• Hockey Boys Varsity

    2018 - 2019
    Head Coach: Alan Thompson

    Holderness Hockey dates back to the early 1900’s and the school has always embraced the game the way it is supposed to be played: outdoors in the elements with a focus on toughness, grit, speed, and enthusiasm. We compete in the Lakes Region conference of the New England Prep School Athletic Conference and play a 30-35 game schedule against some of the top competitors in New England. Holderness plays in a new open-air arena, which was constructed in 2015 and prepares for competition in a newly renovated training facility and locker room. Our season usually stretches from mid-November until the first of March.

    With a strong passion for keeping hockey outdoors in the beauty, serenity, and vigor of a cold New England winter, and with a keen sense of the importance of work ethic, perseverance, and the joys of the competitive spirit, Holderness hockey players leave with a true sense of what the game was created for. Recent alumni have played at NCAA Division I institutions such as St. Lawrence, UNH, Clarkson, Brown, UVM, Colgate, Holy Cross, Niagara, and Army.

Team News

List of 3 news stories.

  • Bulls lose heartbreaker to Rams 4-3 in last second of regulation

    Holderness took a 3-1 lead into the 3rd period against top 10 ranked Tilton Monday night at Fiore Rink, but could not hold the lead in the last 5 minutes of the game losing by a score of 4-3. The winning goal was scored with just 2 seconds remaining on the clock. Although a crushing defeat, Holderness should hold their heads high, playing one of their best games of the season. Isaiah Fox (2) and Kevin Pitts were the Bulls goal scorers and Keenan Alnahas was exceptional in net stopping 39 of 43 Tilton shots. The Bulls will conclude their 5 game homestand on Wednesday afternoon vs. North Yarmouth Academy.
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  • Hornets Shutout Bulls 2-0

    Alan Thompson
    In the second meeting of the year between Holderness and Proctor, Proctor was able to keep the Bulls scoreless and defeat Holderness on the road 2-0. The game had lots of back and forth action and scoring chances for both teams, but Proctor was able to beat Androlewicz twice and Holderness couldn't find an answer for the Proctor goalie. Holderness had a few excellent chances in the third period to tie the score; one off the stick of Isaiah Fox on a shorthanded breakaway and another off the stick of Jake Waterman on an odd man rush, but neither could find the back of the net. Both goalies were terrific in the game. Androlewicz stopped 38 of 40 shots and Proctor's goalie stopped all 35 shots he faced. The two teams will play one more time towards the end of the season at Proctor. The Bulls will return to action on Monday afternoon vs. Tilton School.
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  • Strong 3rd period leads Bulls to 4-2 win

    Alan Thompson
    Holderness was able to score three unanswered goals in the 3rd period to outlast Berwick Wednesday night at Fiore Rink 4-2. Kevin Pitts started the scoring for the Bulls :29 into the game and the Bulls controlled play for the majority of the 1st period. They entered the locker room up 1-0 after the 1st. In the 2nd, although the Bulls had multiple opportunities to score, they couldn't crack the strong goaltending of Berwick goalie Alex Ramsey. One goal was called back after the refs determined the puck hit the post and did not cross the goal line. Berwick was opportunistic on their chances in the 2nd period, scoring one power play goal and adding another off a Bulls turnover at their offensive blue line. Berwick headed into the locker room up 2-1 after 2 periods of play. In the 3rd, the Bulls were finally able to score on the PP off another Kevin Pitts goal midway through the period. Jake Waterman would then score the eventual game winner a few minutes later on another PP tally giving the Bulls the lead back at 3-2. Berwick pulled their goalie late to try and even the score, but Isaiah Fox scored an empty netter with :18 left in the game to put the Bulldogs away. Berwick goalie Alex Ramsey was terrific all night testing the patience of the Bulls attack by stopping 41 of 44 shots. The Bulls were lead by the strong play and leadership of Kevin Pitts and Connor Androlewicz stopped 16 of 18 shots earning the win in net. The Bulls return to action Saturday afternoon at Fiore Rink vs. school rival Proctor Academy. Game time is 3pm.
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Team Schedule

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Home
vs.
Hoosac School
Win 5-3
Playing Fields - Hockey Rink - 10
Neutral
Scrimmage
vs.
Berwick Academy
Win 2-1
Proctor Academy
Neutral
Scrimmage
vs.
Williston Northhampton
Tie 2-2
Proctor Academy
Home
vs.
Hebron Academy
Win 6-3
Playing Fields - Hockey Rink - 10
Home
vs.
Academy St. Louis
Win 4-1
Playing Fields - Hockey Rink - 10
Home
vs.
Worcester Academy
Loss 1-3
Playing Fields - Hockey Rink - 10
Away
League
vs.
Brewster Academy
Win 6-3
Brewster Academy
Away
League
vs.
Vermont Academy
Tie 1-1
Vermont Academy
Home
League
vs.
Vermont Academy
Win 5-4
Playing Fields - Hockey Rink - 10
Away
Tournament
League
vs.
Groton School
Tie 2-2
TBD
Tournament
League
vs.
Proctor Academy
Loss 3-7
TBD
League
vs.
Cushing Academy
Loss 2-4
Home
League
vs.
New Hampton School
Loss 2-8
Playing Fields - Hockey Rink - 10
Home
vs.
Berwick Academy
Win 4-2
Playing Fields - Hockey Rink - 10
Home
League
vs.
Proctor Academy
Loss 0-2
Playing Fields - Hockey Rink - 10
Home
League
vs.
Tilton School
Loss 3-4
Playing Fields - Hockey Rink - 10
Home
vs.
North Yarmouth Academy
Playing Fields - Hockey Rink - 10
Away
vs.
Brooks School
Home
League
vs.
Brewster Academy
Playing Fields - Hockey Rink - 10
Away
League
vs.
New Hampton School
New Hampton School
Away
vs.
Kents Hill School
Kents Hill School
Home
vs.
Phillips Exeter Academy
Playing Fields - Hockey Rink - 10
Home
League
vs.
Kimball Union Academy
Playing Fields - Hockey Rink - 10
Away
League
vs.
Tilton School
Away
League
vs.
Kimball Union Academy
Kimball Union Academy
Away
vs.
Winchendon School
Winchendon School
Away
League
vs.
St. Paul's School
St. Paul's School
Away
League
vs.
Proctor Academy
Proctor Academy
Away
vs.
Berwick Academy
Berwick Academy
TBD
Tournament
League
vs.
Lakes Region Tournament
Overall Statistics
W L T %
6 6 2 50

Coaches

  • Head Coach:  Alan Thompson
    (603) 779-5233
    Bio
  • Coach Jay Kourkoulis
    (603) 779-5287

Roster

Holderness School
33 Chapel Lane, Holderness NH, 03245
mail P.O Box 1879 Plymouth, NH 03264-1879
phone (603) 536-1257