It may be just the first week of the spring season, but there are some big matchups on the schedule to start the season.
The Hollis Brookline High School girls tennis team picked up its first win of the season, a 6-3 victory over Souhegan on Wednesday at Camp Tevya.
The first day of the spring season saw one of the longest winning streaks in the state come to a close, as the Bedford High School girls tennis team defeated Bishop Guertin 8-1 on Monday.
NASHUA – The Goffstown High School boys lacrosse team finished off a season of firsts in 2013.
NASHUA – The day was over for the Concord High School boys lacrosse team, but the Crimson Tide still sat in the stands at Stellos Stadium.
Keith Bertrand can see a lot of potential when he looks at the Nashua High School North boys lacrosse team.
A year ago, the Merrimack High School girls lacrosse team was not in a good place.
NASHUA – It’s only the first week of April, and already, the Bishop Guertin High School boys lacrosse team looks like its in mid-season form.
NASHUA – When putting together the non-division portion of the schedule, coach Matt Guerard wanted to challenge his Bedford High School boys lacrosse team.
Brian Miller admits that on paper, there appears to be some holes in the starting lineup for the Merrimack High School boys lacrosse team.
But Miller knows there’s more to his players than what’s written down on a roster or a depth chart.