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Hanover's Asa Berolzheimer. (Valley News - Tris Wykes)

Man With the Golden Boot: Hanover Senior Wins Top Soccer Honor

Thursday, February 11, 2016

Hanover — It’s a good thing Hanover High senior Asa Berolzheimer is heading off to college soccer soon. He’s running out of high school awards to win. The Marauders’ attacking midfielder added to his trophy case on Thursday with the Gatorade Player of the Year award for New Hampshire boys soccer, the fifth time a Hanover High player has earned the honor since it began in 1986. Berolzheimer led the Marauders to a 15-3-1 record last fall, advancing to the NHIAA Division I semifinals. His 19-goal, 19-assist campaign topped all Upper Valley scorers and netted All-New England and All-American recognition from the National Soccer Coaches …

Marauders Come Through When It Counts

Thursday, February 11, 2016

West Lebanon — Seth Stadheim breathed a sigh of relief after the game. His Hanover High boys hockey teammates in the Campion Rink locker room were in the process of doing the same. A loss on Wednesday night to Pelham-Alvirne would have been bad. Really bad, particularly given Hanover’s uncharacteristic shutout loss to …

The Merchants of Menace: Twin Sisters Guide Lebanon Girls to Third at State Meet

Monday, February 8, 2016

Hanover — Twin sisters Kath and Kim Merchant have always joined one another for many of the same extracurricular activities. The list of common accomplishments now includes significant contributions at an indoor track and field state championship meet. The sophomore duo took the first two places in the shot put Sunday at Dartmouth …

Local Roundup: Hanover Dives to Wins in 1st Home Meet

Monday, January 18, 2016

Hanover — The three members of Hanover High School’s nascent diving team recorded two wins and a runner-up finish on Sunday at the Dartmouth College pool in the program’s first home meet. Freshman Kai Renshaw defeated two rivals …

High School Ski Preview: Bring On the Snow

Sunday, January 17, 2016

Upper Valley high school ski teams are at many different stages competitively — some are coming off consecutive state championships, others had no team last year for lack of participation — but they all wish there were more snow on the ground. From Woodstock to Woodsville, the area’s …

Dora Balch Dix

Tuesday, January 12, 2016

Natick, Mass. — Dora Balch Dix passed away Friday, Jan. 8, 2015, in Framingham, Mass. Her daughter Bonnie Dix was at her side. Dora was born in Pike, N.H. on Feb. 13, 1931, to parents Roy and Olive (Blanchard) Balch. Dora was the oldest of six children, all …

Local & Regional Briefs: Tuesday, Jan. 12

Tuesday, January 12, 2016

Agency Still Accepting Applications For Heating Assistance Ashland, n.h. — Tri-County Community Action Program — the social service agency that provides heating-fuel assistance and other critical funding for needy North County residents — continues to accept applications for heating fuel and electric assistance for this winter, according to …

A Big Event Gets Bigger: Dartmouth Relays Grow, Change With the Times

Saturday, January 9, 2016

Hanover — Barry Harwick is going to be exhausted on Monday. He already knows it. Harwick, Dartmouth’s track and field coach, spent most of his time Saturday running from one thing to another, a notebook in his hand …

High School Roundup: Senior Sharpshooter Leads Sunapee Boys

Friday, January 8, 2016

Hinsdale, n.h. — Thirty points from Matt Tenney, including 20 in the second half alone, sparked the Sunapee High boys basketball team to a 58-48 victory at Hinsdale on Friday night. The Lakers spread the floor all night …

Sweep Success: Raiders Take Another Pair of Wins from Marauders

Friday, January 8, 2016

Hanover — Not much, it seems, has changed in four weeks for Lebanon High basketball, as both the girls and the boys walked away from their rematches with Hanover with victories Friday night at Hanover High. The most …

Third-Period Rally Gives Hanover Hockey Tie, Moral Victory

Wednesday, January 6, 2016

West Lebanon — Hanover High’s boys hockey team skated out from the bench to greet its goaltender, Luke Ratliff, near center ice after the second period. Ratliff had made 12 saves in the period, including three on breakaways …

Erosion Undermines Lyme Road

Friday, January 1, 2016

Lyme — More than three months after closing a section of River Road south of the East Thetford Bridge, Lyme officials are hoping to begin implementing a solution to reopen the road next summer, according to Selectboard Chairwoman …