An overview of local sports information, news and announcements


Posted: 11/08/2021 22:15:51 PM

College results

The Weare High School field hockey team won their fourth consecutive Tri-County League Division III championship this season, beating Cawley Middle School, 5-0, in the final. Caylin Worthen scored three goals and got one assist, while Cláudia Dustin (goal, assist), Sadie Sargent (goal) and Lauryn Guevin (three assists) led the Wildcats in the game. championship. Weare finished the season with 109 goals scored and zero goals conceded.

â–  The Merrimack Valley Middle School field hockey team ended the season with a 1-0 loss to Hampstead in the championship game. Abbie Thompson and Lauren Bailey worked hard in the midfield to secure transitions and get the ball across the pitch. On defense, Sammy Baker played well to help protect goaltender Morgan Brechtel.

â–  The Hopkinton women’s soccer team advanced to the Tri-County Division III final with a 1-0 victory over Hampstead. Paige Prisco-Nelson scored, while Paige Boudette, Anne Pearce and goaltender Avery Loew led the defense.

NHTI Results

The NHTI Men’s Cross Country Team won the Yankee Small College Conference Championship held at Vermont Tech. The Lynx led by Michael Mott of Alton, who won the individual title and was named the YSCC Male Rider of the Year. Loudon’s Ethan Dodenhoff (second), Concord’s Rovanee Nickerson (third), Goffstown’s Nicholas Dalton (fifth) and Manchester’s James Barrett (eighth) scored for NHTI, who edged Paul Smiths College six points for the title by team. Coach Perry Seagroves was named YSCC Men’s Cross Country Coach of the Year. In the women’s competition, Henniker’s Chloe Astholz was NHTI’s top runner, finishing third. The men’s and women’s cross country teams will compete at the USCAA National Championships in Virginia Beach on Friday.

UNH News

The University of New Hampshire men’s soccer team, currently ranked No. 7 in the nation with an unbeaten 15-0-2 record, won several major awards and tied an Eastern America record with six All-Conference First Team caps. Senior Tola Showunmi (Enfield, England) was named striker of the year, sophomore Yannick Bright (Milan, Italy) was voted midfielder of the year, graduate student Adam Savill (Manchester , England) was named defenseman of the year and the Wildcats received the coaching staff of the year award. The Wildcats named in the first team were graduate student forward Paul Mayer (Strasbourg, France), Showunmi, Bright, junior midfielder Rory O’Driscoll (Minneapolis, Minn.), Graduate student defenseman Bridger Hansen (Cottonwood Heights , Utah) and Savill. Former Concord High and Concord natives Chris Pinkham (forward / senior midfielder) and Liam Bennett (second-year fullback) are also on the roster and will join their teammates in the America East semi-final against UMBC on Wednesday night in Durham. .

â–  The UNH women’s soccer team (6-9-4) lost to the University of Vermont 1-0 in Sunday’s American East Championship game. Goalkeeper and senior captain Cat Sheppard made six saves.

â–  The UNH women’s cross country team placed second at the Eastern American Cross Country Championships held on the Wildcats campus in Durham. Northwood’s Addison Cox – a former NHIAA champion for Coe-Brown – finished 11th overall and was the second Wildcat rider to cross the finish line.

â–  The UNH men’s cross country team finished fifth at the Eastern American Cross Country Championships. Aidan O’Hern of Concord placed 21st overall and was the top runner in the UNH.

HDHS winter sports

Winter sports registrations at Hillsboro-Deering High School will be available online until November 29 at All parents / guardians must complete all requested forms and information. The following sports (with start dates) are: bowling and winter spirit (Nov 15), Alpine skiing (Nov 22); and boys ‘basketball, girls’ basketball and ice hockey (November 29).


Everett Arena Public Ice Skating hours will be Monday to Friday 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Sunday hours will be 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Saturday hours will also be 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Admission will be $ 6 for skaters and free for children aged 3 and under. Skate rentals are available. Skating lessons will continue until March. For more information, visit

Trainers needed

John Stark Regional High School has the following coaching positions for the 2021-22 school year: varsity wrestling, JV boys ice hockey, JV boys lacrosse and boys varsity volleyball. Send an up-to-date resume, letter of interest and three up-to-date reference letters to Mark Searles, Athletic Director, John Stark Regional High School, 618 North Stark Highway, Weare, NH 03281 or email mark. [email protected]

New England College Men’s Ice Hockey The team is looking for a JV / Assistant Coach for the 2021-22 season. The ideal candidate will be responsible for organizing and mentoring the JV team, as well as the potential to help the college program. The NEC JV program is hands-on, plays a number of games and includes a stipend. Please email Tom Carroll at [email protected]

Officials needed

Apprentices are needed for the New Hampshire Wrestling Officials Association for the 2021-22 season. A minimum of two years of participation in the sport of wrestling as an official, coach or wrestler is required. Contact NHWOA President Rick Ross at 396-8238 or Deputy Commissioner Jim Charland at 738-0216.

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