BOW HIGH SCHOOL

They made it through more than two months of high school soccer without a trace of COVID. More than that, the girls on the Merrimack Valley team...

Falcons fall to dominant defense

11/10/20

The Raiders traveled to Bow looking for respect. And they earned it.The Lebanon High football team, newcomers to Division II, used speed to its...

The mission was clear, but far from easy – keep track of Oyster River star Caden Leader and don’t make any major mistakes.That’s exactly what the...

The last time the Merrimack Valley girls’ soccer team went to Pembroke Academy, the Pride played its worst game of the season and lost by a pair of...

Bow midfielder Matt Selleck and his senior teammates had been to the semifinals before. Three times, in fact, but they had never won one. So when...

Bow had two games canceled and hadn’t played in three weeks heading into Saturday’s Division II football playoff game against Hillsboro-Deering...

Make it 11 straight for the Bow girls’ soccer team.The Falcons needed to go overtime to extend their streak, and they needed a special goal to...

After a scoreless first half, Bow senior Kristina Pizzi scored a pair of goals early in the second half to help the Falcons to a 2-0 home win on...

After winning the Division III team championship last week by placing four golfers in the top 20, the Bow High golf team saw three of its members...

Nineteen teams and 95 golfers traveled to Manchester on Tuesday for the Division III championships. Most of the kids had dreams of finishing in the...

Teams playing each other in back-to-back games in the same week is one of the safety-related changes to high school sports this season. The idea...

They haven’t played since 2015, but when neighboring rivals Bow and Hopkinton met for a boys’ soccer match on Monday in Bow, it was just like old...

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