Portsmouth Sports News
19 hrs ago | via Foster's Daily Democrat
The Clippers dropped to 1-2 in Division II after Friday's 3-1 loss at Oyster River. They got another quality start, this time from junior Justin Lent, but managed just five singles and couldn't get the big hit with a runner in scoring position. Comment?
20 hrs ago | via Foster's Daily Democrat
Maggie Stark pitched a complete game and the St. Thomas Aquinas High School softball team won its first game, 9-4, Friday at Trinity in Division II. Sarah Daniels paced the offense, going 4 for 5 with two homers and two doubles. Comment?
21 hrs ago | via Foster's Daily Democrat
That approach, along with a slight adjustment to her mechanics, has paid big dividends so far this season for Rose Tarvainen and the Oyster River High School softball team. The junior catcher slugged a pair of two-run homers in the first three innings Friday to jump-start the Bobcats' offense in an 8-5, Division II win over Portsmouth. Comment?
Thursday | via Foster's Daily Democrat
If the Newmarket High School baseball team was rusty having its season opener postponed four times, it didn't show on Thursday. The Mules finally got the season started with a 13-1 win at Portsmouth Christian in Division IV action. Comment?
Thursday Apr 23 | via UnionLeader.com
A restaurant with a British-themed pub will open on one of the city's most highly visible corners in June. Comment?
Friday Apr 17 | via Foster's Daily Democrat
PORTSMOUTH – Mary Squire saw a final score Friday that showed that her lacrosse team had lost in its first real test of the season Playing catch-up from the opening minutes, the Portsmouth High School girls lacrosse team caught Windham in the second half but couldn't overtake the visitors, falling to 1-1 in Division II after a 13-10 loss. “The girls went out and competed; they didn't give up,” said Squire. Comment?
Tuesday Apr 14 | via Foster's Daily Democrat
The Dover High School boys track and field team won its season opener Tuesday over visiting Winnacunnet, 76-59. The girls lost to the Warriors, 91-50. Comment?
Thursday Apr 9 | via UnionLeader.com
Players to Watch: Kevin Anderson, P/INF ; Casey Austin, P ; Caleb Broughton, INF ; Jake Buford, C ; Zach Byers, P/C/INF ; Gavin Cook, C ; Vinny Dustin, OF ; Dan Eldridge, P/C ; Jared Gunter, P/INF ; Andrew Houde P/INF ; Hunter Kretschmar, C ; Seth Learned, OF ; Ben Mallett, P/INF ; Ryan McKenna, OF ; Tanner Putnam, P/OF ; Ben Robinson, P/C ; Andrew ... (more) Comment?
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