Enhance your skills with I’m Possible founder
DERRY — Youth, high school, and college players looking to enhance their skill development with I’m Possible founder and CEO Micah Lancaster will have the opportunity to train with him March 8 and 9.
I’m Possible events are some of the most sought-after training events in the world, designed around the concept of making every player feel like they are training alone in the gym. The purpose s to empower and equip players of all levels with the skills needed to train themselves.
Lancaster is a world renowned basketball skill development trainer who has worked with players at all levels – grassroots to pros.
The same training curriculum and passion that he delivered to those players will be offered to boys and girls of all skill levels between third grade and college. The event will be broken into two sessions for intermediate and advanced players. It will be held at the NH SportsZone, 7 A St.
Working with Lancaster is a great opportunity to learn from, and be inspired by, the trainer who has revolutionized the training of the game. Call 537-9663 or visit nhsportszone.com.
State announces some really big fish news
CONCORD — There were some big fish caught in New Hampshire last year.
Fisheries biologist and Trophy Fish Program Coordinator Don Miller has announced the winners of the 2013 Trophy Fish Program. A listing of all qualifying entries is posted on the New Hampshire Fish and Game Department’s website, fishnh.com/Fishing/trophy/2013.html.
Four new state records were set in 2013: black sea bass (1 pound 3.5 ounces, 14.25 inches long), caught in Portsmouth by Shane Conlin of Hampton); common carp, bow harvested (41 pounds 0.04 ounces, 40.5 inches long, caught in Hinsdale by Kevin Martin of Hinsdale); common white sucker (3 pounds 12.64 ounces, 20.75 inches long, caught in Center Harbor by Timothy Moore Jr. of Portsmouth); and northern pike (26 pounds 9.44 ounces, 44.50 inches long, caught in Dalton by Kevin Phelps of Monroe).