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Tyler Gendron tossed a complete game to lead Weare Post 65 to a 5-2 victory over Lebanon in American Senior Legion action on Monday.Gendron allowed...

Hopkinton’s Caleb Yianakopolos went 4-for-4 at the plate and Belmont’s Cam Magerer hit an RBI single to lead New Hampshire to a 4-1 victory over...

The Lakes Region boys’ basketball team ended a successful tournament run with a loss in the championship game to the Monadnock Region team, 95-73...

Pembroke’s Sean Menard poured in 29 points to help Lakes edge Coastal, 59-57, on Thursday night in Nashua to clinch a spot in the Granite State...

When organizers say Market Days in Concord is a rain or shine event, they mean it.The beginning of the three-day downtown festival coincides with...

Pembroke Academy’s dynamic duo of Sean Menard and Noah Cummings led the Spartans to a Division II boys’ basketball title in March. They provided an...

Kearsarge junior Mya Dube kept up a three-week streak of championships with her biggest one yet – a New England title in the 1,600 meters at...

Merrimack Valley graduate Kristie Schoffield, a sophomore on the Boise State women’s track and field team, earned All-American status by finishing...

The accolades keep coming for the Hopkinton girls’ lacrosse team.In addition to winning the Division III champion and ending the season with a...

The Rundlett Middle School girls’ 4x400 relay team of Nydia Lane, Olivia Lewis-Zanis, Chloe Gudas and Avery Fitcher finished first at the Middle...

BOYS’ LACROSSEDIVISION III SEMIFINALS No. 2 Hopkinton (14-1) vs. No. 3 Monadnock (13-2), 4 p.m., at Bill Ball Stadium, Exeter High SchoolHEAD TO...

The following is a glance at Saturday’s Division III girls’ lacrosse semifinals, featuring three area schools: No. 1 Hopkinton (15-0) vs. No. 4 Bow...

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