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March Madness can be painful for the defeated

It’s maddening, it really is. The close calls, upsets and a few blowouts. Like life, nothing is guaranteed in The Big Dance. Hudson native Caleb … Full story    

Nashua South High School coach Shawn Connors takes over youth hockey program

NASHUA – Is he a white knight, skating in to the rescue? Perhaps; but there is certainly a method to what also may be perceived … Full story    

Alvirne High School alum Caleb Donnelly reflects on March Madness experience

Caleb Donnelly is all about beating the odds. Whether it was leading Alvirne High School to the New Hampshire Interscholastic Athletic Association Division I Boys … Full story    
Updated 23 hours ago

Eagles off to a better start this spring

Bill Cosentino gathered his Daniel Webster College men’s lacrosse players together at the start of the season and asked how many worked on their game … Full story    
Updated 2 days ago

Thinking shootouts, pass rush, Old Orchard Beach while thawing out

Hey, has anybody seen spring? Local high school athletic directors have made it clear that spring will not have sprung anytime soon as far as … Full story    
Published:  March 23, 2015

Boston University, UMass Lowell in Hockey East finals

BOSTON – The UMass Lowell River Hawks and Boston University will square off for the Hockey East championship Saturday night. The University of New Hampshire … Full story    
Published:  March 21, 2015

Rivier University baseball on mission for winning season

NASHUA – The Rivier University baseball team is mad as heck and it won’t take it any more. “We’re sick and tired of losing,” Raiders … Full story    
Published:  March 19, 2015

Boston Red Sox put big-time bet on Yoan Moncada

Floating down a lonesome stream of consciousness, pondering the odds of any high school baseball games happening in April and if they are better than … Full story    
Published:  March 15, 2015

Outdoor Notebook: Pocket knife, two bits and daydreams of springtime past

Surviving the Winter of 2015 might get you a single merit badge and a slew of snowdrift memories to pass on down to the younger … Full story    
Published:  March 15, 2015

New Hampshire high school hockey tourney a great take

Bishop Guertin High School boys hockey coach Gary Bishop looked around the dressing room prior to the start of the dramatic second overtime of Wednesday … Full story    
Published:  March 14, 2015

Undefeated! Banghart, Princeton women finish off regular season 30-0

PHILADELPHIA – The Princeton Tigers capped off a perfect regular season with a hard-fought victory over their rival. When the final buzzer sounded, Courtney Banghart … Full story    
Published:  March 11, 2015

Donnelly, Northeastern beats William & Mary 72-61 to win CAA title

BALTIMORE – Perhaps sometime in the future, William & Mary will be able to cut down the nets to celebrate after winning the conference title … Full story    
Published:  March 11, 2015

Goulet feeling good about DWC baseball program

Daniel Webster College coach Nate Goulet is a big believer in team chemistry. Lucky for him and the Eagles, they are able to add a … Full story    
Published:  March 10, 2015
College Basketball

Albany holds off New Hampshire 60-58 in America East semi

ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) – Peter Hooley scored 21 points, Evan Singletary added 18 and top-seeded Albany held on to defeat fourth-seeded New Hampshire 60-58 on … Full story    
Published:  March 8, 2015

Trying to focus on more than Pats, Revis

Here are some tids and bits to keep you occupied while we wait to see what happens with the New England Patriots and Darrelle Revis: … Full story    
Published:  March 8, 2015

Rivier University men’s basketball team looks ahead

NASHUA – Dave Morissette had a strange feeling early last week. There were no practices to schedule. He wasn’t preparing his Rivier University men’s basketball … Full story    
Published:  March 3, 2015

No high school hockey for Nashua North, South – no way

Welcome March! Actually, it’s more like good riddance February, and here’s a few comings, goings, and stayings to talk about locally, and regionally, especially on … Full story    
Published:  March 2, 2015