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Cheers to Our Champions:
Celebrating Our Coaches, Athletic Director, and Trainer
As the weather begins to letes, but they teach them much showing them what it means to ture, Girls Soccer; Raegan Girls Basketball and Unified
change, and we put the fall and winter sports seasons in the record books, the Boosters of Newfound Regional High School would like to thank all the coaches who made the fall and winter seasons a success. Our coaches not only share their love for the game with their ath-
about life while holding each player to high standards and cultivating the essential lifelong skill of teamwork. We are so for- tunate at NRHS to have coaches that care deeply about their sport, and player development. These trusted adults mentor our athletes each and every day,
be a good citizen, member of a community, and leader. Please join us in thanking our coaches for all the hours they have dedi- cated to their sports and athletes over the last two seasons.
Our fall coaches include, Mike LaPlume, Cross Coun- try; John Daly, Cross Country; Kammi Williams, Field Hockey; Sydney Warman, Field Hockey; Jason Hill, Boys Soccer; Jason North, Boys Soccer; Ray Cur- ren, Girls Soccer; Bruce Cou-
Kernen, Unified Soccer; Justin Tinker, Unified Soccer; Amy Fairbank, Volleyball; Carolyn Miller, Volleyball; Luis Adorno, Football; Chris Dodge, Football; Logan Belanger, Football; and Joshua Mackay, Football.
Our winter coaches include, Bill Karkheck, Alpine Skiing; Andrew MacDonald, Alpine Skiing; Kurt McCandless, Boys Basketball; Logan Belanger, Boys Basketball; Ray Curren, Girls Basketball; Amy Fairbank,
Basketball; Lilly Wright, Winter Spirit; Kasey Basford, Winter Spirit; Cheyenne Reilly, Winter Spirit; and Justin Tinker, Unified Basketball.
Additionally, we would like to thank our Athletic Direc- tor, Jacob Tivey, and Athletic Trainer, Kelsey Heath, for all that they do to make our pro- grams and athletes successful.
With Warm Regards, Boosters of NRHS
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 Newfound Hall of Fame Nominations Accepted Until 4-19
The Newfound Hall of Fame Selection Committee will be meeting later this spring. Nomi- nations for people/teams deserv- ing of recognition are still being accepted until April 19th. The nomination forms can be found on the NRHS Athletics web- site by clicking on the “Hall of Fame” tab at the top of the page.
The Newfound Regional
High School Athletics Hall of Fame recognizes the signifi- cant contributions of athletes, coaches, teams, and contributors to Bristol High School, New- found Memorial High School, and Newfound Regional High School while reinforcing a sense of history and tradition. This event is held annually during Homecoming Weekend.
The number of inductees each year will be at the discre- tion of the Hall of Fame Se- lection Committee. Previous athletes, coaches, or contribu- tors are eligible to be inducted.
All questions can be directed to Jacob Tivey, Athletic Direc- tor at Newfound Regional High School: or 603- 744-6006 x 1507.
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  First Doubles Round Robin
Pickleball Tournament Fundraiser a Huge Success!
 Many thanks to TTCC for supporting and hosting the First Doubles Round Robin Pickleball Tournament & Fundraiser on 2/22/24! Six doubles teams competed in a round-rob- in format, where each Team had a chance to play all five other Teams. The Gold went to Kenda Corcoran and Caroline Raimondi; the silver went to Brenda Joyce and Charlie Kuzinas; and
the bronze went to Kelly and John Marchand.
Leslie Hess won the 50/50 Raffle and generously gave back her winnings to TTCC. Other door prizes from the raffle were also given away. Congratulations to all the winners and to all the other play- ers. Many spectators participated in the Event, with lots of cheers and even some “Waves”
from the crowd!
Coordinators Barbara Kohout, Pauline Nadeau, and Tony Canzano made sure it ran smooth- ly so that everyone could ultimately have a good time! Thank you all for participating and making the Event possible!
Through Event registration fees, the sale of raffle tickets, and donations, the Round Robin Event netted a total of $350, where 100% was given to TTCC toward their 2024 Capital Campaign. We would also like to thank our Sponsors of the Round Robin Tournament, in- cluding the Homestead Restaurant, Bristol House of Pizza, and Odysea Coffee, all located in Bristol, NH.
— Submitted by Barbara Kohout

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