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MERRIMACK VALLEY PRIDE

After missing the first four games of the season, Bow senior Thomas Rolla played some last week against Pembroke. But Friday night’s game at...

At this point in the season with tournament time just around the corner, Merrimack Valley boys’ soccer coach Ken Fuller knows that every time his...

BOW – Ryan Leonard didn’t know if anyone was there. The Bow junior blindly crossed the ball into the box and back up field, hoping one of his...

For the Coe-Brown boys’ cross country team, Saturday’s Manchester Invitational was its biggest test as to how well the Bears are progressing and it...

It was a play most onlookers wouldn’t think twice about. During a soccer game last fall, Merrimack Valley senior and center midfielder McKayla...

By last weekend most high school athletes had turned in their jerseys and were getting ready for summer. Merrimack Valley’s Dylan Lessard made the...

PLYMOUTH – After four grueling rounds of the playoffs, Izabella Nelson was exactly where she wanted to be: At the bottom of a dogpile with the John...

PENACOOK – Merrimack Valley senior Alani Ramis started three double plays on Friday against defending Division II softball champ John Stark. Ramis...

PENACOOK – When Dillon McCarthy came up in the bottom of the seventh with the bases loaded and his team down a run, the Merrimack Valley senior had...

BOW – By the end of the game, the white lacrosse ball was lost in the snow on the field behind Bow High School. That was okay for Merrimack Valley,...

The Merrimack Valley softball team is one of many local squads on the stretch run of their preparation for the spring season. While tennis teams...

DURHAM – The atmosphere inside Lundholm Gymnasium was enough to give Noah Tremblay butterflies inside his stomach. But the moment was never too big...

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