NHIAA BOYS SOCCER

HOOKSETT – The tears started after he scored. They kept coming even after the game ended and after state championship medals were hung around necks...

HOOKSETT – Jackson Putnam didn’t take the shot because he thought he had the advantage, or because it was the smart play, or because after nearly...

HOOKSETT – When they played in the regular season, Derryfield overwhelmed Hopkinton and rolled to a four-goal win. When the two met again in...

LACONIA – Wednesday’s Division III semifinal between the Hopkinton and Gilford boys’ soccer teams was a clash of one of the league’s top scoring...

Chea Chebo is confident he can beat just about anybody on the pitch in a foot race. “That’s my mentality,” Chebo said. “Most teams, I see their...

PEMBROKE – The Division II boys’ soccer tournament figures to be a beast. The top of the division is deep and talented with as many as eight teams...

WEARE – No one expected a shootout when the John Stark boys’ soccer team hosted Lebanon on Tuesday. After all, the last five meetings between these...

The Pittsfield boys’ soccer team wants home-field advantage in the playoffs, and the Panthers know they’ll have to beat some good teams to get it...

GILFORD – The scoreboard showed just one goal, but the Gilford and Belmont boys’ soccer teams could have produced more. That was the message both...

Scott Zipke knows there’s plenty of hard work to be done, but the Hopkinton boys’ soccer team showed there are plenty of reasons to be positive...

He scored the opening goal and assisted on the game-winner. He pulled the strings for an offense that generated 21 shots. Still, Concord High...

LACONIA – If there was a ever a team equipped to handle the top seed in the Division III boys’ soccer tournament, the Hopkinton Hawks would be...

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