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‘Listening to understand’ – Belmont High School students deliver a new mascot
03-30-2023 8:58 PM

By ERIC RYNSTON-LOBEL

It was like eavesdropping on a conversation between United States senators.“Patience.” “Compromise.” “Listen to others.”But these weren’t U.S. senators or even New Hampshire state representatives. These were students at Belmont High School. And over...


Boys’ hockey: Craigue, Guerin named Player of the Year; All-State rosters announced
03-19-2023 10:15 AM

By DAN ATTORRI

The New Hampshire High School Hockey Coaches Association released All-State teams and awards late last week, and two area competitors were honored as Player of the Year in their respective divisions.Concord senior Brooks Craigue was named the Division...


Season recap: Concord hockey fails to claim fourth-straight title, still headlines area programs
03-16-2023 10:05 AM

By ERIC RYNSTON-LOBEL

The feeling of defeat felt foreign to Concord boys’ hockey.But after Bedford’s Javin Manfield slid the game-winning goal past Tide goalie Kalan Gaudreault in the D-I semifinal, that feeling hit them like a ton of bricks.The Tide entered the 2022-23...


Season recap: Concord Christian girls’ basketball the standouts among area D-III and D-IV programs this season
03-15-2023 11:30 PM

By ERIC RYNSTON-LOBEL

Despite having one of the smallest rosters – if not the smallest – across the state, Concord Christian Academy’s girls’ basketball team finished the 2022-23 season as Division III champions. It was CCA’s first season in the division, after moving up...


Season recap: Hopkinton boys’ basketball reaches D-III semifinals in Matt Miller’s first year, rest of area D-III and D-IV season in review
03-15-2023 11:15 PM

By ERIC RYNSTON-LOBEL

Among all the basketball teams in the Monitor’s coverage area, few were as dynamic as Matt Miller’s Hopkinton boys’ team. They shared the ball, displayed remarkable athleticism and had several players who could take over a game at any moment.Between...


NHBCO releases hoops All-State rosters and end of season awards
03-13-2023 12:00 PM

By DAN ATTORRI

The New Hampshire Basketball Coaches Organization released All-State rosters last week, with several area players and coaches receiving accolades. Among the major award winners from the Capital Area was the boys’ Division IV Player of the Year,...


Boys’ hockey: Evan Guerin’s hat trick leads Belmont-Gilford to D-III title over Berlin-Gorham
03-11-2023 10:39 PM

By DAN ATTORRI

A year ago they lost the championship and headed into the offseason with the goal of winning it the next year. One season later, on the same ice, against the same team, the Bulldogs completed that mission.The No. 1 Belmont-Gilford hockey team (19-1)...


Nordic skiing: Hopkinton girls finish 2nd, Belmont’s William Riley sweeps individual titles
03-09-2023 10:59 PM

By DAN ATTORRI

When all NHIAA Nordic programs competed against each other, the Plymouth and Hopkinton girls’ teams were in the top two spots. So at Wednesday’s Division II championship, it stands to reason that it would happen again.The Hawks placed five skiers in...


Boys’ hockey: No. 1 Belmont-Gilford dominates to return to D-III finals, Pembroke-Campbell ends best season in program history with a loss
03-09-2023 12:56 PM

By DAN ATTORRI

Some players are so good that they make their teammates better. Sophomore forward Evan Guerin scored a goal and set up teammates for three more, and five different Bulldogs found the back of the net as No. 1 Belmont-Gilford defeated No. 5 Kingswood,...


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...


Hopkinton boys take third at D-III Alpine championship
02-15-2023 6:47 AM

By DAN ATTORRI

Senior Will Chapin, sophomore Merrick Chapin and junior Harrison Wilson all qualified for the Meet of Champions in both the slalom and giant slalom, but it wasn’t enough to lift the Hopkinton boys’ Alpine ski team back to the top of the Division III...


Hopkinton girls win D-III Alpine state championship, Kearsarge’s Maya Spiegel wins slalom title
02-14-2023 9:11 PM

By DAN ATTORRI

Coming off a sixth-place finish in 2022 with a new coaching staff and a young lineup, you’d think Hopkinton would have some growing pains in 2023.The Hawks shook those off pretty quickly.Hopkinton placed all four scoring skiers in the top 11 of the...


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,...


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...


Hockey: Belmont-Gilford remembers Deware, defeats Berlin-Gorham in rematch of D-III final
02-05-2023 9:21 PM

By DAN ATTORRI

There’s always a lot to play for when the Belmont-Gilford Bulldogs and Berlin-Gorham Mountaineers face off, but Saturday’s game at Laconia’s Merrill Fay Arena had some extra meaning.Not only was it a rematch of last year’s NHIAA Division III hockey...


Monitor Sports Podcast – Michael McCann joins to chat about Name, Image, Likeness
01-23-2023 9:33 PM

Monitor staff

On this week’s episode, Eric Rynston-Lobel and Dan Attorri recap Pembroke boys’ basketball’s huge win over Souhegan, Belmont boys’ basketball continuing to win, the success of Bow girls’ basketball and much more. Then, UNH law professor Michael McCann...


Boys’ basketball: Belmont exacts revenge on Winnisquam with 43-31 victory
01-18-2023 10:38 PM

By ERIC RYNSTON-LOBEL

BELMONT – Raiders head coach Tony Martinez didn’t think his team played its best when they lost to Winnisquam, 59-56 on Jan. 3. On Wednesday night, Belmont’s execution was noticeably sharper in the team’s 43-31 win in a defensive slog.Belmont (7-2)...


Monitor Sports Podcast – Success on the Court
01-17-2023 8:15 PM

Monitor staff

On this week's show, Eric Rynston-Lobel and Dan Attorri dive into the success of Bow girls' basketball, Concord boys' basketball exceeding its win total from last year, Concord girls' hockey finding its stride and Concord boys' hockey continuing to...


Boys’ basketball: Checking in on Belmont’s 5-2 start
01-13-2023 1:14 AM

By ERIC RYNSTON-LOBEL

Tony Martinez couldn’t wait for his team’s rematch with Winnisquam on Thursday night. The Bears had just beaten the Raiders, 59-56 on Jan. 3, and Martinez knew Belmont was capable of better.Now 5-2, Thursday’s game was postponed due to the bad...

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