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Varsity football building strength for 2020

January 21, 2020 3:37pm | Logan Keene

Crimson Tide varsity football had a let down of a season last fall between rivaling numbers of injuries and people leaving the team for various reasons. But Head Coach Eric Brown is determined to bring people back together as a team to overcome fears and […]

CHS grad Matt Blake now Yankees pitching coach

December 30, 2019 10:33am | Andrew Pollack

Concord High School alumnus Matt Blake, the new New York Yankees pitching coach, was introduced to Major League Baseball’s largest team and television market Nov. 7. Prior to joining the Yankees he served as a minor league pitching coordinator for the Cleveland Indians. Before that, […]

Brotherhood continues

December 25, 2019 2:58pm | Daniel Rosales, Jack Sargent

Concord High School’s 2019-20 wrestling season is off to a strong start. Fifty-one athletes returning include nine Division I placers, three All State placers and a 2018 All State champ. The Tide is looking to snap rival Timberlane’s 172 New Hampshire win streak and take […]

Pre-game pep talk

October 14, 2019 8:45pm | Daniel Rosales

Concord High School junior Peter Sargent gives his team members a quick pre-game pep talk before the annual Homecoming football game Saturday, Sept. 28. Following a couple of disheartening defeats, Sargent planned to gear up his fellow defensive linemen for the tenacious offense of the […]

Five-mile fun

October 14, 2019 8:14pm | Fiona Elliott

After a five-mile run from Concord High School to Carter Hill Orchard Sept. 25, sophomore Collette Brochu, a member of the cross country team, walks from row to row picking apples in addition to eating  cider donuts and participating in autumnal photo shoots. Her favorite […]

Bleacher set

October 14, 2019 7:36pm | Kailey Demers

Onlookers at a recent varsity volleyball match at Concord High School sometimes peer out from underneath the bleachers to get a floor-level view. On this particular day, Sept. 13, the Crimson Tide fell to Salem High School 3-1. “It was overwhelming. The score just kept […]

Concord Crew ending season with two upcoming regattas

October 14, 2019 7:19pm | Dady Burns

Rowers with Concord Crew will finish the fall season participating in Head of the Charles in Boston Saturday, Oct. 19, and/or Head of the Fish in Saratoga, New York, Saturday and Sunday, Oct. 26 and 27. CHS freshman Dalton  Tetrault, at Concord Crew’s boathouse on […]

You ought to know: Brendan Pearl

March 29, 2019 8:02am | Hannah Womack

Brendan Pearl has been playing lacrosse since second grade. He didn’t start this sport right away, however; he went from baseball to to hockey and then came to love lacrosse. “It’s just the way it challenges me,” Pearl said. “Like every game is hard. I […]

You ought to know: Savannah Shannon

March 20, 2019 8:22pm | Jhulandra Acharya

Concord High School freshman Savannah Shannon is a competitive athlete who developed an interest in skiing at a very young age. “I have been skiing my whole life,” she said. “This is my 8th year.” Shannon’s ultimate goal is to focus on her athleticism without […]

Cheer competitions underway

February 22, 2019 7:42am | Roselyn Kapper

Sophomore Patience Boley, junior Julianna Messina and sophomore Abe Lothstein explode with energy at a Saturday morning practice getting ready to complete a tumbling pass for a bullying awareness video challenge posted on Pinkerton Academy High School on Instagram. The “stick and stand up to […]