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Boys’ basketball: Coe-Brown starts fast, reemerges late to hold off Kingswood at home
01-03-2024 10:13 PM

By ERIC RYNSTON-LOBEL

NORTHWOOD – Coe-Brown boys’ basketball might be returning just one starter from last season, but one thing’s remained consistent: the team’s ability to start fast.Boosted so often last season by strong first quarters, the Bears continued that trend at...


Girls’ basketball: After three losses to the Falcons last season, Pembroke finally gets the last laugh
01-02-2024 10:53 PM

By ERIC RYNSTON-LOBEL

BOW – It was far from a pretty game of basketball. In the first half, it was total slog. Pembroke (4-0) and Bow (2-2) ended the first quarter tied, 4-4, and headed to the locker room at halftime tied, 14-14. But over the final 16 minutes of play, it...


Playing in its third division in three years, Concord Christian girls’ basketball is prepared for the challenge
12-26-2023 5:27 PM

By ERIC RYNSTON-LOBEL

In 2021-22, Concord Christian Academy girls’ basketball won the Division IV state championship, finished 21-0 and outscoring its opponents by an average of 35.9 points per game. In 2022-23, CCA won the Division III state championship, finished 21-1...


Pittsfield community mourns death of 24-year-old Gabe Anthony; woman charged with DWI
12-23-2023 2:55 PM

By ERIC RYNSTON-LOBEL

Gabe Anthony’s senior basketball season ended in heartbreak.Pittsfield had finished the 2016-17 regular season 16-2 but lost its first-round playoff game to Portsmouth Christian in a major upset. Anthony had desperately wanted to end his high school...


Girls’ basketball: After slow start, Merrimack Valley comes alive to pick up much-needed win over Coe-Brown
12-19-2023 11:55 PM

By ERIC RYNSTON-LOBEL

PENACOOK – Merrimack Valley desperately needed a win on Tuesday night. Things didn’t start well.Playing on its home floor after starting the season 0-2, the Pride fell behind Coe-Brown, 12-6, at the end of the first quarter. About midway through the...


Who’d win a wrestling match between Santa and the Grinch? Find out Thursday in Bow
12-19-2023 1:09 PM

By ERIC RYNSTON-LOBEL

On Thursday night in the Bow High School gymnasium, wrestling enthusiasts will have a front-row seat to the ultimate holiday showdown: Santa Claus vs. the Grinch.It’s part of “Jingle Brawl,” hosted by the Bow Brawlers, the local youth wrestling...


Swimming: Bow, Concord perform well at area swim meet
12-18-2023 5:10 PM

By ERIC RYNSTON-LOBEL

Bow and Concord headlined an area swim meet at the Concord YMCA Friday evening, also featuring Belmont, Gilford and Laconia.The Falcons finished atop the girls’ leaderboard, and the Tide finished atop the boys’.Bow’s Emily Hou placed first in the...


As Concord’s Memorial Field discussions continue, what are pros and cons of synthetic turf?
12-16-2023 11:08 AM

By ERIC RYNSTON-LOBEL

As discussions around renovation plans for Memorial Field progress, few changes loom larger than the possibility of adding a synthetic turf field.Anyone who’s visited the facility on South Fruit Street in Concord the day after rain knows the current...


Boys’ basketball: Concord walks away from 20-point loss on Friday with lots more work still to do
12-16-2023 9:06 AM

By ERIC RYNSTON-LOBEL

CONCORD – Crimson Tide head coach Tim LaTorra emerged from the locker room, his tie long since taken off, his sleeves rolled up and his giant portable white board rolling alongside him. His voice a bit hoarse, there was little he could do to hide his...


Boys’ hockey: In dominant 5-1 win, Concord sends Windham a message
12-14-2023 9:57 AM

By ERIC RYNSTON-LOBEL

CONCORD – Wednesday night’s season opener between Concord and Windham at Everett Arena could’ve been the start of a changed landscape in Division I. The Tide, having graduated one of the top players in the state in Brooks Craigue, entering 2023-24...


Girls’ hockey: Concord drops season opener in back-and-forth affair with Berlin-Gorham-Kennett
12-14-2023 9:47 AM

By ERIC RYNSTON-LOBEL

CONCORD – For the first 13 minutes of the opening game of the season, Concord girls’ hockey looked a step slow. The Tide struggled to possess the puck and found itself down 1-0 against Berlin-Gorham-Kennett at the end of the first period.But out of...


Boys’ basketball: New faces, same result for Pembroke in season-opening win over Merrimack Valley
12-13-2023 11:31 AM

By ERIC RYNSTON-LOBEL

PEMBROKE – Graduating nine players in an offseason usually means a rebuild the following year. For coach Mike Donnell’s Pembroke Spartans, it was merely a “retool.”With several new faces taking the floor in Tuesday night’s season opener between...


Artist chosen for Christa McAuliffe Memorial at State House
12-11-2023 4:33 PM

By ERIC RYNSTON-LOBEL

Benjamin Victor, a 44-year-old sculptor from Boise, Idaho, has been chosen to design the memorial to Christa McAuliffe that will be placed on State House lawn.Victor was selected by the Christa McAuliffe State House Memorial Commission, which was...


Hometown Hero: Caia Kimball gives back to her elementary school
12-10-2023 4:37 PM

By ERIC RYNSTON-LOBEL

Caia Kimball needed to come up with a project for her Silver Award in Girl Scouts. Who better to help out than Karen McCormack, her former art teacher at Broken Ground School, she thought.She’d seen that McCormack was trying to find a way of getting a...


Beaver Meadow clubhouse failed to meet criteria for community center grant 
12-07-2023 4:02 PM

By ERIC RYNSTON-LOBEL

Proponents of rebuilding the Beaver Meadow Golf Course clubhouse have argued that the new structure would serve as a community center for wider city use, but the $10.8 million project was deemed ineligible for a grant because it didn’t meet the...


New ownership to take over the Fisher Cats
12-05-2023 4:30 PM

By ERIC RYNSTON-LOBEL

The New Hampshire Fisher Cats – the Double-A minor league baseball affiliate of the Toronto Blue Jays – have agreed to sell the organization to Diamond Baseball Holdings, a group that runs 26 other minor league organizations.The team will continue to...


Christie says unscripted questions during NH Primary are ‘good preparation for being president’
12-01-2023 4:32 PM

By ERIC RYNSTON-LOBEL

Former New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie might still have ground to make up in the Republican primary, but during a Friday morning event in Concord, he reiterated something that he’s made central to his campaign for president: He’s not afraid of a...


New England College football will join Commonwealth Coast Conference
11-15-2023 9:03 PM

By ERIC RYNSTON-LOBEL

New England College football – a program that’s restarting play next fall after a 50-year hiatus – announced on Wednesday that it will participate as an associate member of the Commonwealth Coast Conference beginning in 2025.“Partnering with a...


Volleyball: Coe-Brown headlines area teams in 2023
11-13-2023 5:08 PM

By ERIC RYNSTON-LOBEL

Coe-Brown and Concord headlined area volleyball this fall, with the Bears reaching the Division II championship for the third straight year and the Tide making the playoffs under first-year head coach Maria Wimpey.John Stark, Winnisquam, Belmont and...


‘This could happen to anyone’: John Stark sophomore overcomes cancer diagnosis to help lead the Generals to a state championship
11-13-2023 4:54 PM

By ERIC RYNSTON-LOBEL

At age 15, Lauryn Guevin was just named Division II offensive player of the year for field hockey and helped lead John Stark Regional High School to their second straight state championship.She’s also a cancer survivor.It was late in the summer, just...

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