Tide rolls over Mounties 3-0

Facing a classic defensively solid Concord team, the Berlin High School hockey team was shut-out in a 3-0 defeat to the Crimson Tide last night at the Notre Dame Arena. “It was one of those games you lose, but you can’t hang your head,” said Berlin head coach Mike Richard. “We just never got a spark to get us going offensively.” The Tide scored once in the first and twice in the second period before cruising to victory. The only thing stopping them from taking a larger lead was ...

NHCTC nipped by Dartmouth in closing seconds

In a shoot-out affair at the Notre Dame Arena on Saturday night, Chris Greico scored the game winning goal with seven seconds left in overtime to give the Dartmouth College club ice hockey team a 12-11 win over the home town New Hampshire Community Technical College Golden Eagles. "I feel that they played a more disciplined game," said Berlin coach Dan Arguin. "That was the difference in the game." The locals’ (1-1) inability to stop Dartmouth standout Peter ...

Huskies get too agressive at King Pine

Kernan and Langlands crowned race winners

In their first ever night ski meet, and competing with much larger schools, the Gorham High School ski teams had impressive first runs before bad luck and aggressive skiing saw them fall back in the standings. “I think that everyone wanted to make a statement,” said Gorham coach Sherrill Tracy. “I think they may have gone out a little to hard. It is part of the leaning process.” In the two combined Slalom runs, the girls fell to fifth place ...

Gorham Royals vs. Berlin Bulls

TheGorham Royals were a stately presence when they competed against Berlin Bulls on Friday, January 17th. Claiming the lead early and never letting go, Royals started with a 4-2 first quarter edge, increasing to 10-5 by the end of the first half Bulls struggled to make their foul shots as they added three points in the third quarter but Gorham Royals continued to connect as they hit for eight points for an 18-8 lead. Missed foul shots didn't hurt the Royals in the fourth quarter ...