It’s finally here, the day we’ve all been waiting for – Super Saturday. For the first time, all of New Hampshire’s football championship games will be played at one location, back-to-back-to-back. And while the games will hopefully come down to the wire, who is the top expert may come down to the final game on Saturday.
Continue on for the picks.
Bedford wraps up the regular season with a win over Manchester Central and then prepares for a conference championship showdown with Concord.
Following are the boys cross country all-state teams, as selected by New Hampshire cross country coaches.
Here are the girls cross country all-state teams, as selected by New Hampshire cross country coaches.
The Hollis Brookline High School wrestling team will be on a quest to win its third Division II title in the last four years, and NH-HighSchoolSports.com will be following the Cavaliers on their journey.
Here’s a look at how the lineup for Saturday’s football championship games was decided.
BEDFORD – Tyler Cibotti didn’t have much room to work.
And then there were four … teams in each division left. This week, we go from 12 teams to six on the field, but for our experts, it’s still almost anybody’s game. After this, it’s on to UNH for the finals, for the NHIAA’s first football championship Saturday.
Continue on for this week’s selections.
Here are the field hockey all-state teams, selected by the New Hampshire Field Hockey Coaches Association.
Don’t look now, but Christmas is just six weeks away, and after that come a plethora of holiday basketball, hockey and wrestling tournaments to keep you busy before the new year hits.