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  • Basketball Men's-Varsity B

    2017 - 2018
    Head Coach: Andrew Gale

    Men's Varsity B Basketball under Head Coach Andrew Gale and Assistant Coach Bo Cramer will continue to be a program that provides excellent skill development and a competitive schedule and atmosphere. Traditionally, the Varsity B program has helped a number of players make the jump to the Varsity A program. Recent examples are Nate Friend '17 (Norte Dame De Namur), Willie Swindells '16 (Chapman), Louis-Roger Fils-Aime '16 (Concordia University) Danny Levitt '15, Matt Dean '14, and Pat Saunders '08 (Princeton).  The B program schedule is always a tough with matchups with Hebron, Lee, Kents Hill as well as B programs at Brewster, Northfield Mount Hermon and many others. 

    The ABC's of the Varsity B program will serve as our guide and foundation. They are as follows:


    A -
    Accountability to one’s self, teammates, and the community is a major cornerstone of the program. Accountability will be measured in a variety of ways. Our belief is that athletics is merely a microcosm of life; individual and team sports provide   various opportunities for life experiences that expand beyond the court. 

    B -
    Balance  is a fundamental goal that we will strive for every day in this program; the understanding that  the student’s time at the New Hampton School should be effectively utilized.   By growing and stretching beyond the game, players will benefit from the life-long effects on how  to identify  yourself.  In turn, relationships with others will take on greater quality and purpose. When players leave  the program, my hope  is for each young person to place a higher value on who they are.

    C-
    Courage to look outside the person that first - arrived at the school, as well as the courage to sacrifice for the good of the whole, not simply for .yourself.   

    Compete every day to  your full potential, to invest in yourself physically and emotionally  towards something reach your full potential. It is the belief  in this program that  has major effects on the  individual’s growth.
     
    Commit to the school, the team and the coaches; both  in class and on the court.  My players will  exemplify  what it means to be an athlete at New Hampton. Our athletes are committed to “Husky Pride” and the New Hampton community.   
     

Team News

List of 3 news stories.

  • Huskies Drop MAISAD Championship Game vs. Hyde

                New Hampton Huskies took on the Hyde Wolfpack in the MAISAD championship game last night. New Hampton put up a tremendous effort but Hyde’s athleticism and pressure were just too much for the Huskies. Hyde started off the game hot, going on a 9-0 run to start the game. NHS responded with a 5-0 run of their own. After that, it was all Hyde. The Wolfpack suffocated the Huskies with their 2-2-1 pressure causing tons of turnovers, which led to fast break opportunities. NHS found themselves down 41-19 at halftime. The second half was much more of the same. Mike D. scored his first career New Hampton point with 2 minutes remaining in the game. The Huskies fell 79-42. NHS was led in scoring by Marcus P. (13 points) and Guthrie L., Austin C. and Adrian J. all chipped in 6.
                On behalf of the team I would like to thank everyone for their continued support all throughout the year from the fans. I want to thank our 4 seniors and my entire team for working hard and giving me 100% this year.
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  • The Huskies Advance to the MAISAD Championship Game

                New Hampton took on Kent’s Hill in the MAISAD Semi-finals Wednesday night in the upper gym. New Hampton got off to a fast start jumping out to a 18-4 lead early on in the furst half. Max D. and Adrian J. scored 14 of the 18 and helped pace the Huskies. After that Kent’s Hill tighten the defense up. It was a back and forth battle the rest of the first half. Score at half-time was 25-20 NHS.
                The second half was a dog fight. Both teams played stellar defense and made great hustle plays. Guthrie L. and Marcus P. led the charge defensively on the perimeter, while David H. player stellar defense vs. Kent’s Hill’s best post player. When KHS was gaining momentum Marcus P. made the game changing play. KHS was down 2 with under 3 minutes to go with the ball. Marcus stole the ball and finished the play with a fast break dunk. NHS didn’t look back. As the game went on, the Huskies defense got stronger. New Hampton held on to a 54-48 victory over Kent’s Hill.
                NHS was led by Max D. and Marcus P. with 14 apiece, while Guthrie L. and Adrian J. chipped in 9 apiece. New Hampton takes on Hyde School @ Hyde for the MAISAD championship Friday night at 4:30. Thanks to all the fans who have supported us throughout the year!
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  • New Hampton Has Winning Streak Snapped at 9

