The first week of the 2014 high school football season provided quite a few surprises, and Week 2 could have several more. That didn’t stop the experts from all agreeing on the outcome of three games this week, with all eight taking Nashua North, Goffstown and Salem in games this weekend. One game was split right down the middle – Saturday night’s contest between Merrimack and Bishop Guertin.
Continue on to the jump for this week’s picks.
The vocal leader for the Nashua High School South football team won’t ever see the field this year.
While Robbie Smyth might not suit up this fall, but that hasn’t kept him away from the Panthers. Whether its practice, scrimmage or a game, the South senior has been on the sideline for his teammates whenever he can be, even though it’s driving him crazy.
MILFORD – Peter Clarke knew his Hollis Brookline High School girls soccer team would be facing a strong goalkeeper Tuesday against Milford.
The ConVal High School boys soccer team got two goals in the second half to beat Monadnock 3-0 Tuesday.
Taylor Usko had two goals and Kate Frederick added a goal and an assist to help lead the Sunapee High School girls soccer team to a 4-0 win Tuesday over Newport.
The Bedford High School football team gets ready for the first day of preseason practices.
Taylor Powell, a senior on the Windham High School field hockey team, took a few moments to answer some questions for us.
The ConVal High School girls volleyball team won the first game, and kept things close in the next three, but it wasn’t enough in a 3-1 loss to Manchester West on Monday.
Devan Casey scored two goals to help lead the Souhegan High School boys soccer team to a 3-0 win Monday over Milford.
Here’s a look at results from the opening weekend of high school football.