ConVal boys soccer was pretty evenly matched against Oyster River when OR got a goal. The Cougars valiantly attempted to tie the game in the remaining time with several shots on the OR goal. Colby Knight made a charge at the goal in the final seconds of play that looked like it would go in, but alas the OR keeper was able to stop it. Teammate, Finn Wegmueller, was there to pick up the pieces.
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In the first game of the season, ConVal’s Evan Merwede led his team with two of the four goals in a shutout victory over Souhegan.
My local high school, ConVal Regional, held its graduation this morning on what was an unusually hot day in early June. I was there taking photos, somewhat for the local paper and also for the seniors who have been my subjects on the athletic fields for the last few years. Most of the photos you see here are of kids who I have photographed playing soccer, and tennis, skiing, and wrestling. If any of these students would like larger copies of the images, merely email me and I will be happy to send you the original.
Good luck to you all and be proud of all that you do in the future.
Pete Martel a resident of the New Hampshire Veteran’s Home in Tilton and former Bennington resident tosses a laurel wreath on the Contoocook River in recognition of the naval sacrifices of Bennington sailors. The parade, watched by numerous town residents, comprised veteran’s of the various forces as well as Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts and the ConVal High School Marching Band.