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NHIAA

LEBANON — Not even a week after playing in the NHIAA Division III championship game, Lebanon High football is moving up a division. The news was...

Logan Falzarano led Lebanon High to a NHIAA Division II championship game berth this fall. And while he wishes the Raiders emerged as state champs,...

Incomplete: Raiders fall in final

11/24/19

DURHAM, N.H. — Top-seeded Lebanon High football struggled to establish its prolific offense in the NHIAA Division III football championship game on...

Mother Nature plays a game of her own

11/24/19

DURHAM, N.H. — To call the weather inclement during Sunday’s NHIAA Division III football final doesn’t do Mother Nature justice. Top-seeded Lebanon...

Bev Metcalf gave Lebanon High football coach Chris Childs a call earlier this week. Metcalf, the widow of Lebanon boys basketball coaching legend...

MANCHESTER — Even though the Newport Tigers won’t be vying for the NHIAA Division III football championship at the University of New Hampshire this...

MANCHESTER — Trinity High School running back John Thibault has been demolishing opposing defenses all season long, and Saturday was no different...

LEBANON — Wade Rainey rushed for 218 yards and added a 52-yard touchdown punt return to go with running and receiving scores as top-seeded Lebanon...

MANCHESTER — Profound silence permeated the Lebanon High sideline following Saturday’s 1-0 loss to ConVal in the NHIAA Division II boys soccer...

MANCHESTER — Well after the championship trophy was handed out, the chants of “Joey, Joey, Joey” rang across the turf at Manchester Memorial High...

EXETER, N.H. — Charlotte Johnson sprinted down the far sideline on Thursday night and paused quickly outside of the box to receive the soccer ball....

CLAREMONT — There is one big reason why the Stevens football team has won an NHIAA state championship (2016) and been to three semifinals in the...

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