               New Hampton took on Lee Academy Saturday afternoon as they looked to push their winning streak to 10. New Hampton struggled offensively. They could not buy a bucket. The Huskies played tough on the defensive end, but couldn't make up for their poor shooting night. The offense struggled mightly and Lee punished New Hampton on the boards. NHS came up short. 53-42.
                Guthrie L led the Huskies with 17 points, Marcus P chipped in 12. NHS clinched the 2 seed in the upcoming MASIAD Tournament and will host #3 Kent's Hill Wednesday night at 5:30 in the upper gym.
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Coaching Staff

  • Head Coach:  Andrew Gale
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  • Assistant Coach Bo Cramer
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Team Statistics

Overall Statistics
W L T %
15 4 0 78.9

Schedule

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Away
vs.
Northfield Mount Hermon School
Win 52-50
Northfield Mount Hermon School
Away
Cancelled
vs.
The Winchendon School
The Winchendon School
Neutral
Tournament
Invitational

St. Paul's School Basketball Tournament

Non-League
vs.
The Winchendon School
Win 61-56
St. Paul's School
Neutral
Invitational

St. Paul's School Basketball Tournament

Non-League
vs.
Kents Hill School
Loss 62-66
St. Paul's School
Neutral
Tournament
Invitational

St. Paul's School Basketball Tournament

Non-League
vs.
St. Paul's School
Win 55-49
St. Paul's School
Home
League
vs.
Kents Hill School
Win 57-47
The Frederick Smith Gymnasium - Upper Gym - 1
Home
League
vs.
Northfield Mount Hermon School
Win 58-32
The Frederick Smith Gymnasium - Upper Gym - 1
Home
League
vs.
Hebron Academy
Win 58-34
The Frederick Smith Gymnasium - Upper Gym - 1
Away
Rescheduled
League
vs.
Hyde-Bath
Loss 53-61
Away
League
vs.
Hyde-Bath
Loss 53-61
Hyde-Bath
Away

Game time changed from 4pm to 1pm

League
vs.
Hebron Academy
Win 68-39
Hebron Academy
Home
League
vs.
Brewster Academy
Win 52-46
The Frederick Smith Gymnasium - Upper Gym - 1
Home
vs.
Hillside School
Win 69-51
The Frederick Smith Gymnasium - Upper Gym - 1
Home
vs.
The Winchendon School
Win 78-70
The Frederick Smith Gymnasium - Upper Gym - 1
Away
League
vs.
Kents Hill School
Win 60-42
Kents Hill School
Home
Rescheduled

Rescheduled to Wednesday 2/14 at 5pm.

Non-League
vs.
Redemption Christian Academy
Win 77-65
The Frederick Smith Gymnasium - Upper Gym - 1
Away
League
vs.
Brewster Academy
Win 55-49
Brewster Academy
Home

Rescheduled to Wednesday 2/14 at 5pm.

Non-League
vs.
Redemption Christian Academy
Win 77-65
The Frederick Smith Gymnasium - Upper Gym - 1
Home
vs.
Lee Academy
Win 55-53
The Frederick Smith Gymnasium - Field House - 2
Home
vs.
Lee Academy
Loss 42-53
The Frederick Smith Gymnasium - Field House - 2
Home
Playoff

MAISAD Semi-Final

League
vs.
Kents Hill School
Win 54-48
The Frederick Smith Gymnasium - Upper Gym - 1
Away
Playoff

MAISAD Championship Game

League
vs.
Hyde-Bath
Loss 42-79
Hyde-Bath
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