Hopkinton Varsity Boys Basketball: Hawk News

Tuesday, March 25
2014-2015 Hopkinton Basketball Schedule



DATE      OPPONENT           PLACE                TIME

12/12       NEWPORT            HOME           5:30/7:00PM

12/16       RAYMOND            HOME           5:30/7:00PM

12/19       STEVENS             AWAY           5:00/6:30PM

01/06       HILLSBORO         AWAY          5:30/7:00PM

01/09       KEARSARGE         AWAY          5:00/6:30PM

01/13        CAMPBELL            HOME          5:30/7:00PM

01/16        MONADNOCK       HOME          5:30/7:00PM

01/20        SANBORN            AWAY          5:30/7:00PM

01/23         CONANT             AWAY          5:30/7:00PM

01/27         BOW                    AWAY          5:30/7:00PM

02/03        KEARSARGE         HOME          5:30/7:00PM

02/06        PELHAM               HOME          5:30/7:00PM

02/10         BOW                    HOME          5:30/7:00PM

02/13         WHITE MNT        HOME         5:30/7:00PM

02/17         MASCENIC           AWAY         5:30/7:00PM

02/20         FALL MNT            AWAY         5:30/7:00PM

02/24         HILLSBORO          HOME         5:30/7:00PM

02/27        MASCOMA             AWAY         5:30/7:00PM 

 



Tuesday, August 27
2013-2014 Boys Basketball Schedule
 DATE LOCATION  OPPONENT  JV TIME  VARSITY TIME  NOTES BUS 
     SCRIMMAGES      
 12/06/13 AWAY  HOPKINTON, MA      
 12/07/13  AWAY PRINCE TECH     9:00AM   
 12/09/13  AWAY WINNIS./PROFILE  5:45PM 6:50PM   
 12/11/13  HOME

RUTLAND, VT & 

 Winnacunnet

   6:00PM  
    REGULAR SEASON       
 12/16/13 AWAY  RAYMOND  Won 54-47

 It took the entire team playing tough defense for four quarters to wear down a solid Raymond team.  Cam Cyr, Nick Meserve and Henry Yianakoplis led scoring with 12, 10 and 9 each but the key to the game was forcing turnovers and finishing at the rim.  Other players who contributed to the win were Sam Chase, Luke Greabe, KolinLaPage and Liam Flanagan.

Won     77-40
Gabe Nichols scored 33 points and grabbed 7 rebounds to lead the Hawks to a convincing win over Raymond.  Liam McNicholas added a double double with 12 points and 11 assist, while Sam Winslow finished with his own double double of 15 points and 11 rebounds.  Jake Nelson grabbed a team high 12 boards.  Jamison Crouch came off the bench to add 7 points in the win.
 12/19/13 HOME  SANBORN Won 60-14

 The Hawks again played strong defense and controlled the boards pulling down 39 rebounds led by Michelle Mele, Nick Meserve and Sam Chase combined for 20.  KolinLapage had 5 steals.  With a well-balanced offense all players contributed to the scoring.

Won

76-42 

 Liam McNicholas caught fire in the second half and hit 7 3 point shots.  The senior guard finished with a team high 27 points and Gabe Nichols added 20 in the win.  Wes Rose also shot the ball well finishing with 8 points.
 12/26/13 NHTI  BISHOP BRADY   

Lost

71-56

 A sluggish effort saw the Hawks lose their first round game to Bishop Brady in the Capital area Holiday Classic.  Gabe Nichols continues to put up good numbers scoring 19 points in the loss.  Playing well for the Hawks was Brian Hauschild 7 points and 5 assist and Luke Luneau 10 points and 5 rebounds.
 12/27/13 NHTI  John Stark  

Won

76-41

 The Hawks came out on fire outscoring the Generals 17-2 and the route was on.  Gabe Nichols finished with 24 points and Jake Nelson looked great on the boards while adding 9 points.  Riley McNicholas and Jamison Crouch both played well scoring 6 and 7 points respectively.  Wes Rose ended with 8 points
01/03/14  HOME  BOW  Won 46-27

With a team attack and strong defensive pressure the Hawks improved their record with the 46-27 win.  Scoring was well distributed among all players with Cam Cyr contributing a game leading 10 points with Nick Meserve adding 8 points.  Colin Plumb led Bow's scoring with 8 points.  One of the keys to the win was the Hawks rebounding at both ends of the floor.  Now the team looks ahead to the next game versus Conant in Jaffery.

Won

70-41

HOPKINTON 70 BOW 41
The Hawks came out pressuring Bow into mistakes enroute to a 15-3 first quarter lead. They extended the lead to 17 at the half and 29 by the end of the 3rd. Gabe Nichols scored a game high 25 also grabbing 10 rebounds while Jake Nelson also recorded a double double with 10 points and 10 rebounds. Luke Luneau finished with 9 points and Sam Winslow added 7. All 13 players scored while Liam McNicholas handed out 7 assists. Hawks are now 3-0 and travel to Jaffery on Tuesday to play the top ranked Conant Orioles.
 
01/07/14  AWAY  CONANT  Lost

In the physically toughest game of the season the Hawks lost 46-36 to the Conant Oriels in Jaffery.  The team fell behind in the first half and fought back to within two points in the second half but could not sustain the comeback.  KolinLaPage, who played a career best game, along with Nick Meserve and Nick Fleury led the Jr. Hawks push in the second half.  Highlights were also provided by Tucker Windhurst, Henry Yianakoplis, Joe Cullinan, and Liam Flanagan.  The JV Hawks are 3-1 for the season.

Lost

81-48 

In a highlighted game the Orioles were just to much, shooting the ball at a 60% clip from the floor including hitting 9-20 from behind the arc.  Gabe Nichols lead the Hawks in scoring with 19 points and 6 rebounds while Liam McNicholas chipped in 16 points and 6 assist.
01/11/14  AWAY  MASCENIC  Won WON        71-47 Hawks played well beating the Vikings in Mascenic behind a great team effort. Brian Hauschild and Riley McNicholas took turns shutting down the Vikings hot shot scorer limiting him to 6 points on the night, almost 20 points below his average. Gabe Nichols had a massive dunk on the way to a 28 point 12 rebound night, Jake Nelson finished with 10 points 6 rebounds before fouling out and Sam Winslow scored 9 points to go with 8 rebounds. Hauschild finished with 9 assist while McNicholas ended with 4.
01/14/14  HOME  CAMPBELL  Won

Won

53-37 

 Jamison Crouch came off the bench and hit a huge 3 point shot to help break open a close game. Gabe Nichols got hot in the 2nd half (6-8) finishing with 19 points and 12 rebounds while Jake Nelson finished with a double double of his own 10 points and 10 rebounds. Luke Luneau also played a great game scoring 8 points while also pulling down 11 rebounds. Wes Rose played a great defensive game helping hold Campbells best player to 10 points while recording 7 steals. The Hawks played great team defense allowing the Cougars only 13 first half points. Hawks improve to 5-1.
01/17/14  HOME  MONADNOCK  WON

Won

74-39 

 The Hawks got rolling early and scored almost at will running out to an 43-15 half time lead. Turning up the defensive pressure lead to many easy hoops as the Hawks finished with 4 players in double digits. Gabe Nichols scored 17 points, Jamison Crouch and Liam McNicholas each ended the night with 12 points and Jake Nelson finished with 11 points. Hawks forced 23 turnovers and handed out 25 assists. 9 of those assist came from the hands of senior point guard Brian Hauschild. The Hawks ended up shooting 49% from the floor and 75% from the line and outrebounded Monadnock 36-18.
01/22/14 Away  STEVENS  Lost  Won     60-45 With a number of players sick with the flu, the Hawks went to Claremont and got some big time performances from Luke Luneau and Brian Hauschild. Luneau had a monster game scoring 19 points grabbing 16 rebounds and 4 steals. Hauschild scored his season high 9 points with 4 assist and 5 steals to help lead the Hawks to their 7th win of the season. Riley McNicholas and Sam Winslow also provided some much need defensive spark while Gabe Nichols finished the game with 14 points and 8 rebounds. 
01/24/14  AWAY  MASCOMA  Won

