Here are playoff results from this weekend.
BEDFORD – Sue Thomas may have been pleased with how her Bedford High School girls basketball team was playing, but it doesn’t mean she was happy.
The Bulldogs muddled through the first half of Saturday’s Division I quarterfinal against Alvirne, but in the third quarter, No. 2 Bedford broke away and defeated the No. 7 Broncos 51-35. Read the rest of this entry »
MANCHESTER – The Merrimack High School boys hockey wanted to get off to a good start in Saturday’s Division II quarterfinal game against Goffstown.
MANCHESTER – The season was on the verge of unraveling for the Bedford High School boys ice hockey team.
The No. 3 Bulldogs had been clinging to a one-goal lead throughout the third period of Saturday’s Division II quarterfinal game against No. 6 Kingswood, but with 52 seconds left, the Knights tied the game at 2.
Bedford hadn’t panicked all game, not when it trailed for most of the first two periods, and it didn’t after the goal.
MILFORD – Plenty of teams have tried to shut down Milford High School’s Dina Pitsas this season.
St. Thomas was able to, somewhat, on Friday, but the rest of the Spartans were able to pick up the slack.
Here’s a look at playoff results in basketball and hockey this week.
HOLLIS – Three free throws played a big part of Thursday night’s high school boys basketball game between Hanover and Hollis Brookline.
When Bishop Guertin and Hanover play Thursday, it will wrapup the entire field of quarterfinalists for all three boys ice hockey divisions, which are scheduled to take place on Saturday.
BEDFORD – The Bedford High School girls basketball team is headed somewhere it’s never been before.
McKenzie Brown scored 19 points and Rachel Collins added 16 to help lead the No. 2 Bulldogs to a 56-33 win over No. 15 Manchester Central on Wednesday in the Division I preliminary round.
For the second-straight year, the Bishop Guertin High School girls basketball team is the No. 1 seed for the Division I tournament.
The Cardinals biggest competition is a newcomer, as Bedford, in its first year in the division, is the second seed.