NASHUA — Despite the decent weather that was present at Holman Stadium for much of Wednesday afternoon, the Nashua South baseball team seemed intent on sending fans home early because of the 10-run mercy rule.
NASHUA — Forty-eight hours after it began, the ending turned into a marathon of sorts. Merrimack and Nashua North renewed acquaintances after the start of this tilt was suspended after three innings due to heavy rain and poor field conditions on Monday.
Wednesday’s NHIAA Division I softball game between Windham and Manchester Memorial was played between the Hedges. Dave Hedge is Windham’s head coach, and his daughter, Rachel Hedge-Dahmke, is in her second season at Memorial’s head coach.
Ryan Bourque tossed a one-hitter to lead the Timberlane baseball team to a 10-0, six-inning, mercy-rule victory over Trinity of Manchester in the season opener for both Division I teams on Wednesday in Plaistow.
By midway through the season, Pinkerton Academy of Derry girls’ basketball coach Lani Buskey knew what she could expect from senior Brooke Kane each game: at least 20 points and probably a double-double.
DURHAM — For the third time this season, the Exeter High boys’ basketball team handled Salem. The first two wins were building blocks toward a good season, but Saturday’s triumph over the Blue Devils was one the Blue Hawks have waited 42 years for.
DURHAM — The second quarter couldn’t have gone much better for the Pembroke Academy boys’ basketball team, and those eight minutes pretty much determined the outcome of Saturday’s Division II championship game.
ENDING A 42-year title drought was something special for the Exeter High boys’ basketball team on Saturday in Durham. Making the feat even sweeter was helping end a personal titleless run for Exeter coach Jeff Holmes.
The Exeter High unified basketball team captured its third consecutive state title in Saturday’s 46-29 championship game win over Berlin at UNH’s Lundholm Gymnasium. A 17-0 run in the second quarter made the difference for the Blue Hawks, who ended up allowing just two points in that second frame.
DURHAM — Division I boys’ basketball teams knew what was coming when they saw Salem High on the schedule this season. The Blue Devils might not blow you away offensively, but their defense would be game for whatever an opponent threw at them.
Jackson Cox’s third-chance putback with 4.5 seconds to go capped Londonderry’s late charge to a 42-40 win over Winnacunnet of Hampton in a Division I boys’ basketball quarterfinal Friday night at Londonderry High.
MANCHESTER — Sophomore Owen Roberto provided both goals, including the overtime game-winner, for the Bedford High School boys’ hockey team in its 2-1 NHIAA Division I semifinal victory over Concord at JFK Coliseum.
MANCHESTER — The Somersworth High boys’ basketball team had its eyes locked in on repeating as Division III champion since the onset of this season. Nobody is questioning what that can of focus can do after Wednesday night.
Dhruv Migliani knocked down a buzzer-beating three-pointer to give 13th-seeded Hollis/Brookline a 46-45 win over No. 5 Pelham in a Division II boys’ basketball first-round upset Wednesday night in Pelham.
A week after taking third place in the 113-pound weight class at the NHIAA Division I High School Wrestling Championships, Manchester Central senior Cameron Sweezy capped his final varsity season by matching that accomplishment at New Hampshire’s Meet of Champions.
Manchester Central’s Hannah Autenrieth hit two free throws with three seconds remaining in regulation to force overtime and the eighth-seeded Little Green went on to post a 58-54 victory over ninth-seeded Goffstown in the first round of the Division I girls’ basketball tournament Wednesday n…
Pembroke Jr. Spartans and Cheer will host information nights for all Allenstown, Epsom, Hooksett, Chichester and Pembroke students, sponsored by the Pembroke Friends of Football and Cheer. Cheer is open to ages 7 through 14; and football is for grades 5 through 8.
Perhaps no wrestler left Saturday’s NHIAA Meet of Champions more frustrated than Bishop Guertin High School’s Dan Franco, a Manchester resident who dropped a 6-5 decision to Concord’s Isaac Gladey in the 170-pound final.
Shawna Lesmeries scored 11 points in a defense-oriented game, leading the Derryfield School girls’ basketball team to a 32-21 victory over Newmarket in an NHIAA Divsion IV first-round tournament contest on Monday in Manchester.