Holderness played one of its best games of the season this afternoon at Lakes Region rival Tilton beating the Rams 6-3. Isaiah Fox led the offensive charge with a hat trick and one assist. Connor Androlewicz made 31 saves to earn the win. Other point producers for the Bulls were Tim Manning 1-3-4, Kevin Pitts 1-2-3, Paxton Bunting 1-0-1, Tanner Ensign 0-1-1, and Carter Rose 0-1-1. Congratulations to Paxton Bunting on his first career Bulls goal! It was a laser that beat the Tilton goalie high to the glove side. The Bulls will look to avenge last Friday's loss vs. KUA on Saturday afternoon @ KUA.
It’s no secret that amazing teachers, coaches, and dorm parents are an integral part of the Holderness experience. With the retirement of four long-serving and tremendously impactful faculty members, Dean of Faculty Kristen Fischer knew she had to find an equally committed and accomplished group of new faculty members to start the year. Her search began in January with visits to recruiting fairs and countless interviews and tours on campus. By early summer, her diligent attention to finding the right candidates for Holderness paid off; we are excited to welcome this new crew of Holderness Bulls to campus.
Holderness School has a rich tradition of training athletes for both excellence and lifelong fitness. Whether teams are regularly qualifying for -- and winning -- NEPSAC tournaments or athletes are developing healthy habits and a love of sport, Holderness School is committed to a multiple sport athletic philosophy that unlocks the potential of every student.
Holderness School is a hive of activity this summer. With the Gordon Research Conferences on campus to share some of the latest findings and advancements in science and construction well underway on the new academic facility, it might be easy to miss an equally important project: the replacement of a dormitory.