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Milford’s Urda caps brilliant lax career

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About the only thing missing after four seasons of college lacrosse at Eastern Connecticut Eastern Connecticut State University was an exclamation point. Unfortunately for Milford’s Gavin Urda, it was the opposition, Keene State, that had the final say, trouncing ECSU in the Little East ...

Sabers’ Trzepacz has monster day at plate

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Baseball Souhegan 8, ConVal 4 Daniel Trzepacz had a day to remember for the Sabers, hitting three homers and doubling, driving in five runs in total. Jacob Grassett had a homer while Liam McGrath picked up the win on the mound allowing three runs over five innings. Max Leonard picked up ...

Defending champ Sabers face huge week ahead

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The two games surrounding last weekend told a little bit about the Souhegan High girls lacrosse team. The defending Division I state champs showed a bit of resilience, dropping their first game of the year to Mass. power Notre Dame Academy. Unfazed, the Sabers got right back on track Tuesday ...

Defensive stopper

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Souhegan girls lacrosse coach, Maren Petropulos calls the Sabers’ defensive dynamo “feisty.” More than one opponent used the term “tenacious.” Pick out any synomym for relentless that you can find and you’re talking about senior co-captain McKenzie Robinson. “She’s the ...

Giant event set for Dod’s retirement

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A big celebration is planned for Souhegan High School baseball coach and area legend Bill Dod’s retirement next month after 50 seasons of coaching baseball. It will be held at the New Hampshire Fisher Cats game on Saturday, June 9 at Northeast Delta Dental Stadium. The left field pavillion ...

Milford girls win on track

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Outdoor Track Milford girls win: The Milford High girls took a three team meet with West and John Stark. The Spartan boys took second. Pittsburgh-bound Rebecca Durham is back on track, taking the 1600 in 5:13.24. Ashleigh Matsis won the 400 in 65.14. Lori DeMambro won the 3200 in 13:11.14. ...

Souhegan’s Geffrard goes from manager to starter in one year

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AMHERST – As far as lacrosse managers go, Andersen Geffrard might have been a tad ordinary. If you watched Souhegan High senior at all through the football and hoop seasons, little about Geffrard could be labeled as that. The two-sport, second-team all-Division II selection is anything but ...

Spartan doubles delivers

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In a hotly-contested battle, Sabrina Brown and Kami Peterson struck the decisive shots for the Spartans, winning at third doubles, 8-6, to clinch the 5-4 match over St. Thomas. Grace Carpenter, Leslie MacGrath and Katie Brown posted singles wins. Carpenter combined with Sydney Kolasinski at ...

Milford High still needs banner buyers

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Milford High School Athletic Director Marc Maurais reports the school’s fund-raiser to replace the championship banners in the gym continues to go well. But there are several old banners remaining that hopefully will be purchased. The banners will give a fresh, new acknowledgement to ...

Fine effort on track

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Competing for Southern New Hampshire University at the recent George Davis UMass Lowell Invitational Track Meet, Milford’s Sydney Orsorio stepped up her game. The freshman had a throw of 28.91 meters (94 feet, 10 inches) in the discus and was 14th overall.

Dedicated athlete

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Milford High School senior Sierah Miles is honored at the recent banquet as the lone four-year varsity performer on the winter spirit squad.

Bulldog baseballers ripping up all opposition in 5-0 start

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The Bedford High baseball program simply won’t let spring, and this slew of uncooperative weather, drag it down. Coming off a state runner-up season, Bedford is back at it again, 5-0 in the early going, a point that coach Billy Chapman has to be happy about. “We have plenty of room for ...

Souhegan girls sharp at first major meet of spring

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PELHAM – As early in the season as it is and as miserable as the weather has chosen to be this spring, the first major meet of the spring track season was held over the weekend. To no surprise, the defending indoor state champion girls team for Souhegan High School made an absolute ...

‘Souhegan Skullers look for a few good ‘players’

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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 ...