Won

52-47 

The Hawks went on the road for a second time in three nights and hung on to a tough win at Mascoma. Poor foul shooting (10-24) hurt the Hawks and allowed the Royals the opportunity to stay in the game. Luke Luneau came up big down the stretch hitting 5 of 6 from the line in the 4th quarter. Gabe Nicholas finished with 16 points and 10 rebound while Jake Nelson, Wes Rose and Brian Hauschild all finished with 8 points. Luneau finished with 7. Wes Rose held Mascoma Sharp shooter to 2 points. Great team win. 8-1 record with a chance to get healthy. 
01/31/14  HOME  FALL MNT  WON

WON

72-57

The Hawks won a hard fought game after a week off and a week of exams.  After starting slow the offense started to roll behind 24 points from Gabe Nichols and 12 points from Sam Winslow.  Liam McNicholas scored 11 points and Luke Luneau added 9 points and 10 rebounds as the Hawks improved to 9-1. 
02/03/14 HOME  KEARSARGE  Won Won    73-44  The Hawks came out of the lockerroom in the 3rd quarter hot hitting 5-8 3 point shots against Kearsarges 2-3 zone.  Wes Rose hit 3 and Liam McNicholas 2 as the team outscored the Cougars 23-6 in the quarter.  Gabe Nichols finished the game scoring 21 points, McNicholas 13 and Wes Rose ended the night with 9.  Luke Luneau was big on the boards collecting 11 while Matt French came off the bench to grab 5.  Gabe and Jake Nelson each collected 7 rebounds as the Hawks outrebounded Kearsarge 50-25.
02/07/14  AWAY HILLSBORO  Won

Won

74-47 

The Hawks had 4 players in double figures on the night (Nichols-16, Nelson-10, Winslow-10, and Luneau-10) as they wore down the Hillcats.  Luneau had a great night grabbing 10 rebounds handing out 5 assists to go with a charge and a steal.  Coming off the bench Cooper Cyr 6, Matt French and Kyle LaPage each scored 4.  Jamison Crouch knocked down 5 points in the win. 
02/10/14  HOME  NEWPORT    Won    Won       45-41   HAWKS 45 NEWPORT 41
Crazy game tonight. Down 4 in the 4th quarter with 3:20 seconds to go and Gabe Nichols gets the Hawks going by hitting his baseline jumpshot. He added 2 more 14 footers to put the Hawks up 2. Liam McNicholas made two huge foul shots with :09 seconds to play to make it a 4 point win. Nichols finished with 16 points and 11 rebounds, McNicholas finished with 9 points. Other Hawks with big nights were Jake Nelson 8 points 10 rebounds and Luke Luneau 7 points and 11 rebounds. The team did an outstanding job on Newport sharpe shooter Andrew Houde holding him to 9 points on 4-23 shooting. Great team win. Hawks improve to 12-1, while Newport falls to 12-2
02/12/14  AWAY  KEARSARGE  Won  Won    57-50   Hawks limp home with a 57-50 win over Kearsarge to improve to 13-1. Playing with what looked like tired legs, the Hawks never trailed, but seemed to run out of gas. Sam Winslow came off the bench to help cement the win, scoring 10 of his game high 18 points in the 4th quarter, while also grabbing 10 rebounds and snagging 3 steals. This was by far, Sam's best game at the varsity level. Jake Nelson also played well with his own double double: 11 points and 10 rebounds. Cooper Cyr and Matt French also each hit big shots for the Hawks in the 2nd quarter.
02/20/14  HOME  MASCENIC  Won  Won     58-32   The Hawks soared early and finished the job before half, beating Mascenic 58-36.  Holding the high scoring Vikings to a season low 11 points in the first half the Hawks were paced by Liam McNicholas 15, Gabe Nichols 14 and Sam Winslow 10 points.  Every Hawks took turns filling the stat sheet.
02/24/14  AWAY  BOW  Won  Won    67-45   After the Hawks defense gave up 19 points in the first quarter to Bow, the focus in the huddle was to start to defend if they wanted to stay in the game.  And stay in the game they did holding Bow to 7 points in the 2nd and 3 points in the 3rd.  The offense was alright all night as the Hawks opened up a 41-26 half time lead and then extended the lead to 59-29 after 3.  Hawks were lead by Sam Winslow 18 points and 7 rebounds, Jake Nelson 14 points 10 rebounds, Luke Luneau 11 points and Gabe Nichols 10 points.  Liam McNicholas just missed the double figures scoring 8 points and finding 6 steals in the win.
02/25/14  HOME  HILLSBORO  WON

Won

69-34

The Hawks jumped out to a commanding 43-16 half time lead behind 20 1st half points from Sam Winslow and Gabe Nichols.  Nichols ended up with a game high 17 points and Winslow finished with 16 points and 6 rebounds plus 4 assists.  Liam McNicholas added 11 points and 5 assists with 6 steals.  Others to fill up the stat sheet were Riley McNicholas with 6 rebounds and 5 assists and Cooper Cyr with 4 points 6 rebounds and a steal.  Luke Luneau just missed a double double with 8 points and 10 rebounds and Jake Nelson hauled down 9 rebounds to break the school rebounding record over the past 12 years.
02/28/14 AWAY FRANKLIN  5:30PM 

Won

50-38 

 
 03/06/14 HOME  SOMERSWORTH   NHIAA DIV. 3 PRELIMS

 Won

68-41 

 Hawks advance with a solid 68-41 win over Somersworth. They will next play Saturdays in the Quarter-finals match against Mascoma at Hopkinton High School.  Game time 7pm. 
The Hawks were led tonight by Seniors Liam McNicholas  18 points, 5 rebounds and 6 assists while Sam Winslow added 15 points 4 rebounds and 4 steals.   Junior Luke Luneau continues to play well for the Hawks recording another double double with 15 points, 10 rebounds and 6 steals.  Brian Hauschild scored 4 points and played hard defensively all night.
 03/08/14  HOME  MASCOMA  NHIAA DIV. 3 QUARTERS

 WON

64-44 

 
The Hawks played to a sell out crowd and Whited OUT the Royals 64-44. For the first time in the gyms history, the Hawks Nest sold out. So many people were turned away that they were lined up 3 deep in the hall looking thru the window. At... half the Hawks were up 30-26 but a solid performance in the 3rd extended the lead to 10. The game got put away in the 4th as the Hawks out scored Mascoma 17-7 in the frame. Liam McNicholas finished the game with 20 points and 4 assists, Gabe Nichols also played well scoring 19 points 6 rebounds while Brian Hauschild played one of his best games of the season scoring 9 points with 6 assists and 2 steals. Luke Luneau continues to play well for the Hawks scoring 8 points and grabbing 10 rebounds. Hawks improve to 19-1 and play at SNHU on  Friday night vs Campbell at 8pm.
           
           


Monday, February 25
HAWKS SEEDED #6

The Hawks were seeded 6th in the tournament and will face #11 Bow Falcons Thrusday Feb. 28 at 7:30pm.

Hope to see a packed gym to cheer the Hawks on.



