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Ground game leads Nashua North to opening win over Timberlane

PLAISTOW – The Nashua High School North football team’s running-back-by-committee controlled the game on the ground and the Titans’ defense held Timberlane to just 127 yards of total offense in a dominant 24-0 road win Friday night. Dana Salem scored two ...

Nashua South bedeviled in Salem

SALEM – The 2014 football season didn’t exactly start the way Nashua High School South wanted – or expected. The Panthers gave up three second-half touchdowns and were torched for 345 yards of Salem offense in a 35-14 loss at Grant Field on Friday ...

Alvirne shuts out Dover on the pitch

Matt Lubinski successfully booted the ball from the top of the penalty box, placing it into the far right side of the net, in the 69th minute of play to give Alvirne a 1-0 win over Dover on Friday night. Nate Gosselin recorded the assist on the play that would hold up as the only goal of the ...

Concord dominates Coach Korcoulis Invite in Hollis

Coach Korcoulis Invitational at Hollis Brookline High School GIRLS SCORES: Concord 27, Windham 72, Hollis Brookline 107, St. Thomas Aquinas 127, Goffstown 143, Oyster River 154, Con-Val 191, Pelham 193, Milford 202, Campbell 249. TOP 5, LOCALS IN TOP 40: 1. Cassie Shea, Concord, 20:52.40; ...

Nashua North doubles up on Salem

Jimmy Gutierrez and Zach Pyke scored one goal each and Brett LeBlanc stopped eight shots in net Friday night against Salem to give Nashua North its second win in as many games under first-year coach Igor Monteiro.

Greater Nashua high school football fans challenged

There was a time when Friday night lights meant something. It was the new, hip thing. Everybody was doing it and everybody wanted to do it. Perhaps as I age, late night games aren’t as appealing. We’re not in the Rust Belt. We’re not in the Bible Belt, either. ...

Nashua football player Demitri Jackson heads to Lawrence Academy

Nashua High School North football coach Jason Robie finds himself in the same spot South coach Scott Knight did just one year ago. In 2013, the Panthers had high hopes for receiver Tim Preston. This fall, the Titans were anticipating a monster year from senior running back Demitri Jackson. ...

Nashua South splits with Bedford, Manchester Central on the links

Nashua South’s Sam Nielsen earned medalist honors with an even-par 36 at Manchester Country Club, as the Panthers (2-2) earned a split in its tri-match with a 205-228 win over Manchester Central (0-6) and a 194-205 loss to host Bedford (6-0). Also scoring for South were Peter McManus ...

Porter propels Hollis Brookline past Milford

Hollis Brookline’s Evan Porter scored twice and assisted on another to pace a non-stop attack in the Cavaliers’ 5-0 win over visiting Milford. Cole Owens (one goal, one assist), Hugh Devlin (one goal), Jonathan Brackett (one goal), Nathan Rogers (two assists) and Alex ...

Alvirne shuts out Dover on the pitch

Alvirne’s Sarah McAdam and Kayla Juliano scored one goal each in the first 30 minutes of play and then watched their Broncos teammates lock down defensively to secure the 2-0 win over Dover. Sammi Giannelli recorded 14 saves for the shutout in net, while Jillian Houle, Dagney Wilkins ...

Almeida’s trick is just right in Souhegan’s win over Hollis Brookline

Katie Almeida’s hat trick and single goals from Erica Cheries, Abby Cranney and Brigid Casey led Souhegan to a 6-1 win over Hollis Brookline. Kaylyn Forest assisted on two goals and Kate Heaney recorded five saves in net for the Sabers (1-1). HB was led by senior goalie Ashley Skey, ...

Nashua North falls short on Pinkerton Academy’s court

Nashua North dropped its season-opening match at Pinkerton Academy 21-25, 25-16, 16-25, 23-15 and 15-8. Taylor Choate (13 kills, 14 points, nine blocks), Allison Paluzzi (seven kills), Rosa Casalduc (six kills, 14 points) and Amanda Stumpf (eight kills, 11 points, four blocks) all played well ...

Campbell tops Mascenic

Campbell 3, Mascenic 0 The Cougars opened their season with a convincing sweep of Mascenic 25-16, 25-15, and 25-10. Sophie Scafidi had a strong game with 21 assists, four kills, and two aces. Val boucher had 13 service points, four aces, and 18 digs. Emma Kuczkowski had six kills, 10 service ...

Guertin sweeps Alvirne

Bishop Guertin 3, Alvirne 0 The Cardinals picked up their first win of the season, with scores of 25-19, 25-23, and 25-17. Lexie Cambray had 13 kills and Emma Williams added another six. Jenna McCormack led the team with 23 assists and also had five kills. Hannah Glasheen added eight digs and ...

Milford topples Goffstown

Milford 2, Goffstown 1 Casey Phelps had 13 saves as Milford improved their record to 2-1. Adelle Pitsas and Anna Norford scored on goals both assisted by Erin Mcguire. Geena Ciardelli, Alyza Sayward, and Becca Cleary played extremely well on defense.

Hollis sweeps Central

Hollis Brookline 3, Manchester Central 0 The Cavs made quick work of Central, with scores of 25-7, 25-13, and 25-7. Maddy Blake had a strong game with 14 service points, while Kaitlin Kozsan added another 11 service points. Emma Tanner and Hannah Balfour both had nine service points.

Late Goffstown goals sink Souhegan

Goffstown 2, Souhegan 1 Souhegan got an own goal with only ten minutes remaining to take a 1-0 lead, but it would not be enough as Goffstown rallied to score two goals in the final two minutes to earn the win. In goal for Souhegan, Teigue Young made four saves.

Souhegan sweeps Fall Mountain

Souhegan 3, Fall Mountain 0 Oksana Clay had four aces and 18 assists, while Hannah Cochran had six kills. Sam Allen added two aces and five kills and Sarah Kennedy totaled nine digs. Souhegan improves to 1-0 with the win.

Merrimack sweeps South

Merrimack 3, Nashua South 0 Merrimack cruised to a sweep over South, with scores of 25-14, 25-11, and 25-16. Jen Coffey had 15 kills and 10 digs, while Elise Jolly had eight kills and two blocks. Caitlyn Paulson had five aces, while Jo Coffey had 31 assists. Katie Flynn added eight digs and ...

North tops Salem, Merrimack

Nashua North 202, Salem, 220, Merrimack 233 Top golfers for Nashua North were: Brandon Gillis (Medalist, 33), Michael Jensen (40), Tommy Hyland (40), Brenan Kastens (44), Brayn Provencher (45). Top golfers for Merrimack were Brennan Gillis (42) and Zak Kerr (42). North improves to 3-3 with ...