Northwood NH News

January 7, 2009


 

There will be an American Red Cross Blood Drive  held on Tuesday, January 13th at the Pittsfield Elementary School on Bow Street from 3 to 8 p.m. sponsored by the local Parent Teacher’s Organization. Child care will be provided.


The Red Cross is offering a special this month - “Give A Pint - Get A Pound” of free Dunkin’ Donuts Coffee when you help save lives by donating blood. The need is constant - the gratification is instant! Please consider coming and giving blood at a time of year when needs are generally high and the supplies are often low. In the new year “Be A Cheerful Giver.”
 


 

Northwood Girls Soccer Win Southeast League Championship


The Northwood Girls Soccer Team defeated Strafford 3-2 to win the 2008 Southeast League Championship.  The girls finished the season with a record of 7-2-3 ranking them 2nd going into the playoffs. Although records aren’t accurate, it has been at 16 years since the Northwood Girls have won the championship according to Rich Penney, Athletic Director.


At the awards banquet Emily Amazeen received the Most Valuable Player award, Cassidy Small and Mikayla Hodil the Coaches Award, and Leanna LaValley the Most Improved Player Award.  Congratulations to the 8th grade girls who will be moving on the Coe Brown next year; Cassidy Small, Yvonne Dean-Bailey, Tore DeVeau, Katie Jarvis, Leanna LaValley, Mikayla Hodil, Ashley Hodil, Danielle Colprit, Emily Amazeen, and Corin Kelley.  Also, great job and good luck next year to players that will be returning; Julia Helton, Asha Plumpton, Emily Blad, Rebecca Ames, Devon Berry, Courtney Corson, Hailey Serino, Ashley LeBlanc, Jessica Ohrenberger, Haley Ruth, and Jelasa Nelson.

 


 

Coe-Brown headmaster and basketball coach recognized for 450th career win

 

 

John Stark Boys’ Varsity Basketball Coach Michael Smith (left) and his father, CBNA Headmaster and Boys’ Varsity Basketball Coach David Smith, display the trophy commemorating David Smith’s 450th career basketball win.

Northwood, NH: The Coe-Brown Northwood Academy (CBNA) boys’ varsity basketball coach, Headmaster David S. Smith, marked his 450th career win recently and was honored during a special presentation prior to Friday evening’s game against John Stark Regional High School.


The 450th win occurred on Saturday, December 27, during a holiday tournament game against Keene High School. CBNA Athletic Director Matt Skidds presented Mr. Smith with a trophy commemorating the event. Assisting in the presentation were Farmington High School Principal Mike Lee and Tom Hall, who retired as CBNA athletic director two years ago. Both Mr. Lee and Mr. Hall played for Mr. Smith early in his coaching career.


In an interesting twist, the coach of tonight’s opponent, John Stark Regional High School, is Headmaster Smith son, Michael Smith, who played basketball for Headmaster Smith while attending Coe-Brown in the early 1990s. Coe-Brown emerged victorious in tonight’s matchup by a score of 64 to 46. Mr. Smith has served as the Academy’s headmaster for 27 years and has been involved in coaching basketball for nearly 40 years.


Coe-Brown Northwood Academy (CBNA), founded in 1867, is a small co-educational public-private secondary school accepting students in grades 9-12 and offering the highest quality curriculum of studies. The academy campus is located on the shores of Harvey Lake in Northwood, New Hampshire. For more information visit www.coebrownacademy.com.
 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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