Saturday, September 22
QUOTE OF THE WEEK
"Dependability is the ability to be relied upon. To always be there trying to do your best. Dependability is not only about being there physically, but being there at your best. It is about loyalty and commitment, about being someone on whom your teammates can count on."  Coach Krzyzewski..Duke University

Thursday, February 9
PLAYOFF SCHEDULES
BOYS VARSITY PLAY OFF SCHEDULE  DATE  PLACE 
 Play In Game seeds 13-20 Sunday 2/26  Home of Higher Seed 
 Prelims   Wed. 2/29  Home of Higher Seed 
1. Berlin vs  Hillsboro  Sat. 3/3   

8. Mascoma vs Raymond

 Tue. 3/6  SNHU 
4. Hopkinton vs Newfound  Sat. 3/10  SNHU 
5. Somersworth vs Fall Mountain    
 2. Conant vs Farmington    
 7. Stevens vs Gilford    

 3. Campbell vs Monadnock

   
 6. Prospect vs Franklin    
 Quarter-Finals Sat 3/3   Home of Higher Seed
BERLIN VS MASCOMA BERLIN  TUE 7:30PM
Somersworth at Hopkinton  HOPKINTON  TUE 7:30PM
CONANT vs Stevens  CONANT  TUE 5:30PM
Prospect Mnt at Campbell  PROSPECT MNT TUE 5:30PM
     
     


Wednesday, February 15
HAWK BASKETBALL BANQUET

This years end of the season Hawk Basketball Program Banquet will be held at Saint Methodius Retreat Center on Monday March 12,  6pm-we're done (depends on how long Coach Meserve talks).  What to bring: 

Middle School Boys:  Hot Dishes

Freshman Boys:  Hot Dishes

Sophomore Boys: Cold Salads

Junior/Seniors: Side Dishes

Coaching Staff:  Drinks and Desserts



Thursday, September 8
2011-2012 BASKETBALL SCHEDULE ANNOUNCED
 DATE     OPPONENT LOCATION      JV  VARSITY  Results 
 12/09     NEWPORT  HOME  5:30PM  7:00PM 

 Won 60-42                                                Jay White scored  21 points and grabbed 8 rebounds, Steve Auger scored 12 points and also grabbed 8 rebounds.  Nate Greabe chipped in with 8 points while Frankie Beane handed out 10 assists and grabbed 7 rebounds.  Harry Legier scored 3 points and snagged 7 rebounds.

 12/14      HILLSBORO HOME   5:30PM  7:00PM

 Won 48-45    Despite 26 Hawk turnovers and shooting 10-19 from the line they held on to win an important game vs rival Hillsboro.  Jay White scored 15 points, Frankie Beane 13, Steve Auger 11 and Harry Legier 7points. White added 9 rebounds and Legier 8.

 12/16  SOMERSWORTH AWAY   5:30PM   7:00PM  Won 40-38  Jay White scored 16 points and grabbed 10 rebounds, Steve Auger was money down the stretch hitting 6-8 foul shots with the game on the line.  Auger scored 14 points grabbed 7 rebounds and went 8-10 from the line.  Frankie Beane had a great game handling the Toppers pressure all game finishing with 4 points and 6 assist.  Harry Legier hit the big 3 that tied the game and also grabbed 7 rebounds.  Big news was the team defense in the 2nd half, holding Somersworth to 10 points.
 12/20    MONADNOCK  AWAY   5:00PM   6:30PM  Won 66-41  The Hawks got out to a 13-10 1st quarter lead and then got warmed up with a 22-7 second quarter.  They extended the lead to 30 points with 5:08 left in the 3rd before emptying the bench.  Leading the way on the score board were Frankie Beane 13 points 6 rebounds and 6 assist.  Jay White 10 pts 6 reboundes, Collin Paraskeva and Steve Auger each ended up with 9 points in limited time.  Nate Greabe had an all around great defensive game and finishing with 5 points.
 01/03    FRANKLIN   AWAY  5:30PM   7:00PM  Lost 53-49  Hawks shot a dismal 3-26 from 3 point land and found themselves down by 17 with 5 minutes left in the 4th quarter.  A wild comeback fell short as the Hawks lost their first game of the season.
 01/05    BOW   AWAY   5:30PM   7:00PM  Won 58-51  Hot shooting from down town and a great 4th quarter helped the Hawks to the victory.  Frankie Beane 18 points, Steve Auger 14, Jay White 13 and Liam McNicholas 11 points lead the charge
 01/10    FALL MOUNTAIN  HOME @ N.H.T.I.  6:15PM   7:30PM  Won 58-47  Jay White scored 18 points and grabbed 6 rebounds while handing out 5 assists.  Steve Auger scored 14 points snagged 8 rebounds and had 2 steals while Frankie Beane added 9 points and 8 assist and 4 rebounds.  Other big nights were turned in by Liam McNicholas 8 points 6 rebounds and 3 block shots and Brian Hauschild had his best game of the season scoring 7 points and grabbing an offensive rebound.
 01/13     NEWPORT  AWAY   5:30PM   7:00PM  Won 62-43.  The Hawks came out cold hitting only 1 of their first 12 shots in the 1st quarter and trailed Newport 7-4 after 1.  The Hawks heated up over the last three quarters shooting 20-32 from the field and added 3 three's while also shooting 11-15 from the line.  Steve Auger scored 20 points on his best shooting of the season. Frankie Beane added 12 while grabbing 7 rebounds and handing out 8 assist.  Harry Legier scored 7 points and had a career high 12 rebounds.
 01/17    CAMPBELL  HOME  5:30PM    7:00PM  Lost 57-44.  The Hawks played hard but could not muster enough offense vs the high powered cougars.  Liam McNicholas played one of his better games of the season scoring 8 points, 3 rebounds, 3 assist and 3 steals.  Steve Auger grabbed a team high 10 rebounds while Jay White led the team in scoring with 11 points. 
 01/20    RAYMOND  AWAY  5:30PM    7:00PM  Won 64-54: The Hawks once again started cold shooting 2-15 from the floor and falling behind 14-7 after 1 period.  A 22 point 2nd quarter gained the lead back and the Hawks never trailed again.  Frankie Beane hit 14 free throws and finished with 18 points, 8 assist, 4 rebounds and 3 steals.  Jay White ended with a double double 15 pts and 10 rebounds and Steve Auger 14 points and 7 rebounds.  Harry Legier had a career high 12 points and 6 rebounds.  Finally, Liam McNicholas played some solid defense shuting down Raymonds best scorer in the 4th.  Great win boys!
 01/23    KEARSARGE  HOME   5:30PM  7:00PM   Hawks played a complete team game beating Kearsarge 48-39.  Jake Nelson was the man on the boards hauling down 11 while Jay White scored 16 points and grabbed 6 rebounds. Steve Auger scored 13 points and 8 rebounds while Frankie Beane handed out 8 assist and 0 turnovers while also grabbing 5 rebounds.  Liam McNicholas hit 2 huge 3 pointers in the 2nd half and Nate Greabe sparked the Hawks in the 1st half with two nice jumpshots.
 01/31 HILLSBORO  AWAY  5:30PM    7:00PM  Hawks escape at HD coming from behind to win 34-31.  Down 7 with 4 minutes to play the Hawks defense really tighten up and allowed only 13 points in the 2nd half and only 4 in the 4th quarter.  Steve Auger grabbed a team high 6 rebounds 4 in the 4th and Frankie Beane took over offensively scoring all 14 of the teams points in the 4th quarter.  Beane ended up with 21 points 4 rebounds, 6 steals and shot 8-9 from the line.  Jake Nelson played some solid physical defense inside and the team forced 23 Hillsboro turnovers including 2 5 second calls in the 4th quarter.
 02/02 STEVENS  AWAY   5:30PM   7:00PM  Won 49-45.  The Hawks continue to find ways to win as they made 13-19 from the line, got a double double from senior Jay White 13 points and 10 rebounds, Liam McNicholas finsihed with 11 points, Frankie Beane 10 points, 7 assist, 6 rebounds.  Steve Auger hit some clutch free throws down the stretch and both Collin Paraskeva and Nate Greabe came off the bench to help the Hawks win their 10th game of the season.
 02/07 MASCENIC  HOME   5:30PM   7:00PM  The Hawks played well for 3 quarters of the game scoring 62 points, but in the 2nd quarter they let Mascenic back into the game being outscored 12-5.  Steve Auger led the team with 19 points followed by Jay White and Frankie Beane with 11 each.  Jake Nelson 7 points and 12 rebounds and Collin Paraskeva 5 points and 8 rebounds played well in the victory.  Harry Legier hit a couple of big shots scoring 8 and grabbing 5 rebounds.
 02/10 MONADNOCK  HOME   5:30PM   7:00PM  Won
 02/14  BOW  HOME   5:30PM   7:00PM  Won 33-32 The Hawks held on to a small lead headed into the 4th quarter and almost saw it disapear as they went cold from the foul line and watched Bow 11 points in the 4th.  Frankie Beane ended up leading the Hawks with 12 points and 3 assist.  Jay White led the team with 11 rebounds and Steve Auger continues to play well defensively.  Liam McNicholas played a great all around game with 6 points 4 rebounds and 3 steals.  Harry Legier finished with 4 points and 5 rebounds.  Hawks are now 14-2.
 02/16 RAYMOND  HOME   5:30PM   7:00PM  Hawks lost a tough fought game to Raymond on senior night 61-53.  Enjoying a 10 point lead midway thru the 3rd quarter the Rams made a run and close the gap to 3 at the end of the 3rd.  Raymond got hot in the 4th outscoring the Hawks 27-16.  Jay White finished with 14 points and 11 rebounds and Frankie Beane ended with 10 points 6 rebounds and 6 assist.  Steve Auger scored 11 points in the losss.
 02/22 CONANT  AWAY   5:30PM   7:00PM  Hawks lose at Jaffery 64-31.  Jay White 6 and Frankie Beane 5 points lead the offense.  Harry Legier and Sam Winslow each hit a three in the game.
 2/29 NEWFOUND  HOME  PRELIMS   7:00pm

