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A look at high school football realignment

Division I

North – Concord, Manchester West, Manchester Central, Manchester Memorial, Bedford

South – Pinkerton, Salem, Londonderry, Goffstown, Merrimack

East – Exeter, Winnacunnet, Dover, Spaulding, Timberlane

West – Keene, Nashua North, Nashua South, Bishop Guertin, Alvirne

Division II

North – Kennett, Hanover, Plymouth, Laconia, Lebanon

South – Milford, John Stark, Windham, Souhegan, Trinity

East – Portsmouth, Pembroke, MV, Kingswood, St. Thomas

West – Monadnock, Con-Val, Hollis-Brookline, Sanborn, Kearsarge

Division III

North – Inter-Lakes/Moultonborough, Gilford, Winnisquam, Franklin, Newfound

South – Pelham, Campbell, Bow, Somersworth

East – Raymond, Epping/Newmarket, Bishop Brady, Farmington/Nute

West – Mascoma, Newport, Fall Mountain, Stevens


In new-look alignment, experienced Concord High football team counting on familiarity

Tuesday, September 3, 2013

Playing for a high school state championship is big in and of itself, but now New Hampshire football players have two titles to shoot for. The state’s football realignment combines the previous six divisions into three, with each division broken down into four conferences – North, South, East and West – with the top two teams in each battling for …

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