As hard as it may seem to believe, there’s just a little more than a week left to the American Legion baseball season, and the standings are too close to say who the eight teams advancing to the state senior tournament will be.
Here’s a look at the dozen athletes from the Granite State deemed the best in their respective sports by Gatorade for the 2013-14 year.
BEDFORD – The formula was a simple one for Goffstown Post 16 in Tuesday’s win over Bedford Post 54.
MERRIMACK – The Rochester Post 7 baseball team didn’t take advantage of every opportunity it had Tuesday against Merrimack Post 98.
Note: On June 10, the Hollis Brookline High School boys lacrosse team won its second Division III championship in the last three years by beating Derryfield 10-9 in double overtime. HB head coach Mike Soucy and players Ryan Papineau, Logan Blake and Joe Brooks got together recently to discuss their season and the title game.
The Hollis Brookline High School boys lacrosse team entered the 2014 season knowing it could be a good year.
Just how good the Cavaliers were going to be depended on a few things.
MANCHESTER – Paul Lavigne felt good about his West defense going into Saturday’s CHaD East-West NH High School All-Star Game, but that didn’t keep the long time coach from feeling worried.
There will be some major changes to the boys lacrosse landscape for the NHIAA’s next two-year cycle.
The Bishop Guertin High School boys lacrosse team had three players named All-Americans by U.S. Lacrosse, and in all, nine New Hampshire players received the honors.
Two players from the Souhegan High School girls lacrosse team received All-American honors from U.S. Lacrosse, with a total of nine players in all earning recognition.
The New Hampshire High School Baseball Coaches Association recently released the all-state teams for all four baseball divisions.