DIVISION III

WINDSOR — Repeating their rivalry week feat with a little more difficulty, the No. 1 Windsor High football team scratched past No. 4 Woodstoc, 26...

THETFORD — With three top-10 finishes, including a second-place overall by junior Madelyn Durkee, the Thetford Academy girls ascended to the top of...

EXETER, N.H. — The run is done for the Lebanon High field hockey team. The Raiders came up short in the NHIAA Division II semifinals, falling to...

PLYMOUTH, N.H. — Overcoming adversity is a requirement for even the best teams, and it’s no different for the Hanover High field hockey team. Down...

WEST CANAAN — When she needs to practice throwing heavy objects around, Opal Shinnlinger has been limited to the parking lot at Mascoma Valley...

CASTLETON, Vt. — Oxbow High softball was one out away from a Vermont Principals Association Division III state title when head coach Chuck Simmons...

Just one left for Olympians

6/9/21

BRADFORD, Vt. — All season, Oxbow High softball counted down their remaining contests.Head coach Chuck Simmons would ask the team, “How many games...

PLYMOUTH, N.H. — Jake Kriplin may have gotten on the ground floor of something only to have to step off the elevator.The Lebanon High senior...

WINDSOR — The last game the Windsor High girls basketball team played turned out to be the last game Bruce Mackay coached.Mackay informed Windsor...

WINDSOR — If ever there was a playoff season in which seeds mattered not at all, Tyler Post believes this is it.He should know. His 10th-seeded...

CLAREMONT — Kick the extra point for the tie, or go for two points and the win? Stevens High football coach Paul Silva left that decision to his...

WEST CANAAN — The Mascoma High field hockey team’s season turned on two hard thwacks of a ball sandwiched around the sound of a man’s voice on a...

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