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October 19, 2018

October 19,2018

~Are you interested in joining the Red Cross Club but haven't been able to because of fall sports? You can still join after sports end! The Red Cross Club meets in Room 221 right after school on Mondays. If you would like more information you can contact Mrs. Foster. 

~Tickets for The Curious Savage are now on Sale

Keep in mind that it is assigned seating, and tickets will go quickly!
Tickets are:
$10 General Admission
$8 for Seniors (65+). Please use the discount code "seniordiscount" when prompted. 
$5 for SAU Staff and Students with School ID. Please use the code "studentstaff" when prompted.
Click Here to visit the Brown Paper Tickets event page.

~Don't Forget - Our 4th Ever 24 Hour Play Festival, featuring 27 HBHS students writing, designing, acting, and producing their own 10 minute original plays is nearly ONE WEEK away! Festival will be Saturday October 27 at 8pm in the auditorium. Admission is free. 


~Harvest Ball Dance- Friday November 2 at 7:00pm in the mini gym


SPORTS

Results from Wednesday - Oct 17th :Games for Friday -Oct. 17th :

The Football team travels to Alvirne,bus at 5pm , game at 7pm.

The Boys Varsity Soccer team travels to Pelham, dismissal at 2pm, bus at 2:15pm , game at 4pm. ( no Jv game).

The Girls Soccer team hosts Souhegan, V at 4pm at HS field and JV at 4pm at the Hardy North field.

The Volleyball team hosts Londonderry, jv-A at 4pm , jv-B at 5:15pm and V at 6:30pm.


Games for Saturday - Oct.18th :

The Cheer team is hosting the Hannah Bazemore Memorial Cheer Tournament starting at 8am.

The jV- B Volleyball team will travel to Salem for a tournament , bus at 7:15am.

Games for Sunday - Oct. 19th :

The Volleyball team will host a Jv Tournament starting at 9am.

The Boys jV soccer team will travel to Nashua North for jV tournament, bus at 7am , tournament at 8am.


The Unified Soccer team lost a very spirited match to Alvirne,10-8.

The Volleyball team stayed perfect on the season at 17-0 with another 3 game sweep over Nashua North. Scores of the games were 25-11, 25-13, and 25-21. Top performers were 
Maddie Norris 20 kills 9 digs, Kaleigh Whalen 6 kills 7 digs, Natalie Cook 5 aces, Brodie Kelly 4 kills and Kyra Belden 32 assists 8 digs.


No Games Scheduled for Thursday - Oct.  18th :
SENIOR INFORMATION 
Yearbook Senior Photos due NO LATER than November 16th
Senior Quotes due no later than October 19th
If you have any questions please email  hbhsyearbook19@gmail.com    

IMPORTANT DATES
Thursday October 25- Fall Concert 
Friday October 26- Trebuchet Day
Saturday October 27- 24 Hour Play Festival @ 8pm
Monday October 29- Quarter 1 Ends 
Friday November 2- Harvest Ball Dance @7pm 
Tuesday November 6- No School (Teacher Workshop Day)
Wednesday November 7- Sports Awards @ 6:30pm
Thursday November 8- Veterans Day Assemby @ 10am 
Thursday November 8- National Honor Society Induction Ceremony @ 7pm
Monday November 12- No School in observance of Veterans Day
Wednesday Nobember 14- Jazz Concert @ 7pm
Wednesday November 21-Friday November 23- Thanksgiving 
Friday November 30 and Saturday December 1-Fall Play The Curious Savage

Follow us on Twitter: @HB_highschool


              




October 19, 2018

posted by Kristine Bumpus

October 19,2018

~Are you interested in joining the Red Cross Club but haven't been able to because of fall sports? You can still join after sports end! The Red Cross Club meets in Room 221 right after school on Mondays. If you would like more information you can contact Mrs. Foster. 

~Tickets for The Curious Savage are now on Sale

Keep in mind that it is assigned seating, and tickets will go quickly!
Tickets are:
$10 General Admission
$8 for Seniors (65+). Please use the discount code "seniordiscount" when prompted. 
$5 for SAU Staff and Students with School ID. Please use the code "studentstaff" when prompted.
Click Here to visit the Brown Paper Tickets event page.

~Don't Forget - Our 4th Ever 24 Hour Play Festival, featuring 27 HBHS students writing, designing, acting, and producing their own 10 minute original plays is nearly ONE WEEK away! Festival will be Saturday October 27 at 8pm in the auditorium. Admission is free. 


