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Merrimack Valley's Megan Johnston (left) takes advantage of a pick set on Kearsarge's Lily Huntoon (in blue) during a cross-division meeting at Merrimack Valley on Tuesday, Feb. 9, 2015.

(MICHELLE BERTHIAUME / Monitor staff)

High schools: Merrimack Valley girls’ basketball rides press, balanced scoring to win over Kearsarge

Wednesday, February 10, 2016

When the Merrimack Valley girls’ basketball team went to an up-tempo offensive system this year, balanced scoring was supposed to be one of the results. The Pride has taken to the fast break, running through the first two months of the Division II season with just one loss, and the point totals have been balanced, as promised. Take Tuesday night, …

A roundup of local sports briefs, news and announcements

Wednesday, February 10, 2016

Freshman results The Concord (9-2) girls’ freshman basketball team defeated Dover, 55-13. Helen Massah scored 14 points and Ananya Nadeau pitched in eight. Crystal Federico did a great job boxing out, rebounding and getting steals on the defensive end. Concord Rec programs Concord Parks and Recreation will be extending its Hot Shots (ages 4-6) and Jumpers (grades 1-2) basketball programs into the spring. …

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Tuesday, February 9, 2016

Youth basketball The Weare Middle School Lady Wildcats basketball team capped off an undefeated season on Saturday, beating Hampstead, 67-38, to win the Tri-County League Championship. The Wildcats put together their most complete game of the season, allowing everyone to score and playing intense defense, scoring 26 points in the third quarter. Pictured …

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Wednesday, January 27, 2016

Soccer champions FieldHouse Sports had the following indoor soccer champions: Capital SC (U-12 girls, pictured), Barley House (U-12 boys division A), Hopkinton SC (U-12 boys division B), SPG (U-14 girls division A), Hooksett Lightning (U-14 girls division B), …

Nearly six months after sex assault charges, Canterbury police Chief John LaRoche resigns

Tuesday, January 26, 2016

Embattled Canterbury police Chief John LaRoche resigned from his position with the town Monday as he prepares to defend himself against sexual assault charges in court. Canterbury Town Administrator Ken Folsom said selectmen voted to accept his resignation, …

High schools: Bench gives Brady girls a spark in win over Monadnock

Tuesday, January 26, 2016

The Bishop Brady girls’ basketball team hung on to a 44-33 victory over Kennett on Monday night. The game was tight throughout, with the biggest lead at five until the end of the fourth quarter. Leading the way …

A roundup of local sports briefs, news and announcements

Monday, January 25, 2016

Middle school results The Rundlett Middle School wrestling team (pictured) captured the middle school team title at the 15th annual RMS Invitational. Sam Wagner, Ethan Comeau, Noah Merfield, Tristan Sarich and Habakku Tarwo all claimed individual titles for …

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Monday, January 25, 2016

Youth basketball The Concord Boys and Girls Club Girls 3/4 basketball team (pictured) defeated Hudson to win the Merrimack Invitational Basketball Tournament. The team went undefeated during the tournament and played very well offensively and defensively. Players include …

High schools: Kearsarge boys capture Division III indoor meet at Southern Maine

Sunday, January 24, 2016

Zach Astle threw the shot put more than 15 feet farther than his closest competitor. Troy Davis leaped a full foot farther than anyone. And Kearsarge nearly doubled up the competition to win the boys’ indoor track meet on Sunday at Southern Maine University. With only Division I …

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Sunday, January 24, 2016

This winter’s warm start may have dismayed ski lift operators and the communities they support, but it was a boon to at least one local enterprise: community supported agriculture. At a time when CSA boxes typically dwindle in …

High schools: Nadeau fastest individual; Concord girls fastest team

Sunday, January 24, 2016

Local skiers fared well on Day 1 of the New Hampshire Nordic Coaches Series, with Hopkinton’s Sarah Nadeau winning Saturday’s classic race at Bretton Woods and the Concord girls’ team currently in first place. The NHCS features both public and private New Hampshire high schools from all divisions …

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Sunday, January 24, 2016

JV result The Concord JV wrestling team competed in the John Stark Rumble on Saturday. Champions at their weight classes were Connor Harrington, Danil Noordegraff, Nick Bunch, Issac Habimana, Tyler Simpson, Deryke Ramsey, Pat Fay, Ian Scaffer and Levi Lakin. ∎ The Bishop Brady JV girls’ basketball team lost …

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Saturday, January 23, 2016

JV results The Concord girls’ JV basketball team fell to Salem, 39-38. Ashley Kelley led the Tide with 17 points, while Jada Duvert grabbed 11 boards and Haley Munroe had five steals. ∎ The Hillsboro-Deering boys’ JV basketball team lost to Stevens, 66-33 Kyle Merrill had 10 for H-D …