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IMEC sits atop the standings with a perfect 8-0 record

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Hanson’s Automotive 7, Calvary Lock & Key 0 When Calvary managed to get a runner to third in the second inning, they didn’t know that it would be the high point of this game for them. Likewise, Woody Woodward’s charges didn’t think that the three ...

Long ball propels Silver Knights past Mavericks, 13-9

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PORTSMOUTH – The home run may have cost the Nashua Silver Knights in their season opener at Leary Field, but it helped them win in their second road game versus the Seacoast Mavericks on Sunday. Ben Bengston hit a three-run homer in the third while Tyler Schwanz smacked a grand slam ...

R.E.Y.E.S. Family Field Day registration still open

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The annual Kendall R.E.Y.E.S. Family Field Day (Re-Engaging Youth through Exercise and Sport) will be held on Saturday, June 13, from 9:30 a.m.-1 p.m. at the Boys and Girls Club of Nashua. Reyes, a former standout at Nashua High School North and the University of Connecticut, is entering his ...

Nashua Silver Knights top Seacoast Mavericks in FCBL

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NASHUA – Matt Fortin was surprised to see starting pitcher Ryan Moloney deliver in the Nashua Silver Knights home opener on Friday night. Fortin caught Moloney, who is out of Londonderry and UMass Amherst, when they were teammates on a summer AAU team a couple of years ...

Nashua Silver Knights set for Holman Stadium opener

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NASHUA – Nashua Silver Knights president Tim Bawmann was talking to a client of the Knights’ sister team he also runs, the Single A Lowell Spinners. Besides what he was doing with the Spinners, the client also wanted to purchase an outfield billboard at Holman ...

Fortin ready to get started

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NASHUA – The Nashua Silver Knights reported for duty for the first time on Monday, but the visit to Holman Stadium was a special time for one player in particular. It had been over two years since former Nashua High School North catcher Matt Fortin stepped onto the field at Holman. ...

Ted Currle ready for another summer of fun in Nashua

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It’s Ted Time. In other words, it’s the time of year when Ted Currle comes to town. Currle is the class act that is the Nashua Silver Knights manager, beginning his second year, and Monday he’s greeting his new players for the 2015 season. The first workout is ...

Nashua Cal Ripken baseball action heating up

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BASEBALL Nashua Cal Ripken MAJORS Giants 14, Cardinals 1 Josh Lentz went 3 for 4 with two home runs and seven RBIs, while pitcher Spencer Champagne tossed five innings of one-hit shutout ball, walking one. Jeff Lugo had the Cards’ lone hit. Diamondbacks 8, Athletics 3 Alex ...

Greater Nashua Senior Softball heating up

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Jok’s Auto Sales 10, M&N Sports 4 When Jok’s batters touched M&N pitching for five runs on six hits in the first inning, they might not have known it, but they already had enough to win. The usually steady bats of skipper George Mosnicka’s Sportsmen ...

Logano, New Hampshire Motor Speedway celebrate 25 years

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NASHUA – Joey Logano still remembers his first trip to New Hampshire Motor Speedway in 1997. He remembers at 7 years old traveling in a camper from his Middletown, Conn., home to Loudon with his parents for race weekend. He remembers sitting just past the finish line near Turn One, ...

Nashua sees plenty of roster turnover

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B.J. Neverett’s cell phone rings and there’s, as usual, a college coach on the other line. Does he have room on the Nashua Silver Knights roster? There’s this kid who’s looking for a spot. “I’ve been wanting this kid for a ...

Now at summer’s doorstep

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Monday is the day that, a few months ago, you thought would never arrive: Memorial Day, the unofficial start of summer. A week from next Friday is the day you really thought would never arrive: June 5, the Holman Stadium opener of the Nashua Silver Knights season. It’s been a long ...

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May 15Pine Street Eatery 14, Hanson’s Automotive 4 Tied after one, Pine Street went on a tear scoring in every inning but the last. Perhaps the only highlight for manager Woody Woodward’s car guys was a great catch made by Boh Buczynski of a shot by Rob Rich to end the ...