~Harvest Ball Dance- Friday November 2 at 7:00pm in the mini gym


SPORTS

Results from Wednesday - Oct 17th :Games for Friday -Oct. 17th :

The Football team travels to Alvirne,bus at 5pm , game at 7pm.

The Boys Varsity Soccer team travels to Pelham, dismissal at 2pm, bus at 2:15pm , game at 4pm. ( no Jv game).

The Girls Soccer team hosts Souhegan, V at 4pm at HS field and JV at 4pm at the Hardy North field.

The Volleyball team hosts Londonderry, jv-A at 4pm , jv-B at 5:15pm and V at 6:30pm.


Games for Saturday - Oct.18th :

The Cheer team is hosting the Hannah Bazemore Memorial Cheer Tournament starting at 8am.

The jV- B Volleyball team will travel to Salem for a tournament , bus at 7:15am.

Games for Sunday - Oct. 19th :

The Volleyball team will host a Jv Tournament starting at 9am.

The Boys jV soccer team will travel to Nashua North for jV tournament, bus at 7am , tournament at 8am.


The Unified Soccer team lost a very spirited match to Alvirne,10-8.

The Volleyball team stayed perfect on the season at 17-0 with another 3 game sweep over Nashua North. Scores of the games were 25-11, 25-13, and 25-21. Top performers were 
Maddie Norris 20 kills 9 digs, Kaleigh Whalen 6 kills 7 digs, Natalie Cook 5 aces, Brodie Kelly 4 kills and Kyra Belden 32 assists 8 digs.


No Games Scheduled for Thursday - Oct.  18th :
SENIOR INFORMATION 
Yearbook Senior Photos due NO LATER than November 16th
Senior Quotes due no later than October 19th
If you have any questions please email  hbhsyearbook19@gmail.com    

IMPORTANT DATES
Thursday October 25- Fall Concert 
Friday October 26- Trebuchet Day
Saturday October 27- 24 Hour Play Festival @ 8pm
Monday October 29- Quarter 1 Ends 
Friday November 2- Harvest Ball Dance @7pm 
Tuesday November 6- No School (Teacher Workshop Day)
Wednesday November 7- Sports Awards @ 6:30pm
Thursday November 8- Veterans Day Assemby @ 10am 
Thursday November 8- National Honor Society Induction Ceremony @ 7pm
Monday November 12- No School in observance of Veterans Day
Wednesday Nobember 14- Jazz Concert @ 7pm
Wednesday November 21-Friday November 23- Thanksgiving 
Friday November 30 and Saturday December 1-Fall Play The Curious Savage

Follow us on Twitter: @HB_highschool

October 18, 2018

posted Oct 18, 2018, 4:35 AM by Kristine Bumpus

October 18,2018


~Are you interested in joining the Red Cross Club but haven't been able to because of fall sports? You can still join after sports end! The Red Cross Club meets in Room 221 right after school on Mondays. If you would like more information you can contact Mrs. Foster. 

~The Greek and Latin Club will be meeting Thursday October 18, 2018 in room 177. We will have games and snacks. If you have any questions please see Mr. MacFarline. 

~On October 18th during Cav Block Special Agent Kimberly Blackwood from the FBI will be here for a career information session for interested students. If you haven’t already, please sign up in school counseling or with Dr. Breault in 
room 153.

~Tickets for The Curious Savage are now on Sale

Keep in mind that it is assigned seating, and tickets will go quickly!
Tickets are:
$10 General Admission
$8 for Seniors (65+). Please use the discount code "seniordiscount" when prompted. 
$5 for SAU Staff and Students with School ID. Please use the code "studentstaff" when prompted.
Click Here to visit the Brown Paper Tickets event page.

~Don't Forget - Our 4th Ever 24 Hour Play Festival, featuring 27 HBHS students writing, designing, acting, and producing their own 10 minute original plays is nearly ONE WEEK away! Festival will be Saturday October 27 at 8pm in the auditorium. Admission is free. 


~Harvest Ball Dance- Friday November 2 at 7:00pm in the mini gym


SPORTS
Results from Wednesday - Oct 17th :

The Unified Soccer team lost a very spirited match to Alvirne,10-8.

The Volleyball team stayed perfect on the season at 17-0 with another 3 game sweep over Nashua North. Scores of the games were 25-11, 25-13, and 25-21. Top performers were 
Maddie Norris 20 kills 9 digs, Kaleigh Whalen 6 kills 7 digs, Natalie Cook 5 aces, Brodie Kelly 4 kills and Kyra Belden 32 assists 8 digs.


