New Hampshire won the Shrine Maple Sugar Bowl on Saturday for the first time in four years, defeating Vermont 21-9 in the 66th edition of the annual all-star game in Castleton. Vt.
New Hampshire leads the series 48-16-2, but has lost the last three games.
Windham quarterback Cody Potter gave New Hampshire a 7-0 lead with a 7-yard TD run. Vermont made it 7-3 just before halftime on a Noah Crossman 43-yard field goal.
Kingswood's Cameron Mann scored on an 8-yard run early in the fourth quarter to put New Hampshire up 14-3. Vermont came right back with a Ryan Moore to Jake Baker 40-yard scoring strike. The two-point conversion failed, making the score 14-9.
Potter's second TD, a quarterback sneak 2-yard run with 5:34 to go, put New Hampshire in command