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CONWAY — The Kennett High boys’ tennis team won four of the six singles matches against rival Kingswood in Wolfeboro on Monday en route to a 5-4 victory. This was the first of a home-and-home series between the two Carroll County schools which is scheduled to culminate on the courts of the J…

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FRYEBURG — Watching Fryeburg Academy baseball (2-2) over the last three-game stretch has not been for the faint of heart, with each game coming down to the final out with the winning run on base. The Raiders capped off their second win in three games with a 13-inning thriller, a 6-5 win over…

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CONWAY — The Kennett High boys’ tennis team won its home-opener in impressive fashion last Wednesday with a thrilling 5-4 victory over visiting Plymouth at the Jon C. Judge Tennis Park. With the match tied at 3-3 after the singles, the Eagles won two of three doubles contests to win the match.

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CONWAY — The Kennett High and Plymouth baseball teams split a home-and-home series last week with each winning on the other team’s field. The Bobcats won 11-0 at Coach Robert Burns Sr. Varsity Baseball Field (better known as The Bob) on April 26, but the Eagles earned the split with a 9-4 wi…

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FRYEBURG — After being sidelined in 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Fryeburg Academy girls’ tennis team returns to the court in 2021 eager to make up for lost time and have a new coach with longtime ties to the program just as passionate.

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FRYEBURG — First-year Fryeburg Academy baseball Coach Greg Allain is excited about the Raiders' prospects this spring. Coming off three wins and three losses in the preseason, including a are tripleheader of five-inning games against top notch A Conference teams at Kennebunk on April 10, the…

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CONWAY — This year’s Kennett High girls’ lacrosse players are trailblazers for the sport on Eagles’ Way. After earning varsity status for the program last year, the Eagles saw their season stymied by COVID-19, which meant no games were played but the team was able to do skills and drills rem…

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FRYEBURG — In a lament common to many spring coaches, Bob Hodgman-Burns reports that his squad of boys lacrosse players at Fryeburg Academy will be young and inexperienced, having lost a year of skills and development to the COVID-less sports season of spring 2020. The 2021 Raiders will rely…