The only question worth asking in Division I girls’ basketball this season is the same one circling the league the last two seasons: Who is going to put an end to Bishop Guertin of Nashua’s reign of dominance?
MERRIMACK — School officials are exploring the possibility of providing athletes with bus transportation to all practices and games within town, a luxury that is not currently available to all high school sports teams.
LACONIA — Although the Campbell High School boys’ soccer team had no luck trying to score in regulation or overtime, the Cougars had no trouble scoring when Wednesday night’s Division III semifinal against Belmont went to penalty kicks.
LACONIA — The Stevens of Claremont girls’ soccer team scored two late first-half goals and held off Campbell of Litchfield to earn a 2-1 victory in the NHIAA Division III semifinals Tuesday at Bank of New Hampshire Stadium.
BEDFORD — Windham High had spent the season rolling through Division I in its first year in the top division in the Granite State, but Winnacunnet of Hampton has been rolling through the division for a decade and flexed its muscle once more on Sunday.
Judd Alexander picked a heck of a time for his first varsity goal. The senior tallied the game-winning strike in No. 3 Hanover’s 2-1 Division I boys’ soccer quarterfinal win over No. 11 Salem on Sunday in Hanover.
The Manchester Central girls’ soccer team helped its push for a top Division I playoff seed with a 3-0 win over host Concord on Thursday. Paige LaBerge and Erin Flurey posted first-half scores while Maddy Tremblay capped the scoring for the Little Green (8-2) in the second half. Keeper Jess …
Erin Kelly registered nine kills and two blocks for Exeter in a 3-1 win over Pinkerton on Wednesday in Division I girls’ volleyball play in Derry. Amelia Graves had 14 kills and 24 digs while Ella Koelb logged 14 service points and five aces for Pinkerton. The Astros also received seven kill…
EXETER — If you checked the standings prior to Monday’s Division I girls’ soccer match between Exeter and Pinkerton, you would’ve expected a back-and-forth affair. That notion didn’t sit well with the Blue Hawks.
Meg Girardet saved the day for the John Stark of Weare field hockey in Monday’s 2-1 overtime home triumph over Pembroke. Girardet scored both goals for the Generals (4-6), inclduing the game-winning score with 54 seconds left in overtime. The game-winner came on a one-on-one chance after a l…
LONDONDERRY - Big plays, including two gigantic ones on special teams by Jake Holland, put the Londonderry High football team in command early on its way to a 35-23 victory over Windham High on Saturday afternoon at Lancer Park.
The Campbell High School football team shut out Trinity of Manchester in the fourth quarter and received touchdowns from Keegan Mills and Adam Breton to earn a 30-18 home victory in a key Division III battle on Saturday.
BEDFORD — Bedford High School’s Harrison LeGoullon lost control of the football after a 24-yard gain in the third quarter of Friday night’s game against Manchester Central. The ball fell forward into the hands of Bedford running back Ryan Toscano, who carried it 15 yards into the end zone.
DERRY — The Salem High football team took the lead right before halftime and drained the clock in the second half to earn a 15-14 victory over previously unbeaten Pinkerton Academy Friday night at Memorial Field.
Jaymeson Maheux ran the opening kickoff back for 83 yard touchdown, and then scored three more times on the ground as Manchester West demolished ConVal of Peterborough 55-6 on Friday night in Manchester.
LONDONDERRY — Derek Dane said the Londonderry High girls’ soccer team has a tradition of taking a step back after its rivalry game with Pinkerton Academy during his years at the helm of the Lancers. The fact that Londonderry has found strength after a loss to Pinkerton should not be lost on …
A WEEK AGO, the ability to pressure the quarterback was one of the main reasons Nashua North was able to hand Manchester Central its first loss of the season. The Titans showed a variety of defensive fronts, blitzed often and recorded five sacks in their 34-27 triumph.
YOU KNEW what you were getting when the Pembroke Academy boys’ soccer team hit the pitch last season. The consistency and skill the Spartans put forth was on another level compared with most teams in Division II, making it no surprise when they emerged with a D-II title by season’s end.
Ryan Sledjeski and David Kosky scored two goals each, leading the Bedford High boys’ soccer team past Goffstown 4-1 on Tuesday at Bulldog Stadium. Matthew Flanagan, James Poschmann, Ryan Belhumeur and Kosky had the assists for Bedford (8-1). Goffstownh is 2-6-1.
MANCHESTER — Cycles are common in high school sports. Teams take the good with the bad, and that’s exactly what the Trinity High boys’ soccer team has done coming into this season, winning just seven games combined over the last two years in Division II after three consecutive seasons with a…