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On Friday, when the Winnacunnet High School track and field team competes at the Division I meet, it will be the first time in more than two decades that Jay Damren isn't overseeing the team as the head coach.
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Evan Maccani returns the ball in his No. 2 single match, an 8-2 victory over Kingswood's Andrew McCall in the Division III boys' tennis semifinals on May 23, 2013 at Bow High School.
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The Oyster River High School baseball team beat Kingswood in five innings Thursday, 13-2, in Division II action to finish the regular season at 9-7. OR will likely be the No.
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Oyster River third baseman Samantha Walker, right, awaits a throw as Kingswood's Hiral Patel scrambles back to the bag during Division II action on Thursday in Wolfeboro.
FROM STAFF REPORTS SOUTH BERWICK, Maine The Berwick Academy baseball team advanced to the NESCAC championship game on Wednesday with a 2-1 win over Providence Country Day School in the semifinals.
If you took one look at ConVal senior Tom Hughes, it'd be hard to miss why he is so successful.
Martin has proven to be one of the better pitchers in Division IV. Monday's 4-2 win over Portsmouth Christian Academy was his latest addition to a season that is becoming worthy of Player of the Year honors.
Bishop Brady's Madeline Moran keeps her eye on the ball in her No. 1 singles match against Oyster River's Becca Hoff in the Division II girls tennis quarterfinal between Bishop Brady and Oyster River on May 22, 2013 at Memorial Field.
LOOKING AHEAD to Friday's 4 p.m. Division I meet at Winnacunnet of Hampton, perhaps it's a good idea to look back to Saturday's Londonderry Invitational to find out who's on... There are three schools of thought regarding the meaning of the Bruins' 3-2, overtime victory over the Rangers in Thursday's Game 1. As the Red Sox and Orioles essentially ... (more)
The ConVal baseball team picked up its sixth straight win on Monday, using a sixth inning rally to defeat Sanborn 7-6. But the Cougars also put themselves in a position to potentially reach as high as fourth in the Division II standings.
The quarterfinal match was decided in singles play, which at home, fell in line with the weighty expectations of this Exeter High School boys tennis team.
The top-seeded Portsmouth High School boys tennis team began the Division II tournament with a 9-0 victory over No.
St. Thomas' Pat Toomey, left, scoops the ball safely away from Oyster River's Pat McDonough during Division II action on Tuesday.
Dave Nichols, who coached Oyster River High School basketball teams to four state titles, will not be back to coach the girls varsity team next season.
Patrick McHugh/Citizen photo Zachary Carson returns a serve during doubles match play against Profile in the Division III boys tennis quarterfinals in Alton Tuesday.
The Portsmouth High School girls lacrosse team was a 25-5 winner at Dover on Monday in Division II action at Dunaway Field.