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Bedford boys fall in quarters

Bedford Sports

The Bedford High School boys basketball team entered the Trinity gym with intensity, but the Bulldogs departure was solemn as their season came to a conclusion. The No. 2 Pioneers put an end to the No. 7 Bulldogs’ 11-game winning streak, 50-45, in the Division I quarterfinals on ...

Bedford Sports Talk

Bedford Sports

TRAVEL BASKETBALL Third-grade girls The Bedford girls beat Litchfield 10-8 to advance to the league semifinals. Sydney Grogan and Tally Coulter led the offense while Ally Garron, Sydney Buffet and Zoe Santos led the stellar defense. Fourth-grade girls The Bedford girls defeated Londonderry ...

HB boys fall to Lebanon

HB Sports

The sixth-seeded Hollis Brookline High School boys basketball team was seconds away from overtime in Saturday’s Division II quarterfinal against No. 3 Lebanon. With the game tied at 51 and the Raiders with the ball, Kalin Sou’s 3-point attempt from the corner with about ...

Hollis Brookline Sports Talk

HB Sports

SOFTBALL Youth signups Hollis/Brookline Youth Softball is holding signups for the 2014 season. There are teams available for U10 rookies, U12 minors and majors, and U16 juniors. Registration closes on March 20. Evaluations for minors and majors will be held March 22. To register, visit ...

Time for title game

Merrimack Sports

Eric Gendron was his usual self, scoring a game-high 24 points and coming up one rebound shy of a double-double with nine. Still, the focus of Monday night’s 58-46 Division I boys basketball semifinal win over Trinity wasn’t on the Tomahawks’ offense. Third-seeded ...

Tomahawks fall in overtime

Merrimack Sports

The Merrimack High School boys hockey team had Saturday’s Division II quarterfinal against Dover won twice. But a bounce here and a bounce there, and instead of moving on to the final four for the third time in four years, the No. 7 Tomahawks saw their season come to an end. Up 2-1 ...

Merrimack Sports Talk

Merrimack Sports

SOFTBALL Men’s league looking for players The Merrimack Men’s Slo-Pitch Softball League is looking for players to fill out rosters for the 2014 season. The league plays on Monday and Wednesday evenings from late April through mid-September at Martel and Twardosky fields ...

Second-half run lifts Spartans

Cabinet Sports

MILFORD – Most teams might have folded watching a halftime lead disappear while going scoreless for the first five minutes of the third quarter. This year’s Milford High School girls basketball team is not most teams. After No. 8 Pembroke opened the second half with an 8-0 ...

Souhegan falls to Coe-Brown in quarterfinals

Cabinet Sports

AMHERST – The Souhegan girls basketball team could not overcome a rough start as they fell to Coe-Brown in the quarter-finals of the Division II playoffs on Friday night, 48-39. Senior Mickenzie Larivee and the Sabers’ defense showed up for all four quarters, but the ...

Cabinet Sports

NASHUA – Souhegan High School boys hockey coach Dan Belliveau wanted to make sure his team got off to a fast start in its Division III tournament quarterfinal game with Laconia-Winnisquam on Saturday at Conway Arena. He not only got a fast start from his Sabers, he got basically a ...

Cabinet High School Highlights

Cabinet Sports

MILFORD BOYS BASKETBALL Division II Prelims March 5: No. 2 Portsmouth 62, No. 15 Milford 21 The Spartans trailed by only five in the dying minutes of the second quarter, but Portsmouth would go on a 9-0 run and would never look back, as they advanced to the quarterfinals. Milford had ...

Football headed to UNH

Cabinet Sports

It’s time for New Hampshire high school football fans to rejoice. If you’ve wanted the opportunity to watch all of the state’s football championship games, you finally will in 2014, hopefully. The NHIAA, along with the University of New Hampshire, announced Monday ...

Souhegan prepares for Round 3 vs. Belmont-Gilford

Cabinet Sports

The Souhegan High School boys hockey team has plenty of firepower. The Sabers will likely need every ounce of it on Wednesday. The No. 2 Sabers (16-2) face their stiffest challenge of the season Thursday in the 5 p.m. Division III semifinal matchup with third-seeded Belmont-Gilford at ...

Too much Pride

Cabinet Sports

MANCHESTER – The trip to the championship game will have to wait another year for the Milford High School girls basketball team. Poised to make its first title game since 1981, No. 1 Milford fell to No. 4 Merrimack Valley 51-43 in the Division II semifinals Monday at Southern New ...

Slow start in semis doomed Spartans

Cabinet Sports

It would be easy to look at the final two minutes of Monday’s Division II semifinal and say the Milford High School girls basketball team lost it down the stretch. The top-seeded Spartans were outscored 13-6 by No. 4 Merrimack Valley in those final 120 seconds, with the Pride ...

Bedford Sports Talk

Bedford Sports

TRAVEL BASKETBALL Seventh-grade girls Bedford won its last regular season game in a nail biter, beating Goffstown in OT 32-29. Great defense was played by Emily Adams, and Sydney Lynch helped the team, while the offense was lead by Lizzy Stevenson and Sophia King. Eighth-grade girls The ...

Bulldogs win 11th in a row

Bedford Sports

With a one point lead through 16 minutes of basketball, Mike Fitzpatrick knew his team needed and offensive jolt and knew who could provide it. Cam Meservey sparked the No. 7 Bedford High School boys basketball team to a nine-point run in the third quarter to hurdle over No. 10 Pinkerton 55-43 ...

1 down, 3 to go

Bedford Sports

The Bedford High School girls basketball team defeated Keene last Friday to finish the regular season a perfect 18-0. The Bulldogs reward was to play the Blackbirds again Wednesday in the preliminary round of the Division I playoffs, and the result was the same. No. 1 Bedford got out to a big ...

61 now beats 100

HB Sports

There are many reasons why I love March Madness. The first two days of the NCAA men’s basketball tournament are the two best consecutive days on the sports calendar. It’s never going to be a national holiday, but that won’t keep me from taking those days off and ...

Cavs wrestle at Meet of Champs

HB Sports

Thousands of eyes around Hackler Fieldhouse had waited for it for nearly 10 hours. The 195-pound final at the Meet of Champions between Nashua North’s Joe Chimelski and Concord’s Walters Ndi had everything a main event should. A history between the wrestlers to go with ...