It’s so adorable. Go, go, go!
Read the full game story here.
Hanover’s Maddie McCorkle rears up to shoot and score against the defense of Portsmouth’s Kylie Sullivan (9), Izzy Suttie (6) and Maddy Roelofs in the second half of their game in Hanover, #NH, on Thursday. Portsmouth — who won last year’s Division II title — won, 15-8. 🔲 More at www.vnews.com/instagram. Link in profile. 🔲 (Valley News – Geoff Hansen @geoff_hansen) #uppervalley #upval #vnewsuv #photojournalism #sportsphotography #hanovernh #marauders #lacrosse #lax #nhiaa #shoot #score #game #play #athletes #sports #highschool #jump #turf #🥅
Wednesdays at 7 p.m. in Hanover, featuring a big screen and a system with 12,000 games available from Atari, Sega, Nintendo and classic arcade games.
And now the mom’s got a fancy collar on!
New Hampshire Fish and Game officials today put a tracking collar on a black bear sow in an effort to track her movements as she seeks food for a new litter of cubs near downtown Hanover. Read more.
From the Norwich listserv this morning:
This week promises rainy days and the coming of the spring frog populations. Many of these frogs will cross roads on their way to breeding sites in vernal pools. Some frogs are luckier than others and as Kermit was fond of saying “its not easy bein’ green”.
Should you happen upon the less fortunate frogs in your commute home, I would be most grateful if you would hop on over, bag them up for me and drop me an email. Please note the location where each frog croaked (see what I did there?).
We will also gladly accept your road-killed salamanders.
Reminds me of the documentary Cane Toads: An Unnatural History, which it seems you can actually watch in full on YouTube.