Hawks advance to the Quarter-finals for the first time since 2007 with a 60-44 win over Newfound Regional High School.  The Hawks opened up in an agressive defense and forced the Bears into turnovers that helped them get out to a 15-6 first quarter lead.  Enjoying a 25 point lead in the 4th quarter the Bears got hot and made a run cutting the lead to 11.  Frankie Beane and Jay White each scored 18 points in the win.  Jake Nelson grabbed 8 rebounds as did White and Beane added 8 assist.  Liam McNicholas finished with 9 points while Nate Greabe and Harry Legier finished with 5 and 4 respectively.   Hawks now wait to see if they play Somersworth or Fall Mnt. Saturday night at Hopkinton.   

 3/3 SOMERSWORTH  HOME  QUARTERS  7:00pm  Hawks advance to the final 4 for only the 4th time in the last 30 years with a come from behind win in overtime 44-43.  Liam McNicholas his his only hoop of the game a 3 pointer with 15 seconds left in overtime and the Hawks played lock up defense to pull out the great win.  Jay White came out on fire scoring a game high 17 points and grabbed 10 rebounds.  Jake Nelson scored 6 and had 6 rebounds while playing tough defense.  Other Hawks who played well in the win were Frankie Beane 7 assist and 2 turnovers, Steve Auger 7 points 4 boards and Harry Legier 7 points 2 boards. 
 3/6 BERLIN  AWAY SNHU  SEMI'S  7:30pm   The Hawks bid to reach the finals for the first time since 1966 fell short as they played hard but ran out of gas and lost to a tough Berlin team 61-48.  It was a 2 point game at the half but Berlin was able to outrebound the Hawks in the second half to pull away.  Leading the Hawks in scoring were Steve Auger with 13, Frankie Beane 10 and Collin Paraskeva 9.  Jake Nelson lead the Hawks with 7 rebounds and Liam McNicholas grabbed 6. 


Saturday, February 19

PLAY OFF PICTURE

ROUND     DAY    DATE            PLACE     Opponent         TIME

Play in         Fri.      2/26/11       Home       Farmington      7pm   Won 72-55

Prelims      Tue.    3/01/11          Away       Conant             7pm

Quarters   Fri      3/4/11          Away         TBA                7pm

Semi-Final  Tue     3/8/11          SNHU       TBA               5:30pm  7:30pm

Finals          Sat      3/12/11        SNHU        TBA              5:00pm



Friday, February 18
SUMMER CAMPS

SUMMER CAMPS 2011

SIENA TEAM CAMP: JUNE 24-26

HAWK BASEBALL CAMP JUNE 28-JULY 1

HAWK BASKETBALL CAMP JULY 5-8

HAWK 3 ON 3 CAMP  JULY 11-14

BIDDY BALL AND JUNIOR HAWKS JULY 18-21



Monday, February 14
GAME PHOTO'S FROM RYAN SPEZEN
IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN PURCHASING GAME ACTION SHOTS FROM RYAN PLEASE LET ME KNOW.  THE LINK IS ABOVE.  SOME REALLY GREAT SHOTS

Friday, February 11

SENIOR NIGHT

HOPKINTON 73  MONADNOCK 37

Billy French scored 15 points and grabbed 8 rebounds while making 4 steals.  Jimmy Angell also scored 15 points while also grabbing a career high 8 rebounds and Cameron Givens scored 4  points and grabbed 4 rebounds in the final regular season home game.  Freshman Collin Paraskeva scored 9 points and Andrew Thompson scored 8 points.  Jay White scored 8 points and Steven Auger played well defensively making 6 steals and handing out 3 assist.



Thursday, February 10

SENIOR NIGHT

FEB. 11th 7pm

vs MONADNOCK

COME SUPPORT OUR SENIORS:

#3 BILLY FRENCH

#11 CAMERON GIVENS

#20 JIMMY ANGELL

MGR NICOLE MITCHELL



Thursday, February 10
HAWKS COME OUT ON FIRE BEAT HD 52-33
Coming off one of the teams worst shooting nights of the season at Mascenic Tuesday night the Hawks looked to start the game strong vs Hillsboro and that is just what they did.  Jimmy Angell hit his first 4 three point shots and finished with 16 points and Jay White knocked down 2 of his own ending the game with 10 points.  The Hawks shot an impressive 55% in the first half shooting 12-22 from the floor including 5-9 from behind the 3 point line.  In the second half the shooting stayed hot as the team hit 8-16 shots to extend their lead.  Frankie Beane added 9 points with 5 assist and both Billy French (6 points, 5 steals) and Sam McManus turned in great jobs on the night.  Collin Paraskeva returned to action with a solid 5 points and 2 boards.

Thursday, February 3
HAWKS SHOOTING IS HOT

The Hawks came out firing on all cylinders as they combined as a team to hit ten 3's and also hit 11 of 13 foul shots as they upset Stevens 61-53.  Jimmy Angell continues to have a hot hand hitting 5 of his 9 3pointers and Frankie Beane knocked down 15 points while grabbing 7 rebounds to go along with 7 assist.  Billy French was perfect at the line going 6-6 while also adding a field goal to score 8 in the win.  Steve Auger was the spark coming off the bench grabbing 4 rebounds 3 steals to go along with 6 points. 



McNicholas
McNicholas hitting a big 3
Sunday, January 30
HAWKS BEAT RAM'S IN DOUBLE OVERTIME

Liam McNicholas hit a long 3 point jumpshot at the buzzer to send the game into the first overtime.  Once into overtime the Hawks were able to come from a four point deficit and score the last seven points in the second overtime to pull off the upset.  Jimmy Angell hit the big three in the second overtime to give the Hawks a 1 point lead and Frankie Beane put the game away from the line making 2 big free throws. 

There were heroes all night as each Hawk took turns coming up with a big shot, big steal or a big rebound.  Defensively, a great team effort limited the hot Rams to only 6 three pointers made.  Offensively, Jimmy Angell scored 15 points hitting 5 three pointers, Frankie Beane finished with 13 points hitting 6-8 foul shots grabbing 8 rebounds and dishing out 6 assist, Liam McNicholas added 12 points, 4 rebounds and 3 assist and Jay White 12  points and 3 rebounds.



