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Wilton escapes upset to advance

Wilton-Lyndeborough 7, Canaan-Pittsburg 6 The long ball helped the Warriors escape a possible upset, as Wilton rallied from down 4-0 to advance to the quarterfinals. Sarah Holka was 3 for 3 at the plate and had the first home run that brough the score to 4-1. In the circle Holka went all ...

No.2 Pinkerton Eliminates Hollis Brookline

The Cavaliers season came to an end as they fell to No. 2 Pinkerton, 18-3. The Hollis-Brookline defense kept the Astros off the board for the first 20 minutes before the opposition exploded. Maggie MacCarthy led the winners with 5 goals. Katie Tighe, Mariah Passamonte and Regan Burns each ...

Hollis Brookline eliminated by Windham

Windham 12, Hollis Brookline 6 Ashley Skey took the loss for the Cavs, going all seven innings. At the plate Skey was 2 for 3 with a two run home run. Natalie Paquin was 2 for 4 with a run scored and Steph Buchanan went 3 for 4 with an RBI. Hollis Brookline finishes the season with a 6-11 ...

Milford edges out Kennett to advance

Milford 2, Kennett 1 Delaney Parker was outstanding for the Spartans, as she went all seven innings, scattering three hits, striking out nine, and allowing just one run. At the plate, Parker was 1 for 2 with a walk. Milford picked up both of their runs in the fourth inning, with the game ...

Top-Seeded Sabers Get Easy Win Over Memorial

The top-seeded Sabers got scoring from nine different players as they easily topped No. 8 Manchester Memorial, 20-5. Madison Learned had a big game for Souhegan, scoring five goals to go along with her four assists. Mickenzie Larivee netted four goals and teammate Jesse Jay added three goals ...

Minear Pitches Gem, Leads Merrimack to Upset Win

Catlin Minear pitched a complete-game gem to lead No. 11 Merrimack past No. 6 Manchester Central, 6-2. The junior pitcher allowed only one earned run in the outing. Brittany Camara led the way offensively for the Tomahawks, compiling three hits and three runs scored. Renee LeClaire scored a ...

Salem eliminates North

Salem 10, Nashua North 3 Hannah Neverett had two hits and scored two runs, while also playing excellent defense in the defeat. In the circle Brittany Wheeler went the distance, walking two and striking out two. With the loss the Titans are eliminated from the Division I tournament and finish ...

Hanover eliminates Merrimack

Hanover 19, Merrimack 6 Dana Mendes led all Tomahawks with a four goal performance. Julia Perry added one goal and one assist, while Courtney Duffy added another goal. In net, Steph Sylvester made five stops. Merrimack finishes their year with a 7-9 record. “Worked hard all season ...

High school teams that can’t go .500 should be out of postseason

It’s not my intention to beat a dead horse. In fact, I would never harm an animal unless in self defense – that fisher cat in our backyard better be on notice. So should the New Hampshire Interscholastic Athletic Association. It’s seriously time to stop worrying ...

Mac Martin has been strong leader for Merrimack High School lacrosse

MERRIMACK – Mac Martin was just getting ready to start his junior year of lacrosse at Merrimack High School when coach Brian Miller had to talk to him about something. Last spring, the first-year head coach of the Tomahawks had asked the players to vote on captains before the season ...

Milford boys lacrosse team sees Hollis Brookline again

The Milford High School boys lacrosse team is in the Division III playoffs for the first time in nine years. What do the Spartans get as a reward? They get a preliminary-round date with Hollis Brookline, who beat Milford twice already during the regular season. The teams will meet for a third ...

Warriors rally in doubles to eliminate South

By TOM KING Staff Writer NASHUA - There's a rule that Nashua High School South girls tennis coach Gigi Ferris always follows in a close match. "You always want to win that fifth singles," she said, "because you never know what can happen in doubles." The ...

Division II track championship results

DIVISION II TRACK CHAMPIONSHIP At Pelham High School BOYS Team results: 1. Lebanon 88; 2. Portsmouth 84; 3. Souhegan 82; 4. Coe-Brown 40; 5. Milford 38; 6. Oyster River 26; 7. Pelham 24; T8. Sanborn, Merrimack Valley, Kingswood 21; 11. ConVal 20; 12. Plymouth 18; 13. Stevens 17; 14. ...

Underclassmen lead Milford to 2nd

PELHAM – When the Milford High School girls track team finished second at the Division II championship meet a year ago, it was on the backs of a couple of seniors with support from a lot of freshmen. This year, those underclassmen stepped on the big stage and brought home another ...

Local teams face challenges at Division II, III track meets

There could be a lot of local high school athletes taking home some hardware from Saturday’s Division II and III outdoor track championships. As for the team competition, well, that’s more of a stretch. While Souhegan, Milford and Hollis Brookline should have some of the ...

Cavs Resume Rain-Shortened Game, Fall to St. Thomas

On Tuesday, the Cavaliers allowed ten runs in the first inning before their contest against St. Thomas was postponed due to inclement weather. When the teams picked up in the second inning on Saturday, Hollis-Brookline came out swinging. Still, the defecit proved to be too much to overcome as ...

Campbell Boys Finish Fifth, Girls Eighth at DIII Championship

The Campbell boys finished in fifth place among 27 teams at the Division III Track and Field Championships in Meredith. Kearsarge finished as the champion with 73 points while the Cougars compiled a respectable 41.5 points. Sean Munnelly led Campbell with a victory in the 800-meter run and a ...

Bennett Knocks in Tying Run, Scores Winning Run To Lead Sabers

Thomas Bennett tied the game with an RBI single in the sixth before scoring the winning run, helping lead the Sabers past Hanover, 5-4. Seth Learned got Souhegan (4-12) on the board in the third inning, knocking in Jonathan Robinson and Thomas Bennett on a single. Max Benevides later knocked ...

Cougars Squeeze by Bow in Game One of Doubleheader

The Cougars had a long day of baseball, starting with a ten o’clock game in Bow. The Cougars capitalized on some smart base running to win the game, 5-4. Tied at four late in the ballgame, junior Zach Byers stood on second base with two outs. A groundball was hit right to the ...