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Boys’ basketball: Kearsarge’s run comes to a halt against No. 1 Conant

02-21-2024 12:06 AM

By ERIC RYNSTON-LOBEL

BOW – No. 4 Kearsarge knew it could beat the top-seeded Orioles (19-1). The Cougars had done so just 14 days prior, the only team to beat Conant all season. For the first eight minutes, a repeat seemed possible, if not likely. Kearsarge started the...


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High schools: Concord boys’ basketball wins on senior night, Franklin falls short in D-IV playoffs

02-21-2024 12:02 AM

Boys’ BasketballConcord 84, Salem 58Key players: Concord – Alain Twite (21 points), Japhet Nduwayo (20 points), Derek Ramos (9 points)Highlights: Concord opened its senior night with a 22-5 lead after the first quarter and never looked back, extending...


Noah Dunlap’s 3-pointer, a moment of joy years in the making

02-20-2024 4:24 PM

By ERIC RYNSTON-LOBEL

It was the coolest moment of Noah Dunlap’s life. Senior Night at Kearsarge Regional High School on Feb. 6.Dunlap, a Kearsarge senior who has autism, had the chance to play for the varsity team for the first time. In the first quarter, he made a layup;...


Right-hander Liam Hendriks signs 2-year deal with Red Sox

02-20-2024 3:38 PM

By KEN POWTAK

FORT MYERS, Fla. — Liam Hendriks grew up watching the Boston Red Sox a lot in Australia. He’s happy he’ll finally get a chance to pitch for them.The Red Sox announced Tuesday morning that they signed the 35-year-old free agent right-hander to a...


Patriots captain Matthew Slater announces retirement

02-20-2024 2:11 PM

By KYLE HIGHTOWER

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. — For more than a decade, Matthew Slater was universally celebrated as being the emotional centerpiece of the New England Patriots’ locker room, building a resume as one of the league’s most-decorated special teams players. After 16...


Boys’ basketball: Pembroke, already in playoff mode, runs full steam ahead past Coe-Brown

02-20-2024 12:27 AM

By ERIC RYNSTON-LOBEL

PEMBROKE – When the Pembroke Spartans come out shooting like they did on Monday night, they’re almost impossible to stop. Even against Coe-Brown, one of the better defensive teams in Division II, the Spartans would not be denied in their...


High schools: Franklin, Concord Christian boys fall in D-IV prelims; Coe-Brown girls shock Pembroke hoops in OT

02-20-2024 12:26 AM

D-IV Boys’ BasketballNo. 8 Portsmouth Christian 53, No. 9 Franklin 40Key players: PCA – Connor Hickey (15 points), Cai Summers (14 points); Franklin – Zeke McCoy (14 points), Nathan Holmes (9 points), Harrison Kaplan (7 points), Grayson McLaughlin (6...


A Look at the Lynx: NHTI basketball’s playoff pictureThe playoff picture for Lynx Basketball

02-19-2024 10:00 AM

NHTI Lynx men’s and women’s basketball teams wrap up their regular season this week. The men’s team closed out the regular season with a 96-88 win Sunday afternoon over Five Towns College. The women’s team has one remaining game against Northern Essex...


Wrestling: Bow wins D-III title, claims four individual titles, Outstanding Wrestler and Coach of the Year awards

02-18-2024 1:15 AM

By DAN ATTORRI

BOW – The Bow High School wrestling team all wore gold shirts that read ‘Handling Business.’ The Falcons can now consider it handled.Six finalists. Four champions. Eight wrestlers headed to the Meet of Champions. Senior Adler Moura was named...


Wrestling: Concord’s Norwalt wins D-I 126 title, Tide sends nine wrestlers to Meet of Champions

02-17-2024 10:56 PM

By ERIC RYNSTON-LOBEL

LONDONDERRY – Concord senior Griffin Norwalt was the only Tide wrestler to take first place across the 14 weight classes during Saturday’s Division I wrestling championships at Londonderry High School, but the Tide had eight other wrestlers finish in...


