Here’s a look at the pairings for Saturday’s high school football semifinals.
Here are the teams that won a championship this fall.
MANCHESTER – Asha Steele scored the game’s only goal in the 63rd minute and the No. 3 Bedford High School girls soccer team upset No. 1 Exeter 1-0 to win the Division I championship on Saturday.
MANCHESTER – Peyton Kent scored two goals to lead the Souhegan High School girls soccer team to a 2-0 win over Pembroke on Saturday in the Division II girls soccer final.
Here is how the first weekend of conference championships played out in New Hampshire high school football.
NASHUA – Alex Parenteau used his arm and his legs to help lead the Keene High School football team to a 38-21 win over Nashua South in the Division I West Conference championship game on Saturday.
EXETER – Johnny O’Neil scored the game’s only goal with about 18 minutes to play and the No. 2 Hollis Brookline High School boys soccer team defeated Pembroke Academy 1-0 in the Division II boys soccer semifinals.
The playoffs are here, and since Saturday’s slate includes 12 conference championship games across all three divisions, the experts are picking them all. See who they think will make into the division semifinals.
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EXETER – The Souhegan High School girls soccer team advanced to the Division II championship game by beating Hanover 3-2 on penalty kicks.
Here’s a look at how the boys soccer semifinals played out.