Summer opens up a plethora of wonderful encounters with nature in New Hampshire.
New Hampshire Democrats met in Manchester this weekend. Bernie got a lot of cheering, Mayor Pete had some enthusiastic support and the others, except John Delaney, had good receptions, but it was Elizabeth Warren who brought down the house. She couldn’t begin speaking for over five minutes as the delegates kept cheering…loudly. Talking with a guy selling political buttons, he said he had sold Warren buttons 10 to 1 over anyone else. She’s on a roll.
Senior captain, Noah Bell, rises out of the fog.
In honor of senior German exchange student, Luca Haufler, “Deutschlandlied,” the German national anthem was played prior to “The Star Spangled Banner.”
The night was dedicated to the five graduating seniors of the team: Noah Bell, Luca Haufler, Cameron Merwede, Caleb Putman and Nile Hertzler.
In ConVal’s boys soccer game against Hollis-Brookline, Max Sturges’ feet were magical; he was everywhere. While he was supported by the outstanding work of his teammates, his feet kept letting the ball fly toward the Hollis goal. He managed to score four of ConVal’s six goals in their win of (6-2) over the Cavaliers.
Down 2-0 to Windham, the Cougar girls came alive with a sweet goal by Izzy Wilder. With a bunch of shots on goal, ConVal kept the Windham keeper on her toes for the rest of the game. A penalty kick at the end of the game went in but the ref called it bad, so the girls lost 2-1.
Izzy Wilder drops a goal right over the Windham keeper’s head.