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Nordic skiing: Concord boys win D-I championship, girls finish 2nd; Watt, Lesser and Clarner earn individual crowns
03-07-2024 12:56 AM


This year’s winter conditions posed far greater challenges than usual to the state’s high school Nordic ski teams, so much so that even having a championship wasn’t a given. But meet organizers pulled a rabbit out of a hat and Concord High made the...

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High schools: Hopkinton’s Chapin wins MOC slalom title
02-23-2024 12:34 AM

Boys’ Alpine SkiingMeet of ChampionsKey players: Hopkinton – Merrick Chapin (1st slalom in 1:17.66), Harrison Wilson (5th giant slalom in 1:21, 6th slalom in 1:20.49), Conrad Mollano (17th GS), Cameron Bassett (29th GS, 46th slalom), Coley Wells (36th...

Alpine skiing: Lucas Golden sweeps GS and slalom titles, leads Concord to 4th in D-I
02-16-2024 11:28 PM


Lucas Golden was hoping to be on the podium. He ended up standing on top of it. Twice.Golden, a freshman, won both the giant slalom and the slalom titles at the NHIAA Division I boys’ Alpine skiing championships on Friday at Crotched Mountain, leading...

Alpine skiing: Wilson wins GS, Chapin wins slalom as Hopkinton claims D-III team title
02-16-2024 12:51 AM


Their best skier fell on his first run of the day. One lost a pole. Two more missed a gate. But those circumstances didn’t define them.Senior Harrison Wilson won the giant slalom in the morning, junior Merrick Chapin won the slalom in the afternoon...

Alpine skiing: Hopkinton girls defend D-III title, Belmont’s Ella Stevens sweeps slalom and GS
02-14-2024 11:48 PM


The Hopkinton girls’ Alpine ski team has been consistent all season and that wasn’t about to change on Wednesday. Hawk sophomore Marcella Guadagno finished second in both the slalom and giant slalom, and sophomore Avery Loew and freshman Lia Chapin...

Alpine skiing: Mika Taylor defends slalom title, leads Concord girls to 3rd in D-I, Bow girls finish 5th in D-II
02-13-2024 11:34 PM


On Dec. 21 Mika Taylor finished third in the slalom in the first Alpine race of the season. She never lost again.The Concord High sophomore defended her title in the slalom and finished runner-up in the giant slalom to lead the Crimson Tide to third...

Alpine skiing: Hopkinton wins 2nd consecutive Capital Cup
01-30-2024 1:17 AM


Scott Zipke likes that the Capital Cup has a “competitive midseason feel” to it. For the second year in a row, that competition has gone Hopkinton’s way.Junior Merrick Chapin led the Hopkinton boys to a 1-2-4 finish in the boys’ slalom to lead the...

Mixed bag of weather expected to hit Tuesday with flood watch on Wednesday
01-08-2024 2:48 PM

The welcome sight of snow following Sunday’s storm might be short-lived.Another storm due to arrive Tuesday night is forecast to start as snow but move over to rain as it warms on Wednesday. Temperatures are expected to reach 49 degrees in Concord on...

Photos: A wild scene as Pat’s Peak welcomes spring
03-20-2023 11:26 AM

Most of us try to make it through the stretch of icy weather from December through March without ever falling flat on our noses. Participants at Pat’s Peak Ski Area in Henniker spent Saturday navigating a much colder, and certainly much more dramatic,...

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


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...

Nordic skiing: Tyler Watt sweeps freestyle and classic as Tide boys win D-I crown, Concord girls finish second
03-08-2023 6:11 PM


The Concord High Nordic skiers weren’t thinking too much about Tuesday’s state championship. Coming off of the pandemic and a fourth-place finish for the girls and a sixth-place finish for the boys in Division I last year, technique and team culture...

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


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...

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


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


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...

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


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...

Patrick Wachsmuth wins D-II slalom crown, GS runner-up to lead Bow boys’ Alpine to third
02-14-2023 10:24 PM


Bow didn’t have the same depth this season as in years past, but the Falcons had a respectable showing at the Division II Alpine championships. Senior Patrick Wachsmuth defended his D-II slalom title and matched his 2022 runner-up finish in the giant...

Tenney Mountain Ski Resort reopens
02-10-2023 1:47 PM

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It was a long time coming but Rob Peterson of Plymouth Mountain was ready.Peterson was the first person to ride the chairlift just after 9 a.m. Friday, official opening day for Tenney Mountain Ski Area a dozen years after it last operated for a full...

Long dormant Tenney Mountain Ski Area in Plymouth set to reopen
02-04-2023 4:00 PM


After several false starts in past winters, Tenney Mountain Ski Resort in Plymouth is expected to finally reopen this coming week, more than a dozen years after it last operated fully, although a complete rebirth is still years away.The resort, which...

Alpine skiing: Hopkinton wins Capital Cup; Bow’s Wachsmuth, Concord’s Taylor top individual leaderboards
02-03-2023 2:13 AM


If you look at the top of the standings of almost any Division I, II or III Alpine ski race you’ll see a Capital Area team at the top. If you look at the top of the Capital Area standings, you’ll see Hopkinton – at least for now.Hopkinton won the 15th...

Nordic skiing: Concord’s Tyler Watt wins Coaches Series classic race, Hopkinton girls’ team takes 2nd
01-29-2023 1:24 PM


Concord’s Tyler Watt competed regionally and nationally last season, so it stands to reason that he’d be one of the best in the state. On Saturday, Watt, a junior, showed he still is in top form, topping the field of over 160 competitors to win the...

Storm expected to bring 5-9 inches of snow and some relief to winter recreation
01-19-2023 11:23 AM

Skiers and riders from around the area flock to Pats Peak for lessons and night skiing this time of year, even on rainy nights like Tuesday night. A winter storm is set to bring in snow Thursday evening into Friday.The storm is expected to begin as...

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