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NHIAA Boys' Track Preview: Jenkins paces defending champ North

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Nashua High North head coach Nate Burns believes Zakari Jenkins will be better than last season — and that's saying something.

Whether running a relay or individual race, Bishop Guertin's Molly McCabe is accustomed to leading the field.

NHIAA Girls' Track Preview: McCabe, Parker lead way

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Any discussion of the top performers in New Hampshire girls' outdoor track and field has to begin with runners Molly McCabe of Nashua's Bishop Guertin High School and Hannah Parker of Coe-Brown Northwood Academy.


Portsmouth High School principal Jeffrey Collins will succeed R. Patrick Corbin as executive director of the New Hampshire Interscholastic Athletic Association.

Collins named NHIAA director

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Portsmouth High School’s principal for the last eight years, 44-year-old Jeff Collins, will officially succeed retiring NHIAA executive director Pat Corbin on July 1.

Windham runner Chris Murphy is chased by Goffstown's Dylan Skinner during a rundown in their game at Sullivan Park at St. Anselm College Monday afternoon.

Windham rallies to baseball opener win

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What will Jason Matthews remember most about his first game as Windham High School’s baseball coach?

Londonderry pitcher Rob Del Signore throws to a Pinkerton Academy batter during their game hosted at Pinkerton Academy in Derry last year.

NHIAA Baseball Preview: Target is aimed squarely at Londonderry

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Opposing baseball coaches are calling Londonderry High School the team to beat in Division I this season, but the Lancers know how meaningless being the favorite can be.

Once again, Bishop Guertin and Pinkerton are expected to be among the NHIAA Division I boys' lacrosse elite.

NHIAA Boys' Lacrosse Preview: Traditional powers expected to be near the top again

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The season opens Monday and many of the top teams from last season are expected to be right in the thick of it once again.

Timberlane’s  Kate Hoadley pitches against Manchester Central last year in Manchester.

NHIAA Softball Preview: Timberlane looks to repeat in Div. I

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At this time a year ago not even Timberlane Regional of Plaistow softball coach Jim Clavette was mentioning his team among the preseason favorites in Division I, but the Owls stunned Clavette - and many other people - by winning the Division I title.

Souhegan and Concord are in the mix for the Division I girls' lacrosse title.

NHIAA Girls' Lacrosse Preview: Familiar teams expected to remain in contention

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The NHIAA girls' lacrosse season opens tomorrow and in Division I and II most of the top teams are expected to remain contenders while Division III is now wide-open with powerhouse Windham moving up to DII.

CARNOVALE

Appreciation: Tony Carnovale was coach and father figure to Derry youth

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Tony Carnovale, who died Saturday morning after a battle with cancer, is perhaps best known as the former Pinkerton Academy coach, but those who knew him best will tell you his reach extended far beyond basketball.

What will Jason Matthews remember most about his first game as Windham High School’s baseball coach?

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Manchester West won’t be fielding a junior varsity baseball team this season.“We just don’t have the numbers to support one,” said first-year head coach Dan Colburn.

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Coming off a 25-0 Division I state championship season, it's obvious for Manchester Central head basketball coach Dave “Doc” Wheeler to say he wouldn't trade anyone on his roster for anything in the world.

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Jimmy Lauzon said he was content with his position as an assistant football coach at St. Anselm College and didn’t envision a return to the high school coaching ranks.

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In a championship game when something had to give, another clutch shot from Brittany Roche ruined Bedford's perfect season and allowed legendary Londonderry head coach John Fagula to ride off into retirement with his 12th state title.

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Published April 12, 2014

Freedom Summit

Freedom Summit



Published April 10, 2014

Londonderry vs. Memorial tennis

Londonderry vs. Memorial tennis



Published April 11, 2014

Police  Academy Graduation

Police Academy Graduation



Published April 11, 2014

Bridges House benefit

Bridges House benefit



Published April 11, 2014

Rand Paul interview

Rand Paul interview



Published April 11, 2014

Fisher Cats' 2014 Home Opener

Fisher Cats' 2014 Home Opener



Published April 11, 2014

SNHU vs. St. A in baseball, lacrosse

SNHU vs. St. A in baseball, lacrosse



Published April 11, 2014

Naturalization Ceremony, April 10

Naturalization Ceremony, April 10



Published April 11, 2014

Teacher of the Year Nominees

Teacher of the Year Nominees



Published April 10, 2014

Big Papi at NH State House

Big Papi at NH State House



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CHIP KELLY

Is Chip Kelly racist?

World Series of Boxing event moved to Rockingham Park - USA vs. Cuba

Manchester man in top 30 candidates for Padres public address announcer

NH man helps MLB players deal with stresses on, off the field

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Twin State Speedway gets new manager

Yale promotes former UNH coach to offensive coordinator

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Tom Duvall of Durham to compete for Navy in NCAA swimming events

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