No Games Scheduled for Thursday - Oct.  18th :
SENIOR INFORMATION 
Yearbook Senior Photos due NO LATER than November 16th
Senior Quotes due no later than October 19th
If you have any questions please email  hbhsyearbook19@gmail.com    

IMPORTANT DATES
Thursday October 25- Fall Concert 
Friday October 26- Trebuchet Day
Saturday October 27- 24 Hour Play Festival @ 8pm
Monday October 29- Quarter 1 Ends 
Friday November 2- Harvest Ball Dance @7pm 
Tuesday November 6- No School (Teacher Workshop Day)
Wednesday November 7- Sports Awards @ 6:30pm
Thursday November 8- Veterans Day Assemby @ 10am 
Thursday November 8- National Honor Society Induction Ceremony @ 7pm
Monday November 12- No School in observance of Veterans Day
Wednesday Nobember 14- Jazz Concert @ 7pm
Wednesday November 21-Friday November 23- Thanksgiving 
Friday November 30 and Saturday December 1-Fall Play The Curious Savage

Follow us on Twitter: @HB_highschool


October 17, 2018

posted Oct 17, 2018, 4:36 AM by Kristine Bumpus

October 17,2018


~Are you interested in joining the Red Cross Club but haven't been able to because of fall sports? You can still join after sports end! The Red Cross Club meets in Room 221 right after school on Mondays. If you would like more information you can contact Mrs. Foster. 

~The Greek and Latin Club will be meeting Thursday October 18, 2018 in room 177. We will have games and snacks. If you have any questions please see Mr. MacFarline. 

~On October 18th during Cav Block Special Agent Kimberly Blackwood from the FBI will be here for a career information session for interested students. If you haven’t already, please sign up in school counseling or with Dr. Breault in 
room 153.

~Tickets for The Curious Savage are now on Sale

Keep in mind that it is assigned seating, and tickets will go quickly!
Tickets are:
$10 General Admission
$8 for Seniors (65+). Please use the discount code "seniordiscount" when prompted. 
$5 for SAU Staff and Students with School ID. Please use the code "studentstaff" when prompted.
Click Here to visit the Brown Paper Tickets event page.

~Don't Forget - Our 4th Ever 24 Hour Play Festival, featuring 27 HBHS students writing, designing, acting, and producing their own 10 minute original plays is nearly ONE WEEK away! Festival will be Saturday October 27 at 8pm in the auditorium. Admission is free. 


~Harvest Ball Dance- Friday November 2 at 7:00pm in the mini gym


SPORTS
Results from Tuesday - Oct. 16th :

The Girls Soccer team improved to 11-3-1  with a 4-0 win over visiting Kingswood.
Sophie Warren tapped in the game winner at 14 minutes.  Also scoring were Rachel Brackett (assisted by a fine entry pass from Paisely Broadhurst,) Emma Ruvido and Broadhurst.  Keepers Izzy LeBlanc and Maggie Crooks each had a touch in goal to preserve the shutout. Siena Moskun and Caroline Smith were very creative in attack, while Izzy Menard, Dana Ulrich, and Meghan Flannery also had strong shifts.

Games for Wednesday - Oct. 17th :

The Unified Soccer team hosts Alvirne at 3pm.

The Volleyball team travels to Nashua North, dismissal at 2pm, bus at 2:15pm with jv-b at 3:30pm , jv-a at 5pm and V at 6:15pm.

SENIOR INFORMATION 
Yearbook Senior Photos due NO LATER than November 16th
Senior Quotes due no later than October 19th
If you have any questions please email  hbhsyearbook19@gmail.com    

IMPORTANT DATES
Thursday October 25- Fall Concert 
Friday October 26- Trebuchet Day
Saturday October 27- 24 Hour Play Festival @ 8pm
Monday October 29- Quarter 1 Ends 
Friday November 2- Harvest Ball Dance @7pm 
Tuesday November 6- No School (Teacher Workshop Day)
Wednesday November 7- Sports Awards @ 6:30pm
Thursday November 8- Veterans Day Assemby @ 10am 
Thursday November 8- National Honor Society Induction Ceremony @ 7pm
Monday November 12- No School in observance of Veterans Day
Wednesday Nobember 14- Jazz Concert @ 7pm
Wednesday November 21-Friday November 23- Thanksgiving 
Friday November 30 and Saturday December 1-Fall Play The Curious Savage

Follow us on Twitter: @HB_highschool


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posted Oct 17, 2018, 4:33 AM by Kristine Bumpus   [ updated Oct 17, 2018, 4:34 AM ]

October 17,2018


~Are you interested in joining the Red Cross Club but haven't been able to because of fall sports? You can still join after sports end! The Red Cross Club meets in Room 221 right after school on Mondays. If you would like more information you can contact Mrs. Foster. 

