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GILFORD – It had been a tough week for the Gilford/Belmont football team and community. Gilford High student and Gilmanton resident Aydin Kutuk – a...

PENACOOK – You’ll hear a lot of coaches say they have young teams, but John Stark football head coach Ray Kershaw really means it when he says it...

Max Van Fleet transferred from Concord High to St. Paul’s School hoping to improve his chances of getting into a top college and men’s lacrosse...

There’s a unique photo hanging from Mark McDonough’s fridge. It captures a moment that’s rarely been seen since – his son Kevin having a bad time...

After canceling its previous three games due to COVID-19 concerns, the University of New Hampshire football team announced on Tuesday that it would...

The waiting is the hardest part.Actually, there are a bunch of difficult parts. There’s not being able to hang out in the locker room before and...

DURHAM – This one got away.Playing under historically unique circumstances in a cold and blustery Wildcat Stadium, the University of New Hampshire...

DURHAM – They’re back. He’s back.Try this number on for size: 468. That will be the number of days since the University of New Hampshire football...

MIAMI — It’s 4:30 on Sunday afternoon, and I grab a seat in the empty row of chairs at the bar of Maxine’s Bistro and Bar. I’m one of just three...

The Bow Youth Football team won the Granite State Football League varsity championship (seventh and eighth grades) with a 22-6 win against...

For the entirety of this coronavirus-affected high school football season, Lebanon High found success as easy as A, B, C and occasionally D. There...

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...

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