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CONCORD — The New Hampshire Interscholastic Athletic Association hopes to begin high school sports practices on May 4 with games to start the following week.

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CONCORD — The New Hampshire Interscholastic Athletic Association is still hoping to have a high school spring sports season. Hopefully, it will just start a little later than we had all anticipated.

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CONCORD — The New Hampshire Basketball Coaches Organization’s Mr. & Ms. New Hampshire Basketball Committee has selected Rebecca Wright, from Lebanon High School and Ryan Grijalva, Exeter High School, as the 2020 Mr. & Ms. New Hampshire Basketball.

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CONWAY — Three members of the Kennett High ice hockey — seniors Connor Tofflemoyer and Miles Woodbury along with junior Bryson Wrobleski — have been named to the Division III All-State Second Team. The trio helped the Eagles reach the state finals where they were named co-champions along wit…

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CONWAY — Kennett High senior Liz Cote has been named to the New Hampshire Basketball Coaches Organization’s Division II All-State, Second-Team roster. She led the Eagles in scoring, assists, minutes played and was second in rebounding.

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CONWAY — If you’re only as good as your last game, the Kennett High boys’ basketball and ice hockey teams closed the books on their respective seasons on a winning note and in impressive fashion. The New Hampshire Interscholastic Athletic Association announced Monday afternoon the remainder …

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CONWAY — A spring sports preseason informational meeting for all high school athletes and their parents will be held this Monday, March 16, at 5:30 p.m. at Kennett High School in the Loynd Auditorium. KHS Athletic Director Neal Weaver will give a brief welcome and information session, includ…

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CONWAY — A day after announcing that postseason hockey and basketball games would proceed with some attendance restrictions, the New Hampshire Interscholastic Athletic Association on Friday suspended all tournament games.

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CONWAY — Senior tri-captains Wyatt Arriaga, Riley Fletcher and Justin Olson each knocked down a pair of three-pointers in a 24-15 third-quarter run to lead the Kennett High boys’ basketball team to a 52-41 victory over visiting Souhegan in the opening round of the Division II tournament befo…

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FRYEBURG — High school Nordic skiing has two separate events to decide New England’s best. Athletes qualify by age for either the Under-16 Championships (called U16’s, for 14 and 15 year olds) or the full Eastern High School Championships (called EHSC’s, for anyone in high school). The EHSC’…

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CONWAY — With the way this basketball season has gone for the Kennett High boys this winter, no one was surprised that the regular-season finale with rival Kingswood needed overtime to decide it. Coach Jack Loynd’s cardiac kids went down to the wire again, beating the Knights 70-66 in overti…

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CONWAY — The Kennett High ice hockey team will be bringing havoc to the Plymouth State University Ice Arena on Wednesday night. Senior Miles Woodbury scored 3:21 into overtime on Saturday to give the No. 6 seeded Eagles a 4-3 victory over No. 3 Hollis-Brookline-Derryfield (13-5-1) at Conway …

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CONWAY — A terrific season ended a little sooner than any of the Kennett High girls’ basketball team and its supporters had hoped last Tuesday when No. 11 seeded Sanborn knocked the No. 6 Eagles out of the Division II playoffs with a 33-32 preliminary round victory in the Peter Ames Gymnasium.

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CONWAY — The second season — the playoffs — is about to begin and no one should be looking forward to playing the Kennett High ice hockey team. The Eagles are finally starting to get healthy that makes the hometown flock a dangerous foe.