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Warriors’ Duffy enjoys long weekend as Decathlon champ

NASHUA – Oliver Duffy, by his own words, had a long weekend. But a productive one. That's because the Winnacunnet High School senior was crowned the 67th annual New Hampshire Decathlon champion Sunday at Nashua South's Fran Tate Track. “The weekend was very, very, very, very, very very, ...

Newport’s Lovely knocks down Heptathlon door for win

NASHUA – She'd been knocking on the New Hampshire Heptathlon door the last couple of years. This past weekend, Newport's Maddox Lovely finally pushed it down. Lovely, who was third last year, was pretty much the wire to wire winner in the 47th annual Heptathlon Sunday at Nashua South's ...

South’s Schnyer close in Decathlon; Warriors’ Duffy leads Heptathlon

NASHUA – There is a local well within striking distance in the 67th annual New Hampshire Decathlon. Say hello to Nashua High School South's Ethan Schnyer, who totaled 3,058 points, just behind Winnacunnet's Oliver Duffy, who has 3,195 in the top spot after five events. Phillips Exeter's Dan ...

Nashua South’s Somorrostro repeats as Gatorade POY

NASHUA -- Nashua High School South's Santi Somorrostro will be headed to UMass Lowell in the fall to play soccer, and he'll be bringing some hardware with him. Gatorade announced on Friday that for the second year in a row, the Nashua South All-American, who helped lead the Panthers to ...

NH Decathlon/Heptathlon should be wide open this weekend

NASHUA – There will be no repeat winners in this weekend's 67th annual New Hampshire Decathalon and 47th Heptathlon at Nashua High School South. No, two-time defending champion Conant's Ben Sawyer won't be competing, according to event officials, and defending Hepthathlon champ Isabella ...

CHAMPIONS, PART 1: Cards put Bedford talk to rest, 15-12

EXETER – There was only a day or two in the last six weeks that Bishop Guertin High School boys lacrosse coach Chris Cameron hadn't mentioned the Bulldogs of Bedford. Now, he can stop talking about them. The 'Dogs were keenly on his mind, and he wanted to keep them on his players minds ever ...