Sports

‘Souhegan Skullers look for a few good ‘players’

Cabinet Sports

Chuck Dunbar really can’t explain it, but this winter really took its toll on the Souhegan Scullers golf group. “I’ve been involved in this league for 28 years and this is the worst I’ve ever seen,” said Dunbar. “Usually, at the most we lose two or three guys. This year, we’ve ...

Souhegan lacrosse teams off to sparkling starts

Cabinet Sports

It is extremely early in the spring season, but if the early results mean anything, you have to like what’s happening on the Souhegan lacrosse field. Both the boys and girls teams have been perfect in the early going, combining to be off to a 5-0 start to the season. Here’s look recent ...

Schools: Guertin to honor fallen alum

Cabinet Sports

Prior to Friday night’s 7 p.m. game vs. Merrimack at Holman Stadium, at 6:30 p.m., the Bishop Guertin baseball team will honor the memory of late 1991 BG graduate and baseball player Brian Kinney with a memorial plaque. Kinney died tragically aboard United Flight 179 on Sept. 11 ...

Summer hoop registrations on tap in May

Cabinet Sports

The Milford Summer Basketball League will hold signups at the Light of the World Christian Church on Saturday, May 5 fom 9 a.m.-11 a.m., Thursday, May 10 from 6-8 p.m. and Saturday, May 12 from 9 a.m.-11 a.m. The signups are for boys and girls currently in Grades 4-8, limited to the first 88 ...

Milford High School seeking coaches

Cabinet Sports

Milford High School is seeking a varsity boys soccer coach, junior varsity boys soccer coach and junior varsity girls basketball coach. Interested candidates should send a cover letter, resume, and three letters of reference to Marc Maurais at MMaurais@milfordk12.org. Applications can be ...

Merrimack’s Schaller having major playoff impact for B’s

Bedford Sports

The TD Garden crowd roared. Merrimack’s Tim Schaller was on the ice, pummeling Toronto’s Ron Hainsey in the first period of Saturday night’s Eastern Conference Quarterfinal Game 2 7-3 destruction of the Maple Leafs. It was his second altercation of the game, as he also had taken on ...

Bedford Athletic Club hosting FUN youth soccer program

Bedford Sports

Bedford Athletic Club is offering its 2018 Spring Soccer FUNdamentals program for six weeks, beginning on April 30 and running through June 11. Players from pre-kindergarten through eighth grade are welcome to play in the program. Skills like passing, receiving, dribbling and shooting will be ...

Hollis Brookline High track teams step up at Pelham meet

HB Sports

The Hollis Brookline track teams took part in the Pelham High Invitational over the weekend with several fine performances turned in during the first big meet of spring. Lily Jackson took third place on the girls side in the discus. The sophomore sent the disc flying 104-feet, 9-inches on her ...

Merrimack’s Schaller having major playoff impact for B’s

Merrimack Sports

The TD Garden crowd roared. Merrimack’s Tim Schaller was on the ice, pummeling Toronto’s Ron Hainsey in the first period of Saturday night’s Eastern Conference Quarterfinal Game 2 7-3 destruction of the Maple Leafs. It was his second altercation of the game, as he also had taken on ...

Tomahawk baseball still after first victory of young season

Merrimack Sports

Baseball Nashua North 8, Merrimack 0 The Titans move to 2-0 on the season after a shut down win, while Merrimack drops to 0-3. Joe Berman threw a complete game shut out allowing two hits, two walks, and striking out eight. Casey Lane, Trevor Kelly, and Will Brooks had multi hit games ...

Area sports teams take to track, fields, courts

Cabinet Sports

The spring sports action has begun across the region, with the help of Mother Nature or not. Here’s a look at some results from early this week. Softball Wilton-Lyndeborough 3, Nute 0 Lexi Balam got the upper hand in a pitching battle striking out 15 and allowing one hit for the ...

Season Previews: Softball so strong

Cabinet Sports

Milford High softball, per usual, is right back atop the heap in Division II. “I don’t ever have a rebuilding year,” said Jim Rines, coach of the two-time defending state champion Spartans. “I expect our team to compete on every pitch and work harder than our competition every ...

Milford High selling old banners to pay for replacements

Cabinet Sports

Milford High School has a goal – to purchase new individual sport championship banners for its newly furbished gymnasium. The banners will give a fresh, new acknowledgement to the school’s growing number of state championship teams. But that comes with a price, and an opportunity. The ...

Souhegan looking for return trip to state title game

Cabinet Sports

AMHERST – Simply put, Bill Dod expects his 50th season as a high school baseball coach to be just as rewarding as the previous 49. But can this group of Souhegan Sabers make it special? “This team is excited for the challenges to compete in Division II,” said the veteran coach, who is ...

Hollis Brookline High junior Menard relishes alpine crown

HB Sports

HOLLIS – The snow is dripping away here in Southern New Hampshire, but Hollis Brookline High School alpine ski champion Stephanie Menard isn’t about to hang the skis up just yet. “I think I’ve got at least two more weekends in me,” said Menard, who spent last weekend taking first ...

Bernardini finds coaching home at Rivier

Merrimack Sports

It’s been almost a year now. Yes, about 11 months since that historic night at Historic Holman Stadium. It was the last athletic event ever for Daniel Webster College, a single nine inning baseball game vs. local rival Rivier University. The Eagles rallied for a dramatic win, the two ...

Milford girls tennis taking step up

Cabinet Sports

The Milford High girls tennis team went winless a year ago, but fifth-year coach Nancy McManus may have just conjured up the winning recipe. The coach will mix the valuable experience gained a year ago with a dangerous gang of newcomers. “We’re looking strong with some talented ...

Bedford High teams ready to swing into spring

Bedford Sports

At a time where some schools are having trouble attracting athletes to play high school sports in the region, Bedford High School continues to be strong, fresh off an incredibly successful winter. BHS Athletic Director Corey Parker reports 491 students attempting to play spring sports, a ...

Changes coming for hockey

Merrimack Sports

There will be some changes next year in high school hockey, mainly in Division I with the additions of Windham (OK, most sports) and Bow (really?). But here’s hoping that both Alvirne and Milford urge the NHIAA to somehow avoid placing their co-op team in Division I just because it’s where ...

Lack of boys ends tennis at WLC

Cabinet Sports

Tennis anyone? Not many have answered that call at Wilton-Lyndenborough Middle High School. A few years ago, the Warriors boys tennis team had an alum, Keith Bujak, playing at the next level - first at Franklin Pierce University, then at Elmira College. That was seen as a pretty good ...