Mounties poised down stretch in win over Gilford

Heading down the closing stretch, the Berlin High School boys basketball team is beginning to look as poised as it was a year ago after their 61-58 win over a very tough Gilford Golden Eagles team on Friday night in Gilford. “We are finally there,” said Berlin coach Don Picard. “We have confidence in the final minute of the game regardless of the score.” Down 58-57 with just over a minute to play, Dan Enman drove to the hoop and dished the ball off to Jon Ladd, who easily laid the ...

Berlin Recreation Department news

Adult Jogging/Walking Program: Pick up passes at Berlin Recreation to walk/jog at the Berlin Middles School January to April. $15 per pass. Track is available Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday, during the winter months! Elaine Mainguy’s Slimnastics: Spring is just around the corner. Get in shape with this 12 week exercise program that began January 13. Calisthenics, muscle toning, floor work all set to get-you-moving music. Mondays and Thursdays, 7 to 8 p.m. Registration fee $48 per ...

Spring coaching positions open at BHS

There are currently four coaching positions needed to be filled for the Spring sports season at Berlin High School. Both boys and girls varsity tennis coaches, assistant track & field coach, and junior varsity softball coach are currently available. Anyone interested can call Patty Hood at 752-4122 or send a letter of interest to her at 550 Willard Street, Berlin, NH, 03570.


Wildcat Mountain is Open for Season

Snow is in the making, both by snow guns and Mother Nature at Wildcat Mountain! Wildcat received 10 inches of new snow over the weekend, and created some of the best opening-day conditions ever! Wildcat already has received over two feet more natural snow than at this time last season. Contrary to early reports of high winds in the area on Sunday morning, those arriving early at Wildcat Mountain were treated to three to four inches of beautiful fresh powder and relatively calm skies ...