.

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CONWAY — The Kennett High girls’ basketball team fresh of an appearance in the state championship game in March, is heading back to work this Saturday, holding a fundraiser. The Eagles will hold a car wash from 9 a.m. to noon at Mountain Center Physical Therapy in Conway Village.

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CONWAY — Kennett High turned in a few top-notch performances at the prestigious Meet of Champions on Saturday afternoon at the University of New Hampshire in Durham. The meet brought together the top 16 athletes in each event from Division I, II and III.