JOHN STARK

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

Owen Petretta stood near the block with his back toward the basket and arms spread out as wide as they could go as the first quarter neared its end...

It was a game of experience versus youth.A game of two teams in Division II with similar records.A game where both programs would learn new truths...

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

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...

PENACOOK –  If the Merrimack Valley girls’ soccer team wanted to defend its home field in its homecoming match, the Pride certainly did that. So...

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...

Rain wiped out most of the area’s high school sporting events, but it didn’t stop local cross country teams from competing in a meet at Bow and the...

During Saturday’s graduation ceremonies at John Stark Regional High, certain boys were all wearing the same thing beneath their gowns – Stark...

It’s been two years since NHIAA spring sports have played championship games, but Saturday’s Division III softball final between Hopkinton and...

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