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Teams get ready for holiday tourneys

Cabinet Sports

It’s time for the annual holiday high school tournaments. In the next couple of days, there will be hockey and basketball tournaments galore, with the main events locally taking place in Nashua. Teams from Milford and Souhegan be competing in tournaments in the Gate City, starting ...

Souhegan goes to 3-0 with win over HB

Cabinet Sports

AMHERST – With a flick of the wrist, Jaime King brought a roar out of her the Souhegan High School girls basketball crowd and a permanent change in momentum when her team was in need of it. Souhegan ran away from Hollis Brookline 42-27 in Division II competition on Friday night after ...

Sports Talk

Cabinet Sports

HIGH SCHOOL Milford receives honors Milford High School received several honors for the fall sports season. Milford finished third in the sportsmanship rankings out of 21 Division II schools for the fall. Girls volleyball and boys soccer were both first in their respective sports, while ...

Milford falls on the mat to Hollis Brookline

Cabinet Sports

HOLLIS – The Hollis Brookline wrestling team had been out of the gym for three days over the past week, but in its match against Milford, the Cavaliers looked like haven’t been off the mats for weeks. The Cavaliers took a commanding 35-24 victory over the Spartans in ...

Milford rolls past Pelham

Cabinet Sports

MILFORD – Going into the season, Steve Signor told every player on the Milford High School girls basketball team that each of them was going to have to contribute a little bit of offense for the Spartans to find success. The Milford head coach figured if he could nine girls to ...

High School Highlights

Cabinet Sports

MILFORD BOYS BASKETBALL Dec. 18: Pelham 75, Milford 47 The Spartans dropped their season opener to the Pythons, as Pelham got 26 points from senior Jake Vaiknoras. Keith Brown added 15 points for Pelham. Milford (0-1) was led by sophomore Jack Briggs, who had 10 points off the bench, while ...

Gifts for the sports world

Cabinet Sports

It’s the most wonderful time of the year. That’s what the song says anyways. Those lyrics aren’t lying. Christmas is the greatest holiday celebrated worldwide. It has nothing to do with its religious beginnings. Many non-Christians celebrate the day and the day ...

Bedford Sports

BOYS BASKETBALL Third-grade Calvary Fellowship and Mainsail Yacht Charters faced off in what turned out to be a defensive masterpiece. Calvary won the game 8-7 in a very exciting game that went down to the wire. Connor Ware was one of the offensive stars scoring two points on a great shot. ...

Hollis Brookline High School Highlights

HB Sports

WRESTLING Dec. 11: HB 58, Manchester West 18 The Cavaliers eased into the winter season, securing pins from Jonathan Lopez (113 pounds), Wyatt Farwell (152), Andrew Butler (170) and Kayne Robert (182). Dec. 14: HB finishes second at Bronco Invite The Hollis Brookline wrestling team ...

Hollis Brookline Sports Talk

HB Sports

HOCKEY First loss for Cavs Pee Wee 1 team In Valley League Youth Hockey action the Southern New Hampshire Cavaliers Pee Wee 1 team remained on top in the AAA Division with two wins and a loss. In their first weekend match-up the Cavs downed Concord-Carlisle 8-1, notching five first period ...

Off and running

HB Sports

Coach Tom Williamson runs the gymnastics programs at four local schools and has gotten to know some of the local gymnasts over his six years of coaching. Like any mentor, Williamson gets attached to his athletes. Including his relative longevity, he now has to prepare to see some of his ...

Tomahawks take fifth at tourney

Merrimack Sports

The Milford High School gymnasium was in a state of organized chaos on Saturday with a plethora of wrestlers from around the state, and some out of state, seeking to put a stranglehold on their opponents in the Milford wrestling tournament. With most teams just one match deep into their ...

Another new face

Merrimack Sports

Another new season and there’s another new head coach for the Merrimack High School girls basketball team. For the third season in a row, and fourth time in five years, the Tomahawks start the year with a different head coach from the season prior. Courtney Cheetham sure hopes that ...

Cabinet High School Highlights

Cabinet Sports

MILFORD GIRLS BASKETBALL Dec. 13: Milford 51, Oyster River 44 The Milford girls basketball team used the third quarter to extend their lead and never looked back, topping Oyster River 51-44. Rebecca Cleary and Jess Ryan led the Spartans with 12 and 11 points, respectively. Jenn Dupuis also ...

No hockey for Hollis Brookline this season

Cabinet Sports

After much speculation, school administrators confirmed Wednesday that the Hollis Brookline High School varsity ice hockey season has been canceled after only eight skaters and one goalie turned out. But, according to Hollis Brookline interim superintendent John Moody and New Hampshire ...

Souhegan hockey teams eyeing solid seasons

Cabinet Sports

Keep an eye on Souhegan in Division III. The Sabers have the high scoring line of Mike Hayden, Joe Nutting and Matt Wilson back, and they also have more depth from a team that lost in the semis to eventual champ John Stark/Hopkinton and are looking to take it to the next level. “We ...

Spartans take fourth at Milford/Souhegan tourney

Cabinet Sports

MILFORD – The Milford High School gymnasium was in a state of organized chaos on Saturday with a plethora of wrestlers from around the state, and some out of state, seeking to put a stranglehold on their opponents in the Milford wrestling tournament. With most teams just one match ...

Souhegan comes up short against Coe-Brown

Cabinet Sports

AMHERST – For all that went wrong for the Souhegan High School boys basketball team in Friday night’s season opener against Coe-Brown Academy of Northwood, the Sabers were right there at the end. After trailing by as many as 12 in the fourth quarter, Souhegan was down one ...

Let the games begin

Bedford Sports

Opening night for any sports team tends to offer up plenty of questions regarding the team’s ability. The Bedford High School wrestling team got all the answers it wanted, utilizing five pins in Wednesday night’s 48-21 season-opening win over Alvirne High School. The ...