~The Greek and Latin Club will be meeting Thursday October 18, 2018 in room 177. We will have games and snacks. If you have any questions please see Mr. MacFarline. 

~On October 18th during Cav Block Special Agent Kimberly Blackwood from the FBI will be here for a career information session for interested students. If you haven’t already, please sign up in school counseling or with Dr. Breault in 
room 153.

~Tickets for The Curious Savage are now on Sale

Keep in mind that it is assigned seating, and tickets will go quickly!
Tickets are:
$10 General Admission
$8 for Seniors (65+). Please use the discount code "seniordiscount" when prompted. 
$5 for SAU Staff and Students with School ID. Please use the code "studentstaff" when prompted.
Click Here to visit the Brown Paper Tickets event page.

~Don't Forget - Our 4th Ever 24 Hour Play Festival, featuring 27 HBHS students writing, designing, acting, and producing their own 10 minute original plays is nearly ONE WEEK away! Festival will be Saturday October 27 at 8pm in the auditorium. Admission is free. 


~Harvest Ball Dance- Friday November 2 at 7:00pm in the mini gym


SPORTS
Results from Tuesday - Oct. 16th :

The Girls Soccer team improved to 11-3-1  with a 4-0 win over visiting Kingswood.
Sophie Warren tapped in the game winner at 14 minutes.  Also scoring were Rachel Brackett (assisted by a fine entry pass from Paisely Broadhurst,) Emma Ruvido and Broadhurst.  Keepers Izzy LeBlanc and Maggie Crooks each had a touch in goal to preserve the shutout. Siena Moskun and Caroline Smith were very creative in attack, while Izzy Menard, Dana Ulrich, and Meghan Flannery also had strong shifts.

Games for Wednesday - Oct. 17th :

The Unified Soccer team hosts Alvirne at 3pm.

The Volleyball team travels to Nashua North, dismissal at 2pm, bus at 2:15pm with jv-b at 3:30pm , jv-a at 5pm and V at 6:15pm.

SENIOR INFORMATION 
Yearbook Senior Photos due NO LATER than November 16th
Senior Quotes due no later than October 19th
If you have any questions please email  hbhsyearbook19@gmail.com    

IMPORTANT DATES
Thursday October 25- Fall Concert 
Friday October 26- Trebuchet Day
Saturday October 27- 24 Hour Play Festival @ 8pm
Monday October 29- Quarter 1 Ends 
Friday November 2- Harvest Ball Dance @7pm 
Tuesday November 6- No School (Teacher Workshop Day)
Wednesday November 7- Sports Awards @ 6:30pm
Thursday November 8- Veterans Day Assemby @ 10am 
Thursday November 8- National Honor Society Induction Ceremony @ 7pm
Monday November 12- No School in observance of Veterans Day
Wednesday Nobember 14- Jazz Concert @ 7pm
Wednesday November 21-Friday November 23- Thanksgiving 
Friday November 30 and Saturday December 1-Fall Play The Curious Savage

Follow us on Twitter: @HB_highschool

October 16, 2018

posted Oct 16, 2018, 4:29 AM by Kristine Bumpus

October 16,2018

Picture Retake Day- Tuesday October 16, 2018. Forms will be available at the time of retakes.

~Are you interested in joining the Red Cross Club but haven't been able to because of fall sports? You can still join after sports end! The Red Cross Club meets in Room 221 right after school on Mondays. If you would like more information you can contact Mrs. Foster. 

~The Greek and Latin Club wll be meeting Thursday October 18, 2018 in room 177. We will have games and snacks. If you have any questions please see Mr. MacFarline. 

~On October 18th during Cav Block Special Agent Kimberly Blackwood from the FBI will be here for a career information session for interested students. If you haven’t already, please sign up in school counseling or with Dr. Breault in 
room 153.

