WINNISQUAM BEARS

Under new leadership after longtime coach Pat Riberdy stepped down during the offseason, the Winnisquam football team hasn’t skipped a beat.The...

TILTON – The two programs have more in common than just playing in the same division.The Hopkinton field hockey team used the offseason to reset...

For the second straight year, Mascenic’s basketball season ended on their home court with a playoff upset loss.The No. 5 Vikings hosted No. 12...

Four years ago it was simply a fun idea.“I just remember coming in my freshman year and thinking, ‘Wow, 1,000 points, that’s a lot. I don’t know...

The Bears went up by double digits in the first quarter. They led by a comfortable 15 at halftime and stayed on top the entire game ... until...

There was a lot on the line for the Winnisquam football team Saturday night: An opportunity to knock off a longtime rival, the chance at an...

LACONIA – They came in unbeaten and left the same way.For the Winnisquam Bears, there was nothing they wanted more than to put a bow on their...

Every athlete dreams of going out on top. Few actually get the chance to do it like Shannon Goodwin.When the senior walked off the court at...

TILTON - Regular season, postseason, it doesn’t matter. Winnisquam has this Division IV football thing down.After rolling to an undefeated record...

PLYMOUTH – Shannon Goodwin saved her best for last.“I thought Shannon played the match of her career. She was on fire tonight,” Winnisquam coach...

The Bears are happy to have the No. 1 seed. Winnisquam (18-0) didn’t play its best volleyball, but did what it needed to do, defeating the No. 4...

The last thing the Winnisquam volleyball team wanted to happen was to get caught looking ahead. With a pair of marquee matchups against legitimate...

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