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BG’s Kreick: Time to move on from painful title game loss

NASHUA – He stopped looking at the tape about a week ago, and put it away. Sure, the temptation is there to see it again for the umpteenth time, but Bishop Guertin High School girls basketball coach Brad Kreick has fought that off. It hasn't been easy. This is unchartered territory for ...

Alvirne cuts ties with boys basketball coach Edwards

HUDSON – Marty Edwards walked into Alvirne High School athletic director Karen Bonney's office earlier this week – as the Broncos head varsity boys basketball coach – for what he thought was going to be a routine end-of-season evaluation. He left her office as the former Alvirne boys ...

It’s Dudash to the rescue for Merrimack High baseball

MERRIMACK – Mike Dudash to the rescue. The Merrimack High School baseball program was in a pickle last month, when head baseball coach Kevin Moyer surprisingly stepped down. That was the last thing the program, which has been looking for stability over the years, needed. Moyer, a former ...

Wait is over as high school spring athletes returned to action

NASHUA – Alex Messig had trouble falling asleep on Sunday night. That's what the antcipation of the first baseball tryouts/practice at Nashua High School North in two years did to Messig, a Titan senior, and likely other school athletes around the area Monday is when it all began, about a ...

Welcome back! School spring sports start tryouts today

NASHUA – They may just be tryouts or practices, but they will be the most significant spring tryouts or practices in the history of New Hampshire high school sports. The spring sports season gets underway today all over the state, including at Nashua High School North, South and Bishop ...

Cards, ‘Hawks, Warriors lead local All-State hockey group

Several local boys hockey players were named to the New Hampshire Hockey Coaches Association's All-State State team, but only one in the area made First Team. That honor went to Bishop Guertin senior defenseman Sam Cronin, who helped the Cardinals get to the Division I semifinals. BG, ...

Three locals are Girls Hoop First Team All-State players

The area had three First Team All-State girls basketball players this winter. In the recently announced New Hampshire Basketball Coaches Organization (NHBCO) All-State teams, Bishop Guertin sophomore forward Meghan Stack (Division I), Hollis Brookline junior guard Elisabeth Stapelfeld ...

Local boys hoop players honored on All-State teams

Several locals were honored recently by being named to the New Hampshire Basketball Coaches Associations's Boys All-State Basketball Team, including members of the Division I state champion Bishop Guertin High School squad. But the top local had to be senior guard Curtis Harris-Lopez of Nashua ...

Led by North, Souhegan, several locals on CHaD rosters

To the victors go the star spots. A total of nine players combined from the Division I and II 2020 NHIAA football champions, Nashua High School North and Souhegan, have been named to the West roster for this year's annual CHaD East-West High School All Star football game, slated for Saturday, ...

High School Notebook: NHIAA’s Collins excited for spring

Don't look now, but the local high school spring sports season practices will begin in just 10 days on Monday, March 29. And for New Hampshire Interscholastic Athletic Association Executive Director Jeff Collins, it will be a special day. “It will be sweet to see them out there,” Collins ...

First a title, then Player of Year honors for BG’s Lynch

NASHUA – Depth and talent. As well as the Player of the Year That combination is something that was clearly apparent to those close to the Bishop Guertin High School girls hockey program, that the Cardinals possessed after a couple of games to start the season. It added up to a state ...

Fisher’s basketball experience peaks with BG boys title

NASHUA – His dues were long since paid in full. He's had two stints now as the head coach at Bishop Guertin, and one at Alvirne. He's coached youth basketball, middle school/junior high basketball, and burst on the scene as Jim Domoracki's assistant at Rivier University back in the early ...

Bulldogs escape BG pressure for 64-46 Division I title win

KINGSTON – Save the tape? Maybe. But not for the reasons one would think. Sure, the tape is something that Bishop Guertin High School girls basketball coach Brad Kreick will likely show once again to his team at some point. But the footage from Sunday's Division I finals won't be viewed in ...

CHAMPIONS, PART 1! : Gritty Guertin holds off every Warrior charge

DURHAM -- Bodies flew, bones rattled off the hardwood, the basketball squirted elusively loose to the point of unattainable, all the while the guys in Green played with championship poise amid the late fourth-quarter hoop calamity. Seniors do that. Under the most intense heat of the ...

CHAMPIONS, PART 2! Cardinal girls win first hockey title ever, 6-1

DOVER – A dream come true. That's what Bishop Guertin High School senior defenseman Lindsay Hult called the Cardinals' one-sided 6-1 state championship win over the co-op St.Thomas-Winnacunnet-Dover squad Saturday afternoon at Dover Ice Arena. “Yes,” Hult said. “I thought this was ...

Warriors cant match Berlin-Gorham’s speed in 5-1 finals loss

CONCORD – At one point during Saturday night's Division III hockey championship game at Everett Arena, Hollis Brookline-Derryfield's Conor Sanborn skated over to the small crowd of Warrior fans and gestured for them to cheer. It was that kind of night for the Warriors and their fans, who ...

CHAMPIONSHIP SUNDAY: BG, Bedford girls play it again

KINGSTON – It looked as if the tone for the season was set for the first 16 minutes back on January 17. The Bedford High School girls basketball team was taking a young Bishop Guertin squad to school, dominating inside thanks to the play of a talented freshman and savvy senior. Guertin was ...

CHAMPIONSHIP SATURDAY I: BG vies for boys hoop crown

Fun, fun, and more fun. That's what this trip to the Division I high school boys basketball finals has been for Bishop Guertin. The Cardinals (17-5) take on Winnacunnet today at 6 p.m. at Oyster River High School in Durham for all the marbles, and Cards coach John Fisher feels his players ...

CHAMPIONSHIP SATURDAY II: BG girls, HBD boys vie for hockey crowns

The day or night they've been dreaming about has arrived. Two local high school hockey teams, one pretty much expected to be there and another ecstatic to be playing with a second life on its season, both worked overtime this week to make it to their respective championship games. Yes, the ...

North golfer Zimmerman commits to University of Hartford

NASHUA – A few years ago, before he left Nashua North with a Division I college golf scholarship in hand, former Titans golf standout Brandon Gillis told his coach, Scott Anderson, not to worry. There was another top golfer waiting in the wings. Sure enough, Gillis was right. All Bryce ...