Tuesday, February 1

HILLSBORO GAME TONIGHT

POSTPONED UNTIL THURSDAY FEB 10

JV 5:30pm VARSITY 7pm



Tuesday, January 25
MIDDLE SCHOOL HAWKS PLAY PROGRAMS 100TH GAME

The MS boys basketball squad celebrated it's 100th game as a program yesterday beating Sunapee 70-31 

to improve to 9-6 on the season.  Under Coach Barry Gruttemeyer the MS teams have compiled  60 wins and 40 losses (.600 winning pct) over the past 5 years.

 HOPKINTON 70  SUNAPEE 31

 

Jamison Crouch and Kyle LaPage each had 10 first half points to lead the Hawks to a 28-3 first quarter and a 50-14 half time lead. LaPage finished with 13 and had ample offensive support from Luke Luneau  and Riley McNicholas with 8 points each, Luke Greabe with 7 and Nolan Quinn and Nick Meserve with 6 points each. Meserve and Kyle LaPage controlled the boards with 7 and 6 rebounds. Cooper Cyr played a solid game at both ends of the floor, particularly the defensive end.



Monday, January 24
HAWKS FALL IN OVERTIME to Kearsarge 62-61

When the dust cleared in the middle of the 1st quarter the Hawks found themselves down by as a score of 17-4 and with a Steve Auger three crawled back to a 17-7 deficit to close the period.  The second quarter was much of the same, the Hawks started to score (17 in the quarter) but so did the Cougars as they knocked down 19 and took a 36-24 lead into the locker room.  During the half time talk the team was asked to step up and that is what they did, outscoring Kearsarge 20-9.  As the fourth quarter came to a close the Hawks had a chance to win it in regulation but a last second shot  fell off the rim and set the game into overtime 53-53.  The Hawks took a 5 point lead in the overtime but a couple of missed free throws and a few costly turnovers proved to much as Kearsarge hit 1 of 2 free throws with 3 seconds left in the game to win it 62-62.

Jay White played one of his best all-around games of the season scoring 17 points, grabbing 10 rebounds, adding 4 assist to go with 3 steals.  Frankie Beane added 12 points along with 5 assist before his night ended early as he fouled out.  Sophomore Steve Auger scored his career best 10 points, Jimmy Angell 9 points and Liam McNicholas 7.  Billy French did some of the dirty work grabbing 6 rebounds while scoring 4 points.

The Hawks showed a lot of heart and grit to come from behind and got what might be concidered a moral victory.  Next game Thrusday at Campbell. 



Trap Defense
Trapping a Tiger
Monday, January 17

Photo of the week By Brenda White



Angell HD
Senior Jimmy Angell on the attack
Thursday, December 16
GAME PICTURES BY BRENDA WHITE AND DAVID FRENCH

CHECK OUT THE PHOTO'S TO THE LEFT:  PUSH 10-11 GAME PHOTO BUTTON  HILLSBORO 12/15



Team Picture
Photo: Brenda White
Wednesday, December 15
2010-2011 "HOPKINTON HAWKS"

Team Huddle
Photo: Brenda White
Saturday, December 11
HAWKS PRESSURE NEWPORT
Jimmy Angell knocked down a career high 20 points and a relentless pressure defense helped the Hawks to their first victory on the road in Newport.  Angell shot a sizzeling 7-11 (4-6 behind the arch) while Frankie Beane chipped in with 11 points and 8 assist.  Nine Hawks scored in the game as they shared the ball all night.  Jay White (8pts) Steve Auger (7pts) eached played well in stretches.  Billy French was the defensive standout with numerous steals and back tips to help start the fast break.  All three freshman entered the game and contributed right away with Andrew Thomson scoring 4 and grabbing 6 rebounds, Liam McNicholas 5 points 2 assist and a steal and Colin Paraskeva 3 rebounds and a steal.  Sam McManus went 4-6 from the foul line and played physical defense on the Tigers big men pulling down 4 rebounds while Nate Greabe finished with 3 points and Cam Givens also contributed with a couple of rebounds.  Hawks travel to Hillsboro Tuesday Dec. 14th.

Tuesday, December 7

GOLD CARDS

ALL GOLD CARDS ARE DUE MONDAY, DECEMBER 13TH

PLAYERS ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR THE 25 CARDS THEY RECEIVED

THEY WILL EARN CREDIT ($4 FOR EACH CARD SOLD) TOWARDS

THE TEAM WARM UPS THEY ORDERED LAST SEPTEMBER.



Wednesday, November 17

CALLING ALL ALUMNI HOOP PLAYERS

WEDNESDAY NOV. 24TH  7:15PM.  1ST 20 PLAYERS TO SHOW UP GET ALUMNI T-SHIRTS.  HOPE TO SEE YOU, PLEASE PASS THE WORD.



Sunday, November 21
Parents Meeting

MEET THE COACHES, PARENTS MEETING

Monday night Nov. 22

8pm-8:45pm



Monday, March 1
CALLAHAN NAMED PLAYER OF THE WEEK

CHECK OUT THE LATEST NEWS ON FORMER HAWK PLAYER RYAN CALLAHAN AT THE LINK ABOVE.

 



Friday, February 26
BOYS BASKETBALL BANQUET
SATURDAY MARCH 6th    6PM

Monday, February 15
CALLAHAN SCORES 1,000 CAREER POINT AT MANSFIELD UNIVERSITY

 

Ryan Callahan Scores 1,000th Career Point But Mansfield Men Fall at Kutztown 81-69 --

 

For story go to web site link above...



Tuesday, February 2
HAWKS RUN OUT OF GAS LOSE TO RAYMOND 56-39
The team shot 13-56 from the floor (23%)  3-19 from behind the 3 point line (15%) and 10-20 from the foul line (50%) plus the Rams beat the Hawks on the boards out rebounding them 46-22 as the Hawks fall to 4-9.  Billy French lead the team with 12 points and shot 6-8 from the line while Jay White ended with 10 points and 4 rebounds.  The team looked tired from the start and couldn't get anything going.  They will look to rebound Friday vs Campbell.

Tuesday, January 12
HAWKS BEAT FALL MOUNTAIN IN OT 38-35
Mike Auger hit a 12 foot jump shot with 24 seconds to play to help the Hawks tie the game at 34 and push the game into overtime.  While both teams were cold from the floor the Hawks found themselves trailing 29-20 with 7 minutes to play.  Turning up the pressure defensively the Hawks allowed only 6 points over the last 11:35 seconds of play. Frankie Beane hit the game winner with 1:44 left in the game stroking a 3 from the right wing.  Beane ended with a game high 18 points, 4 rebounds, 4 assists and 4 steals.  Jay LeBlanc, Oakley Garlow and Sam McManus all played well defensively. 

Wednesday, December 31
ORDER YOUR GIRL SCOUT COOKIES SOON!!!!!

It's Girl Scout Cookie time and Callie Chase is once again selling everyone's favorite snack.  Please either put your order in with Coach Chase at www.4chaseteam@comcast.net or give Callie a call at 746-2943.  Deadline for orders is January 24th, 2010. 

Cost is $3.50 a box

Types of Cookies:   Lemon Chalet Cremes, Trefoils, Do-Si-Dos, Samoas

Dulce De Leche, * New* Thank U Berry Munch, Tagalongs, Thin Mints



Sunday, January 10
Hawks fall at Home to Mascenic

A cold shooting night for the Hawks (15-60 from the floor) and 9-22 from the free throw line, lead to a disappointing 56-45 loss to the Mascenic Vikings.  Jay LeBlanc played hard recording a double double with 10 points and 13 rebounds.  Mike Auger also scored 14 points and grabbed 10 rebounds in the loss.  Hawks host Fall Mountain on Tuesday Jan. 12th.



Sunday, December 27
HAWKS ADVANCE TO CHAMPIONSHIP

The Hawks played some impressive defense, as they extended their 9 point half time lead to 16 at the end of 3 quarters and then coasted to a 58-32 victory over Franklin.  Freshman Mike Auger lead all scorers with 15 points and 9 rebounds and sophomore Frankie Beane added 14 points, 5 assist and 4 steals.  Jay LeBlanc continues to lead the team defensively and also grabbed 6 rebounds.  All 10 Hawks who played put points on the board.  Hopkinton will play Inter-Lakes Monday Dec. 28th at 6:30pm in the Championship game.



