It could be very simple to figure out the second spot in the Division II South Conference championship game: if Trinity beats St. Thomas on Saturday, it will play at Windham in the title game for the second year in a row.
Bedford faced a tough opponent in Goffstown on its homecoming weekend, while head coach Kurt Hines battled with coaching against his son, Brockton, a senior at Goffstown.
Here is how all the field hockey teams advanced to their respective final fours.
The location of three of the four conference title games has been determined, and six of the eight postseason teams appear to be in place.
The postseason doesn’t officially start until next weekend, but there is what amounts to a playoff game on the schedule for Friday – Londonderry at Salem.
Here’s a look at last weekend’s high school football results.
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.