Brendan Johnson '15 lead the NH Football Team to victory against Vermont in the annual Shriner Football Game. For more on the game, click here for the Concord Monitor Article.
Emma Bradley from Bishop Brady High School was one of 120 high school athletes learning to recognize potentially life-threatening conditions that sometimes arise in sports. The 4-hour course focuses on head (concussion) and neck injuries, cardiac emergencies and exertional heat illness. Students, who are generally sophomores or juniors, learn about these conditions and become extra sets of eyes on fields and in gyms and rinks for the rest of their high school careers. The athletes learn key signs and symptoms for each type of condition and taught to immediately report problems to their coaches. In the case of cardiac emergencies, the students are also taught hands-only CPR and AED use. Sudden cardiac arrest is the leading cause of death in young athletes. You've read or heard it in the news: a young, apparently-healthy, athlete collapses and dies without warning. Appropriate immediate care can save 70% of these lives. THANKS to Harvard Pilgrim Health Care.
Congratulations to Sydney Herrington (#2 seed overall) on a great run in the NHIAA Singles Tournament. She reached the state finals yesterday defeating the #6 seed Izzy Leonardi from St Thomas, setting up a much anticipated final against #1 seed Julia Chappell from Manchester Central.
Kudos to Sydney for her outstanding season.
Sydney Herrington, a freshman, will play in the semi-finals on Tuesday, June 9, at The Derryfield School in Manchester at 3:00 pm.
On Saturday Sydney won her first two matches (8-1) and (8-2) to advance to the quarterfinals. Syndey went on to win the quarterfinal match (9-8(6) against Concord's #1 player Gabriella Killinger.
The 16th Annual Alumni Golf Classic
The 2015 Athletic Hall of Fame Induction Dinner & Ceremony
RSVP by September 11 at 224-7418 ext. 223
Currently a beloved science teacher at Brady, Suzy was was born in Buffalo, New York and attended the New York State College of Ceramics at Alfred University. She worked in the foundry industry for 11 years, taught as an adjunct at NHTI for six years, and has been happily teaching at Bishop Brady for the past 17 years. Suzy enjoys knitting and making her advisees slice-and-bake cookies. She loves cats, especially her himalayan Wrigley and Hello Kitty.
Sycamore Gardens Project
We are starting a project to grow seedlings for the Sycamore Community Gardens. The Gardens give refugees and low-income families in the Concord area the opportunity to grow their own food. For more information, click here. If you have ideas about growing seedlings or would like to help, please contact me at email@example.com
Brady Habitat for Humanity Service Trip
Forty-nine students and nine chaperones traveled to Almost Heaven Habitat in Franklin, West Virginia during February break. This was Brady's third year in West Virginia and our fifth Habitat trip overall. Thank you for all of your support in helping make this