~Harvest Ball Dance- Friday November 2 at 7:00pm in the mini gym


SPORTS
Results from Monday- Oct. 15th :

The Volleyball team improved to 16-0 with another 3-0 win, this time over Spaulding(13-3). Match scores were 25-23, 25-18, and 25-16. Top performers were
Elizabeth Atkinson 12 kills 2 blocks,Maddie Norris 11 kills 2 blocks 11 digs.Kaleigh Whalen 9 kills 4 aces 12 digs.Sammie Sheppard 13 digs and Kyra Belden 33 assists 2 aces.
The Jv Football team defeated Souhegan 50-22.
The Girls Soccer team improved to 10-3-1 with a hard fought 1-0 win over a resilient Milford squad. Milford drops to 9-3-2 with the loss.

Games for Tuesday -Oct.16th :

The Girls Soccer team will host Kingswood with Varsity at 4pm and the Jv at 4:30pm at Hardy North Field. Come cheer on the girls and grab a treat as their will be a bake sale at the game to raise money for Cancer Awareness.

The Cross-Country teams travels to Souhegan ,bus at 2:45pm.

SENIOR INFORMATION 
Yearbook Senior Photos due NO LATER than November 16th
Senior Quotes due no later than October 19th
If you have any questions please email  hbhsyearbook19@gmail.com    

IMPORTANT DATES
Thursday October 25- Fall Concert 
Friday October 26- Trebuchet Day
Monday October 29- Quarter 1 Ends 
Friday November 2- Harvest Ball Dance @7pm 
Tuesday November 6- No School (Teacher Workshop Day)
Wednesday November 7- Sports Awards @ 6:30pm
Thursday November 8- Veterans Day Assemby @ 10am 
Thursday November 8- National Honor Society Induction Ceremony @ 7pm
Monday November 12- No School in observance of Veterans Day
Wednesday Nobember 14- Jazz Concert @ 7pm
Wednesday November 21-Friday November 23- Thanksgiving 
Friday November 30 and Saturday December 1-Fall Play The Curious Savage

Follow us on Twitter: @HB_highschool

October 15, 2018

posted Oct 15, 2018, 3:56 AM by Kristine Bumpus

October 15,2018

Picture Retake Day- Tuesday October 16, 2018. Forms will be available at the time of retakes.

~The Greek and Latin Club wll be meeting Thursday October 18, 2018 in room 177. We will have games and snacks. If you have any questions please see Mr. MacFarline. 

~On October 18th during Cav Block Special Agent Kimberly Blackwood from the FBI will be here for a career information session for interested students. If you haven’t already, please sign up in school counseling or with Dr. Breault in 
room 153.


~


SPORTS
Results from Friday/Saturday - Oct 12/13 :

The Volleyball team improved to 15-0 , with a 3 match sweep over Pinkerton with scores of  25-23, 25-19, and 25-22. Top performers were Elizabeth Atkinson 12 kills 3 blocks, Kaleigh Whalen 9 kills 8 digs,
Maddie Norris 8 kills 12 digs, Kyra Belden 30 assists 2 aces 8 digs and Sammie Sheppard 20 digs.

The Boys Soccer team won their 4th game in a row with a 5-0 shutout over Souhegan to improve to 11-4. Scoring goals for the Cavaliers were JJ Kennedy (2) , Bryan Wright , Jake Sacks and Max Burns. Assists were recorded by Joey Dias (2) , and Andy Basque. Joey Dias and Dale Jacobs had an incredible game and contributed to the win. Ryan Coutu had 4 saves in goal.The Boys JV Soccer team closed out the regular season with an exciting 5-1 victory at Souhegan on Saturday afternoon.  In spite of several players being out due to injury or illness, the team executed a team defensive strategy taking advantage of offensive fast breaks and jumping out to an early 2-0 lead on goals by Liam Baldwin and Tim Cole.  Staying with the strategy for the entire game, the team put out tremendous effort on a rain soaked field with Noah Sinclair,  Jonah Sacks, and Danny Sattler contributing to the scoring.  

The Girls Soccer team improved to 9-3-1 with a hard fought 1-0 win over Merrimack Valley. For the second consecutive game Maddie Harley found the game winner , when at 38 minutes she took a pass from Paisely Broadhurst and buried it beneath MV keeper Madison Merchant's dive (12 saves.) Also for the second consecutive game , HB keeper Maggie Crooks had a game saver going to the top corner for a parry save, once again slamming into the poor post at the conclusion of the most spectacular of her 10 saves.  The defensive unit of Sarah Birch, Christina Balsamo, Steph Menard and Abbie Ogren did not bend as Merrimack Valley sent numbers forward in the second half, and Tasha White was superb holding the ball up top to keep the pressure off 

The Field Hockey team played a tough game against Sanborn, jumping to an early lead ten minutes into the game when Sofia Barassi caught the net from an impossibly tight angle on the left side of the circle. Sanborn tied it up about ten minutes later, sending the teams into halftime tied 1-1.  Despite top defense from Jordan Mazzola and Emma Elkin and some eleven saves by goalkeeper Abbie Fitzgerald, Sanborn was able to score once more with only about five minutes left in regulation. HB was unable to answer back and lost, 1-2.  Delaney Weimer, Valerie Labak, Gabby Paquin, and Savannah Murphy also played impressively in the contest.  

