Four of the eight spots in the conference championship games have been clinched, and three more could be after this week’s games. Here’s a look at where every team stands, how they might be able to get into the postseason and some important games down the stretch in Division I.
Here’s a look at the Week 7 results from New Hampshire high school football.
NASHUA – Big plays haven’t been normal for the Bishop Guertin High School football team this season, but on Saturday night, the Cardinals got just enough of them.
BEDFORD – The Bedford High School football team will be playing in November.
BEDFORD – On a day where there was little room for the Alvirne High School boys soccer team to work on offense, senior Matt Lubinski knew the Broncos had to take advantage of every opportunity they got.
A year ago, Bedford and Concord met in Week 7 in a battle of undefeated teams. The Crimson Tide won that game to get home field throughout the postseason and went on to an undefeated championship. This year, the teams meet in Bedford, with the Bulldogs looking to wrapup home field in the conference championship game. Our experts unanimously picked a winner.
Continue on for that and the rest of this week’s picks.
Bedford used a fast start and a big second half to beat Spaulding and improve to 4-0. With a showdown at Exeter looming, the Bulldogs got some good news on the injury front.
With three weeks left in the season, two teams look to have a pretty good handle on first place in their respective conference, while the other two are still up in the air. Some of that will get sorted out this weekend, but a lot of it won’t. Here’s a look at how Division II stands with three weeks to go.
There are three weeks left in the regular season, and just one team in Division I has clinched one of the eight spots in the conference championship game. On the flip side, only five teams have been eliminated from the postseason, meaning a lot can still happen between now and Nov. 1.
Here’s a look at where every team stands, how they might be able to get into the postseason and some important games down the stretch in Division I.
Here’s a look at the Week 6 results from New Hampshire high school football.