MANCHESTER – Scoring 43 points in a half and leading by 12 at halftime are things that typically lead a high school boys basketball team to victory.
Holding a team scoreless for an entire quarter, and without a field goal for 12 minutes, is another way to win a basketball game.
PORTSMOUTH – The Milford High School girls basketball team was in need of a basket.
DOVER – Adam White had a moment to realize two things Thursday when the puck got to his stick.
There was a lot of open net in front of the Dover High School senior, and that made him think he’d be able to backhand a shot on goal.
MILFORD – Clairee Putnam was going to get her points, Steve Signor told his Milford High School girls basketball players before Tuesday night’s game against Windham.
For the Spartans, it was a matter of shutting everyone else down.
HOLLIS – Matt Regan thought his Pelham High School boys basketball team was settling for too many outside shots Monday night against Hollis Brookline.
But it doesn’t hurt to settle when the shots are falling.
Marcel Laplante has a perfect reason to be motivated.
“The artist who aims at perfection in everything achieves it in nothing,” - Eugene Delacroix, French Romantic painter, 1798-1863.
With February in full swing, it’s time to take a look at which high school teams have a chance at attaining perfection this winter season.
Here’s a look at what was going on Friday night in New Hampshire high school sports.
AMHERST – Going into the season, the Souhegan High School boys basketball team knew it was going to take some time for the players to adjust to varsity basketball.
PEMBROKE – There wasn’t much time for the Portsmouth High School boys basketball team to prepare for Thursday night’s game at Pembroke Academy.