Matt Dias was the lone qualifier for the Division II Individual Golf Tournament and he finished 5th overall with a 36 hole score of 161. Congratulations to Matt on the great showing. 

The Football team fell to 4-3 with a 35-28 loss to Souhegan.

Games for Monday - Oct 15th :

The Girls Soccer team hosts Milford, V at 4pm and the Jv's at 4:30pm(at Hardy North Field) - ???? not sure

The Jv Football team hosts Souhegan at 4pm.

The Volleyball team travels to Spaulding , dismissed at 1pm , bus at 1:15pm , with jv at 4pm and the V to follow



SENIOR INFORMATION 
Yearbook Senior Photos due NO LATER than November 16th
Senior Quotes due no later than October 19th
If you have any questions please email  hbhsyearbook19@gmail.com    

IMPORTANT DATES
Monday October 8- Columbus Day-No School 
Wednesday October 10- PSAT's 
Tuesday October 16- Picture ReTake Day 
Thursday October 25- Fall Concert 
Friday October 26- Trebuchet Day
Monday October 29- Quarter 1 Ends 

Follow us on Twitter: @HB_highschool


October 12, 2018

posted Oct 12, 2018, 4:40 AM by Kristine Bumpus

October 12,2018

Picture Retake Day- Tuesday October 16, 2018. Forms will be available at the time of retakes.

~The Greek and Latin Club wll be meeting Thursday October 18, 2018 in room 177. We will have games and snacks. If you have any questions please see Mr. MacFarline. 

~On October 18th during Cav Block Special Agent Kimberly Blackwood from the FBI will be here for a career information session for interested students. If you haven’t already, please sign up in school counseling or with Dr. Breault in 
room 153.


~


SPORTS
Games for Friday - Oct 12th :

The Football team travels to Souhegan, bus at 5:15pm , kick-off at 7pm.

The Girls Soccer team travels to Merrimack Valley , dismissal at 1:45pm, bus at 2pm , games at 4pm.

The Volleyball team hosts Pinkerton, Jv-b at 4pm, Jv-a at 5:15pm and V at 6pm.


Games for Saturday - Oct. 13th :

The Boys Soccer teams travel to Souhegan, bus at 8:30am , V game at 10am. JV bus at 10:30am , game at noon.

The Field Hockey teams travel to Sanborn, bus at 6am , V game at 8am and Jv to follow.



SENIOR INFORMATION 
Yearbook Senior Photos due NO LATER than November 16th
Senior Quotes due no later than October 19th
If you have any questions please email  hbhsyearbook19@gmail.com    

IMPORTANT DATES
Monday October 8- Columbus Day-No School 
Wednesday October 10- PSAT's 
Tuesday October 16- Picture ReTake Day 
Thursday October 25- Fall Concert 
Friday October 26- Trebuchet Day
Monday October 29- Quarter 1 Ends 

Follow us on Twitter: @HB_highschool


              

October 11, 2018

posted Oct 11, 2018, 5:07 AM by Kristine Bumpus

October 11,2018


~On October 18th during Cav Block Special Agent Kimberly Blackwood from the FBI will be here for a career information session for interested students. If you haven’t already, please sign up in school counseling or with Dr. Breault in 
room 153.


~


SPORTS
Results from Wednesday - Oct. 10th :

In a moral victory, the HB field hockey team lost yesterday to undefeated Kennett, 0-7. Kennett pummeled the HB defense for almost the entire 60 minutes and were somewhat flummoxed by HB's radically-modified field coverage. Goalie Devon Kuchta blocked 18 shots, while Abi Blasi, Jordan Mazzola, Emma Elkin, Emelia Mulligan, and Julia Frugard blocked several shots on goal themselves.  Overall, it was the tremendous team effort that kept the score as low as it was.  
Despite playing a well fought game and the game called short due to darkness, the JV field FH team fell to Kennett 3-0.   Outstanding performances were put forth by Savannah Murphy, Elsie Figueroa, Helene McNabb, and Makenzie Jasczak.  

