After 61 years, the Shrine Maple Sugar Bowl appears to be done, as New Hampshire has decided to end its partnership with the game, which is played against Vermont each summer.
It’s the second week of October football, it feels like fall outside and there are some big games on the slate in Week 6. In Division I, Nashua South heads to Alvirne with first place in the West Conference on the line. Exeter and Portsmouth will be playing for first in the East Conference, as well. Goffstown takes its momentum from last week’s comeback win to Bedford. And in Division II, Milford goes on the road to face Trinity.
Continue on for this week’s picks.
The Hollis Brookline High School boys soccer team needed overtime to get its 11th win of the season Thursday, a 2-1 victory over ConVal.
MERRIMACK – The Winnacunnet High School field hockey team got all the goals it would need in the first 20 minutes of Wednesday’s game and held off Merrimack for a 2-0 win.
The Bedford High School girls volleyball team took the first game from Nashua North, but the Titans rallied to win the next three Wednesday night in a Division I match.
The Hollis Brookline High School girls volleyball team fell behind a game, but regrouped to take the final three Wednesday to beat Londonderry 3-1 in a Division I match.
The Souhegan and Lebanon high school boys soccer team played to a 1-1 tie Tuesday night in a Division II game.
The ConVal High School boys soccer team took the lead in the second half Tuesday, but Manchester West came back to tie it 2-2, and that’s where it stood after two overtimes.
Bedford’s defense was tested in a redemption game against Winnacunnet in Week 3, but the Bulldogs didn’t break to improve to 3-0.
LONDONDERRY – Everyone watching Monday’s high school boys soccer game between Alvirne and Londonderry thought Raul Stedile was going to shoot, even Stedile.