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Hartnett leaving Coe-Brown

According to nhnotebook.com, Dave Hartnett has resigned as the Coe-Brown girls’ basketball coach. Hartnett led the Bears to a 16-6 record this season and a spot in the Division II championship, where they lost to Merrimack Valley, 55-48. In his three years at Coe-Brown, Hartnett compiled a 44-18 record and three playoff appearances. Hartnett lives and works in Hampton and his decision to leave Coe-Brown was, “strictly about logistics,” Jeremy Leveille wrote on nhnotebook.com. “It was a 40-50 minute ride depending on traffic. That commute

Hopkinton’s Wes Rose and Brian Hauschild are in the High School Spotlight

It’s a special occasion in the High School Spotlight. We have two athletes that have made their way in. Wes Rose and Brian Hauschild are teammates on the top-seeded Hopkinton boys basketball team. Head Coach Dave Chase says the duo’s strong defense may not pop off the box score, but it’s very important for the success of the team. Rose and Hauschild played together on the soccer team, too, and they hope to repeat that team’s feat by winning a state championship in basketball as

Bishop Brady basketball senior Riselly Deoleo is in the High School Spotlight

This week in the High School Spotlight, it’s Bishop Brady girls basketball star Riselly Deoleo. Riselly, a senior, charges herself with being a leader on the team, which means being vocal on and off the floor and making sure things are meshing well with the team. Off the court, Riselly can be found hanging out with her family or getting pumped while listening to her 2 Chains CD. Not shy, Riselly is predicting a better finish than Brady’s semifinal appearance last year – she’s gunning

Welcome to The Sports Blog

Welcome back to the Monitor Sports Blog. After disappearing for a few years, the blog has returned from hiatus to bring you sports news from the Capital Region to Durham to Boston to anywhere our teams or interest travel. There will be live commentary and next-day opinion on the Patriots, Red Sox, Bruins and Celtics, and we’ll pass along some of the press releases and breaking news from those franchises as soon as we receive it. Updates and analysis will be provided on the University

UNH football home opener against Colgate

The University of New Hampshire football team is back where it likes to be – Cowell Stadium, a.k.a. The Dungeon. Since the start of the 2007 season, the Wildcats are 29-4 at home, and they’ll try to make it 30-4 when they face Colgate in the home opener on Saturday at noon. Both teams are coming off tough losses. No. 12/9 UNH (0-1) blew a 21-7 fourth-quarter lead at Central Michigan, an FBS team, and lost on a last-second field goal. Colgate rallied from a

Tom Brady and Rex Ryan press conference quotes

Here are some of the leftover highlights from the Tom Brady and Rex Ryan press conferences from Tuesday. ∎ Brady Q: Despite your dominance over the Jets recently, is it something special to play the Jets? TB: Yeah it is, and it’s awesome. I mean, it’s Boston-New York. It’s been that way for a long time, long before me, and any time you see them on the schedule you just think of all the great games that you’ve had against them and you think of how