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Bedford rallies for dramatic Division I title win over Lancers

When they left Stellos Stadium after upsetting Nashua North a couple of weeks ago, the Bedford High School football team had the look of a team on a mission. Mission accomplished. Saturday the No. 10, 10-3 Bulldogs rallied to beat No. 1 Londonderry, 15-14, on Colby Snow's field goal with 13 ...

Bedford goes for another shutout — and title — vs. Lancers

Do the upstart Bulldogs have another amazing shutout in them? We'll find out today when the NHIAA Division I football season -- as well as the fall sports season in general -- comes to a close in Exeter. That's where No. 10 Bedford (9-3) will take on No. 1 Londonderry (10-0, 10-1 overall) in ...

Campbell’s Scott Hersberger named Division III Player of the Year

The numbers don't lie, either on the stat sheet or the scoreboard. Thus, when a running back like Scott Hershberger dominates in both, good things come his way, like the state title he helped Campbell High School win 10 days ago. And postseason honors. Hershberger, who rushed for over 2000 ...

BUMMER IN BEDFORD: Pelham runs over Souhegan in D-II final

BEDFORD – Five turnovers. Two touchdowns called back. A top two-way player lost in the first quarter. And, oh yeah, the opponent's rushing attack that ate chunks of yards, 380 in total. In other words, whatever could go wrong did go wrong for the Souhegan High School football team on ...

Title on the line: Souhegan vs. Pelham for Division II crown

It's Championship Game Day once again for another local football team. Last Saturday was the big day for Campbell football, and the Cougars emerged victorious over Trinity to win the Division III title. The school they were playing at, Souhegan, will take its turn today, hoping for its second ...

FINAL ANSWERS: Sabers, Pythons square off for D-II title

AMHERST – The Souhegan High School high potent offense has produced what Sabers coach Robin Bowkett called earlier in the season “video game numbers.” Except, of course, when the Sabers ran into the Pelham Pythons. Souhegan bowed 28-21 when Pelham's Jake Travis bowled into the end zone ...