West works OT for CHaD win

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MANCHESTER – A week ago, Team West coach Kip Jackson, talking about his own Reese Lopez from Merrimack and Bishop Brady’s Chris Messmore, said, “At least I know we have good kickers.” Lopez was too valuable on the offensive line, so Jackson had Bishop Brady alum Chris Messmore do the ...

Consistency carries Sabers

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AMHERST – It’s playoff time and the Souhegan High School field hockey team put itself in a familiar place after a familiar result. After getting a first-round bye, the No. 2 Sabers opened the Division II tournament last Saturday by taking an early lead and pouring it on late, beating No. ...

Rivier women’s hockey endures

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NASHUA – Culture. It’s a word that is often, in some opinions, overused at all levels of sports, but in the mind of Rivier University women’s hockey coach Chris Czarnota, it’s everything. “I go back to the culture,” Czarnota said when asked what he likes most about his ...

Pelham overtakes Souhegan

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AMHERST – The stakes were high in last Friday night’s football game between the Souhegan Sabers and Pelham Pythons. Each team came into the night tied for first in the Division II Western Conference at 7-0, and both have made easy work of their schedules to this point, practically sealing ...

Sabers field hockey chases title

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Souhegan is seeded No. 2 in the Division II field hockey tournament and the Sabers (13-0-1) will wait until Saturday to take on the winner of No. 7 Merrimack Valley (9-5) and No. 10 Oyster River (7-6-1) in the quarterfinals. They’re looking for their first title since 2007 when they beat ...

Souhegan football still undefeated

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A week after winning their closest game of the season, Souhegan scored on their first six drives and routed Hollis Brookline, 49-0. The Sabers did the majority of their scoring in the first quarter, finding the end zone four times. Lead running back J.J. Bright put the Sabers on the board ...