Here’s a look at the results from the first weekend of the high school football postseason.
It’s playoff time, and in Divisions I and II, the conference championships take place on Saturday, while Division III opens with the quarterfinals. In Division I, the top two teams – Bedford and Pinkerton – were unanimous picks by our experts.
For the rest of the picks, continue on.
This weekend will feature 10 championship games in boys and girls soccer and girls volleyball. Here’s a look at who will be playing and how they got there.
When the NHIAA revealed its plans for high school football realignment in June of 2012, there were undoubtedly those for it and those against it from all parts of the state.
The plan also raised a lot of questions, many of which couldn’t be answered until a couple of seasons had been allowed to play out.
After a close win over Goffstown, Bedford had some things to improve on before a big matchup with Concord.
Here’s a look at how teams advanced to the girls soccer semifinals.
The postseason has arrived for Division I football, and here’s a look at the final standings and the matchups for the conference championship games.
The postseason has arrived for Division II football. Here’s a look at the final standings and the matchups for Saturday’s conference championship games.
The Division III football playoffs get started with the quarterfinals on Saturday, and here’s a look the final standings and the matchups.
Here’s a look at where the boys soccer playoffs stand.