NASHUA – After five weeks, it’s no secret the Nashua High School North football team is going to try to run the football.
The fifth week of Division I football’s nine-game season is set to begin Thursday night, when Merrimack travels to Stellos Stadium to face Nashua North.
As Bedford prepared for a rematch with Portsmouth of the 2011 Division III championship game, the Bulldogs tried to deal with a season-ending injury to a teammate.
The Souhegan High School boys soccer team got three goals from three players Tuesday to defeat Pembroke 3-1.
The Sunapee High School girls soccer team got an early go to open each half and held off Newport for a 3-0 win Tuesday.
HUDSON – The Merrimack High School girls volleyball team recorded its ninth sweep of the season Monday, beating Alvirne 3-0 to improve to 10-0 in Division I. Game scores were 25-12, 25-17 and 25-18.
Here’s a look at what when on around the Granite State during Week 4 of the high school football season.
HOLLIS – Mike Lochman told his Souhegan High School football team it had to do in the second half Saturday against Hollis Brookline.
MERRIMACK – Jack Mahoney had several reasons to give when asked how the Alvirne High School football team was able to pull out a 13-7 win Friday night over Merrimack.
AMHERST – Katie Almeida scored two first-half goals and the Souhegan High School field hockey team made it hold up in a 2-0 win Friday over Milford.