There’s a lot that Windham softball coach Dave Hedge likes about having rising senior Jasmine Moskowitz in his program.
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.
Growing up as a basketball star in New Hampshire, Mark Dunham learned what it meant to face Central Catholic on the court.
Even when Abby Bedient was in middle school, Windham High softball coach Dave Hedge could tell that the now-senior had enormous potential.
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.
Few wrestlers had a more up-and-down collegiate career than former Pinkerton standout Phil Moricone.
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.
DERRY, N.H. — Lauren Riviere knows, at first glance, that she hardly fits the image of a dominant defenseman, or a hockey player at all.
For the Londonderry girls basketball team, the worst part of the entire situation is the unknown.
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…
MANCHESTER, N.H. — Windham matched Bedford shot for shot in the first period, and controlled play for nearly the entire third. But the middle period doomed the Jaguars.
There was a consensus sentiment swirling around the Londonderry girls basketball locker room as halftime came to a close last Friday against Dover.
Local Brazilian Jiu Jitsu students Christopher Merheb, Marcus Schmitt, Cameron Grassis and Daniel Harrington competed at the Grappling Industries Boston Tournament late last month. They all learn under coach Perry Gagnon at Londonderry’s Woo Kickboxing Academy.
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