Wrestling Rebels bring home lots of hardware
DERRY — On Jan. 19, the Wrestling Rebels sent their fifth- through eighth-grade wrestlers to the Rundlett Middle School tournament in Concord.
Jake Seccerecio took home a fourth-place medal. Robbie Fahey took home a second-place medal. Tyler Mackiernan took home the gold.
The Wrestling Rebels sent wrestlers to the Crusader Open in Manchester.
Sterling McLaughlin took home a fourth-place medal and Andrew Lydick took home a second-place medal.
A group of 13 Wrestling Rebels went to the Upper Valley wrestling tournament in North Sutton and came home with a lot of hardware.
Dillon Lavely (second grade), John Little (third grade), and Riley Cox (third grade) each brought home third-place medals.
These wrestlers wrestled their hearts out and took home silver medals: Molly Fahey (third grade), Jack Mackiernan (third grade), Andrew Lydick (fourth grade) and Nathan Landry (seventh grade).
These wrestlers were successful and took home the ultimate goal in first-place finishes: Daniel Zabriskie (second grade), Sterling McLaughlin (fifth grade), Tyler Mackiernan (sixth grade), Joe DeMartino (fifth grade) and Robbie Fahey (sixth grade).
Think spring and WILD N.H. Day coming April 20
CONCORD — There’s no better time than in the midst of a winter storm to think about spring. Flip your calendar to April and save the date for a special New Hampshire Earth Day celebration: Discover WILD New Hampshire Day will take place on Saturday, April 20, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on the grounds of the New Hampshire Fish and Game Department, 11 Hazen Drive.
Admission is free.
“The whole family will enjoy connecting with life outdoors at this fun, free event,” said event coordinator Mark Beauchesne of the New Hampshire Fish and Game Department. “Come Discover WILD New Hampshire with us.”
The event includes hands-on activities and exhibits from environmental, conservation and outdoor organizations from throughout New Hampshire.