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Boston guard Marcus Smart goes in for a dunk as Brooklyn guard Alan Anderson looks on during the second quarter of Boston's 121-105 win at TD Garden on Wednesday.

Rondo paces balanced Celtics attack in season-opening win

Rajon Rondo, who missed the exhibition slate with a broken hand suffered in a household fall, scored 13 points, dished out 12 assists and grabbed seven rebounds to lead his team to a 121-105 rout of the Brooklyn Nets in the opener for both teams Wednesday night.

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Pinkerton's Kaylie DeCosmo battles Keene's Christie Buyer during their teams'Division I field hockey semifinal game in Exeter on Wednesday.

NHIAA Div. I Field Hockey: Winnacunnet, Pinkerton march to final

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Goals by sophomore Abby Merrill and senior Megan Chase paved Winnacunnet's way to the Division I field hockey final with a 2-1 win over Timberlane in Wednesday night's semifinals at Bill Ball...

NHIAA Tournament Roundup: Dubreuil nets lone goal for Derryfield

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Andrew Dubreuil collected a rebound that banged off the post and scored the only goal of the game in the 18th minute to lead fourth-ranked Derryfield School of Manchester to a 1-0 win against...

Report: Cubs will hire Joe Maddon as manager

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The Chicago Cubs appear on the verge of shocking the baseball world with the hiring of manager Joe Maddon.

Rollinsford's Hill has goals in mind

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Rollinsford's Rachel Hill followed up her summer as a member of the Under-20 U.S. Women's National Team with an explosive start to her second season with the University of Connecticut women's soccer...

NHIAA Girls' Soccer Tournament: Bedford, Exeter on Div. I collision course

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Usually the defending champion has the target on its back when tournament time rolls around. Bedford is that team in the Division I girls' soccer tournament, but Bulldogs head coach Michelle Winning...

College Football: Big Green ready for tussle with Harvard

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Dartmouth head football coach Buddy Teevens is preparing his team for the program's biggest game since 1997.

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The Manchester Monarchs routed Portland, 5-2, and sent 5,939 fans home happy Friday night in their home opener at Verizon Wireless Arena.

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Gabi Brummett racked up five goals Friday in Hinsdale for a total of 56 on the season in a 6-0 Derryfield girls' soccer victory over Hinsdale.

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Road wins don't come easy and that's why Pinkerton coach Kerry Boles was elated with the team's 3-0 Division I boys soccer decision against host Keene Tuesday. Both teams are now 9-5-1.

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