With no cousin Jake to run against this year, it’s been a little tougher for Nolan Usher to be competitive while running for the New Hampton cross country team.
For a few moments — OK, maybe more than a few — Nashua-Plainfield coach Amber Carter was thinking about sending out an all-points bulletin to find her volleyball team last Tuesday.
Brock Dietz loved the conditions — cool and wet — Thursday night; in fact, the only thing missing was the rain.
As Mason Hyde caught the pass that put Nashua-Plainfield ahead 14-13 last Friday night, he knew the Huskies were bound for victory.
A serious blow was dealt to the chances of Turkey Valley playing in the postseason this year when the Trojans were defeated on a wet field at Northwood-Kensett Friday.
It was the third meet the Trojan cross country team ran in a week's time.
Jill Eike walked out the door of the Carnegie Cultural Center Sunday evening a little after 6:30 p.m.
Trace Dungey was adamant.
“You really have to see this,” he said as he took the reporter into his office at the new Dungey’s Furniture and Flooring store. “I mean it will blow you away.”