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Wildcats focus on positives following opening loss

A loss is never easy to digest, but there were positive things from Saturday's game against Toledo that University of New Hampshire head coach Sean McDonnell can address with his team heading into the program's home opener in two weeks against Lehigh University.

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Pinkerton's Kaylie Decosmo, right, will be among the leaders of the Astros as they seek a return to the top in Division I.

NHIAA Field Hockey Preview: Exeter, Pinkerton girls thinking big

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The 2013 NHIAA field hockey season was all about a changing of the guard. So what will 2014 bring?

Former UFC welterweight champion Carlos Newton demonstrated a technique with student Murray Barq, of Somerville, Mass., during a seminar at Koryukan Martial Arts in Londonderry on Saturday.

Ex-UFC champ shares wisdom during Londonderry visit to martial arts center

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Former Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) welterweight champion Carlos Newton has worn many impressive titles in his 38 years, but perhaps his favorite spot is in the front of a classroom.

Sherborne takes Manchester city golf crown

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David Sherborne's six-foot birdie on the second playoff hole Monday at Intervale CC toppled Kyle Badger for the Manchester City Golf Tournament title.

Fittingly, Fisher Cats lose finale by 1

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Jorge Polanco's double in the 13th inning plated Eddie Rosario with the winning run to lead New Britain to a 4-3 season-ending Eastern League victory over New Hampshire before 3,989 fans at New...

Tampa Bay's Matt Joyce, center, celebrates with teammates after hitting the game-winning walk-off RBI single during the 10th inning Monday in the Rays' 4-3 win over the Boston Red Sox at Tropicana Field.

Rays go to extra innings to beat Sox

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Matt Joyce singled home the game-winner with the bases loaded in the bottom of the 10th inning on Monday as the Tampa Bay Rays beat the Boston Red Sox 4-3 to split a four-game series.

Buffalo Bills defensive back Corey Graham has been named a team captain.

NFL Roundup: UNH product Corey Graham named a captain by Bills

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The Buffalo Bills named their team captains Monday, but starting quarterback EJ Manuel was not one of the six players.

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