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After a stellar career playing linebacker and offensive line at Concord High, Will Scharlotte (51) will move to tight end at Bentley University starting this fall. On Saturday he'll play linebacker for New Hampshire in the annual Shrine Game against Vermont. (CHS Quarterback Club photo)

Concord High’s Scharlotte practices making new friends in preparation for Shrine Game

Saturday, August 1, 2015

High school rivalries die hard. Just ask Will Scharlotte, a linebacker for the New Hampshire team in the Shrine Maple Sugar Bowl, who took a while to get into the Shrine spirit. “I hated some of those kids going into the week,” the former Concord High standout said. “Just because they were on the opposite team.” Seeing those same players …

Shrine Game at a glance

Friday, July 31, 2015

What: Shrine Maple Sugar Bowl football game When: Saturday, 5:30 p.m. Where: Castleton University, Vermont Who: Graduated seniors from N.H. and Vermont On the air: WTPL (107.7 FM), 5:10 p.m. Series: N.H. leads series, 46-13-2 Area players: Brendan Johnson, Andrew Jousset, Bishop Brady; Kyle Milne, Bow; Will Scharlotte, Concord; Jacob Sawyer, Zach Feudner, John Stark; Devon McGrath, Tommy Schneider, MV; Richie Mills, Winnisquam …

A roundup of local sports briefs, news and announcements

Saturday, August 1, 2015

Golf result Colin Plumb won the Junior Club Championship at the Concord Country Club, shooting a 10-over round of 80 to win the title by four strokes over Caitlyn Lutinski, who finished second with an 84. Sean McDonough took third place with a round of 88, followed by Ronan Lucey (fourth, 91) and Evan Makris (fifth, 98). Concord United 5K The second annual …

Letter: Less safe without guns

Sunday, July 12, 2015

Gov. Hassan fulfilled her promise to veto our constitutional carry bill, which was passed through the state Senate by a strong majority. Although more and more of Hassan’s constituents are carrying arms, she has chosen to stick to her party’s guns (or lack thereof). Benjamin Franklin said that …

A roundup of local sports briefs, news and announcements

Monday, July 13, 2015

Concord ‘A’ tennis The city ‘A’ singles tennis tournament will start Monday at the Bow Brook Club. Top-seeded players Greg Cistulli (first), Andy Day (second), Ron Lafond (third) and Mark Blaisdell have first-round byes, while the first matches will be Jeff Siegel vs. Amir Alic (4 p.m.), PJ …

Mielcarz’s return a story to follow as State Am heads to historic Bretton Woods

Monday, July 13, 2015

The New Hampshire Golf Association will be holding the 112th State Amateur Championship at a course from the history books, and the most decorated golfer in state am history will be coming out of retirement to play on it. Concord’s Bob Mielcarz, the nine-time state am champ, will …

UNH honors

Sunday, July 12, 2015

The following students were named to the dean’s list for the spring semester at the University of New Hampshire in Durham. ALLENSTOWN Devin Bernard​, Erin Mahoney, Jonathan Martin, ​Alexandra Reade, Katherine Loiselle ANDOVER Meredith Cline, Kyle Wiley, Emily Young, Madalyn Pfeifer BARNSTEAD Briana Cusson, Haley Farnham, Crystal Labrecque, …

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Sunday, July 12, 2015

16U baseball champs The Cobb Hill Construction Royals of Bow (pictured) defeated the Reds, 3-2, to capture the Manchester Colt League 16U championship. Brendan Winch pitched a complete game, striking out six, and Vin Peterson drove in all …

Town Crier for July 12, 2015

Saturday, July 11, 2015

Allenstown Meetinghouse holds fun activities for 200th year ∎ The Suncook Senior Center will hold a professional physical therapy service with Katie Archer on Monday at 11:15 a.m., and she will share some healthy ideas. For more information, call Leslie at 485-4254. ∎ The 200th Anniversary of the restored Old …

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Saturday, July 11, 2015

Youth track The Concord Flyers competed in an open meet in Manchester on Thursday. Nine-year-old Margaret Sheehan finished first in the 100 and 400, as did 10-year-old Tyler Harrington. Kelsey Mayer, 11, was first in the 100. Twelve-year-olds Sarah Degler grabbed second in both the 100 and 400, …

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Friday, July 10, 2015

NEIBL result The Weare Nationals (7-3) defeated AB Athletics of Nashua, 7-5, in NEIBL action. Derek Goldrick’s two-run homer in the fifth gave the Nationals a 6-5 lead. Tyler Keim’s RBI single added an insurance run. Keim struck out the side for the save in his one inning …

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Thursday, July 9, 2015

Concord Recreation Concord Recreation will hold soccer registrations for fall soccer for ages 4-6 and grades 1 and 2. Non-residents may register for Soccer Fun-damentals and Division I. Division II and III are for Concord/Penacook residents only. Fall soccer will run from Sept. 12 to mid-October. Registrations made …

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Wednesday, July 8, 2015

USA Climbing divisional championships Three members of the Team Evo youth rock climbing team will be moving on to the USA SCS Nationals at Stone Summit Kennesaw in Georgia from Thursday through Sunday. Nate Milliken and Grant Dreffer, both of Concord, and Chloe LaBerge of Pepperell, Mass., all …