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FOXBOROUGH — It was 12:46 p.m. on a Sunday. I sat in the south end zone of Gillette Stadium, directly behind the uprights, among 360 seats in the section.

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DERRY — What started as a 96-field contest on Twitter has resulted in a local high school being tops when it comes to having the best playing field for football.

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Many students enter college with dreams of becoming a doctor. Then they take, say, organic chemistry and make a beeline to the registrar’s office to change majors.

HAVERHILL — The Northern Essex Community College Department of Athletics has announced its plans for returning to intercollegiate practice and competition for the 2020-21 athletics season in the wake of COVID-19.

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Lacrosse attackman Dave Wiedenfeld of Londonderry was recently picked as the Keene State Male Senior Athlete of the Year. An everpresent on the lacrosse field, Wiedenfeld led the Owls to a 37-18 record in three plus seasons before his senior year was cut short by the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Windham High sophomore Braeden Manti will need to wait another year to see if a double duty spring is feasible.

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Some may view a New England title as the pinnacle. But most of the area girls New England track champions seemed to go on to bigger and better things.

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Name, Position: ALYSSA DIMAURO, Shortstop

Londonderry’s Cameron Babine announced that he will be continuing his football career at Bridgton Academy next year. The All-NH Division 1 South defensive linemen helped spearhead a Lancer defense that allowed just 10.2 points per game for the state champions.

Londonderry’s Ryan Griffin made a strong impression in his 13 starts with the New York Jets last year, and the team wants him back wearing green next season after exercising his 2021 option.

Joey DaSilva scored a team-high 15 points to keep No. 12 Windham trailing by just three at halftime and still very much alive in its upset bid attempt. But No. 5 Keene got up by double digits in the third quarter, and slowed the pace down to bleed out the clock in its eventualy 52-38 first r…

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