Boys B Ball missed a playoff birth by barely one position. The boys competed and improved immensely over the season. With a new coach, and a varsity roster consisting of one senior and returning player from the previous season along with eight sophomores on the roster, the boys had many highlights this season including a Christmas tournament game win and a huge win on the road at Con Val. Bryce Johnson was honored as a 2nd team All State member and a senior game participant.
Girls B ball finished 12-6 on the year, being seeded 8th. The team finished their season losing in the semi finals at SNHU, after beating the #1 seed on the road to advance. The team showed huge progress over the season, rostering 5 freshmen on the varsity team and 2 sophomores. The experience of the upperclassmen supported the growth. Ami Rivera was Christmas tournament MVP while Sarah Doherty and Lauren Roy made the All tournament team. Sarah Doherty was First Team All State and Lauren Roy earned Honorable Mention All State. Sam Will was named Miss NH Basketball.
Boy’s hockey finished their season 5-11, showing a lot of fight with 11 skaters and 4 goalies. With a new coach at the helm, the boys learned new formations and skating styles and showed great improvement, leaving a lot to look forward to next season.
Girls Hockey had an impressive season finished 3rd in the division and making into the semi final round of the State Tournament. The line of Sydney Herington, Mary Anne Wiley, and Lauren Trippiedi were impressive, scoring a high numbers of goals on the season. Sydney Herrington was a 2nd Team All State Member. Sydney and Mary Anne Wiley were selected to play in the make a wish NH/VT game over the summer.
Our swimmers had a tremendous season of personal records and trying new strokes and competitions. We had seven swimmers compete in the State Meet.
With a core group of members, the indoor track team achieved many PRs and showed growth and versatility in the specific events each athlete competed in. Did not have anyone qualify for states.
Boys finished 6th in the D3 State Meet and the Girls finished 4th. We had three skiers qualify for the Meet of Champions. Olivia Crainich, Kamryn Compton, and Sarah LoPresti.
Did not compete.