LONDONDERRY — Many, if not all, on this year’s Londonderry football team weren’t even alive the last time the program won a playoff game.
The Born to Run Foundation announced that founder Noelle Lambert of Londonderry has been named to the U.S. Paralympic team. She will compete in Track & Field for Team USA at the 2019 World Para Athletics Championships in Dubai, United Arab Emirates from Nov. 7-15.
Local Brazilian Jiu Jitsu competitors, Ed Tapia and Kevin Smith of Londonderry’s Woo Kickboxing, competed at The Fuji Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Halloween Massachusetts Open on October 27.
BEDFORD — Playing in its seventh championship game in eight years, Windham not only emphatically wrapped up another dominant field hockey season, but also showed off the qualities that have turned the Jaguars into a dynasty.
NASHUA — Pinkerton’s boys have enjoyed some excellent races at the Meet of Champions, but perhaps none can compare with how the Astros ran Saturday.
CONCORD, N.H. — With his team trailing by a touchdown in the game’s final moments, Windham linebacker Stephen Mague stripped the ball, scooped it up and ran 70 yards for the touchdown with 1:50 left that gave the Jaguars a 22-15 victory over Concord.
Windham’s field hockey team had an impressive 3-0 win over Dover to advance to the Division 1 semifinals against Bishop Guertin, which upset Winnacunnet. Ryane Farrell, Livi Manchester and Cam Livingstone scored for the Jaguars (14-1).
Saint Michael’s College men’s swimming & diving senior Connor Hopkins of Windham was named Northeast-10 Conference Swimmer of the Week for his impressive showing in a double dual meet last Saturday.
Four members of Londonderry’s Woo Kickboxing Academy traveled 103 miles to Portland, Maine a couple of weeks ago to compete in the 2019 Maine Championship.
Pinkerton cross country coach Mike Clark received a surprise email over the summer, one that has provided the Astros with an unexpected boost.
In her last home meet of her career, Pinkerton senior Meghan Cross finished first in 19:44 for 3.1 miles to pace the Astros to an tri-meet win over Salem and Dover last Tuesday. Silvia Caddell finished second for Salem.
Through Sept. 30, Windham transfer Kate Blaisdell had 10 goals for the 7-1-1 Hanover field hockey team. The junior bound for Northeastern has teammates headed to D1 Davidson and Brown.
HAVERHILL – Having posted three shutouts in its first four games, the Salem defense already had proven itself formidable. Saturday afternoon at Trinity Stadium, the Blue Devils showed just how forbidding they can be against one of the state’s perennial offensive powers.
Just when it looked like the 3000 folks on hand for Project Blackout Cancer were going to see a little extra football, Mason Belsky made sure everyone left on time.
Mari Shea scored twice to help lift the Pinkerton field hockey team to a 4-0 win over archrival Londonderry in the annual Mack Plaque game on Saturday. The Astros (8-0) and the Lancers (7-2) are two of the best teams in the state.
Olivia Stowell continued her fine season for the Londonderry girls soccer team on Friday, scoring three goals in a 6-0 win over Nashua North. Teammate Alyssa Anderson also scored twice for the undefeated Lancers (7-0).
MANCHESTER, N.H. — Pinkerton’s boys showed a nice one-two underclass punch at the Manchester Invitational Saturday, but the Astros did not quite display their usual depth.
Sportscaster Jamie Staton of Windham and WMUR-TV are again teaming up with the New Hampshire Food Bank for the New Hampshire Tackles Hunger campaign during the high school football season.
MANCHESTER – One week before its showdown with border-rival and undefeated Londonderry, Pinkerton ran itself above the .500 mark with a convincing performance Friday night at Gill Stadium.
HAVERHILL — It was a battle of No. 1 vs. No. 2 Saturday morning, and one team gave the rest of the state plenty to worry about for the rest of the season.
NASHUA — Perineal cross country powerhouse Concord was the betting favorite heading into Saturday’s Nashua Invitational, but the Londonderry boys team must not have received the memo.
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