Tuesday, December 22
HAWKS FLY OVER SANBORN 70-29 12/22/09
When the Hawks came out of the locker room at half time, they found themselves up 25-16. Then they put up a 27 spot over the next 8 minutes to make the score 52-23.  Most of the scoring came from the bench with Billy French (4 pts), Nate Greabe (5 pts), Cam Givens (5 pts), Sam McManus (2pts) add in starters Mike Auger (6pts), Jimmy Angell (3pts) and Frankie Beane (2pts) and you have a pretty strong balanced performance.  The Hawks roll continued in the 4th quarter as they again outscored the Indians 18-6 to finish the game with the 70-29 win.  Leading the way was freshman Mike Auger 22 points 12 rebounds and 5 steals, Frankie Beane 11 points 7 assist and 8 steals, Jay LeBlanc 13 rebounds and Billy French ended the night with 9 points.  The Hawks shot 13-17 from the line and out rebounded the Indians 45-27.  All in all 10 of the 12 Hawks put points on the board.

Tuesday, December 15
HAWKS BEAT HILLSBORO 46-32

Jumping out to a 15-0 lead and ending the first quarter up 17-5 the young Hawks extended thier lead in both the 2nd and 3rd quarters.  Sophomore Jay White was red hot going 4-5 from behind the arch and 2 from 2 inside the arch to score a career high 17 points.  Freshman Mike Auger turned in his best game of the season scoring 7 points and grabbing 11 rebounds while playing some inspired defense.  The two seniors LeBlanc (7 points & 7 rebounds) and Garlow (6 points & 6 rebounds) both played their hearts out.  Point guard, Frankie Beane added 4 points handed out 6 assist with no turnovers. 

 

 

 

 



Alumni Game
Tuesday, November 3
Alumni Game 2009

Thank you Alumni for 

coming back and making the Alumni game another special night.  Alumni 48 Hawks 48 nice job to both teams!

Pictures to follow.  Players who played

Steve Bower               Jake Nichols                 Dan Forrester          Wyatt Blue               DavidBrandt               Pat West                       Luke Simeon              Jay Reno              Bryn Waldwick          Kevin Hill                      Greg Foti               DJTravers                   Brian Foley                Jon Reen                       Jon Clay                                                 Kurt Simeons              Jake Littlejohns                                

 



Friday, November 27
NOV. 28th HAWK JAMBOREE TIMES

9:00am  HOPKINTON VS STEVENS

10:15am HOPKINTON VS NEWMARKET

11:55am HOPKINTON VS NEWFOUND

12:45pm HOPKINTON VS HARTFORD, VT

2:00pm HOPKINTON VS WINNISQUAM



Tuesday, November 3
Calcutta Night

BOYS BASKETBALL CALCUTTA NIGHT

NOV. 13th @ THE LEGION 6:30pm-11pm

GREAT FOOD, PRIZES AND COMPANY.

IF YOU NEED A TICKET CONTACT: COACH CHASE, COACH CLARK, COACH GRUTTEMEYER, MRS. BEANE OR MRS LEBLANC.

Prize list but not all:  tickets to monarchs, ski passes to sunapee, pats, dinners to common man, hermono's, gift cards to Dicks, Everetts, Keiths II sports, Golf passes to Crotched Mt, Eastmans, Courses around VT and NH.  Hawk basketball gear and a grand prize of $500.00 cash.

 



callahan driving
Ryan Callahan
Sunday, October 25

CALLAHAN, Ryan (05'), Is all set to start his senior season at Mansfield University in Mansfield, PA.  Callahan who scored over 1,300 points at Hopkinton H.S., 990 at Taft School as a PG and now has scored 680 at Masfield.  Follow his play at as he attempts to break the 1000 point mark.  Good Luck Ryan from Coach Chase and the Hawk basketball program.



Saturday, November 14

FORMER HAWK HOOPSTER

STEVE BOWER

TAKES HIS HOOP KNOWLEDGE TO SACRED HEART UNIVERSITY.  STEVE WILL WORK WITH THE VARSITY MEN'S BASKETBALL TEAM AS A MANAGER.  CONGRATULATIONS STEVE..



nichols
Sunday, October 25

NICHOLS makes Wentworth squad.

Former Hawk basketball standout Jake Nichols (09') was only one of five freshman to make the Wentworth men's basketball team.  The 6'4" guard will compete in the CCC league.  Congratulations from Coach Chase and all your former teammates.



Wednesday, March 4
Hawks continue to roll at Mascenic 73-31

Steve Bower handed out 8 more assist and scored 6 points while Jay LeBlanc grabbed 10 rebounds as the Hawks jumped out to a 18-4 lead after the first quarter and 38-13 at the half.   Tom Johnson scored 17 points (career high) and 9 rebounds, Jake Nichols 16 points and 4 rebounds and Frankie Beane 11 points, 4 assists, 4 rebounds in the 73-31 win. 

Box Score:  French 1 0 3, Bower 3 0 6, Angell 2 0 5, Nichols 6 4 16, McManus 1 0 2, LeBlanc 1 0 2, Beane 4 1 11, Garlow 3 0 6, Johnson 7 3 17, White 2 0 5 Total 30  8  73

3 pointers: French, Angell, Beane (2), White

Mascenic     4    9  13    5 -  31                                                                            Hopkinton   18 20  13  22  - 73 



Friday, February 27
HAWKS PUT IT ALL TOGETHER AT NEWPORT
The Hawks played a complete game at Newport sharing the ball and making the extra pass on their way to a convincing 76-40 win.  Jake Nichols scored 27 points in 3 quarters of play and Steve Bower had a tremendous game scoring 8 points and adding 12 assist to his totals with only 1 turnover.  Freshman Frankie Beane also had his best game of the season scoring 10 points handing out 4 assist grabbing 8 rebounds plus 2 steals and no turnovers.  Jimmy Angell scored 8 points and Tom Johnson scored 12 points and had 6 rebounds in teh win.

Tuesday, February 24
HAWKS COME FROM BEHIND TO BEAT HILLCATS 50-41
Jake Nichols scored a game high 25 points and grabbed 11 rebounds to help the Hawks come from  7 points down at halftime.  Nichols made 10 shots from the floor as the rest of the Hawks struggled to find the range ( rest of the team shot 3-20 from the floor).  The floor wasn't kind to the Hawks but the foul line was.  Forcing the Hillcats to come out and chase the Hawks the team took advantage of Hillsboro's fouls and went to the line 22 times in the 4th quarter making 16 and for the game the team shot 22-33 or 67%.  Also contributing to the cause was Steve Bower 6 points 7 assists and 3 rebounds, Jay LeBlanc 7 points and 3 rebounds and Tom Johnson went 5-7 from the line and pulled down 7 rebounds.  The Hawk play at Newport Friday night.

Friday, February 20
Hawks pull out a win at Sanborn
Jake Nichols poured in a game high 24 points and grabbed 10 rebounds in the Hawks 54-43 win in Kingston friday night.  The Hawks got 7 points from Oakley Garlow and 6 each from Steve Bower and Tom Johnson.  Billy French added 4.  Johnson also grabbed 9 rebounds and Garlow added 7. 

Tuesday, February 24
JV Hawks beat Hillsboro, Improve to 6-9

Tuesday night the JV Hawks hosted the Hillcats of Hillsboro High School. The first time these teams met it went down to the last 6 seconds when the final points were scored to take the win.  The late season matchup provided even more excitement.  At the end of the 3 quarters the score was 26-25. During the 4th with tough offenses both teams shot well from the free throw line sending the game into overtime.  Hillsborough struck first and went up by 3 but the Hawks team held their composure and some flat out - tenacious defense by Mike Auger in the last 10 seconds - regained possession of the ball and the win.  Along with the steal Mike had a game high 22 points 2 blocked shots and 10 rebounds.  Sam Mcmanus contributed with 9 points and 4 rebounds.  Nate Greabe kept the team under control on the court by breaking thru the pressure defense and moving the ball.  The JV Hawks are now 6-9.



