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CONWAY — It was another good day for the Kennett High boys’ and girls’ cross-country teams on Friday when the Eagles made the jaunt to Plymouth for the annual Plymouth Invitational. The KHS girls finished second out of nine schools, while the boys from Conway saw all three of its captains se…

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CONWAY — The Kennett High boys’ soccer team looks forward to promising opportunities this week, following in the wake of a 5-0 loss at John Stark (4-7-1) in Weare last Tuesday and a Saturday morning loss at home to Hollis-Brookline (7-5-1) by 9-1.

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CONWAY — In a battle of two heavyweights of Division II football, South Division Milford (5-1) bludgeoned the North Division Kennett High Eagles (5-1) on Friday night at Millen Stadium, en route to a commanding 35-7 halftime lead. The Eagles regrouped at halftime to play a much improved seco…

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CONWAY — The Kennett High field hockey team (10-1-0, currently third in Division II) completed another winning week capped off with a 3-0 shutout victory over Oyster River (4-8-0, 13th) at home at Centola Field on Friday.

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Kennett High School volleyball (2-9-0) traveled to Nute High School (3-7-0) in Milton on Monday and played “our most entertaining match of the season,” according to Coach Craig Bartolomei. In the 3-1 match loss, each game was tightly contested, while Nute prevailed: 25-20, 23-25, 25-22, 25-21.

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CONWAY — It is oft-stated that soccer can be the cruelest sport. If one local team has seen that cruelty most fiercely this fall, it has been the Kennett High School girls (3-8-0, tied for 15th in Division II). Currently mired in a streak of losing three one-goal games, the Eagles girls rema…

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FRYEBURG, Maine — The Fryeburg Raiders (5-5-1) boys’ soccer team is riding a four-game win streak to move up Western Maine Class B standings all the way to sixth place. Over the past eight days, the Raiders have posted three shutouts, over St. Dominic’s, 3-0, York, 2-0, and Wells, 7-0.

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CONWAY — The Kennett High School golf team is in a rarefied position: first place in Division II with a record of 17-2-0. The Eagles enhanced their regular season standing last Thursday with a victory on their home North Conway Country Club course.

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CONWAY — The Northern New England High School Mountain Biking season is underway. The local teams from Kennett High School and Fryeburg Academy have had two races. There is also a new Berlin/Gorham team this season.

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CONWAY — The North Conway Tennis Association, New Hampshire-based Advantage Kids (advantagekids.net) and United States Tennis Association-certified Teaching Professional Justin Chafee will facilitate weekly programs for youth indoor tennis at Cranmore this fall and winter beginning Oct. 23.