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As Derek Jeter fades away, Bucky Dent makes a cameo

Local Sports

Just when Red Sox fans start hoping that the memory of his career (bleeping) moment can be forgotten, Bucky Dent pops out of the shadows. Dent’s cameo in the Derek Jeter Farewell Tour came Monday before 700 New Yorkers, who paid between $150 and $2,000 for quality time spent with the ...

Daniel Webster College hockey programs preparing for season

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It was nearly eight months ago that the Daniel Webster College athletic department announced its biggest, boldest move yet: converting men’s club ice hockey into varsity and also adding varsity women’s ice hockey, all for the 2014-15 school year. There is no change in that ...

McMorrow, Rogers lead Milford past Derryfield

High Schools

Nicole McMorrow and Cora Rogers scored two goals each to lead Milford past Derryfield 5-1. Madison Gagnon chipped in with a goal of her own, while Kelsey Poulter (two assists), Olivia Mabbett (two assists) and Lauren Dishong (one assist) also played well on the offensive end. Kaitlyn Nelson ...

Wilton-Lyndeborough tops Portsmouth Christian

High Schools

Lorrie Blais scored one goal and assisted on two more to lead Wilton-Lyndeborough to a 4-1 win over Portsmouth Christian Academy. Dani Bird and Kelsey Randlett scored one and assisted on another, while Chelsea Barnes also added a goal in the Warriors’ win. PCA scored its lone goal on ...

Merrimack still unbeaten with win over Memorial

High Schools

Jen Coffey recorded 14 kills, 10 digs and three blocks to pace Merrimack’s attack in a 25-16, 25-7, 25-4 victory over Manchester Memorial. Jo Coffey (five aces, six digs, 31 assists), Katie Flynn (five aces, seven digs, six kills) and Elise Jolly (two aces, eight digs and five kills) ...

Souhegan drops match in Portsmouth

High Schools

Sam Allen (one ace, five digs, eight kills), Oksana Clay (one ace, three digs, 14 assists) and Juliane Donahue (one ace, two blocks, five kills) were strong on the court despite Souhegan’s 25-12, 25-18, 25-20 loss to Portsmouth.

Ethier earns medalist honors in BG’s sweep on the links

High Schools

Bishop Guertin used the medalist finish of Tommy Ethier to beat Dover (196-203) and Spaulding (196-223) at Cocheco Country Club (Par 35) in Dover. Ethier shot a 1-over par 36 on the day, while Ryan Montbleau (38), Cam Sheedy (38), Morgan DiPasquale (42) and Chelsea Sedlar (42) also had strong ...

Campbell’s Costillo nets game-winner in double-OT

High Schools

Matt Gagne stopped two of five shots he faced, allowing Campbell to force two overtimes in a 3-2 win over Bishop Brady in Concord. Campbell took 21 shots on net, but needed double-overtime to beat Bishop Brady 3-2 in Concord. Trailing by one in the first half, Luis Costillo tied the game ...

Camacho powers Bishop Guertin past Memorial

High Schools

Heather Camacho scored two first-half goals to propel Bishop Guertin over Manchester Memorial 4-1. Kate Bradford and Carly Caveny added one goal each for the Cardinals (4-4). Kelly Mahoney (four saves) and Great Reilly (two saves) combined for win in net, while Crusaders keeper Kendy Gutierrez ...

He will always be ‘Big Mac’

Local Sports

The press box at Stellos Stadium hasn’t been the same the last couple of years. The place really came alive when Tom MacDonald walked into the box. The Big Mac. That’s what yours truly would call him on the numerous high school football broadcasts we did over the years on ...

Keene blanks Nashua North

High Schools

The Titans were shut out by the Blackbirds in a Division I game at Keene. Jessie Schuyler made 10 saves for North (1-6), while Keene got goals from Emma Ewald and Christine Buyer.

Timberlane keeps BG winless, 5-1

High Schools

Ryan McGaughey scored Bishop Guertin’s lone goal, assisted by Kurt Rockstrom, as the Cards dropped to 0-7 on the year. BG keeper Mike Rinko had 17 saves while playing well defensively in front of him were Bailey Custeau and Cam Holdsworth.

Nashua North edges Keene, 1-0

High Schools

Shayne Seidl scored the game’s only goal on an unassisted header midway through the second half at Stellos Stadium as the Titans improved to 5-2. Brett LeBlanc had five saves in goal for North, while also playing well for the Titans were Gabe Ochoa, Jack Stone and Andrei Jungkman.

Jackson leads Hollis Brookline win

High Schools

Cavalier Cameron Jackson finished first overall in 18:55 as Hollis Brookline (16 points) took five of the first six spots for the win over St. Thomas (53) and Manchester West (75). Adam McQuilkin was second in 19:13, followed by Joel DeLong (third, 19:39), Ryan St. Hilaire, fourth, 19:40), and ...

St. Thomas edges Hollis Brookline, 26-30

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Madyline Partridge led the Cavaliers with a third place finish in 23:37, followed by teammate Lauren Cole in fourth at 23:41, Other top Cavalier finishers were Megan Cramton (sixth, 23:54), Emma Brusseo, ninth, 25:38 and Sarah Bonta, 10th in 26:09. St. Thomas’ Melissa Hiatt (21:53) ...

Merrimack falls short vs. Londonderry, 3-1

High Schools

Dylan Richardson scored the lone goal, unassisted, for the Tomahawks, who fell to 3-5. Austen Thomson had four saves in net while also playing well were midfielder Steven Sexton, forward Owen Tracey, forward Zach Curran, and back Matt Coburn.

Shiels leads Hollis Brookline

High Schools

Jack Shields shot a personal best two-under 33 at Windham Country Club as the Cavaliers (204) finished behind Windham (201) but ahead of Trinity (230) and Merrimack Valley (263). Other top HB scorers were Cory Quinn (40), David Walsh (42), Josh Farmer (44) and Pat MacDonald (45).

Nashua North gets two wins

High Schools

Mike Jensen’s 35 and a 36 from Brandon Gillis paced the Titans (193) to wins over Manchester Memorial (198) and Londonderry (207) at Green Meadow Golf Club. Tom Hyland (36), Brennan Kastens (42) and Brian Provencher (44) also helped out as North is now 11-5.

Merrimack splits tri match

High Schools

The Tomahawks (226) bowed to Bedford (194) but downed Timberlane (234) at Manchester Country Club to stand at 2-10. Brennan Gillis led the Tomahawks with a 40 while Zak Kerr and Nick Edgeworth each had a 44. Jon Dinsmore and Jake Chambers followed with a 49 each. Bedford’s Ryan Brown ...