Tuesday, December 12
Directions to Mascenic
These directions are from the High School to Mascenic high which is
located in New Ipswich 878-1113 JV 5:30pm Varsity 7:00pm
175 Turnpike Rd., New Ipswich, NH 03071
Directions Distance Time
Start: Depart Start on SR-103 [SR-127] (South) 0.6 0:01
1: Bear RIGHT (South) onto Local road(s) < 0.1 0:01
2: Keep STRAIGHT onto SR-127 [Maple St] 4.8 0:08
3: Turn RIGHT (West) onto US-202 [SR-9] 10.4 0:13
4: Keep STRAIGHT onto Ramp (US-202) 0.3 0:01
5: Keep STRAIGHT onto Local road(s) 0.2 0:01
6: Bear LEFT (South) onto US-202 19.0 0:24
7: Turn LEFT (South) onto SR-101 [SR-123] 0.8 0:01
8: Turn RIGHT (South) onto SR-123 [Elm Hill Rd] 2.5 0:04
9: Bear LEFT (South-East) onto SR-123 3.6 0:06
10: Bear LEFT (South-East) onto SR-123 [SR-124] 4.9 0:06
11: Bear RIGHT (South-East) onto SR-124 [Turnpike Rd] 0.5 0:01
End: Arrive End < 0.1 < 1min
Total Route 47.9 mi 1 hr 5 mins


Friday, February 13
Hawks fall to Blue Devils at home 39-36

Steve Bower came alive during the final 3 quarters scoring a game high 21 points, but the Hawks could not come from behind and fell to 4-8 on the season.  Bower scored all 7 points in the 2nd quarter to help pull the Hawks to with in 6 at the half.  In the 4th quarter with Hopkinton trailing 32-19 Bower again found his stroke scoring 9 points to help bring the game back to 3.  A couple of late second shots fell off the rim and the Hawks struggled to put points up again tonight.  Jake Nichols scored 11 points, Oakley Garlow and Tom Johnson each had 2.  Johnson lead the team with 11 rebounds.  Garlow and LeBlanc played solid defense while freshman Frankie Beane recorded 4 assist to only 1 turnover.

Hawks next game will be Wednesday vs Conant at Home.



Sunday, February 8
BOWER FINISHES OFF WHITE MOUTAINS IN COMEBACK WIN.
Steve Bower drove baseline with 17 seconds to play to give the Hawks it's only lead of the game 50-49.  10 seconds later he was fouled and went to the line and buried both to ice the game for the Hawks 52-49.  Bower finished the game with 10 points and 7 assist.  Jake Nichols scored 16 of his game high 21 in the second half, Oakley Garlow continues to play well scoring 12 points.  Tom Johnson netted 7 points and grabbed 8 rebounds while Jay LeBlanc snagged 6 rebounds.  Hawks improve to 4-6.

Monday, December 29
GAME PHOTO'S 
PLEASE CHECK OUT THE LINK BELOW AS PHOTO'S FROM RECENT GAMES were sent in by Mrs. LeBlanc.


Friday, February 6

 ATTENTION

Game time Change:

Saturday vs White Mountain H.S.

JV 4:00pm

VARSITY 5:30pm



Tuesday, January 27

Orioles took the Hawks out back to the tool shed and smacked them tonight in Jaffery.  The Hawks shot a chilly 20% from the floor as the Orioles flew to a 61% shooting percentage.  Conant out rebounded, out hustled, and out executed the Hawks.  Most importantly they played together as a team.  Hopkinton had a few high lights lead by Oakley Garlow who scored 8 points, grabbed 5 rebounds and worked his butt off all night.  Fresham Jay White set the perfect screen and Freshman Frankie Beane handled the ball for over 24 minutes with only 1 turnover.



Tuesday, January 20
JV HAWKS BEAT HILLSBORO 39-38
Six Hawks scored in the 39 to 38 win over Hillsboro. Michael  Auger led the Hawks in scoring with 17 points including 2 free throws with 12 seconds to play for the win. Ben Harrington scored 8 points followed by Jay White with 6 points.  Nate Greabe also played well scoring 4 points and Sam Mcmanus added 3.  The Hawks now have a 3 and 2 on the season.  Friday the JV Hawks travel to Campbell looking to reverse a bad loss last week at home.

Thursday, January 15
Johnson, Bower and Team step up against Fall Mountain
Tom Johnson had a career night vs Fall Mountain scoring 22 points and grabbing 18 rebounds as the Hawks won 54-34.  Steve Bower got things going for the Hawks scoring 9 points in the first quarter.  Bower ended up with 21 points and 7 assist.  Jay LeBlanc only scored 3 points but grabbed 5 rebounds and handed out 5 assist.  Other Hawks playing well were Billy French 6 points with some heads up play and Jay White 2 rebounds and helped break the press in the 4th quarter.  The Hawks improve to 2-2.

Friday, January 9
Hawks beat stubborn Rams 47-40
Junior Jay LeBlanc turned in a career game vs the Raymond Rams scoring 4 points while grabbing 10 rebounds, dishing out 4 assists and snatching 3 steals.  Also playing well was  Senior Steve Bower who scored 12 points, grabbed 4 rebounds, 4 assists and 2 steals. Tom Johnson added 7 points and 8 rebounds while Jake Nichols fought foul trouble all night finished with 10 points.

Alumni Game
Tuesday, December 30
Alumni Game 2008

Thanks to all the players who returned for the Alumni game Monday night.  The Even years lead by the class of 06 helped defeat the Odd guys 65-61.  We hope to make this a annual tradition.  Next year Luke and Bryn you guys need to come in shape.

Coach Chase



Wednesday, January 7
Callahan Watch

RELEASE DATE: 1/04/09

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Mansfield men power past Lock Haven behind Ryan Callahan’s 21 point effort

Box Score

LOCK HAVEN – Ryan Callahan scored a game-high 21 points to lead Mansfield to a convincing 82-64 win over Lock Haven in a PSAC crossover game at Thomas Fieldhouse Sunday afternoon.

“We haven’t been playing badly but we played well today,” said head coach Rich Miller. “Lock Haven’s an improved team and they have been very good at home so this was a good win. Everybody contributed and our scorers scored points. Cory Boone had a nice game for us also and it will be good to start playing some games at home.”

Mansfield never trailed in the game and maintained a double-digit advantage through much of the first half before settling for a 33-24 lead at halftime.

Callahan scored 10 points in the first half while Chris Pender added eight.

Mansfield exploded in the first four minutes of the second half with a 21-6 run with Callahan and Yuseff Carr combining for 19 of those points. The Mountaineers would take a 66-37 advantage on Chris Greene’s jumper with 8:36 and coasted home for their fifth win in nine games this season.

Mansfield shot 57% from the floor in the second half and held a 46-33 rebounding advantage in the game.

Callahan hit 4 of 7 of his 3-point attempts with six rebounds in 29 minutes played. He was also credited with an assist and blocked shot with no turnovers.

Carr scored 13 points, including 10 in the second half, and pulled down seven rebounds. Freshman Tony Fannick also had 13 points, all of them coming in the second half, and had seven boards. Chris Pender added 11 points.

Christian Warren led Lock Haven (2-8) with 16 points and a game-high eight rebounds. Billy Arre scored 15 points.

Mansfield snapped a three-game losing streak with the win. The Mountaineers will play their first home game since Dec. 4 when they host the University of the District of Columbia on Wednesday starting at 5 p.m. at Decker Gymnasium.