Games for Thursday - Oct. 11th :

The Girls Soccer team hosts Milford, v at 4pm  at high school field and the jv 's at 4pm at Hardy North.



SENIOR INFORMATION 
Yearbook Senior Photos due NO LATER than November 16th
Senior Quotes due no later than October 19th
If you have any questions please email  hbhsyearbook19@gmail.com    

IMPORTANT DATES
Monday October 8- Columbus Day-No School 
Wednesday October 10- PSAT's 
Tuesday October 16- Picture ReTake Day 
Thursday October 25- Fall Concert 
Friday October 26- Trebuchet Day
Monday October 29- Quarter 1 Ends 

Follow us on Twitter: @HB_highschool


October 10, 2018

posted Oct 10, 2018, 5:13 AM by Kristine Bumpus

October 10,2018

Wednesday October 10- PSAT's
~On October 18th during Cav Block Special Agent Kimberly Blackwood from the FBI will be here for a career information session for interested students. If you haven’t already, please sign up in school counseling or with Dr. Breault in 
room 153.


~


SPORTS
Results from Tuesday - Oct 9th :

The Golf team finished in 7th place at the Division II State Championships held at Pease Golf Club in Portsmouth. Matt Dias finishing tied for 6th with a score of 76 and qualified for the Individual Championships to be held on Saturdayat the Derryfield Country Club.

The Boys Soccer team improved to 10-4 with a 2-0 win over Pembroke (10-3-1). Goals were scored by Ethan Smith and JJ Kennedy with assists from JJ Kennedy and Dale Jacobs.Ryan Coutu had 6 saves in goal. Kyle Simpson, Mark Labak, Andy Basque, Felix Yang, and Joey Dias contributed to the win.

The Girls Soccer team improved to 8-3-1 with a 2-1 win in over Coe-Brown in overtime. Coe Brown jumped out to a 1-0 lead just four minutes into the game, when Shealyn  Bedell made a move at the top of the box and finished into the corner, giving HB Keeper Maggie Crooks (7 saves) no chance.  HB stayed composed, and at 13 minutes Tasha White (1 goal 1 assist) beat a defender to the outside of the box and ripped a stunning finish to far post for the equalizer.   Coe Brown nearly won it during the first OT, with a lofted touch towards the top corner, but Crooks got over for a two handed parry away.  In the second OT, White held a ball under pressure, until she found Rachel Brackett (1 assist) who played the perfect pass into the run of Maddie Harley (1 goal) who collected the ball near the penalty mark and smoked it under the crossbar.  Sarah Birch, Steph Menard, Abbie Ogren, Christina Balsamo and Amanda Robbins all stood out in various roles. The Jv team lost 2-0.

GAMES FOR WEDNESDAY - Oct 10th :

The Field Hockey team travels to Kennett, dismissal at 11:45ambus at noon. Varsity game at 4pm with Jv to follow.




SENIOR INFORMATION 
Yearbook Senior Photos due NO LATER than November 16th
Senior Quotes due no later than October 19th
If you have any questions please email  hbhsyearbook19@gmail.com    

IMPORTANT DATES
Monday October 8- Columbus Day-No School 
Wednesday October 10- PSAT's 
Tuesday October 16- Picture ReTake Day 
Thursday October 25- Fall Concert 
Friday October 26- Trebuchet Day
Monday October 29- Quarter 1 Ends 

Follow us on Twitter: @HB_highschool


              



October 9, 2018

posted Oct 9, 2018, 4:35 AM by Kristine Bumpus

October 9,2018

Wednesday October 10- PSAT's
~On October 18th during Cav Block Special Agent Kimberly Blackwood from the FBI will be here for a career information session for interested students. If you haven’t already, please sign up in school counseling or with Dr. Breault in 
room 153.


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SPORTS
Results from Friday /Monday - Oct 5th and 8th :

The Volleyball team improved to 14-0 with a 3 game sweep over Winnacunnet in the annual Kendall Van Schoick Memorial game. Scores were 25-9,25-17 and 25-18. Top performers were  Maddie Norris 8 kills 13 digs, Ashley Burtt 5 kills 2 blocks, Maren Anderson 5 kills 1 block, Kyra Belden 27 assists and Sammie Sheppard 14 digs 4 aces. The Jv-A and the Jv-B teams also won.

