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FRYEBURG — Stay healthy and keep improving — that’s the message Coach Bob Hodgman-Burns has for the Fryeburg Academy boys’ soccer team as it gears up for postseason play.

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Early last week, both Kennett soccer teams faced off against Berlin under the lights of Millen Stadium, sweeping the Mountaineers. The boys broke a tie in the last ten minutes to win 3-2 on Monday, and the girls shut the Mountaineers out for a 4-0 victory on Tuesday. Here are some shots from…

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FRYEBURG, Maine — The Fryeburg Academy girls soccer team rang the school bell Sept. 28 after a hard-fought 4-3 victory over rival Sacopee Valley in overtime.

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CONWAY — There’s no place like home. Members of the Kennett High boys’ and girls’ cross-country teams proved that on Saturday afternoon when every Eagle set either a personal or seasonal best in the team’s lone home meet of the fall at the Kennett Invitational. It was the perfect 78th birthd…

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CONWAY — Playing well and moving up the standings, the defending Division II state champion Kennett High field hockey team is rounding into shape at the right time.

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CONWAY — After netting 17 goals in its previous two matches, the Kennett High girls’ soccer team ran into a stingy Milford squad at the nest last Tuesday. The Spartans jumped out to a 4-0 lead in the first half and went on to a 5-1 victory.

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CONWAY — Football fans were treated to an exciting half of football on Friday night at Gary Mllen Stadium when Kennett High hosted longtime rival Plymouth for homecoming. More than 1,000 spectators turned out for the game which saw the hometown Eagles lead 14-13 at the half. The Bobcats regr…

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CONWAY — Playing well and moving up the standings, the defending Division II state champion Kennett High field hockey team is rounding into shape at the right time.

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CONWAY — After being stymied offensively through the first three weeks, the Kennett High football team clicked on all cylinders last Saturday at Merrimack Valley’s expense. The Eagles rolled over the Pride 42-21 in Penacook in a game that was never close.

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CONWAY — Jack Loynd has coached several great teams over the years, but his best was over this spring and summer when he created Team Camden 192, which brought the community together to raise funds to support cancer research and recovery. Team Camden, named in honor of Jackson resident Camde…