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NHIAA

LITCHFIELD, N.H. — The Stevens High football team is headed back to the NHIAA Division III semifinals.The sixth-ranked Cardinals used three Keaghan...

LEBANON — When he’s not coaching the Lebanon High football team or working his plumbing supply job, Chris Childs apparently has a little bit of art...

LACONIA, N.H. — Say this for Mascoma High boys soccer: The future looks bright, even if the present is over.Defending state champion Campbell...

EXETER, N.H. — Unlike the rest of her Hanover field hockey teammates, Kate Blaisdell already has an NHIAA Division II state title. She was on the...

EXETER, N.H. — Last year, Rob Johnstone wasn’t even coaching Lebanon High boys soccer. This year, Johnstone and the Raiders will be playing in the...

NASHUA, N.H. — Hanover High boys soccer coach Rob Grabill would prefer to not leave things up to chance. So he prepares his team for any situation....

Cardinals stumble in soccer semis

11/4/19

LACONIA, N.H. — When teams that have seen each other as often as the Stevens and Hopkinton girls soccer squads have lately, tactics can go right...

BEDFORD, N.H. — Coach Jean Essex handed out medals at the beginning of the receiving line as her Hanover High field hockey team passed the NHIAA...

The Hanover High girls soccer team’s magical season continued Sunday with a 4-0 defeat of John Stark during an NHIAA Division II playoff...

BEDFORD, N.H. — Mascoma High field hockey created more scoring opportunities, took more shots on goal and had four penalty corner chances in the...

CLAREMONT — Hillsboro-Deering/Hopkinton tailback Colby Quiet rushed for three touchdowns in the Redhawks’ 27-6 win over Stevens High on Friday...

HANOVER — One hundred minutes of play and then a full round of penalty kicks was not quite enough to settle the score in a wild game between the No...

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