NASHUA – Rivier University men's basketball coach Lance Bisson and assistant coach Troy Bowen were having a debate Saturday night about NBA legends LeBron James and Kobe Bryant.
James had just passed Bryant's total of 33,643 career points to rank third all-time in the NBA in scoring.
Nashua South edges Merrimack
The Panthers hosted Pinkerton Academy, Merrimack and Winnisquam for a quad on Saturday. South knocked off Merrimack, 42-37, in the matchup of the day. Pinkerton swept three wins.
For South, Kyle O’Connor, Ryan Salemi, Kyle Salemi, Colby Spencer, ...
Player of the Year
Curtis Harris, Nashua North football
Coach of the Year
Chris Lones, Hollis Brookline
First Team Offense
QB: Curtis Harris, jr., Nashua North
QB: Sander Wimmer, sr., Hollis Brookline
RB: Zach Twardosky, sr., Merrimack
RB: Josh Compoh, so., Nashua ...
PLAYER OF THE YEAR
Abby Morgan, Merrimack
COACH OF THE YEAR
Pat Mulcahy, Bishop Guertin
First Team All Stars
Bailey Bourque, so. goalie, Campbell
Abby Morgan, sr. defender, Merrimack
Grace Kelly, jr. defender, Bishop Guertin
Meg Tupaj, sr. defender, ...
PLAYER OF THE YEAR
Joaquin Heller, Campbell
COACH OF THE YEAR
Bill Miller, Campbell
First Team All Stars
Jack Noury, so.goalie, Campbell
Joaquin Heller, sr. forward, Campbell
David Latsha, sr. forward, Campbell
Jack Schwab, sr. forward, Wilton
NASHUA – It’s down to Merrimack and Nashua South as possible champions of this year’s Chick-fil-A Holiday Girls’ Basketball
South punched their ticket with a 44-38 victory over Alvirne in the day’s first semifinal matchup.
The Panthers allowed just four points in ...
NASHUA – Nashua North was less than a minute away from a shot at Saturday’s Chick-fil-A Holiday Basketball Tournament finals, but that final minute proved to be one minute too many for the Titans.
North fell 43-40 to Thornton Academy in Friday’s first semi-final of the day despite ...
By MARC BRETON and MATHEW PLAMONDON
For The Telegraph
NASHUA – The Titans of Nashua North took every advantage they could on their home court hosting the Chick-fil-A Tournament. North had a hot start against the Milford Spartans, with quick offensive output and dominating ...
NASHUA – “And the stocking were hung by the baskets with care, with thoughts of the blowouts that would soon be there.”
The Chick-fil-A Holiday Basketball Tournament returned to Nashua South High School on Thursday with four first-round games, although the victors in three of those ...
Alvirne High School alum Brycen Yarmo has a new football home.
Yarmo,a tight end, signed a letter of intent Wednesday – an allowed early signing day before the main one in February – with the University of Akron.
Yarmo's football journey had been an interesting one. His career was delayed ...
It's been quite a few weeks for Nashua's Paul LaPolice.
The former Canadian Football League Coach of the Year, who just won a Grey Cup as the offensive coordinator of the Winnipeg Blue Bombers, is a head coach in the CFL again.
LaPolice was named earlier this week as the new coach of the ...
HOLLIS – Immersed, almost unwillingly, into the New England Patriots dynasty during his most formative, growing years, Marc-Andre Thermitus refuses to budge.
“Pittsburgh Steelers, baby, born and raised,” the Hollis Brookline High School junior said.
The folks out on Route 122 don’t ...
NASHUA – Growing pains.
It has started out the non-conference portion of their schedule, but there's plenty of reason to believe the Rivier University women's basketball team will be better in February than it is in November.
“We have a lot of learning to do,” Raiders coach Paul ...
HOLLIS – So how long does it take a seasoned, sizzling high school quarterback to trust a fresh, new, raw wide receiver?
About 24 minutes ... 24 pointless, inept, painful minutes.
Hollis Brookline’s Sander Wimmer simply paid little or no attention to junior receiver Blake Bergerson the ...
NASHUA – There's a different feel around the Rivier University men's basketball team these days.
Yes, as the Raider athletic program says good-bye to the fall season and hello to winter, it began by seeing an electric offensive player of their own, Issaiah Chappell, a six-foot senior from ...
So it is playoff time in the Granite State, where every game from here on out is the “Game of the Week,” and prognosticators holding tenuous win percentages (57-12, .826) panic at the prospect of all these tough selections to make.
The time to roll it up, or in my case most often, fall ...
EXETER – After 80 scoreless minutes, it just took 32 seconds to end Milford’s dreams at a chance of winning a girls’ soccer title.
Milford fell 1-0 in overtime to the Marauders of Hanover on Thursday night in the NHIAA Division II Semifinals.
Neither team managed many significant ...
NASHUA – About the only quiz Caroline Fischer has failed this fall was when the reporter asked her post-race on Saturday how many state or all-state championships she had won in four years at Bishop Guertin High School.
She’s excused on that one. This is cross country, not calculus, and ...
NASHUA – The look on Nashua South volleyball coach Wayne Siejkowski’s face told so much about his squad’s Division I quarterfinal-round tournament match with tough-as-nails Bedford on Saturday night. It was a look of relief, near-emotional exhaustion, and a desperate need for a handful of ...
WINDHAM – In a game like this one, it was only fitting that a goalkeeper scored the winning goal.
The Nashua South boys’ soccer team saw its season end on Saturday in the NHIAA Division I boys soccer quarterfinals, falling to Windham 5-4 in a penalty shootout.
Windham junior Landon ...