Byline: By DAN ATTORRI

There’s three weeks to go until the NHIAA cross country division championships and the Kearsarge boys are hoping history repeats itself.Mascenic...

The Winnisquam field hockey team (8-2-1) is taking a new approach this season. Instead of analyzing every team and its position in the standings...

The Cougars may not have had a great record entering Monday’s game at Pembroke, but they wanted to show that they are still standing.The Kearsarge...

The Pittsfield boys’ soccer team wants home-field advantage in the playoffs, and the Panthers know they’ll have to beat some good teams to get it...

If you looked at the scoreboard it might have looked like a nightmare, but the Concord field hockey team didn’t see it that way. True, the Tide...

The Concord High boys’ cross country team has lofty goals, but the Tide demonstrated it has the talent to match in dominating its first race of the...

Scott Zipke knows there’s plenty of hard work to be done, but the Hopkinton boys’ soccer team showed there are plenty of reasons to be positive...

As the only athletic director in Bow High School’s 20-year history, Jim Kaufman has hired every coach (the district employs about 60 coaches...

When Zach Richards was a freshman, the Coe-Brown track program was better known for its girls’ team than the boys’ team, which typically hovered...

For the second time in her career, Merrimack Valley’s Kristie Schoffield can say that she truly is the best in the state.Running with two of the...

CONWAY – It didn’t matter that Coe-Brown didn’t win a single event at the Division II Track and Field Championships, as long as the Bears got the...

At the beginning of the season, the Concord boys’ track team aimed to be in the mix for the Division I title, but now, with the Division I...

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