Bourassa’s last year
Windham golf coach Ken Bourassa announced that this fall was his final year at the helm. He has guided the program since the school opened in 2010. Since that time, the Jaguars have won two Division 2 state titles, been runners-up six times and have had five individual state champions (Nick Fairweather, 2011; Connor Greenleaf, 2102-13; James McKee, 2014-15).
Sevilla finishes strong
It was not a good meet for the UNH men’s cross country team at the Division 1 regional, but former Pinkerton standout Nico Sevilla-Connelly had a solid race. He was the team’s top finisher with a fine 10K time of 29:53. UNH finished 21st out of 37 teams with Harvard in first and UMass Lowell in fourth.
Lacrosse star Nathan LeVine of Windham committed to Division 1 Syracuse on Monday. The junior plays his club lacrosse with the NH Tomahawks.
Rosinski: More time
Senior and former Pinkerton standout Luke Rosiniski is getting more playing time on the court thus far for the UNH men’s basketball team, which is off to a decent 4-4 start. The 6-8 Rosinski is averaging 3.0 points and 2.5 rebounds in 12.5 minutes per game.
Hopkins stays hot
Saint Michael’s swimming & diving senior Connor Hopkins of Windham was named Northeast-10 Conference Swimmer of the Week for the second time this season while claiming his fifth NE10 award overall.
Hopkins won six times while recording the top times in the NE10 in four events during the North Country Invitational. He won the 50- (20.98) and 100-yard freestyle (46.64) with the best times in the league, while also winning the 200-yard backstroke (1:57.65). In the 200- (1:38.74) and 400-yard (3:35.88) medley relays, Hopkins not only aided victories, but registered two more league-leading times thanks to his opening-leg 50 back (24.87) and 100 back (52.66) performances. He anchored the top 200 free relay (1:28.99) while anchoring the second-place 400 free relay (3:16.04).