BOYS' BASKETBALL

Pembroke Academy’s dynamic duo of Sean Menard and Noah Cummings led the Spartans to a Division II boys’ basketball title in March. They provided an...

PEMBROKE – Noah Cummings needed 14 points to reach 1,000 for his career heading into Tuesday night’s home game against Manchester West. Like most...

His high school career was like one of those “no, no…yes!” shots. It started with an 0-17 freshman season at Pembroke Academy before a long arc...

DURHAM – They’ve been hearing about defense all season. They heard about it all last season, too. On Saturday, all the practice and preaching paid...

Asked what they have to do to win Saturday’s Division II boys’ basketball championship, the two coaches sounded like echoes.“We have to rebound and...

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

DURHAM – Last year, Pembroke Academy bumbled through the closing moments of the Division II boys’ semifinals, coughing up late leads in regulation...

PENACOOK – As the potential game-winning shot left Brian Holroyd’s fingertips, Merrimack Valley’s Kyle Dube could sense a little deja vu creeping...

Preview capsules for local teams competing in Saturday’s Division II boys’ basketball quarterfinals: No. 6 Kennett (13-6) at No. 3 Pembroke (18-1),...

Coe-Brown had an upset in mind Wednesday night at Merrimack Valley, but the Pride has been put to the test all season and it was ready for the...

The Concord boys’ basketball team was in unfamiliar territory on Tuesday night, playing in its first playoff game since 2014 and hosting its first...

The Panthers wanted to slow the game down to their tempo. They did that. They also wanted to limit Newmarket guard Simon Cote’s impact. The...

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