The season is done, and while Saturday’s games determined three champions on the field, it also determined who would be the champion here. With a three-way tie for first, and two more a game back, it was up for grabs. Find out who is the 2013 Pigskin Prophets champion by going to the jump.
Here’s a look at how Saturday’s three division championship games unfolded.
CONCORD – It took a little more than seven minutes for the Concord High School football team to get control of Saturday’s Division I championship game against Pinkerton Academy.
Then, it took the Crimson Tide less than six more minutes to break the Astros.
It’s all come down to this. Three championship games to determine not just the winners on the field, but to find a champion among our experts. With a three-way tie for first, and two others just a game out, it’s still anyone’s game in the final week of the high school football season.
Continue on for the picks.
BEDFORD – Three Bedford High School athletes each signed a National Letter of Intent on Monday to continue their athletic careers in college.
HOLLIS – Two athletes from Hollis Brookline High School recently signed a National Letter of Intent to continue playing sports at the collegiate level.
Here are the results from Saturday’s football semifinals.
CONCORD – With time running out in the first half of Saturday’s Division I semifinal, the Concord High School football team faced a big fourth down play at Exeter’s 12-yard line.
Six semifinal games fill this week’s football schedule, and there are some unexpected matchups thanks to last week’s upsets. In Division I, Keene will host Pinkerton in its first home playoff game in 20 years, while Concord tries to stay undefeated against Exeter. In Division II, surprise semifinalist Sanborn heads to top-seed Plymouth while Trinity and Portsmouth replay their Week 1 game. In Division III, Stevens tries to make the final for the first time since 2005 against Epping-Newmarket, and Bow will host Inter-Lakes/Moultonborough.
Continue to the jump for this week’s picks.
The New Hampshire Volleyball Coaches Association has released the 2013 all-state teams.