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Boys’ lacrosse playoff preview: Bow headlines four area teams competing in Division III, Concord sneaks into D-I bracket, Pembroke in D-II
05-31-2023 12:22 AM

By ERIC RYNSTON-LOBEL

Bow boys’ lacrosse finished 2022 at 2-13. A year later, the Falcons soar into the playoffs with an unbeaten regular season (14-0) under their belts and the favorites to take home the Division III championship plaque.The team allowed an average of just...


Girls’ lacrosse playoff preview: Bow leading the way in Division III; Hopkinton and Concord Christian not far behind
05-30-2023 1:27 PM

By ERIC RYNSTON-LOBEL

Few teams have been more dominant in any sport this spring than Bow girls’ lacrosse. At 15-1, the Falcons only loss came against Division I Portsmouth. Otherwise, Bow has played almost flawless lacrosse since the start of the season, outscoring...


Softball: Pembroke’s offense explodes against Bow, Spartans finish regular season 8-8
05-26-2023 1:44 AM

By ERIC RYNSTON-LOBEL

PEMBROKE – The Spartans’ softball season has been one of extremes – massive wins followed by blowout losses. So it seems somewhat fitting that at the end of the regular season, following an 11-3 victory over Bow on Thursday, Pembroke sits at...


Baseball: Three notes about Bishop Brady’s phenomenal season
05-25-2023 11:40 AM

By ERIC RYNSTON-LOBEL

Bishop Brady head coach Skip Foy has a luxury that any high school coach, especially at the Division III level, would love to have: three reliable starting pitchers.It’s a big reason why the Giants haven’t allowed more than four runs in a game all...


Baseball: Belmont holds off Winnisquam in a messy matchup
05-23-2023 8:52 PM

By ERIC RYNSTON-LOBEL

BELMONT – Belmont High’s baseball season has been one of streaks: After losing the season opener, the Red Raiders won five in a row before losing four in a row. They’ve followed that up with four straight wins, the latest a 10-5 victory over...


Softball: Merrimack Valley crushes Kennett 19-1 in final home game of the season
05-19-2023 1:12 AM

By ERIC RYNSTON-LOBEL

PENACOOK – The bottom of the first inning for Merrimack Valley’s offense on Thursday proceeded as follows: E5, single, fielder’s choice, grand slam, single, walk, single, E6, double, flyout, single, flyout, double, caught stealing.Thirteen batters...


Girls’ lacrosse: Hopkinton wins sixth in a row, taking down Concord Christian, 18-10
05-17-2023 8:13 AM

By ERIC RYNSTON-LOBEL

CONCORD – Tuesday’s matchup between Hopkinton and Concord Christian featured two programs with quite different histories behind them: The Hawks, the defending Division III champions who’ve annually produced one of the strongest programs in the state,...


What’s it like to be part of Concord softball? The team explains
05-16-2023 5:31 PM

By ERIC RYNSTON-LOBEL

Concord senior Olivia Crawford has two words written in Sharpie on her softball visor: Unfinished Business.Her sophomore year, the Tide lost in the Division I championship game to Salem. Her junior year, they lost in the championship to Exeter. The...


Baseball: Bow hangs on for much-needed win over MV to climb back to .500
05-16-2023 1:31 AM

By ERIC RYNSTON-LOBEL

BOW – With just five games remaining in their regular season, the Falcons desperately needed a win on Monday to get back to .500, and win they did – 6-3 over rival Merrimack Valley.Bow (6-6) jumped out to a 1-0 lead in the second inning on an RBI...


‘She absolutely loved softball’: Coe-Brown honors former Bear who died in Thanksgiving car accident
05-10-2023 6:21 PM

By ERIC RYNSTON-LOBEL

Four years ago, Coe-Brown softball took down Hollis-Brookline, 9-5 as Drew Ceppetelli, a senior captain for the Bears, went 3-for-3 with an RBI and run scored.“Just another day for Cepp,” head coach Dave Allis said about the game on May 8,...


