AMHERST – The penalty corner didn’t start out anywhere near the way the Souhegan High School field hockey team wanted, but it couldn’t have ended any better.
It’s crunch time for New Hampshire high school football teams. For most teams, just two games remain for some to lock up postseason spots. A few could be clinched Friday night, while some teams need a win to have a chance next week.
Continue on for this week’s picks.
BEDFORD – The postseason doesn’t begin for Division I girls soccer for almost a week, but when Bedford and Bishop Guertin high school met Tuesday night in Bedford, it felt like playoffs were in the air.
MERRIMACK – The ball came off the stick of Callie Dwyer and went wide of the cage, and with it seemed to go all the momentum the Merrimack High School field hockey team had built up.
MILFORD – Tracie Ibarra was hoping the Milford High School field hockey team would come out strong in Tuesday’s Division II preliminary round game against Goffstown.
Bedford traveled to Exeter and needed some fourth-quarter heroics – and luck – to remain undefeated.
The Souhegan High School boys soccer team scored three times in a 13-minute span in the second half to beat ConVal 4-0 in a Division II game Monday.
The Bedford High School girls volleyball team had enough to hold off Alvirne in a three-game sweep Monday, as the Bulldogs won 25-22, 25-20 and 28-26.
The field is set for the postseason in all three field hockey divisions, and the playoffs get underway starting Tuesday, with the Division II preliminary round.
Here’s a look at all of the first-round matchups.
There are a handful of big games on the schedule this week in Division II, as several teams either try to solidify their postseason hopes, or just keep them alive. Here’s a look at how Division II stands with two weeks to go.