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New England Patriots running back Brandon Bolden leaps over New York Jets cornerback Marcus Williams (22) during the fourth quarter of Sunday's game at MetLife Stadium.

Dave D'Onfrio's Patriots Notebook: Finding a way to win

The easy assumption would be that New England was lacking big plays on its Sunday visit to MetLife Stadium. Except big plays are exactly what won the Pats a 17-16 decision, a first-round postseason bye, and moved them within a victory of clinching home-field advantage.

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Merrimack's Schaller scores first NHL goal, but B's get win

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In a heartbreaking 4-3 overtime loss to the Boston Bruins Sunday night, Merrimack, N.H., native Tim Schaller had a career highlight with his first NHL goal for the Buffalo Sabres. Schaller, 24, was...

Manchester Central's Nolan Cooney, left, takes the baton from Abram Gagnon during their heat in the 4x400m relay race during a NHIAA Indoor Track and Field event at the Paul Sweet Oval at the University of New Hampshire in Durham Sunday. The Little Green placed first in their heat.

NHIAA Roundup: Martin, Pinkerton top Salem in tournament

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Pinkerton Academy of Derry got out front early and held off Salem 56-42 in the opening game of the Commonwealth Motors Christmas Classic girls' basketball tournament Sunday at Merrimack College.

College Roundup: SNHU women win

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Victoria Wiseman totaled a career-best 23 points as the Southern New Hampshire University women’s basketball team beat Caldwell University 73-69 on Sunday afternoon in Caldwell, N.J.

Boston guard Marcus Smart (36) reacts after being called for a foul on Miami Heat forward Chris Andersen in the second half of Sunday's game at American Airlines Arena.

Heat cruise past Celtics, snap losing skid

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Forward Luol Deng had 23 points as the Miami Heat snapped their five-game home losing streak, defeating the Boston Celtics 100-84 on Sunday night at AmericanAirlines Arena.

NHIAA Weekend Hockey Roundup: Hats off to three school skaters

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Ann Margaret Discisio had a hat trick to help lift the Bishop Brady-Trinity girls' hockey team to a 5-1 home victory over Exeter on Saturday night.

For Rex Ryan, another close loss to Pats

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Running back Jonas Gray scored a one-yard touchdown early in the fourth quarter Sunday and defensive lineman Vince Wilfork blocked a field goal with 5:21 left as the Patriots hung on to edge the Jets...

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For the first time in three years, a school not named Bedford will win the NHIAA Division II boys' hockey state title this season. The Bulldogs moved up to Division I after three straight state championships and teams like 2013-14 runner-up Bow will look to take advantage. The Falcons fell, 3-1, to Bedford in the...

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The statistics suggest the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga outplayed the University of New Hampshire on both offense and defense, so how did UNH manage to pull out a 35-30 victory in Friday night's FCS quarterfinals?

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