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Summer swimming is a growing sport in New Ipswich
07-02-2024 12:01 PM

By ASHLEY SAARI

This year’s New Ipswich town swim team members will have a chance to qualify for and compete at the state level, as the team has joined the Granite State Swim Association.New Ipswich Pool Director Shawna Kutyla said the team, the Breakers, has been...

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Souhegan Valley Fossils provide a way to keep playing softball
06-27-2024 11:32 AM

By CAMERON CASHMAN

The Souhegan Valley Fossils men’s softball league provides a way for men 35 and older to continue playing softball as the opportunities to participate in organized, competitive sports become less frequent.“Some of the younger guys that join, they want...


Youths hone their hoops skills at Pure Shot basketball camp in Rindge
06-24-2024 1:02 PM

By ASHLEY SAARI

About 40 young basketball enthusiasts lined up in the Franklin Pierce Fieldhouse, ready to be split into teams for an impromptu-style tournament, as part of the Rindge Recreation Department Pure Shot basketball camp.Run by David Springfield, a former...


Greenfield Cal Ripken Baseball registration is still open
03-22-2024 11:54 AM

GREENFIELDCal Ripken Baseball registration is still openThe Minors division for ages 9 and 10 and Majors division for ages 11 and 12 are closed, but Greenfield’s Cal Ripken Baseball program is still accepting registration for the T-ball (ages 5 and 6)...


ConVal football loses 12-8 to Kingswood on a wet homecoming night
10-10-2023 1:41 PM

By BEN CONANT

Despite a strong defensive effort that forced a couple key turnovers, the Cougars saw both the football and their playoff hopes slip out of their grasp during Friday’s wet and wild homecoming football game between ConVal and Kingswood. “Now we’ve got...


Lack of offense dooms ConVal boys’ soccer against Merrimack Valley
09-22-2023 9:16 AM

By BEN CONANT

The ConVal boys’ soccer team is firing on all but one cylinder thus far this fall, and the Cougars hope a few small adjustments and some extra effort will set them right the rest of the way. ConVal’s one shortcoming was showcased in Tuesday’s 1-0 loss...


Building process continues for Conant volleyball
09-22-2023 9:00 AM

By BEN CONANT

The Conant girls' volleyball team hit the court this fall with a new head coach and a roster eager to learn and improve. The Orioles are now in just their second season as a varsity program and are still exhibiting the growing pains that come with...


Temple hosts a day for old-time baseball
09-18-2023 12:53 PM

By MADDIE CARPENTIERE

The Dirigo Vintage Base Ball Club of Maine took on the Temple Town Nine in an exhibition game played according to 1864 rules and customs on Sunday at Memorial Field in Temple. Although the Dirigo team dominated the game, team president Jacob Newcomb...


Monadnock Community Hospital golf tournament raises more than $81,000
09-15-2023 3:09 PM

Monadnock Community Hospital’s 27th recent annual Fall Foliage Golf Classic at Crotched Mountain Golf Club in Francestown featured 133 players and raised more than $81,000.Funds raised annually through the tournament contribute to MCH’s Financial...


Mascenic field hockey overcomes slow start to win
09-06-2023 12:14 PM

By BEN CONANT

An early Monadnock goal was the wake-up call the Mascenic field hockey team needed to get going in Tuesday's 3-1 home-opener win over the Huskies. Going forward, Viking coach Selena Shaw said she wants her girls to be in control of their own intensity...


Rose Mountain Rumble raises $15,000 for land conservancy
08-28-2023 11:20 AM

By ASHLEY SAARI

The Piscataquog Land Conservancy’s annual fundraising Rose Mountain Rumble bike ride was its most successful yet, said PLC Executive Director Chris Wells, netting about $15,000, a new high in the ride’s nine-year history.There were about 150...


PHOTOS: Hancock Old Home Days include Run for the Honey
08-21-2023 12:34 PM

As part of its Old Home Days celebration, Hancock hosted the Betty Pels Run for the Honey Saturday, a 5K road race and Fun Run for children. The race is named in honor of Betty Pels, who directed the race for many years along with her family.The top...


Peterborough and Antrim residents headed to tree-climbing championship
08-09-2023 11:39 AM

By AIDAN BEAROR

Kate Odell of Broad Oak Tree & Shrub Care in Peterborough and Kyle McCabe from Northern Arboriculture in Antrim will be competing this weekend at the annual ISA International Tree Climbing Championship.The pair won their way to the championship Aug....


Rindge Recreation Department hosts Le Tour de Common 5K
08-07-2023 9:24 AM

By ASHLEY SAARI

A total of 39 runners participated in Saturday’s annual Le Tour de Common 5K run in Rindge on Sunday, including septuagenarians Marilyn Griska and Laurel Cameron, for whom the race was their first-ever 5K.Rindge runners took the top three spots, with...


David Rosen leads tai chi classes weekdays at Temple Common
07-18-2023 4:28 PM

BY AIDAN BEAROR

As the early morning mist dissipates on the Temple Common, a group of devoted locals is already partaking in their morning exercise. The group is led by David Rosen, a tai chi instructor with nearly 40 years devoted to the craft. The free class has...


Ashley Rose Humphreys of Lyndeborough to compete at World University Games
01-06-2023 10:11 AM

Ashley Rose Humphreys of Lyndeborough will be competing in the 2023 Lake Placid FISU World University Games. Opening ceremonies will be on Jan. 12.Humphreys will be competing in the super-G and alpine combined events at Whiteface Mountain.“It’s an...

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