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Owens enjoying the ride with Hollis Brookline boys soccer

Cole Owens enters his senior year at Hollis Brookline with high hopes for the boys soccer team.

Cole Owens enters his senior year at Hollis Brookline with high hopes for the boys soccer team.

HOLLIS – The first tryout session for the Hollis Brookline High School boys soccer team had just ended and coach Rick Carvalho had great news for senior captain Cole Owens.

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Seniors expecting big things for Nashua South football

Josh Perry is one of several seniors returning for Nashua South.

Josh Perry is one of several seniors returning for Nashua South.

NASHUA – The seniors on this year’s Nashua High School South football team have experienced a lot of success in their first three seasons.

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Nashua North football hoping changes lead to continued growth

Nashua North hosts South Burlington on Tuesday in its first scrimmage of the preseason.

Nashua North hosts South Burlington on Tuesday in its first scrimmage of the preseason.

NASHUA – Jason Robie did the unthinkable during the 2013 football season.

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Tradition a big motivator for Souhegan football

Souhegan's George LePage throws a block during a game last year.

Souhegan’s George LePage throws a block during a game last year.

MILFORD – It was the first official day of football practice in New Hampshire and over 50 players stood inside the Hampshire Dome wearing black and gold.

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Laurendi feels good about start to second season with Merrimack football

Joe Giampietro is back for Merrimack after a season-ending knee injury a year ago.

Joe Giampietro is back for Merrimack after a season-ending knee injury a year ago.

MERRIMACK – There is a lot for Dante Laurendi to be happy about as he starts his second season as the head coach of the Merrimack High School football team.

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The Season to feature Bedford football in 2014

Bedford football will be the subject of the latest edition of The Season.

Bedford football will be the subject of the latest edition of The Season.

The Bedford High School football team is preparing for its second season in Division I, and NH-HighSchoolSports.com will be there every step of the way.

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Minor changes made to football divisions for 2014

Nashua South's Andrew DeCarteret tries to fight off a tackle during Thursday's action. For more photos, go to the Photo Album.

Andrew DeCarteret and Nashua South are ready to start preseason practices Wednesday along with the other teams in Division I and II.

After overhauling its football divisions for last season, the NHIAA has made some minor tweaks to the alignments this year.

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Around the Granite State: The end of summer

The Dover Post 8 baseball team saw its season come to end last week in regional play.

The Dover Post 8 baseball team saw its season come to end last week in regional play.

Here’s a look at what has been going on in the state during the final week of the summer.

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New Hampshire makes it 14 in a row with win over Vermont in Shrine Maple Sugar Bowl

New Hampshire's Jared Kuehl sacks Vermont's James Shufelt III during Saturday's Shrine Maple Sugar Bowl.

New Hampshire’s Jared Kuehl sacks Vermont’s James Shufelt III during Saturday’s Shrine Maple Sugar Bowl.

HANOVER – New Hampshire coach Dave Jackson wanted to see his team get off to a fast start against Vermont in Saturday’s Shrine Maple Sugar Bowl.

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Stable of arms gave Dover Post 8 unique advantage in American Legion Senior Tournament

Dover players hold up the American Legion Senior Championship trophy after beating Derry on Tuesday.

Dover players hold up the American Legion Senior Championship trophy after beating Derry on Tuesday.

NASHUA – There were pitchers who recorded more wins and threw more innings, but the Dover Post 8 baseball team had the deepest rotation and that’s what helped it win its first American Legion state title in 14 years.

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