Congratulations Kearsarge Boys Varsity Basketball 2016

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Congratulations Kearsarge Boys Varsity Basketball 2016

Occasionally I’ll wander outside of Warner to a good basketball game.  This past Saturday, my travels took me to Southern New Hampshire University for the D3 championship game.  It would be only the second time the boys have gone this far in the high school’s history.  The last time was 16 years ago.  Kearsarge battled Pelham right down to the last few seconds.  Our boys lost by four points 43-39  but they had an amazing season and should hold their heads high.  Team players come from several of the towns in our regional school district, including the town of Warner.  They exhibited a great deal of talent and heart this season and excellent sportsmanship.  Thanks for the memories!

The crowd gathers at SNHU 3/12/16.

The crowd gathers at SNHU 3/12/16.


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