Baseball: John Stark with a much-need win in the midst of challenging season
05-10-2023 11:47 AM

By ERIC RYNSTON-LOBEL

WEARE – John Stark entered Tuesday’s game against Laconia in need of not only a win, but a comfortable win. In the midst of five games in six days, the Generals came into the day having lost four of their last five after a 3-0 start.That five-game...


Baseball: After a 6-2 start, Coe-Brown humbled by 8-0 home loss to Oyster River
05-09-2023 10:19 AM

By ERIC RYNSTON-LOBEL

NORTHWOOD – Coe-Brown baseball head coach Rob Stockman doesn’t talk about his team like they’re 6-3, already matching their win total from 2022. He knows the Bears are still a work in progress. Monday was his latest reminder: an 8-0 loss to rival...


Former Merrimack Valley AD and current softball coach Kevin O’Brien talks about sticking around MV athletics and the current season
05-08-2023 6:53 PM

By ERIC RYNSTON-LOBEL

Kevin O’Brien retired as the Merrimack Valley athletic director last June after working in the school district for 37 years. But, he decided to stick around for a third season as the Pride’s softball coach. Now 5-4 through this weekend after beating...


‘It’s worth every penny’: A lack of athletic trainers has area athletic directors rethinking their value to student-athlete safety
05-08-2023 5:20 PM

By ERIC RYNSTON-LOBEL

Concord High School athletic trainer Kristal Terpstra didn’t even know what an athletic trainer was when she was in high school.As a student at Lynnville-Sully, a school of under 200 students in rural Iowa, about 50 miles east of Des Moines, she...


Girls’ lacrosse: Bow topples Coe-Brown 19-0, in a game featuring programs in different places
05-06-2023 3:12 AM

By ERIC RYNSTON-LOBEL

BOW – Watch a Bow girls’ lacrosse game, and there’s a high probability you’ll watch the Falcons score 19 goals. The only question is how many will they allow? On Friday against Coe-Brown, it was another shutout, the latest in a string of dominant...


Ever hear of a soccer mini pitch? Concord is building one at Keach Park
05-05-2023 12:35 PM

By ERIC RYNSTON-LOBEL

The City of Concord is nearing completion of an enclosed soccer structure that can be used nearly year-round as part of the recreation department’s improvements to Keach Park.The soccer mini pitch’s dimensions are roughly 50 x 100 feet, according to...


Baseball: Concord wraps up eventful week with seesaw battle against Trinity
04-29-2023 12:46 AM

By ERIC RYNSTON-LOBEL

CONCORD – April break for the Crimson Tide began in Londonderry, featured a 4.5-hour drive to Cooperstown, N.Y. and ended back in the state capital with Concord wrapping up a 4-0 week beating Trinity on Friday, 7-6.Despite having won three in a...


After 16 years, Belmont baseball has a new scoreboard
04-28-2023 2:52 PM

By ERIC RYNSTON-LOBEL

For years, trying to follow a Belmont baseball game was like a complex game of concentration: Were the Red Raiders winning or losing? Or was the game tied? Was it a full count on the batter? Or was the count 2-1? Over the 16-year tenure of Matt...


‘It’s a Concord thing’: Former girls’ basketball teammates start scholarship to highlight the value of working as a team
04-26-2023 3:20 PM

By ERIC RYNSTON-LOBEL

Beth Corkum graduated Concord High School with six of her basketball teammates, an especially large number for a roster that generally has about 12 players.Two of them, Cedra Lee Christiansen Davis and Katherine Trice, have since passed away. But...


Boys’ lacrosse: Bow improves to 5-0 with 9-6 victory over Bishop Brady
04-22-2023 8:19 AM

By ERIC RYNSTON-LOBEL

BOW – After a tight, low-scoring first half, the Bow Falcons pulled away from visiting Bishop Brady in the final 24 minutes, winning 9-6 and extending their win streak to five to start the season.Tied 2-2 at the half, the Falcons rode a 4-0 third...

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