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Pittsfield’s ballpark has history, too

Welcome to Wahconah Park, located a stone’s throw from downtown Pittsfield in the heart of the Berkshires. On Tuesday night it was the sight of the best Nashua Silver Knights victory of the year, 5-2 over the Pittsfield Suns in the one-game first-round of the FCBL Playoffs. Wahconah tries to ...

Sabers to be inducted to NHIAA HOF

Longevity, service, outstanding accomplishments. Those are always the main criteria for induction into the New Hampshire Interscholastic Athletic Association Hall of Fame, and they fit the local segment of this year’s group perfectly. The NHIAA announced its induction class for its Nov. 12 ...

Time to Shrine: Fagan set for annual Maple Sugar Bowl

College can be an intimidating experience for incoming freshmen, especially incoming freshmen football players. But having your best buddy with you can make it a lot easier. That will be the case for Milford native and former Bishop Guertin receiever Dylan Fagan at Assumption College in ...

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Andrews, Breakers will host FC Kansas City on Friday Milford native Morgan Andrews and the Boston Breakers will host FC Kansas City on Friday at Jordan Field starting at 4 p.m. The Breakers (3-7-5) will try to continue its improved play as Boston hasn’t lost in its last four matches, ...

Sedlar in lead at Women’s State Amateur

Editor’s note: The New Hampshire Women’s Amateur golf championship was scheduled to conclude Wednesday, but results were not available by Cabinet press time. GRANTHAM – Beth Hamilton and Dana Harrity did some good things on the golf course Tuesday, and their scores at Eastman Golf Links ...

Jasper Valley Swim Team celebrates successful Rotary Meet

The Jasper Valley Swim Team (JVST) swept the 52nd Annual Milford Rotary Swim Meet on July 15-16. Competing in Division 3, JVST placed first both in division and overall with 1,654.5 points. This is JVST’s first win at the annual Rotary meet in five years, since their last first-place finish ...

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Andrews continues to find time on pitch during 1-0 loss Milford native Morgan Andrews continues to pile up playing time, but the Boston Breakers suffered a 1-0 setback to the Houston Dash on Saturday. Nichelle Prince’s goal in the 23rd minute proved to be the difference as Houston held a ...

Several earn three victories at Milford Rotary Swim Meet

The 52nd annual Milford Rotary Swim Meet took place on Saturday and Sunday at Keyes Memorial Park. The event, which is free for the participants, attracted hundreds of swimmers from around the area. The following swimmers earned first place in three events: Division 1 Concord YMCA – Lucie ...

Milford Rotary Swim Meet Results

52nd Annual MIlford Rotary Swim Meet July 15-16 Girls 8 & Under 100 Yard IM Division 3 1, Kenndey, Libby, JVST-NE, 2:02.77. 2, Mallya, Natasha A, PRDE-NE, 2:16.47. 3, DeHoyos, Avery M, STRM-NE, 2:36.19. Girls 8 & Under 100 Yard IM Division 2 1, Wilson, Keara L, INF-NE, 1:40.34. 2, ...

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Breakers hold on for scoreless draw Despite failing to record a shot on goal, the Boston Breakers managed to hold on for a scoreless draw on Saturday at home against the second-place Chicago Red Stars. Milford graduate Morgan Andrews continued her recent streak of playing time and was on the ...

Souhegan’s Reagan picked to play in Area Code Games

Souhegan High School’s Bryce Reagan continues to prove he’s one of the best baseball players New Hampshire has seen in recent years. Reagan, along with Bedford’s Grant Lavigne, was named to the prestigious East Coast Pro Rangers and Area Code Yankees teams. The Souhegan shortstop, this ...

Leahy’s TD helps West to 25-14 CHaD triumph

MANCHESTER – Bedford’s Nick Leahy set the tone on Friday, before rain and lightning put the game on hold. Team West finished the job Sunday. Merrimack’s Justin Grassini received the Bo Dickson Most Valuable Player award for the West’s 25-14 win over the East in the Sunday resumption of ...

Ethier wins NHGA Junior

GOFFSTOWN – Nashua Country Club members Tommy Ethier and Jack Brown have played countless rounds of golf together. Next time the friends tee off, Ethier will own the bragging rights – and a bigger trophy to prove it. Ethier, a recent Bishop Guertin graduate, took control early and closed ...

Catalinas perform in Massachusetts

The Catalinas Synchronized Swim Team of the Granite YMCA recently competed in the 2017 New England Synchronized Swim Association North & South Novice Invitational & Intermediate, Age Group and Masters Championships at Central Mass. YWCA in Worcester, Mass. In the Age Group 18-19 ...

Lavigne still shows passion for coaching

They’re good-ol’, old-time football coaches that really go together in all kinds of weather. Make no mistake about it, the two guys running the West CHaD All-Star football team are doing things their way – the old-fashioned way. We miss former Milford coach Paul Lavigne and former ...

Legion still has talent, but hurting for players

NASHUA – Rick Harvey had a player meeting for the Hudson American Legion Post 48 baseball junior and senior program back in December. After sending out at least 60 emails, seven players showed up – and only one was there for the senior Legion team. He waited a couple more months, but by ...

Learn pain-relieving exercises

MILFORD – A “Relieving Hip and Back Pain with Pool Exercises Workshop” will be held on Sunday, June 25, from 6:30-7:30 p.m. in the Hampshire Hills pool. Taught by certified athletic trainer and physical therapist Roxanne Meldrum, participants will learn strategies to safely increase hip ...

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Track stars place top 10 at New Englands Milford junior Rebecca Durham finished fifth in the 1,600 (4:58.42) and she was also ninth in the 3,200 (11:13.63) at the New England Chamionships on June 10 in Norwell, Mass. In the 3,200, Durham was followed by teammate Alex Matsis (11:13.63) in 10th. ...

Souhegan’s Dod will return for 50th year in dugout

It looks like Bill Dod will be having fun for one more season. After that? The only coach the Souhegan High School baseball team has ever known, didn’t say. But if one reads between the lines, it looks as if next spring will be Dod’s swan song for coaching. And it seems like it’s fitting ...

Souhegan’s Greenwood has crosshairs on national team

AMHERST – A couple of years ago, a man approached longtime Souhegan High School baseball coach Bill Dod with a request. The father of a freshman student athlete at the school, Beth Greenwood, came to him and said, “We’ve been told you don’t allow girls on your team,” Dod recalled. ...