EHS Field Hockey: State Champions - For the first time ever in its history, the Exeter High School (EHS) Girls Field Hockey team recently captured the Division I State Championship at Bedford High School by defeating defending champion Pinkerton Academy, 2-1. Guided by their outstanding leader and coach, Deb Grott, the 2013 girls’ team ended the season in fourth place with a record of 13-3-1.
Co-Captain seniors Lexi Grott and Erin McKenna each scored a goal in the final game and goaltender Lauren MacDonald continued her marvelous defensive work. Congratulations, Coach Grott and all of the members of your team!
Technology Educator of the Year - Ms. Amy Cantone of Swasey Central School has been selected to receive the 2014 Pat Keyes Technology-Using Educator Award from the NH Society of Technology Educators. This prestigious honor is given annually to a teacher who provides direct instruction to students and who integrates technology in a regular classroom setting. Ms. Cantone is well-known in SAU 16 for her leadership in professional development for other educators and for applying various types of learning experiences for her students. She will be presented with this award during the upcoming Christa McAuliffe Technology Conference in Manchester at the beginning of December.
Exeter High School senior and field hockey standout, Erin McKenna, was recently selected as the Division I Player of the Year in that sport. This is truly an outstanding honor and accomplishment for Erin and for her amazing team of student athletes!
Exeter High School senior and outstanding soccer player, Austin Kimball, recently earned All-New England honors as part of the New Hampshire Soccer Coaches Association’s Division I post season awards. Along with Owen Palmer and Graham Peterson, Austin also earned a spot on New Hampshire’s 2014 Lions Cup Team which leads to an All-Star game played annually against Vermont each summer.