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After letting the winter sports season get underway, teams settled in and establishing an identity, and weaving through various postponements or...

Concord High swim coach Bill Quinn tells his team that, this season, every meet is a gift. Friday night’s meet, hosted by Bow at the Concord YMCA...

MANCHESTER – The No. 1 Hopkinton girls’ soccer team was challenged like it hadn’t been all season, but senior Ashlee Brehio’s goal in the 60th...

NASHUA – Last week Aidan Cox just went out and waited to see how he felt. He won a division championship. On Saturday, he ran on instinct and...

One year ago, the cross country championships began at Derryfield Park with multiple inches of snow and ended with five team and three individual...

HOPKINTON – It had been almost two months since the Hopkinton field hockey team opened the season against Mascenic, but the Hawks opened Division...

PENACOOK – Two familiar team champions and two new individual champions earned bragging rights as the region’s best at the 44th Capital Area Cross...

Melony Beebe had no time to talk. Not right away.First, Beebe had to finish printing photos of Julie Green for a collage that will be on display...

On a wall at a Hopkinton art gallery, a dandelion bursts from cement, a grid of multicolored Zoom faces gaze out, and Band-Aids reach across deep...

All four NHIAA divisions held their individual championships at Concord’s Beaver Meadow Golf Course on Saturday and area high school players used...

Six area high school golf teams qualified for this week’s NHIAA team championships, and, with two local teams going in as the top seeds, there’s a...

In each of their first three games, the Redhawks had blown halftime leads or ties. They made sure they didn’t lose a fourth.Senior All-State...

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