Max Sturges charges the Hollis goal setting up the third ConVal goal.
Max Sturges let’s the ball sail past the Hollis keeper on its way to the second team goal.
Nile Hertzler scores the first Conval goal.
Conval Boys Soccer had a scoreless first half against the visitors from Milford who racked up two goals in the first half. But the Cougars came alive after the break to score five goals by Max Sturges, Jordan Cooper, and Nile Hetzler. Feel free to leave a comment.
Emmanuel Bowman chases down a Milford player
Jordan Cooper makes one of his goals for the night.
Max Sturges bumps the ball off his chest for a goal.
After the third Conval goal, the Milford keeper tries to collect his thoughts.
Nile Hertzler heads the ball for a goal
The Milford Labor Day parade drew several presidential candidates and a raft of supporters for other candidates. Bernie Sanders’ supporters carrying signs and chanting “Bernie” and “Sanders in the White House” numbered about 1000. John Kasich had about 100 supporters, and the rest had fewer. Kasich, Carly Fiorina, Lindsey Graham and Bernie were the candidates marching. People were thronging and cheering Bernie as he walked by while the other candidates marched down the middle of the street with little enthusiasm shown by any of the spectators.
Governor John Kasich spoke Wednesday at New England College’s Town Hall forum. Local voters as well as students from Henniker Community School’s 7th and 8th grades were in attendance. The governor answered questions about illegal immigration, Social Security, the vanishing middle class, education, the high cost of education and student debt, massive incarceration, and his stand on controlling unions.
The governor makes contact with a future voter
The governor takes a stand against busting unions: “business and workers have to work together”
Bob Denz of AARP questions the governor on Social Security
“We have to build a wall”
The press watching his every move
A student from Henniker Community School is thoroughly engaged in the governor’s talk.
7th and 8th graders sitting with 70 and 80 year olds, listened to the governor