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Byline: By DAN ATTORRI

GILFORD – It had been a tough week for the Gilford/Belmont football team and community. Gilford High student and Gilmanton resident Aydin Kutuk – a...

Saturday’s 17-team Bobcat Invitational at DeMeritt Hill Farm in Lee has been the biggest cross country event in New Hampshire so far this fall, and...

The Concord girls’ soccer team’s defense had been nearly impenetrable until Saturday and it took the defending Division I champions to finally...

PENACOOK – You’ll hear a lot of coaches say they have young teams, but John Stark football head coach Ray Kershaw really means it when he says it...

Rain wiped out most of the area’s high school sporting events, but it didn’t stop local cross country teams from competing in a meet at Bow and the...

The view of the sidelines was one of two teams on opposite sides of the Division II football spectrum. On one side you have the Plymouth Bobcats...

It’s still early in the cross country season, but Bow junior Maya Brochu is making the most of it.Brochu led from start to finish to win the girls’...

Last year the Pembroke Academy football team finally got a long-awaited taste of success. The Spartans started the season 3-0, and finished with...

All kinds of sudden and surreal circumstances were forced into perspective for high school athletics in 2020 by the coronavirus, but the Bishop...

This year the Bishop Brady and Franklin football teams will play a full, eight game, Division IV schedule. It’s a statement of fact and isn’t...

Capital area cross country teams won five of six team titles last year, while three local athletes won individual glory.But after all the fastest...

Last year the Bow High boys’ soccer team were as close to a title as they possibly could be, going 8-1-3 and advancing all the way to the Division...

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