Congratulations to Hollis-Brookline on winning the 2019 Division 2 Wrestling Championship!
11:36 PM - 16 Feb 19
Thor Griffith from Portsmouth is your 2019 Division 2 Champion at 285 pounds!
11:17 PM - 16 Feb 19
Owen MacMillan from Hollis-Brookline is your 2019 Division 2 Champion at 220 pounds!
11:15 PM - 16 Feb 19
Griffin Ostrom from Merrimack is your 2019 Division 2 Champion at 195 pounds!
11:06 PM - 16 Feb 19
Zack Brickner from Hollis-Brookline is your 2019 Division 2 Champion at 182 pounds!
10:59 PM - 16 Feb 19
Dan Franco from Bishop Guertin is your 2019 Division 2 Champion at 170 pounds!
10:51 PM - 16 Feb 19
Scott Anneser from Hollis-Brookline is your 2019 Division 2 Champion at 160 pounds!
10:45 PM - 16 Feb 19
Noah Strout from Oyster River is your 2019 Division 2 Champion at 152 pounds!
10:40 PM - 16 Feb 19
Anson Dewar from Merrimack is your 2019 Division 2 Champion at 145 pounds!
10:36 PM - 16 Feb 19
Due to the snowstorm coming in on Sunday there will be no open gym on 1/20. We will be back at it on Sunday 1/27 at 12:00 in the gym. Remember to shovel the driveways and walkways for your ...
From Sullivan Arena in Goffstown, NH - January 12, 2019: Goffstown returned to home ice for the first time in four weeks, and they played like it was good to be home. The Grizzlies got a pair of goals from Griffin Cook in the opening 2 minutes and never looked back. The opening period was a little odd because Goffstown led 2-0 very early and then didn't score again in the frame. They scored on their first two shots but over the final 13 minutes of the period, they outshot the Alvirne-Milford Admirals just 12-9. Actually, the Admirals had several chances to score in the opening period but Madeline Sage held them scoreless. First, Cook scored from Colby Gamache and Colin Burke at 0:41, on a nice possession and series of passes. Then Cook netted an unassisted goal at 2:00. I know that the final score ended up being 6-1 in favor of the home team, but somehow I don't feel it really sums up the body of action that played out on the ice at Sullivan Arena. At 9:21 of the period Sage made a great save on a break in by Anthony Viola when he took the puck from Jacob Noonan on another failed D to D bid. At 11:08 of the period Alvirne-Milford turned nothing into a scoring bid and they ripped a shot past Sage in the net but the puck smacked the crossbar and caromed away. The Admirals also had a pair of crossing passes for one-timers right at the crease which were either broken up on the shot or whiffed on entirely by the offensive players. Goffstown led 2-0 at the break yet, the lead wasn't even that big. In the second period, which has been a nemesis of sorts for Goffstown this year, things looked bad again, very early. First, Colby Gamache took a slashing penalty and the Admirals had the first 3 shots of the period, and quickly. Maddie Sage made the saves and at the end of the penalty kill, Brett Lassonde broke free off of a Sage save and almost sprung for a breakaway chance. Anthony Viola never quit hustling and somehow caught Lassonde from behind and poke-checked the puck away at the last second while not committing a penalty. Less than a minute later Colin Burke tried to jump into the offensive play but the puck eluded his stick and the Admirals were off and running. Again, Sage made a nice save and more importantly did not allow a rebound with a pair Admirals right in front of her. One thing about this club from Alvirne-Milford, they don't stop skating, and quite frankly, they skate really well. Midway through the period, Goffstown had really stemmed the tide and turned the offensive chances largely in their favor. The Grizzlies were piling up chances one after another. Sebastian Beal finally scored a nice goal set up by Griffin Cook and Colby Gamache at 7:37 to give the Grizzlies a 3-0 lead. At 10:13, just 3 seconds after Damien Barahona had exited the penalty box after serving his time, Jacob Noonan picked off a clearing attempt at the left point and flipped a shot off of the crossbar. The referee was waving his arms, saying no goal, when the rebound was scooped up by Calvin Sage and deposited into the net. Then at 12:02 of the period Goffstown struck again when Colin Burke wrapped the puck hard around the end boards to Griffin Cook on the other side of the ice. Cook broke the puck out of the zone and cut toward the middle then hit Sebastian Beal with a head-man pass right through the middle. Beal moved to his right to create a quick 2-on-1 with Colby Gamache. Beal fed the puck across to Gamache and Colby lifted a shot into the back of the net. Alvirne-Milford would end the period with just 4 shots after starting the period with 3 quick shots. Goffstown had 14 more and led the shot total, 28-13 after two periods. ...
Baseball open gyms will begin this Sunday from 12-1:30 in the main gym at the high school. We usually go weekly but will post if cancellations happen. All are welcome and just looking...
Balance Concussion Testing (c3 Logix) will begin this week! All incoming freshmen will need to take this. Please use the link below to sign up. Please pick the date and time that works best for you. N...