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‘They’re both tough kids’: Despite minimal wrestling experience, Griffin Norwalt and Noah Blake shine for Concord when it matters most
02-28-2023 9:09 AM

By ERIC RYNSTON-LOBEL

Inside the gym at Londonderry High School on Feb. 18, Concord wrestling experienced both expected and unexpected success at the Division I wrestling championships.Junior Griffin Norwalt, the top seed in the 120-pound weight class, and senior Noah...


Wrestling: Bow’s Moura, Winnisquam’s Osmer reach MOC finals; Concord’s Beauregard wins state title in NHIAA’s first girls’ state championship
02-26-2023 12:31 PM

By DAN ATTORRI

Bow’s Adler Moura and Winnisquam’s Henry Osmer reached the finals of their respective weight classes, and Concord freshman Maddie Beauregard made history at the NHIAA wrestling Meet of Champions at Bedford High School on Saturday.Beauregard was one of...


High schools: Concord hockey finishes regular season undefeated, Bow puck clinches home ice for upcoming tourney
02-26-2023 12:16 PM

Boys’ HockeyConcord 3, Hanover 1Key players: Concord  – Brooks Craigue (2 goals), Carter Doherty (goal), Trevor Craigue (assist), Rowan Arndt (assist), Joey Tarbell (assist), Dawson Fancher (assist), Luukas Mayer (10 saves, first career...


Alpine skiing: Bow’s Wachsmuth, Concord’s Taylor, lead locals at Meet of Champions
02-23-2023 11:01 PM

By DAN ATTORRI

The best Alpine skiers from all four NHIAA divisions converged at Mittersill Ski Area at Cannon Mountain on Wednesday for the Meet of Champions, and, just like the division championships, Capital Area competitors dotted the top of the standings.Bow...


Monitor Sports Podcast – D-III basketball playoffs and wrestling championships
02-23-2023 6:34 PM

Eric Rynston-Lobel and Dan Attorri recap all the action from this week’s D-III boys’ and girls’ basketball playoffs, including Hopkinton’s boys and girls both advancing to the semifinals. They’ll also catch you up on everything you need to know in the...


Girls’ basketball: Concord receives ‘a slap in the face’ from Salem on senior night
02-22-2023 12:30 AM

By ERIC RYNSTON-LOBEL

CONCORD – Everything had been running smoothly for the Tide – the team had won five in a row, positioned itself well for the playoffs and started to build confidence that was lacking earlier in the year. But Tuesday night’s 59-34 loss to Salem on the...


Planning Board approves new gas station across from Concord High
02-20-2023 5:48 PM

By EILEEN O’GRADY

Concord residents voiced concerns this week about pedestrian safety near a new proposed gas station that is planning to open across from Concord High School.The Concord Planning Board approved a conditional use permit Feb. 15 for Nouria Energy...


Wrestling: Concord places fourth in D-I, Noah Blake and Griffin Norwalt win state titles in their weight classes
02-19-2023 10:56 AM

By ERIC RYNSTON-LOBEL

LONDONDERRY – Amid the musty air in the gymnasium at Londonderry High School on Saturday, the Concord wrestling team represented itself admirably, placing fourth in the Division I wrestling championships. The Tide finished with 161 points, 0.5 behind...


Girls’ basketball: What to watch as D-I and D-II playoffs near
02-18-2023 10:12 PM

By ERIC RYNSTON-LOBEL

In yesterday’s paper, I broke down all you need to know on the boys’ side of Division I and II basketball as the playoffs near. Today, I’ll look at where the girls’ teams stand with a few days left in the regular season.BowBow girls’ basketball has...


Boys’ basketball: What to watch as D-I and D-II playoffs near
02-17-2023 10:14 PM

By ERIC RYNSTON-LOBEL

With less than a week remaining in the regular season, area D-I and D-II basketball teams will begin looking ahead to the playoffs.Some will sneak in as 14th or 15th seeds. Others will snag top spots with hopes of winning a championship.Pembroke...


