HIGH SCHOOLS

The best track and field athletes from New Hampshire competed in the 75th New England Interscholastic Track & Field Championship at Veterans...

LACONIA — The Hopkinton High boys’ lacrosse team doesn’t panic when it makes mistakes. So when Plymouth came back again, and again, and again, the...

Addy Stadler has been a No. 1 tennis player since she was a freshman, but finishing the season as the No. 1 team had eluded her and her Kearsarge...

One year ago, the Kearsarge High girls’ tennis team lost in the Division III semifinals to Littleton. The team hasn’t lost since.No. 1 Kearsarge...

The defending champion Kearsarge Cougars boys’ tennis team extended its winning streak to 15 matches, besting Gilford, 9-0, in Monday’s Division...

The completion of Friday’s tennis matches meant the end of the regular season for both Concord High tennis teams.While only one team won on paper...

KEENE – Isaac Jarvis had envisioned this moment for four years.“I wrote down on a piece of paper my goals for high school,” Jarvis said. “And I...

Last year, things didn’t quite come together at the state championship for the Hopkinton High Nordic skiing girls at states, but this year the...

Explosive players. Big matchups. Physical play. Fast, sometimes frenetic, transitions. A raucous, standing room only crowd.Monday night’s Division...

The Concord Christian girls’ basketball team had a mission. The final result was never in doubt, but the Lady Kingsmen were all business on the...

On Sunday the NHIAA Division I and Division II basketball seasons concluded with championship games and the release of New Hampshire Basketball...

The Winnisquam Regional High School gym is home to a blank wrestling banner. Next year, it won’t be empty anymore. The Plymouth Bobcats had six...

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