Byline: By DAN ATTORRI

There’s no question that Orion Clachar was already regarded as one of the fittest track athletes in the state, but this past indoor season, he...

It’s still early in the season, but the Gilford girls’ track and field team showed it is already a force to be reckoned with. The Gilford 4x100 and...

In an opening day matchup between two teams that have had limited practice time outside, you wouldn’t expect a clean game, but Bishop Brady pitcher...

Four years ago the Belmont boys’ track and field team finished 13th in Division III. Last year, the Raiders finished within four points of the D...

Most people who go to a high school football game expect to see a school marching band at halftime, but those who have been to a Bishop Brady...

Never mind the seeds or the nearly identical records, the No. 5 Merrimack Valley Pride, having already lost twice to the No. 4 Kearsarge Cougars, a...

The Bishop Brady girls’ basketball team is at its best when the Green Giants stay true to themselves.From the opening tip, the Giants played with...

Winning a Division title is a challenge. Winning a state title a week later against the same opponent is even tougher. But that’s what Concord’s...

The Concord High School Nordic program is proud of nine straight Division I titles, but winning the New Hampshire Coaches Series, against teams...

HANOVER – Orion Clachar is one of the fittest athletes coach Dave Zink has seen don a Coe-Brown uniform, and nothing – not even four races in a...

With two weeks to go until the Division III Championships, local Alpine teams made the most of Monday’s slalom race at Mount Sunapee – the site of...

Coming off a five-game losing streak where it’s been a struggle to put the puck in the net, the Bishop Brady boys’ hockey team desperately needed a...

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