The Hollis Brookline High School Crew Club was founded by Freshman Nick Sengstaken in Fall 2012. After a successful first fall season, the 11 original members of the HBHS Crew Club (pictured below) found themselves with lots of enthusiasm for crew, but without a place to row when their junior's program was discontinued. In November 2012, Nick asked his parents to create a new non-profit organization. John & Margie Sengstaken held a meeting and parents Steve Burns, Ken Cowan, Cheryl Siebert, and Kelly St. Hilaire volunteered to help. Hollis Brookline Cavaliers Crew was established in the winter of 2013 to support the students of Hollis Brookline High School, and the surrounding community. The student-run Hollis Brookline High School Crew Club (HBHS Crew Club) is supported by parent-run Hollis Brookline Cavaliers Crew (HBCC), a non-profit organization that provides the team with the coaching, equipment, and facilities needed to operate. Together, the two organizations are called "HB Crew." With generous donations from other New England based crew teams, individual families, and companies, HBCC was able to piece together the equipment needed to offer crew to HBHS for the 2013 spring season. School Business Administrator Eric Horton gracioulsy accepted the position of head coach. Finding a place to row was another challenge. Thanks to the warm welcome by members of Lone Pine Hunters Club, HB Crew has found a home at a beautiful facility, just a short drive from HBHS. Lone Pine is located on Rideout Road in Hollis, NH, and backs up to the Nashua River, just downstream of Runnell's Bridge.