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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 […]

Hockey ends soon

February 21, 2019 2:47pm | Finn Brown

Concord Capitols U10 girls hockey player Sydney Brown looks on during a game versus the New England Renegades at Everett Arena in Concord Feb. 3. The Capitols lost the game, 3-0. “We played well, but we didn’t have enough players, and got tired too quickly,” […]

Tidey the Duck

February 12, 2019 7:51am | Bethany Lewis

Tidey the Duck, Concord High School’s mascot, celebrates after the Varsity Boys Ice Hockey team scored its only goal of the night against Bedford Wednesday, Jan. 30. The game, which took place at Everett Ice Arena in Concord, was one of the hardest the team […]

Ski jumpers take off

February 12, 2019 7:42am | Madeline Pratt

Concord High School sophomore Kurt Van Fleet takes a practice jump off of the 18 meter ski jump on Wednesday before the meet at Proctor Ski Area in Andover, New Hampshire. Van Fleet is preparing for the state meet Thursday, Feb. 14, at Plymouth High […]

Nordic skiing champs again

March 8, 2018 11:42am | Elaine Brodeur

Concord High School’s coed varsity Nordic Skiing team won the 2018 Division 1 Cross-Country Ski Championships March 5, 2018, at Great Glen Trails in Gorham, New Hampshire.  This victory represents the tenth consecutive championship title for the team, coached this year by Sam Evans-Brown, James Townsend […]

Friday night lights

October 20, 2017 8:59am | Nena Hall

Concord High’s football team just had its Homecoming game Oct. 14 against the Bedford Bulldogs. The Crimson Tide ended up losing the game 56-13. The team’s current record is two wins of the season, against Spaulding and Manchester Memorial, and five losses. The team has […]

Keep supporting sports

June 6, 2017 2:19pm | Kody Hardy

Taxpayers across the country sometimes struggle with funding schools and extracurricular activities. When budgets lack money, communities consider cutting some programs. Sports are a popular target because they’re not an academic subject and aren’t mandatory for a high school curriculum, and costs can run high when it comes […]

Tide Puck says final goodbyes

April 1, 2017 2:16pm | Madysen Audet

Banquet and tradition.: two words that define what we have at Concord High School every year, every season, every sport. At the conclusion of each season, coaches and players gather to reminisce on a team’s accomplishments. Frequently the celebration involves a meal, pictures and awards. The girls’ varsity ice […]

Concord wins a close one

February 23, 2017 2:53pm | Crimson Review staff

Senior Edward Johnson, #90, goes down low for some cheer from the crowd during Thursday’s unified basketball game against Merrimack Valley. Concord dominated for more than half the game before Merrimack ran up the score. The Crimson Tide ultimately won, 40-38, and may advance to the […]