High Schools

Exeter tops South

Exeter 2, Nashua South 1 RECORDS: NS 0-4-2, Exe 1-4-0 SCORING: Owen McNulty (assisted by Jacob Galgay and Steve Saucier) on the power play. SAVES: AJ Bender made 20 saves in net for the Panthers. OTHER HIGHLIGHTS: South put 16 shots on net in the third period, but came up empty handed ...

North Boys Claim First, South Girls, Boys third

North Boys Claim First, South Girls, Boys third LOCAL WINNERS: The Nashua North boys got strong performances from the 200 Medley Relay team, as they took first place in a time of 1:54:93. Team members included Nico Laborera, Bryan Laborera, Oliver French, and Connor Mullaly. Laborera ...

Merrimack takes three points from Laconia, Sanborn, and Raymond

Merrimack takes three points from Laconia, Sanborn, and Raymond OTHER HIGHLIGHTS: Junior Zack Ammodio led Merrimack with a two game total of 405. Fellow juniors Drew Halpin and Ethan Brodell bowled a 356 and a 317 respectively. Senior Parker O’Brien rolled a 273 and Sophomore Matt ...

North Boys take fourth at Dartmouth Relays

BOYS SCORES: 1. La Salle Academy 54, 2. Cambridge Rindge and Latin 28, 3. Bishop Hendricken 28, 4. Nashua North 27, 5. Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake 22 LOCAL WINNERS: Zakari Jenkins won the 300m dash in a time of 36.06. In the 4x200m relay, the team of William Goulding, Chad Saint-Amant, ...

North finishes second at Chelmsford Tournament

North Places Second at Chelmsford The Titans took home second place honors at the Chelmsford Tournament, which fielded 17 teams from New Hampshire, Maine, Massachusetts, and Rhode Island. Local winners for North included; Cole Nickerson (106) fourth place, Marcel Laplante (113) first ...

Bishop Guertin splits three team meet

Concord 47, Bishop Guertin 15; Bishop Guertin 42, Con-Val 18 TEAM RECORDS: BG 4-3 LOCAL WINNERS: Jacob Bue (106), Jordan Rowlette (113), Dylan Brown (132), Brandon Levesque (138), Derek Lawton (145), Pat Sands (170), and Peter Chrisafides (285).

Nashua South hockey program sees positive signs

Eric Momnie managed a smile Monday, even though his Nashua High School South hockey team had just lost to rival Nashua North by a 6-1 margin. “We’re so close,” he said. “So close, and just have to keep pushing.” He may be right. The Panthers ...

Souhegan sweeps Milford in boys/girls hoop twinbill

AMHERST – Mike Heaney couldn’t help but reflect when asked about his team’s slow start to Friday’s game. The Souhegan High School girls basketball team trailed Milford 11-2 early in the second quarter, and was struggling mightily to score, rebound and ...

Alvirne edges out Memorial

Alvirne 79, Manchester Memorial 78 The Broncos improved their overall record to 3-2 after topping the Crusaders by a lone point. Offensively, Alex Wetmore and Sam Bonney-Liles carried the Broncos, as the duo combined for 40 of the team’s 79 points. Both also controlled the boards, ...

Bishop Guertin Boys, Girls take third place at Crotched

Boys Scores: Keene 386, Concord 375, Bishop Guertin 370, Spaulding 349 TOP LOCAL PERFORMERS: 1. Andrew McCrossan (1:21.93), 10. Jake O’Donnell (1:34.56), 14. Matt Szyszlo (1:39.26), 19. Charlie Hemmenway (1:45.63), 24. David Barry (1:47.53), 27. Joseph Earley (1:51.77), 31. Austin ...

Hollis Brookline tops Con-Val

Hollis Brookline 71, Con-Val 53 The Cavalier offensive attack was very balanced, as nine players total got onto the score sheet. Leading the way with 17 points was Matt Fothergill and closely following him was Logan Blake with 13. Dan Bentall and Ryan Papineau also played well in the win, ...

Nashua South, Bishop Guertin hockey play to 3-3 draw

TYNGSBOROUGH, Mass. – Wednesday night’s 3-3 overtime tie between the Nashua High School South and Bishop Guertin hockey teams was a tale of not one, not two, but three games in one. There was the Panthers’ cashing in on two power plays that helped them to a 3-0 ...

Bishop Guertin boys hoop races past Exeter

NASHUA – Wednesday’s boys basketball game at Bishop Guertin High School had the potential for an exciting, back-and-forth contest. But then the second quarter happened. The Cardinals outscored Exeter 16-2 in the second quarter, ending the first half on a 14-0 run to cruise ...

No rust on Nashua South boys hoop as it tops Concord

NASHUA – After a layoff of 11 days, the Nashua High School South boys basketball team figured it would have fresh legs by the time it got to the fourth quarter Wednesday against Concord. Turned out, it didn’t matter. The Panthers went on a 13-0 run in 90 seconds early in ...

Milford wrestling tops ConVal

Milford wrestling Kyle Faucher-Clancy’s 6-4 victory over Josh Curran highlighted the Spartans’ 55-13 triumph against ConVal of Peterborough on Thursday. The Spartans will host Bedford on Jan. 15 at 6 p.m.

Alvirne hockey tops Winnacunnet

Alvirne 3, Winnacunnet 2 Goalie Cam Richall had 30 saves and Pat DeVito had a pair of power play goals as the Broncos posted their first Division II win of the season Thursday. Cam Blake had a short-handed goal for the Broncos and Trevor Perrone had an assist.

Gendron lifts Merrimack boys basketball past Alvirne in second OT

MERRIMACK – Eric Gendron isn’t fazed by pressure. So when it came time for him to put the Merrimack High School boys basketball team on his back, he relaxed and delivered. With the game tied at 60 and the second overtime winding down, Gendron came off a screen at the top of ...

OR holds off Souhegan

AMHERST – The Souhegan High School boys baskbetball team was dressed for success in class on Tuesday, but success did not come its way by night. The Sabers are still looking for win number one of the season after a 41-37 Division II loss to Oyster River that started out ...

Campbell girls basketball crushes Conant

LITCHFIELD – It was clear from the start that Tuesday night’s matchup of Division III girls basketball unbeatens was not going to play out as scripted. A tight game every meeting the last few years, Campbell High School went on a 15-0 run to open things and never looked ...

Late run lifts Windham boys hoop over Hollis Brookline

HOLLIS – Mike Soucy stood at the end of the bleachers and let out a long sigh, answering the question 30 seconds before saying anything. “It’s frustrating,” the Hollis Brookline High School boys basketball coach said, “but I know how good we ...