Athletics

Athletic News

Athletic News

List of 8 news stories.

  • Boys' Hockey to Play in NEPSAC Championship

    Emily Magnus
    Congratulations to our boy's hockey team! On Wednesday they will be playing New Hampton in the quarterfinal round of the NEPSAC championship.
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  • Cheering at the finish line.

    Girls' Nordic Team Earns NEPSAC Title!

    Peter Durnan
    The boys' and girls' Nordic NEPSAC Championships were held Wednesday, February 22 at Vermont Academy. Some of the schools competing included Andover, Cardigan Mountain, Dublin, Gould, Holderness NMH, Proctor, St. Paul's School, and Vermont Academy. The Holderness girls' team earned the NEPSAC title. The boys' team came in 4th place. It was beautiful spring-like skiing with many of the racers in shorts and t-shirts. In the morning the skiers had a classic 5K race. In the afternoon, a 3K freestyle sprint relay was held. Academic Dean and Nordic coach, Peter Durnan writes about the girls relay and the win below.
     
     
     
     
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  • Dougie DeLuca '16 and Sean Robinson '16 chosen for the All-MacConnell Divison team for Babson Men's Alpine Skiing

    Chrissy Lushefski
    As first-year racers for Babson Mens' Alpine Skiing, Dougie DeLuca '16 and Sean Robinson '16 were both chosen for the All-MacConnell Divison team. Congratulations Dougie and Sean! Read more about them here: http://www.babsonathletics.com/sports/m-skiing/2016-17/releases/20170217cpvl22 
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  • Athletes of the Week: Kelly Qian, Cole Potter, and Yifu Mu

    Chrissy Lushefski
    The Athletes of the Week are nominated by team captains and coaches. The athletes who are chosen model good sportsmanship, leadership, and strong effort. They are not interested in individual awards or personal records, but are passionate about progress, resilience, and the success of the team. 
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  • Eli Misavage '20 just before leading the lollipoppers around their race course

    Holderness Hosts Nordic Eastern Cup

    Emily Magnus
    The annual Cheri Walsh Eastern Cup occurred this year amid a string of snow storms that left us buried under 3 feet of beautiful powder! While this may have kept some spectators away, it didn't keep the skiers from enjoying the rigorous climbs and ripping downhills on the Holderness Nordic trails. Thanks to everyone who participated, cheered, coached, and supported this event! Here's a little video that catches the highlights of the day. Oh, and check out the Holderness Nordic Blog for more about this amazing program.
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  • Karina Bladon '17 to Attend Junior Worlds

    Emily Magnus
    Karina Bladon '17 has been training hard all year to build her strength and speed, and it's paid off. This week she is headed to the Czech Republic to compete in the Junior World Championships in parallel slalom snowboarding! Click below to read an interview with her.
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  • Holderness Leaders in Outdoor Education

    Emily Magnus
    When was the first time you became viserally aware of the natural world? Do you remember the first mountain you hiked? When was the last time you were alone in the wilderness? Holderness School alumni and current students have long tested their skills and strength in the mountains. Read on to find out more about some of our most famous mountain athletes.
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  • Athletes of the Week: Jerry Wang and Kathy Liech

    Chrissy Lushefski
    The Athletes of the Week are nominated by team captains and coaches. The athletes who are chosen model good sportsmanship, leadership, and strong effort. They are not interested in individual awards or personal records, but are passionate about progress, resilience, and the success of the team. 
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Scores of the Week

Alumni Athletes

We are so proud of our alumni!

Field Hockey
Tess O'Brien ’14 University of Vermont
Allie Renzi ’14 Boston University
Allie Solms ’14 Bates
Lindsay Houseman ’15 St. Lawrence
Celia Fleckner ’16 St. Lawrence
Lydia Fisher ’16 Bryn Mawr
Football
Malik Love ’15 UNH
Andrew Starr ’15 Sacred Heart
James Tyrell ’15 Concordia (Canada)
PJ Brennan ’16 St. Lawrence
Brendan Johnson ’16 Endicott
Mens' Soccer
Charlie DeFeo ’12 University of Vermont
Precious Ozoh ’16 Gettysburg
Womens' Soccer
Kyra Borsoi ’16 Utica College
Mens’ Basketball
Roland Nyama ’13 Stony Brook University
Jesus Sanchez ’13 Westfield State University
Willem Brandwijk ’14 Siena College
John Dewey ’15 Sam Houston State
Mike Hogervorst ’15 Norwich University
Zygimantas Sirvydas ’15 Norwich University
Miles Bowser ’16 Tufts
Justice DeCorsi ’16 East Texas Baptist University
Thomas Jackson ’16 St. Michaels
Brendan Johnson ’16 Endicott
Womens’ Basketball
Xajaah Williams-Flores ’13 Mount Holyoke
Migle Vilunaite ’13 Skidmore College
Aly Axman ’16 Drew University
Skylar Robinson ’16 Fisher College
Mens’ Ice Hockey
Gavin Bayreuther (DNG) St. Lawrence
Shawn Watson ’12 New England College
Terrance Amorosa (DNG) Clarkson University
Phil Johansson ’14 Amherst
Tyler Mathieu ’14 Southern Maine University
Parker Weekes ’14 College of St. Scholastica
Tyler Slusarczyk ’16 Stevenson
Womens’ Ice Hockey
Morgan Bayreuther ’14 William Smith College
Rebecca Begley ’14 William Smith College
Sarah Garrett ’14 William Smith College
Kyra Borsoi ’16 Utica College
Annie Smyth-Hammond ’16 Stevenson
Baseball
Cole Donovan ’16 Springfield
Mens’ Lacrosse
Dickson Smith ’12 University of Virginia
Taren Cook ’14 Bishop's University
Matt Gudas ’14 University of Vermont
Charles Harker ’15 Bates College
Jack Gewirz ’16 Westminster College (Utah)
Brendan O'Hara ’16 Furman University
Womens’ Lacrosse
Lily Ford ’12 UNH
Sarah Bell ’13 Brown University
Allie Solms ’14 Bates
Nikki Blair ’15 Colorado College
Clair Caputi ’15 Colby College
Carter Daume ’15 Whitman College
Katie Remien ’15 University of Vermont
CJ Sturges ’16 William Smith
Mens’ Golf
Tyler Slusarczyk ’16 Stevenson University
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