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Conor, don’t make me battle…

Conor, don’t make me battle…

March 9, 2016

...for a date to prom!  ...

Hockey season turnaround means these boys are playoff-bound

Hockey season turnaround means these boys are playoff-bound

Jake Ziegler, Reporter

March 4, 2016

In the middle stages of their season, during a five-game losing streak, Lancer hockey stood at 4-7, forcing them to plummet to the bottom of Division I. Yet despite that mid-season struggle—one filled with sighs, moans, groans, anger, and frustration—this Lancer squad never gave up on one of...

Boys hockey has new ‘do for playoffs

Boys hockey has new ‘do for playoffs

June Cranmer, Sports Editor, Business Manager

March 4, 2016

Walking down the halls of LHS, it is hard to miss the bleach blonde mohawks that several students have recently adorned. But don't worry, this style is not spring's next big hair trend, but rather part of a hockey team tradition. Each year, in honor of making it to playoffs, the hockey team cuts...

What to know before you take the SATs

What to know before you take the SATs

Ellie Goodspeed, Features Editor

February 29, 2016

On March 2 high school students around the state will take out their number two pencils, buckle down and take the three hour SAT. They are the first group of students to take the newly revamped SAT. What to Do on Test Day: Arrive on time for school and report to your test room by 7:20am. Test room a...

Ms. Sullivan honored as one of 20 outstanding women in N.H.

Ms. Sullivan honored as one of 20 outstanding women in N.H.

Emily Schackart, Photography Director & Lifestyle Editor

February 17, 2016

House 4 assistant principal Ms. Sullivan is an outstanding woman. While that's always been known within the walls of LHS, it is now also known throughout N.H. because she was recently selected as one of 20 Outstanding Women in N.H. through the WZID and Hannafords annual contest. For the p...

If you got game, then get to Lancer Games

If you got game, then get to Lancer Games

News Brief

February 17, 2016

Find out which LHS co-curricular group will be able to answer the most trivia questions, successfully complete crazy relays and reveal the most unusual of talents at Lancer Games on Friday, March 4. Lancer Games, sponsored by NHS,  is a fundraising opportunity for every co-curricular group in Lancer...

LHS gymnastics to take floor at state meet this weekend

LHS gymnastics to take floor at state meet this weekend

Allie Marsh, Reporter

February 10, 2016

For this weekend’s state competition, the gymnastics team will not only have to balance on the beam, but also balance the pressure of maintaining their 23-2 record. The team of 16 will be competing in four events: vault, beam, floor, and bars. Senior Jill McIntyre is very proud of the effort everyon...

Friday’s snow day a gift . . . and not just to students

Friday’s snow day a gift . . . and not just to students

Mrs. DeWinkeleer, journalism adviser

February 6, 2016

We are wearing our pajamas inside out and have carefully placed spoons under our pillows to appease the "snow-day gods." When, oh when, we think, will a click on the "L" in the alphabetized list of closings on WMUR announce that Londonderry schools have a snow day? 4 a.m. and Nashua has called...

Lancer hockey looking for momentum-changing win against Concord

Lancer hockey looking for momentum-changing win against Concord

Jake Ziegler, Reporter

February 3, 2016

The ice cold freezing rinks.  The skate sharpener shaping the skates.  The sweaty equipment each player puts on and takes off each game.  The hockey team does all this for one goal: to make the playoffs in Division I. After starting strong with a 4-2 record peaking at the top of the Division I sta...

ALC members: Leaders from field to community

ALC members: Leaders from field to community

Alex Seeley, Features Editor

January 27, 2016

Junior Cam Reddy knows that being an athlete is “more than what you do on the field.”   So when the final whistle or call from the official signals the end of game, 10 Athletic Leadership Council members, who are also athletes from various sports, exchange their uniforms for time around the table...

‘Creed’ a knockout update to a classic story

‘Creed’ a knockout update to a classic story

Riley Walberg, News Editor

January 1, 2016

With not too much copied from the original Rocky Balboa series and a more modern approach to the boxing scene, Creed is an enjoyable reboot to the classic series.   Creed follows the story of Adonis Johnson-Creed (Michael B. Jordan), who never knew his father the great boxing champion Apollo Creed who d...

Pulling your weight or being dead weight: What role do you take in group projects?

Pulling your weight or being dead weight: What role do you take in group projects?

Maddy Martin, Reporter

December 23, 2015

Group projects can be the most frustrating thing about being a high school student. Even more frustrating than the actual project, is trying to get along with students who either may not be pulling their weight in the project or who take on everything and refuse to let you play a part. To help prevent...

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