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CROSS COUNTRY

Saturday’s 17-team Bobcat Invitational at DeMeritt Hill Farm in Lee has been the biggest cross country event in New Hampshire so far this fall, and...

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...

It’s still early in the cross country season, but Bow junior Maya Brochu is making the most of it.Brochu led from start to finish to win the girls’...

Motorcyclists on a mission to remember

7/28/21

Army veteran Max Badesheim has been on a ride to remember and to pay respect.On Monday, he along with about 20 other motorcyclists rolled in to the...

Another weekend, another sweep by the Cox siblings and another dominant performance by Coe-Brown.Sophomore Aidan Cox won the boys’ cross country...

The Concord boys’ cross country team won its fourth consecutive Division I championship and the Tide girls defended their team title, while senior...

At the beginning of the cross country season, Coe-Brown coach Tim Cox said the goal of his team was to, “be the best team that they can be, no...

By DAN ATTORRIMonitor staffLast year, the underrated Concord girls’ cross country team shocked the competition by winning its first Division I...

Three years ago an exceptionally strong class of young runners started their freshmen season of cross country at Coe-Brown with the hopes of...

MANCHESTER – The cross country community didn’t think they could do it, but their coaches did.Zach Procek and Ally Davis both saw the potential in...

MANCHESTER – Defeating the defending champion Hopkinton girls’ cross country team – a team undefeated against Division III competition this year...

MANCHESTER – There was no doubt that the Coe-Brown boys’ cross country team would defend its Division II title, but this result was exceptional...

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