The Girls Soccer team improved to 7-3-1 by finally solving the riddle of hard working Kennett's (3-8) bunker defense.  HB mustered 22 shots, requiring 20 saves by Kennett's keeper, and one early rattled crossbar off the foot of Tasha White.  With 14 minutes remaining, White was able to dribble through a group of defenders into a tiny window of space and rip one under the crossbar.   HB displayed fine possession and patience, and allowed no shots towards keeper Maggie Crooks.

On Friday the field hockey team lost a hard-fought game against Pembroke, with a final score of 0-3. Jordan Mazzola and Emma Elkin played especially well on the defensive end, and goalie Devon Kuchta had several excellent saves, including a backwards dive.  

At Monday's game in Goffstown, the field hockey team lost 0-6 in a fast-paced game. Abi Blasi, AnnMarie Tremblay, Grace Catalanotti, and Delaney Weimer displayed tremendous tenacity and drive in the battle. Goalie Devon Kuchta registered 22 saves

The Cross Country teams ran at the Jeri Blair Belmont Invitational on  Friday The Girls team had an outstanding day finishing in second place with 81 points. Freshman Amy Pattelena finished first for Hollis Brookline, in 10th place overall with a time of 22:01, and continues to run well. Kay Partridge was 13th overall with a time of 22:29. Kierra Dean, Lily Jackson, and Victoria Rezzarday also scored for Hollis Brookline.  Freshman Caroline Hultz also had a strong race.The Boys finished 6th in the 18 team field.with 125 points. Kenny Corsetti  led the Cavaliers finishing in 3rd place overall with a time of 17:38. Freshman John Kotelly was the second finisher for Hollis Brookline, finishing in 16th place overall. Freshman Jake LaBorde, Nate Sartell, and Daniel Delong also scored for Hollis Brookline. Freshmen Padraig MacSeain, and Jacob Dwyer also had solid races.

The Football team improved to 4-2 with a 41-21 win under the lights Friday night at the Swamp. The Jv's lost on Monday, 34-0.


GAMES FOR TUESDAY - OCT. 9TH :

The Golf team travels to the Division II Golf State Championships at Pease Golf Club in Portsmouth. Bus time at 6:45am. 
The Cross - Country teams will compete at the Southern Cluster meet at Goffstown ( race at St.Anselm), dismissal at 1:45pm,bus at 2pm , race at 4pm.
The Girls Soccer team travels to Coe-Brown , dismissal at 1:30pm, bus at 1:45pm , games at 4pm.
The Boys Soccer team hosts Pembroke ,Varsity at 4pm and the Jv's at 4pm at Hardy North town field.

The Crew team travelled to Worcester on Sunday to compete in the 9th Annual New England Jr. and High School Regional Championships. HB Crew competed against 49 other teams in 9 races. We brought home 2 Gold medals, 2 Silver medals and 1 Bronze medal. All of our crews represented HB with pride and rowed hard.

Gold Medals:

Men’s Jr./HS coxed Quad - Alex Dougherty, Kevin Hallerman, Isaac Connelly, Madoc Lewis, Kim Souza (coxswain)

Women’s 2nd Varsity (Jr.) 4 - Hannah Wilton, Brianna DeJoie, Myah Caplan, Stephanie Hallerman, Kim Souza (coxswain)

Silver Medals:

Women’s Quad - Taia Lewis, Brianna DeJoie, Rianna Mann, Katie Souza

Women’s U15 coxed Quad- Lara Coady, Tais Morel, Alex Hill, Liliana Pistor, Julia Pepin (coxswain)

Bronze Medal:

Men’s Jr./HS Quad - Byron Dudley, Jack Robinson, Dan Aulbach, Mason Stockwell


In two weeks, Hollis Brookline will be represented by 2 boats in the largest two day regatta in the world, The Head of the Charles Regatta, in Boston. The Women’s Youth 4 will compete against 84 other boats starting at 9:04 am on 10/21. The Men’s Youth Coxed Quad is competing against 39 other boats starting at 12:37 pm, also on 10/21.





SENIOR INFORMATION 
Yearbook Senior Photos due NO LATER than November 16th
Senior Quotes due no later than October 19th
If you have any questions please email  hbhsyearbook19@gmail.com    

IMPORTANT DATES
Monday October 8- Columbus Day-No School 
Wednesday October 10- PSAT's 
Tuesday October 16- Picture ReTake Day 
Thursday October 25- Fall Concert 
Friday October 26- Trebuchet Day
Monday October 29- Quarter 1 Ends 

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