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Greta Norton had a tremble in her voice as she tried to fight off the tears that welled in the corner of her eyes.Norton, a junior defenseman on...

There’s a simplicity in fundamentals. Strong passes, set screens, hands-free defense. The list could go on and on, and it will look much like No. 1...

DURHAM — In a huddle near half court before the fourth quarter, Bow’s five on the floor took turns speaking words of encouragement in an attempt to...

The final buzzer in any playoff game is representative of two glaring truths.One team gets to celebrate another night in the gym, practicing the...

Bow just couldn’t seem to pull away from Hollis-Brookline on Saturday afternoon.The No. 3 Falcons (18-2) controlled possession, were dominant on...

Mackenzie McDonald tossed up a corner 3-pointer and even if it had gone in, Merrimack Valley still would have needed a little divine intervention...

Kally Murdough took one final look at her teammates on the floor before she walked by the scorer’s table and then toward the Hopkinton bench.In...

Macy Gordon stood on the wing with her hands drawn, just waiting for the ball to come her way.Once she caught the pass, the senior guard’s patience...

One of the most difficult ways to say goodbye is unexpectedly.In a brief moment, there’s still another game, a second shot and an additional...

Perspective is a unique motivator. Messages that get passed from source to audience can shape deeper levels of understanding of a bigger theme.The...

Elizabeth Blinn blocked a shot while standing in the lane and passed the ball to Elli Cox on another breakaway play.Without even looking, Cox drove...

Caroline Camp sat on the edge of the fold-up chair and relentlessly offered tips and words of encouragement to her Kearsarge High girls’ basketball...

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