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You can call Nashua the soccer capital of New Hampshire

Go ahead and say it, the results of this weekend back you up. The city of Nashua is now the soccer capital of New Hampshire. It's hard to argue. When the high school sports season began, you try to identify a couple of teams you think will do some special things. After a week or two, you ...

Pats, don’t you dare go after troubled Odell Beckham, Jr.

Don't do it, New England Patriots. Don't go after Odell Beckham, Jr. Not the time to bring in a problem child. Of course, the Patriots do like to add during the season. Beckham has worked out a deal with the Cleveland Browns for his release so he can be a free agent by Tuesday. “Yeah, ...

Memories are still in the making

Where were you a week ago Friday night? That was Oct. 29, to be precise. How about this past Monday night? If you weren’t at the only local games taking place those nights, you missed out. You missed part of Nashua sports history. Judging from the crowds at the events we’ll describe, ...

Time Travel: Old Panthers still home at Holman

NOV. 5, 1951 – “Former Nashua High School grid stars dominated the picture at Holman Stadium yesterday afternoon as the semi-pro Yanks continued unbeaten with a 13-0 decision over the defensive-minded Marlboro Redskins before close to 1,000 fans. “Unable to dent the formidable Nashua ...

Who really won this semifinal? Nashua’s soccer community

Nashua High School boys soccer standout striker Caua De Freitas looked acrosse the way at the packed Stellos Stadium stands Monday night and was both stunned and happy at the same time. “Astonishing,” he said. “I love that.It's a beautiful game, I like to see the fans packed. It was ...

If Herbert lives up to Belichick’s praise, Patriots in trouble

Mac Jones or Justin Herbert? You make the call. But we really think they're apples and oranges as the New England Patriots face the Chargers in Los Angeles. Herbert is a gunslinger; Jones is more than a caretaker, but he's not in the Chargers' QB's class – yet. He could be. The best thing ...