Boys’ basketball: Kearsarge off to D-III semifinals after win over Hopkinton

02-17-2024 12:52 AM

By ERIC RYNSTON-LOBEL

NORTH SUTTON – At this point in the season, it’s usually a good thing when a coach emerges from the locker room drenched. After Kearsarge head coach Nate Camp walked back onto the floor with his blue quarter zip completely soaked following his No. 4...


High schools: Friday night basketball

02-17-2024 12:44 AM

D-III Boys’ BasketballNo. 2 St. Thomas 67, No. 7 Belmont 50Key players: St. Thomas – Cole McClure (22 points), Will Mollica (17 points), James Allen (16 points); Belmont – Anakin Underhill (20 points), Keegan Martinez (13 points)Highlights:  The...


Alpine skiing: Lucas Golden sweeps GS and slalom titles, leads Concord to 4th in D-I

02-16-2024 11:28 PM

By DAN ATTORRI

Lucas Golden was hoping to be on the podium. He ended up standing on top of it. Twice.Golden, a freshman, won both the giant slalom and the slalom titles at the NHIAA Division I boys’ Alpine skiing championships on Friday at Crotched Mountain, leading...


Alpine skiing: Wilson wins GS, Chapin wins slalom as Hopkinton claims D-III team title

02-16-2024 12:51 AM

By DAN ATTORRI

Their best skier fell on his first run of the day. One lost a pole. Two more missed a gate. But those circumstances didn’t define them.Senior Harrison Wilson won the giant slalom in the morning, junior Merrick Chapin won the slalom in the afternoon...


High schools: MV’s Reynolds finishes 3rd at ski jump state championship, Laconia girls hands Concord Christian hoops first loss of the season, plus more basketball and Nordic results

02-16-2024 12:34 AM

Ski JumpingState championshipKey players: MV – Mychal Reynolds (3rd), Austin Valliere (13th), Wyatt King (18th); Concord – Sebastian Christie (12th); Hanover – Schuyler Clapp (1st), Jai Gregory (2nd)Highlights:  Reynolds led MV to fourth as a team and...


Alpine skiing: Hopkinton girls defend D-III title, Belmont’s Ella Stevens sweeps slalom and GS

02-14-2024 11:48 PM

By DAN ATTORRI

The Hopkinton girls’ Alpine ski team has been consistent all season and that wasn’t about to change on Wednesday. Hawk sophomore Marcella Guadagno finished second in both the slalom and giant slalom, and sophomore Avery Loew and freshman Lia Chapin...


Boys’ hockey: Concord bounces back from first regular season loss with win over Exeter

02-14-2024 11:48 PM

By ERIC RYNSTON-LOBEL

CONCORD – The Concord boys’ hockey team isn’t used to losing many regular season games. So when the Crimson Tide arrived at Everett Arena on Wednesday after a 4-1 loss to Hanover the day before, there was a renewed focus facing off against an Exeter...


High schools: Winnisquam, Kearsarge girls advance to D-III quarterfinals

02-14-2024 11:47 PM

D-III Girls’ BasketballNo. 3 Winnisquam 64, No. 14 Belmont 32Key players: Winnisquam – Lauren MacDonald (35 points, 7 rebounds), Bella Sargent (11 points, 11 rebounds), Triniti Carter (6 points, 10 rebounds), Caidyn Carter (5 points), Sophia Braun (4...


Girls’ hockey: Concord back on track, beating Manchester to snap five-game losing streak

02-14-2024 9:55 PM

By ERIC RYNSTON-LOBEL

CONCORD – It’s often the most elusive goal for any coach: consistency. There’s no easy tweak or schematic change that can turn things around. It takes time.With now three games remaining in the regular season, Concord girls’ hockey continues to search...


High schools: D-III boys basketball prelims, Stark beats MV in OT, Concord puck loses first regular season game since 2021

02-14-2024 1:27 AM

D-III Boys’ BasketballNo. 5 Hopkinton 64, No. 12 Newport 52Key players: Hopkinton – Abram Standefer (20 points, 6 rebounds, 4 blocks), Kristof Cauley (15 points, 3 rebounds, 5 assists); Newport – Christian Forsythe (25 points), Aaron Fellows (12...



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