Sports

Little League: ConVal Mets knock off Orioles 9-2

Monday, May 18, 2015

The ConVal Mets defeated the ConVal Orioles by a score of 9 to 2 on Thursday at Moose Brook field in Hancock. The Mets’ offense was led by Ben Kriebel, who had two hits and scored two runs. Austin Knight and Owen Micheals each scored two runs. On defense, the Mets turned a 4-6 double play when Zach Allard caught … 0

Football: Mountaineers registration now open

Tuesday, May 19, 2015

As summer approaches, so does the beginning of the football season. Many associate football with autumn. However, practices begin in late July. The Monadnock Mountaineers … 0

Girls’ Tennis: WLC puts up fight

Wednesday, May 20, 2015

Wilton lost narrowly to Moultonborough despite defaulting three matches. The Warriors (4-9) fell 5-4 to the Panthers (8-3). Player absences hampered the team, Coach Betsie … 0

Franklin Pierce: Ravens’ season ends with playoff loss Sun.

Monday, May 18, 2015

The No. 1/3 nationally ranked, top seed and host Franklin Pierce University baseball team -- which bettered program records all season long -- saw its 2015 campaign draw to a close without a regional title on Sunday afternoon, as the Ravens suffered a 5-3 defeat to fourth-seeded Wilmington … 0

Girls’ Tennis: ConVal falls to St. Thomas

Monday, May 18, 2015

ConVal fell to St. Thomas Aquinas last Thursday, as the team continues a rebuilding season. The Cougars (1-9) were swept by the Saints (8-3). St. Thomas was a tough team, Coach Greg Morris said in an email, but he said No. 5 Colleen Minnihan and No. 6 Issy … 0

RUnning: ConVal grad wins New York 5K race

Tuesday, May 5, 2015

Maxine Dunn was one of over 300 participants in the Cider Creek 5K race held in Cooperstown, New York on April 25. She finished first — in spite of the fact that a course volunteer sent her and … 0

Girls’ Tennis: WLC splits week’s matches

Wednesday, May 13, 2015

Wilton-Lyndeborough split two matches last week despite a depleted roster. The Warriors (3-6) defeated Pelham (1-7), but fell to Monadnock (5-3). The team continues to be challenged by roster troubles including the continued absence of Madison Crawford, Coach Betsie Sullivan said in an email, but still managed a … 0

Baseball: WLC on four-game streak

Wednesday, May 13, 2015

The Warriors are on the good side of .500 after winning their past two away games; they defeated Derryfield 12-7 on Thursday and Newmarket 9-3 on Monday. Drew Reid started against Derryfield, going 2.1 innings with five runs … 0

Little League: Scheinblums shine as O’s beat Rangers

Tuesday, May 12, 2015

The ConVal Orioles defeated the ConVal Rangers Monday night by a score of 9-5. Max Scheinblum, Sam Scheinblum and Will Theriault pitched for the Orioles. Max Scheinblum helped his own cause with a homer and a double. Ollie Theriault doubled for the Orioles. Lorien Wright, Jack McLaughlin and … 0

ConVal: Crotched employee is new CV Alpine coach

Tuesday, May 12, 2015

Conval High School welcomes Holly Wilson as the new head varsity alpine ski coach. Holly comes to the program with extensive experience coaching high school athletes from around the globe during her tenure at National Sports Academy in … 0

Baseball: Carey pitches gem as Orioles beat Hawks

Wednesday, May 13, 2015

Behind a strong performance by pitcher Ryan Carey, Conant defeated the previously undefeated Hopkinton on their own field on Monday, 9-4. Hopkinton made things interesting for Conant in the bottom of the seventh by scoring three runs on … 0

Softball: Conant loses second game of season

Wednesday, May 13, 2015

Conant lost their game against Hopkinton Monday, 2-0, ending their winning streak at seven. Pitcher Ivy Chalke allowed two unearned runs on six hits and struck out five batters. Despite Chalke’s performance, the Orioles couldn’t get their bats going against Hopkinton, as they only registered three hits all … 0

Boys’ Tennis: WLC loses matches to Pelham, Sanborn

Wednesday, May 13, 2015

WLC lost their last two matches to top state teams. The Warriors (3-6) were swept by Pelham (10-1), with only four players present Friday, according to coach John Williams. Pelham was a tough team even without the roster challenges, Williams added. “They’re good, they’re probably going to be … 0