BOW HIGH SCHOOL

Hannah McGonigle, with an ease and a swagger, gave herself the slightest fist pump as she stepped out of the circle.The junior pitcher secured her...

Less than a month separates the end of a season for some and the beginning of a new one for others.As area boys’ lacrosse teams continue try and...

The spring season continues to transition away from its infancy and closer to its end. Opening games for girls’ lacrosse happened a month ago, and...

The start of postseason is still another few weeks away, but you couldn’t tell that to those at Houston Field.Not with another colossal matchup...

Staying on the diamond, the Monitor turns its attention to the area’s baseball teams at the midway point of the season.Plenty of teams in and near...

It’s hard to believe that in a little less than a month the preliminary playoff round for six spring sports will begin.Of those six sports...

After starting the season with two straight losses, the Bow High baseball team rattled off its fifth straight win Wednesday. The Falcons were...

Preston Wallis stood with his back toward home plate and engaged in a brief conversation with his first baseman, Landon Pearson.The two shared a...

Bow and Hopkinton – two of the most highly regarded girls’ lacrosse teams in Division III – each entered the 2022 season with the hope of carving...

It’s a long, difficult road to make it to a championship game.It’s even more difficult when you come up short in that game.Concord knows that...

A baseball title defense begins on Monday for Concord High. In order to get back to championship Saturday, it’s going to take every single player...

Bow and Pembroke did not come into their Division II girls’ tennis match Friday with experienced squads. The Falcons’ most-experienced players were...

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