Lee co-medals

Haverhill came away with a tri-meet sweep of Andover and Lowell, but the Warriors got a great performance from Mac Lee who was the co-medalist with an even-par round of 35. Senior Hillie Keegan Burns had his best performace of his career, coming in with a 38. 

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Golf, 10/17/16 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars


In Pentucket's win over Rockport, Nick Sheehan was the big star with 30 points and punctuated his day with a 30-foot putt for an eagle on the par-5 final hole.

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Golf, 10/11/16 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

McKee takes second

After Windham won the Division 2 team championship on Thursday at Beaver Meadow golf club in Concord, its star golfer James McKee was in search for his third consecutive individual championship in the two-day individual tournament that concluded Saturday. McKee fired a 73 on Thursday and a 71 yesterday for a two-day total of 144, but was beaten by Phin Choukas of Hanover who came in with a two-day total of 73-70-143.

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Golf, 10/08/16 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Windham wins D2 team title

Led by James McKee's 73, Windham won the Division 2 team championship with an overall score of 404, edging Portsmouth by one stroke and Hanover by two strokes. Next best for the Jaguars was Andoni Tsoukalas (80) and Chris Bassi (83).

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Golf, 10/06/16 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Still on roll


Timmy Dias, Ben Cooperstein and Lee Blumsack all won their matches decisively as North Andover's golf team held off Billerica to improve to 11-1.

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Golf, 10/05/16 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Hillies row strong


The  Haverhill High School crew team competed in the Textile River Regatta in Lowell and fared well. Competing largely against prep schools with far more experience in their division, the boys competed  in the Mens' Junior Novice 8+ and the girls in the Womens' Junior Novice 8+. The girls came in 9th out of 24 boats in a time of 28:08.439.  The boys were 13th out of 28 boats in a time of 25:19.302.  

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Golf, 10/03/16 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

NHIAA Golf: 3-peat for Astros' Thibodeau

SALEM — For the third consecutive year, Pinkerton’s Lauren Thibodeau is the NHIAA girls individual golf champion.
Thibodeau fired a 4-over 75 at Campbell’s Scottish Highlands on Saturday to win the event by four strokes over Hannah Drew of Keene. Fellow Astro Erin DelloRusso finished the event in seventh, firing a 90.
With the win, Thibodeau is the third female to win three individual state championships, and only the second to do it in consecutive years: Jeannette Pierce (Concord) 1993-95 and Tracey Martin (Bishop Guertin) 2005, 2007-08. A junior, Thibodeau could become the first female to win four individual state championships next year.
Pinkerton plays at Hanover Country Club Thursday to compete for the team state championship.

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Golf, 10/02/16 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Jaguars unbeaten

James McKee shot a 3-under 33 and Vinnie Ruggiero added a 1-over 37 as Windham finished its undefeated regular season with wins over Portsmouth, Kingswood and Goffstown in a quad-meet. The Jaguars finished the season 24-0.

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Golf, 09/29/16 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Statement win

North Andover earned a surprising sweep 20-0 of previously unbeaten Haverhill (5-1). Sam Caron (3-and-2), Matt Lucy  (3-and-1) and Tom Finn (4-and-3) were some of North Andover's winners.

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Golf, 09/27/16 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Morganstern, Hardy lead the way

Pelham's Ian Morganstern and Eric Hardy tied for medalist honors with a 42, and the Pythons finished with a 172, beating Campbell (177) and Fall Mountin (271).

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Golf, 09/22/16 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars
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