Friday, December 19
HAWKS SNOWED OUT vs MASCOMA
Make up date to be announced at a later date.

celtics
Sunday, December 7
CAPE TRIP 08
cape08

All of the players and coaches had a great weekend going to a Celtic game Friday night and playing 7 mini games at Chatham High School in Chatham, Ma.  Going to Cape Cod each year is a wonderful experience for the players and coaches to get to know each other.  This year was no different as the Hawks come home with a little better idea of where they are and where they need to go.  Thank you to Mr. & Mrs Bower for helping with transportation, John DeCaprio and his sister with helping provide the Celtic game opportunity and most of all, the players for repersenting Hopkinton with class.



chatham game

Wednesday, December 3
Callahan making good at Mansfield

Junior leading Mansfield University in  minutes and points per game (16.5)

Check out the link .



Thursday, March 16
Class M Player of the Year
PAT WEST

DavidHarrison
1st team All State David Harrison
Thursday, March 16
Class M Names All Stars
Pat West was named Class M Player of the Year.

David Harrison also was named to the first team as a Junior.

Coach Chase was named Class M Coach of the Year.


callcake
CALLALHAN REACHES MILESTONE SCORES HIS 1000 POINT
Junior Ryan Callahan scored 28 points grabbed 13 rebounds,
handed out 10 assist and had 7 steals to lead the Hawks past
Epping. Callahan entered the game needing only 13 points, he
scored 11 in the 1st quarter and took a Wyatt Blue pass 7:21 into
the 2nd quarter, scooped it under the hoop for a nice reverse
lay-in and was fouled. Callahan now has 1015 career points.


Revenge and Respect Concord Monitor 12/9/03
Revenge and respect

Hawks gain some of both in opening win
Tuesday, December 9, 2003

By ...


Tuesday, November 27
CALLAHAN WATCH

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Callahan scores 28 to lead Mansfield to 78-74 overtime win over Seton Hill – Mansfield improves to 4-0 on season

Game Statistics

MANSFIELD – Ryan Callahan scored a game-high 28 points including four points in overtime to lead Mansfield to a 78-74 overtime win over Seton Hill Monday evening in Decker Gymnasium.

“Ryan kept us in it and then helped seal the win,” said head coach Rich Miller. “He was a catalyst out there tonight and made a lot of things happen.”

It marks the first time the Mountaineers have opened a season at 4-0 since the 2004 season when Mansfield finished 21-7.

The game was  tight from the start with no team leading by more than eight points throughout the contest.

Mansfield held a slim 28-26 lead at halftime and trailed 66-62 with 1:43 left in regulation before Kevin Hill hit a jumper in the middle and Callahan added a free throw to cut the lead to two points.

Lavail Owens was fouled on a drive with 17 seconds remaining, hitting both shots to tie the score and Seton Hill missed a shot with three seconds left to send the game into overtime.

Both team struggled to make a basket in overtime with Callahan hitting four free throws and Owens two. Seton Hill didn’t score a field goal until Jordan Thomas hit a 3-pointer with 12 seconds to go fore Owens put the game out of reach hitting two clutch free throws with three second left.

"Lavail really did a nice job for us," said Miller. "He's not really a point guard but he played that position almost the whole second half because Chris (Geene) was out. He showed a lot of composure out there, especially hitting those clutch free throws."

Callahan went 7-12 from the floor and 12-15 from the line for his 28 points. He also added six rebounds and three assists. Hill, who scored 47 points against the same team nine days ago, was held to 13 points. Owens also scored 13 points.

The game also featured twin brothers on opposite teams. Mansfield's Cory Boone score just three points but pulled down 13 rebounds. His brother Cody pulled down 15 rebounds while scoring give points. It was a big day for the twins who became first-time uncles before the game.

Jordan Thomas topped Seton Hill (0-3) with 19 points.

Mansfield improves to 4-0 on the season and will travel to Clarion on Saturday



Saturday, January 2
GAME PICTURES by LESLIE LEBLANC
http://gallery.me.com/lml4

Friday, February 11

SENIOR NIGHT 

BILLY FRENCH SCORED 15 AND GRABBED 8 REBOUNDS, JIMMY ANGELL ALSO HAD

15 POINTS AND 8 REBOUNDS AND CAMERON GIVENS SCORED 4 POINTS AND 4 REBOUNDS AS THE HAWKS BEAT MONADNOCK 73-37.  COLIN PARASKEVA SCORED 9 POINTS WHILE ANDREW THOMSON AND JAY WHITE EACH HAD EIGHT.  STEVE AUGER RECORDED 3 ASSIST AND 6 STEALS TO HELP LEAD THE T EAM DEFENSIVELY.

 



Wednesday, September 28
NHTI Capitol Christmas Tourney

2011 NHTI Capitol Area Christmas Classic Tourney

31 College DriveConcord, NH 03301www.nhti.edu 

“Home of the Lynx” 2011: 8 team tournaments

1.      Bishop Brady                                5.  Kearsarge

2.     Pembroke Academy                      6.  Bow

3.     Concord                                        7.  Hopkinton

4.     Merrimack Valley                        8.     John Stark 

Game  Time  Away  Home 
Dec. 27, 2011      
Girls Game 1 10:00am  Merrimack Valley  Bow 
Girls Game 2 11:30am  Bishop Brady  Hopkinton 
Girls Game 3  1:00pm  Kearsarge  John Stark 
Girls Game 4  2:30pm  Concord  Pembroke Academy 
Boys Game 5  4:00pm  Merrimack Valley  Bow 
Boys Game 6  5:30pm  Bishop Brady  Hopkinton 
Boys Game 7  7:00pm  Kearsarge  John Stark 
Boys Game 8  8:30pm  Concord  Pembroke Academy 
 Dec. 28, 2011      
 Girls Game 9 10:00am  Con Game   Losers Game #3 & #4
 Girls Game 10 11:30am  Con Game  Losers Game #1 & #2 
Boys Game 13  1:00pm  Con Game  Losers Game #5 & #6 
Boys Game 14  2:30pm  Con Game  Losers Game  #7 & #8
Girls Game 11  4:00pm  Semi finals  Winners Game #1 & #2 
Girls Game 12  5:30pm  Semi finals  Winner Game #3 & #4 
Boys Game 15 7:00pm  Semi Finals  Winner Game 5 & # 6 
Boys Game 16  8:30pm  Semi finals  Winner Game 7 & 8 
 Dec. 29, 2011      
 Girls Game 17 5:00pm  Championship  Winners of #11 & #12 
Boys Game 18  7:00pm  Championship  Winners of #15 & #16 


Friday, December 23

32849  12/23/11

33179   01/11/12

34585  11/1/12

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Sunday, December 2

2012 NHTI Capitol Area Christmas Classic Tourney

31 College Drive

Concord, NH 03301

www.nhti.edu

“Home of the Lynx”

 

                                                        2012: 8 team tournaments

                         1.       Bishop Brady                                5.  Kearsarge                    

                         2.      Pembroke Academy                      6.  Pembroke Academy

                         3.      Concord                                          7.  Concord

                         4.      Merrimack Valley                          8.  Merrimack Valley

 

Dec. 27       Thursday   (Boys)

 

4:00 PM Game # 5:                 Merrimack Valley                   Concord

5:30 PM Game # 6:                 Kearsarge                                Hopkinton

 7:00 PM Game # 7                  Bow                                        John Stark

 8:30 PM Game # 8                  Bishop Brady                          Pembroke Academy

 

Dec 28        Friday   Consolation Round

1:00 PM          Boys Consolation Game # 13 (losers of Games # 5 & # 6)

2:30 PM          Boys Consolation Game # 14 (losers of Games # 7 & # 8)

                                       Championship Round:

7:00 PM          Boys Semi Finals Game # 15 (winners of Games # 5 & # 6)

8:30 PM          Boys Semi Finals Game # 16 (winners of Games # 7 & # 8)

 

Dec. 29       Saturday:   Championship Game

5:30 PM          Boys Championship Game # 18 (Winners # 15 & # 16)