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Cavs crush Sanborn

HB Sports

KINGSTON – Visualize a hot knife gliding easily through the middle of a cold cube of butter. Okay, now you know just what the Hollis Brookline football squad’s offense looked like against the struggling Sanborn Indians’ defense on Oct. 12. The Cavaliers drove their 2019 record two games ...

Merrimack High squads look for tourney chances

Merrimack Sports

With the fall regular seasons either closed or closing fast, here’s a look at where the Merrimack High teams stand. The Tomahawk field hockey team closed its regular season nicely, winning seven of its last 10 to finish up at 8-6. Merrimack will most likely again host an opening round ...

Merrimack offense sizzling as season grinds on

Merrimack Sports

MERRIMACK – With a trio of must-win types of games on the horizon, Merrimack High took care of business against winless Keene. The Tomahawks built a 27-0 lead by halftime and put the game well out of reach with two early scores in the second half en route to a 40-6 blasting of the ...

Milford subdues Kennett, Souhegan falls in OT

Cabinet Sports

In Division II South, an already crowded playoff mix welcomed Pelham, which knocked off Souhegan in overtime. Milford High defended the South’s rep and rocked unbeaten Kennett – in Conway – on Friday night, proving it has rebounded from the lone loss to Souhegan. The South is now 5-1 ...

Souhegan dominant at Pelham Invitational

Cabinet Sports

Ten teams competed in the Pelham Invitational Cross Country Meet on Saturday on the girls side. Only one dominated. The Souhegan High girls took four of the top five places, scoring just 19 points to roll to the title after sophomore Chloe Trudel rolled to victory in the 5k varsity event ...

HBHS Highlights

HB Sports

The Columbus Day weekend marks the stretch run for most small sports teams. Hollis Brookline’s golfers were the first to end the regular season this fall, ending with a tri meet win with 115 points over Kennett (106) and Portsmouth (84) at Portsmouth Country Club. Garrett Sturges shot a ...

Tomahawks hammer Bishop Guertin

Merrimack Sports

NASHUA – It’s a new day, a new week, and a new month for the Merrimack High School football team, which likely felt as if it saved its season on Saturday night. The Tomahawks, tied at 7 with Bishop Guertin at halftime on a chilly night at Stellos Stadium, powered their way through the ...

BG boys hoop coach resigns

Bedford Sports

NASHUA – Another week, another high school coach steps aside. This time it’s Bishop Guertin High School boys basketball coach Matt Regan, who announced on twitter Friday night that he was stepping away from coaching for family reasons. However, rather than conduct a search, the ...

Amherst Land Trust hosts 6th annual twilight challenge

Cabinet Sports

The sixth annual Joe English twilight challenge, a full-moon fundraising race, on Oct. 12, 2019. “There are a series of distances that you can run,” explained longtime race runner, George Bower. “At 5pm, we start the six-hour run, the marathon and the six-hour relay.” The road race ...

Milford, Souhegan among contenders

Cabinet Sports

One third of the Division II South regular season is in the books, and both Milford High and Souhegan High appear to be right where they had hoped. The Spartans were forced to go to overtime to knock off a gritty Pelham bunch on an extremely successful “New Hampshire Tackles Hunger” ...

Souhegan girls leading pack

Cabinet Sports

We are at or near the midway point of the fall high school season, and it’s clear in many cases, where the local combatants are. Start with girls field hockey where, with a 4-0 win over Milford High, Souhegan made it seven straight victories. The Sabers are one of three teams without a ...

Amherst’s Knight getting shot at QB in CFL

Cabinet Sports

Trevor Knight is starting his professional football career a little bit early. Knight, who was set to play in France beginning with training camp in January – and still may – is heading to Manitoba, on Monday to sign a two-year deal, plus a third-year option with the Winnipeg Blue Bombers ...

Dear NHIAA: Pump up rivalries

Cabinet Sports

To the powers that be in the NHIAA, please forward your complaints to one Tom King, care of The Telegraph. His brilliant coverage of the Nashua area athletes has again driven me to this plea. It seems like once a year I write this. Perhaps I should “Andy Dufresne” it and increase my ...

Spartans, Sabers start 2-0

Cabinet Sports

Opening a football game with five straight scoring drives will generally result in a victory and that was the case for the Milford Spartans on Friday night, earning a solid 35-13 win over Manchester West. After starting their first drive on the West 30-yard line, the Spartans needed just two ...

Trudel shines at XC invitational

Cabinet Sports

Souhegan High sophomore Chloe Trudel had a spectacular Sunday, coasting home to victory in the Bobcat Invitational Cross Country Meet, hosted by Oyster River High School at Demmerit Hills Farm in Lee. Trudel covered the 5k in 19:41, cranking out the big win on a very tough course and helping ...

Bowkett fired up for CHaD

Cabinet Sports

There is no switch that needs to be flipped, no prodding necessary. Robin Bowkett gets after it. He supplies the self-motivation. Take this past summer. Bowkett had seen the 2018 CHaD All-Star Game as a fan for the first time. He liked what he saw, so the Souhegan High School football coach ...

New coach our to coax same, old results

Bedford Sports

A new era in Bedford High football begins on Friday night (7 p.m.) when the Bulldogs open defense of their Division I state title by hosting Windham High School. Coach Zach Matthews takes the helm from Derek Stank, who moved out to California, and coincidentally, it’s a battle of two new ...

Ready for football

Cabinet Sports

Milford High football is much less about secrecy than it is just raw power. Opponents might have to get used to that fact in 2019. We get a glimpse of this year’s Spartans on Friday night (7 p.m.) as they host Hollis Brookline, a pass-happy, wide-open opponent that probably has kept Milford ...

Fall season previews for local teams

Cabinet Sports

Division II field hockey Milford Coach: Betsey Kallfelz Returning Starters: Sophia Renda, Sr.,goalie; Mykaela Cederberg, Sr., midfield; Caroline Boudreau, Sr., midfield; Abigail Forrence, Sr., midfield; Sydney Kolasinski, Sr., forward; Jenna D’Angelis, Sr., forward; Cora Holtshouser, ...