‘We had to build them up’: Concord boys’ basketball fighting for the playoffs in Tim LaTorra’s first season
02-16-2023 10:33 PM

By ERIC RYNSTON-LOBEL

CONCORD – One of the key themes for Tim LaTorra’s first season with Concord High boys’ basketball hasn’t been how to run an exquisite backdoor cut or set a perfect screen. It’s been far simpler: how to believe in yourself.When he walked into the room...


Concord freshman Mika Taylor wins state slalom title as Tide girls’ Alpine finishes 2nd in D-I
02-16-2023 10:30 PM

By DAN ATTORRI

Winning a state title at any age is impressive. Doing it as a freshman is even more so. That’s exactly what Concord High School freshman Mika Taylor did, posting the two fastest slalom runs of the day to win the individual title in that discipline,...


Concord’s Read Merrill qualifies for MOC in both slalom and GS as Tide boys’ Alpine finishes fourth in D-I
02-16-2023 10:25 PM

By DAN ATTORRI

Read Merrill has been a leader for Concord High Alpine skiing for four years, so it’s only fitting that he led the Tide down the slopes one more time.Merrill, a senior captain for the Crimson Tide, qualified for the Meet of Champions in both the giant...


Monitor Sports Podcast – Gearing up for the playoffs
02-15-2023 7:06 PM

This week, Eric Rynston-Lobel and Dan Attorri preview the D3 boys’ and girls’ basketball playoffs, including Hopkinton’s matchups with Inter-Lakes (boys) and Newfound (girls). They also look at all of the D2 teams in contention for playoff berths,...


Swimming: Bow’s Ryan Powers headlines area school performers at 2023 NHIAA swimming championships
02-15-2023 6:40 PM

By ERIC RYNSTON-LOBEL

DURHAM – Despite a power outage that postponed part of the D-I and the entire D-II swimming championships from Saturday to Sunday at the University of New Hampshire, five schools — Concord, Bow, Coe-Brown, Kearsarge and Belmont — were among the area...


Indoor track: Aidan Cox sets a pair of records as Coe-Brown boys dominate D-II for program’s first team title
02-13-2023 11:40 PM

By DAN ATTORRI

It was three years ago the last time NHIAA had indoor track state championships and there was a lot of uncertainty entering this season. In the end, perhaps it was unwarranted.The Coe-Brown boys’ team scored points in nine of 13 events and won four,...


Hopkinton teams finish second in N.H. Nordic Coaches Series; Belmont’s William Riley wins skate race
02-13-2023 2:16 AM

By DAN ATTORRI

The Hopkinton girls’ Nordic team has a deep roster. When the Hawks have a chance to work together, it’s hard to stop them.Belmont’s William Riley won the boys’ 5K skate race in 9 minutes, 42.7 seconds and Lebanon’s Annalies Hannah won the girls’ race...


‘Almost like family’: A look at three decades of success for Concord boys’ hockey
02-12-2023 8:59 AM

By ERIC RYNSTON-LOBEL

Senior captain Joey Tarbell attended almost every Concord High boys’ hockey home game growing up. His neighbor, Shane Riley, played on the team; they always won. Tarbell imagined himself one day racing onto the ice at Everett Arena donning the Crimson...


Preview: A look at upcoming NHIAA winter championships and playoffs in the next week
02-10-2023 8:36 AM

By DAN ATTORRI

Some seasons began in late November, others really just began with the arrival of the recent snow, but regardless of how they started, it’s time to think playoffs for nearly all NHIAA winter sports. Several champions – both individual and team – will...


Girls’ hockey: Concord rallies twice for 10th straight win
02-09-2023 7:56 PM

By ERIC RYNSTON-LOBEL

CONCORD – The Concord High girls’ hockey team didn’t look like a squad that had won nine straight games during the first period on Wednesday at Everett Arena. The Crimson Tide appeared lethargic and a step slow against St. Thomas-Winnacunnet-Dover.But...

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