Posts Tagged ‘Division II’
Hollis Brookline won its second straight Division II wrestling title, scoring 223 points to beat Bedford (172.5) and Milford (169).
Milford's Ross Briggs puts up a shot during last Tuesday's game against Souhegan. Dan Murray stood on the court at Souhegan High School on Feb. 12 and sounded like a man dreaming big. (more...)
Goffstown's Jake Mount drives to the basket during last Thursday's game against Hollis Brookline. The Goffstown High School boys basketball team is doing something Tuesday night that almost no one else in Division II is. The Grizzlies aren't playing. In fact, when Goffstown next takes the court on Friday against Con-Val, it will be the [...]
Hollis Brookline's Nate Ashe tries to pick up Spaulding's Evan Drouin during the 195-pound final Saturday at the Division II meet. Ashe won the match and Hollis Brookline won the title. Three high school wrestling teams won, at the least, their second-straight division titles on Saturday. Timberlane won its 14th straight Division I crown, while [...]
HOLLIS – A coach usually calls a timeout after his high school basketball team has blown a nine-point lead in the fourth quarter. But Thursday night, Hollis Brookline coach Mike Soucy said everything he needed to say to the Cavaliers from the sideline. “You’ve got to play, you’re down,” Soucy shouted moments after HB fell behind [...]
AMHERST - Brandon Len scored 21 points Tuesday to help the Souhegan High School boys basketball team defeat Milford 61-38. (more...)
AMHERST - Dina Pitsas scored 19 of her game-high 21 points in the second half Tuesday and the Milford High School girls basketball team defeated Souhegan 49-45. (more...)
Hollis Brookline wrestler Nate Ashe sat down to answer some questions.
The Souhegan boys team and the Coe-Brown girls team won Division II indoor track championships on Feb. 3, 2013, at Dartmouth College. (more...)
HOLLIS - It was a historical night at Hollis Brookline High School on Tuesday in more ways than one. Souhegan's Brandon Len scored his 1,000th career point, but it was the Cavaliers boys basketball team that walked away with a 61-56 victory. (more...)