LONDONDERRY – Everyone watching Monday’s high school boys soccer game between Alvirne and Londonderry thought Raul Stedile was going to shoot, even Stedile.
The Bedford High School girls volleyball team rallied from a 2-0 deficit Monday night to defeat Londonderry 3-2.
With four weeks remaining in the regular season, its time to start thinking about the postseason. Here’s a look at where Division II football teams stand, who still has a shot and which games will be important down the stretch.
With four weeks remaining in the regular season, its time to start thinking about the postseason. Here’s a look at where Division I football teams stand, who still has a shot and which games will be important down the stretch.
Here’s a look at Week 5’s scores from around the Granite State.
EXETER – In the end, the Bedford High School football team got the win over Exeter it was after.
Fortunately for the Bulldogs, style points don’t count as much as the ones on the scoreboard.
MILFORD – If Keith Jones thought his Milford High School football team could win games without throwing the football, the Spartans never would.
We’ve reached the midway point for the football season, and its still very much anyone’s game for our experts. The standings could change quite a bit after this weekend, as there were just three games with a unanimous winner: St. Thomas at Laconia, Dover at Spaulding and Winnacunnet at Goffstown.
To see this week’s picks, continue on.
The fifth week of the season in Division II football gets underway Friday night, with teams playing their fourth or fifth game of an eight-game regular season.
NASHUA – After five weeks, it’s no secret the Nashua High School North football team is going to try to run the football.