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Forest Pelletier '23 Competes in NEPSAC Virtual Track Meet

Congratulations to Forest Pelletier '23 on competing in a virtual NEPSAC track meet!

Over ninety student-athletes participated in the meet in a variety of events. Forest competed in both the 100m and the 400m races.

NEPSAC (New England Preparatory School Athletic Council) has been hosting virtual track meets this spring to encourage athletes to stay active and competitive. The virtual meets run from Fridays to Sundays, meaning athletes have any time during that period to record a time. 

More about the events from NEPSAC:

While we can't gather together to compete, we can still maintain our running community. Recognizing that people are in different situations, if it is safe for you to do so, you are invited to participate in our Virtual Track Meets. 

Since not everyone has access to a track, there are road events as well. NEPSAC recognizes that not all runners might be training as hard as they do during a normal season. That's ok! This is designed to be fun, and bring us together.

Caddy Brooks Named Hebron Academy's New Athletic Director

Hebron Academy is excited to announce that Mr. Caddy Brooks has been named the new Athletic Director. Ms. Leslie "Mitzi" Guenther, while retiring at the end of this year, is excited to mentor Mr. Brooks as he transitions to his new role. Brooks joined Hebron Academy in the 2019-2020 year as a coach, faculty member, and dormitory advisor.

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Winter Athletic Awards

We had planned to hold our winter athletic awards when we returned to campus in late March, but quite a lot changed in a very short time! We thank you for your patience as we have had to adapt and adjust our ceremony. We are pleased to present the Winter Athletic Awards!

Personal Records in the Time of a Pandemic

Mr. Eric Lundblade, history faculty and cross country coach, had been training to run a marathon this month in which he was hoping to set a personal record (PR). In light of current coronavirus pandemic circumstances, the marathon was canceled and his plans were squashed. However, he decided he would continue his training regardless.