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NHIAA Football Roundup Souhegan closes out season with a win

Union Leader - Sat, 11/01/2014 - 00:30

Souhegan of Amherst ended its season on a positive note with a 14-9 win at Pelham Friday night.

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Keene scores first win of fall against North

Nashua Telegraph - Sat, 11/01/2014 - 00:25

KEENE – The Keene High School football team waited for the final three minutes and 29 seconds of their season to make a memory worth holding on to. The Blackbirds scored twice in that time to stun Nashua North, 13-10, on Senior Night at Alumni Field. North was unable to take advantage of eight Keene turnovers – six interceptions and two fumbles – as it staggered home with four straight losses to end the season 2-7. Keene lost its first eight games and finished 1-8. “If you’re only going to win one game, it has to be the last one,” Keene High Coach John Luopa said. “You can take some momentum into the offseason and you give your seniors something they can remember.” Senior wide receiver Joh Link certainly won’t forget the game. He scored on a 26-yard touchdown pass from Hunter Massucco with 2:43 left to make it 10-7 and went up over a defender to snag a 29-yard scoring strike with 1:00 left. Eight of Keene’s first 11 drives ended on either a fumble or interception. North’s Myles Cassin-Reed intercepted a Massucco pass and returned it 20 yards for a touchdown to put the Titans up 7-0 with 5:26 left in the first quarter. It was the first of three interception for Cassin-Reed, who also did the bulk of the ball carrying for the Titans. Another turnover led to North’s final points.

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Milford football hammers Manchester West

Nashua Telegraph - Sat, 11/01/2014 - 00:22

MANCHESTER – The Milford football team certainly looked like it was deserving of a playoff spot on Friday evening. Now it’ll have to wait until Saturday to find out if it actually is one. The Spartans took care of business in a must-win contest, easily defeating Manchester West, 43-7, in the teams’ regular season finale. Milford will now await the result of Saturday’s Trinity-St. Thomas matchup.

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Pinkerton too much for Merrimack football

Nashua Telegraph - Sat, 11/01/2014 - 00:22

DERRY – Despite an interception from junior defensive back Chad Seaver and a defensive fumble recovery by senior linebacker Nick Simmons on a third-and-goal play from the 3-yard line, the Merrimack High School football team went into halftime down 23-0 and Pinkerton Academy added 14 more points in the second half to for a decisive 37-0 win. Still Merrimack coach Dante Laurendi was happy with the effort his Tomahawks gave against the undefeated and talent-laden Astros. “Defense played hard,” Laurendi said. “We ran around against a really good football team. We were able to make some stops, unfortunately we had a couple of turnovers that didn’t help but defensively we played hard the whole night.” The Astros (9-0) got on the board first, when sophomore running back Nico Buccieri ran in from 20 yards out to cap a three-play drive that covered 45 yards. Junior kicker Kyle Cantalupo added the PAT to give Pinkerton the 7-0 edge with 10:43 remaining in the opening quarter. Pinkerton struck again when senior running back Peter Cyr ran in from 4yards out with 4:10 left in the opening quarter.

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Souhegan football win over Pelham keeps hope alive

Nashua Telegraph - Sat, 11/01/2014 - 00:22

PELHAM – Mike Lochman knew one thing for certain at the end of Friday night’s game between the Souhegan and Pelham high school football teams. Lochman’s Sabers held up their end of the deal, beating the Pythons 14-9 to wrap up the regular season. The tiebreakers and the rating system were something for someone else to worry about. A year after suffering its first losing season in more than 15 years, Souhegan finished up at 5-3 in the toughest conference in Division II, something from which Lochman was more than willing to hang his hat. Souhegan left the field Friday knowing that if Trinity lost at St. Thomas on Saturday, and a few other things worked out in its favor, the Sabers could sneak into the South Conference championship game next weekend against Windham. “You could be (frustrated), I think, but we play in a very good conference in our division and we’re proud of that,” Lochman said. “I think that we’re proud of the progress that we’ve made this season. “We’d love to be in the postseason, but in this structure, that you know it is what it is, you’ve got to win conference games.

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Alvirne football falls to Timberlane

Nashua Telegraph - Sat, 11/01/2014 - 00:22

HUDSON – A great minute does not a great game make. The Alvirne Broncos scored two touchdowns in one minute in the early going of their game against Timberlane High School on Friday night, but managed no other scoring as the Owls battled back to win 28-14. The loss dropped the Broncos to 4-5 in Division I West, and their win over Nashua South last week ensures that they will be in the playoffs. But, they’ll be facing Bishop Guertin next week at Stellos Stadium instead of in Hudson. The bright spot Friday night for the Broncos was the running of Jack Mahoney, who went over 1,000 yards for the season in the third quarter of the game. Heading towards the mark, Mahoney ran for over 100 yards in the first quarter alone and had 26 carries by halftime. The Owls were able to slow Mahoney, but he finished with 144 yards rushing.

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NHIAA Football Londonderry edges Salem in wild finish

Union Leader - Sat, 11/01/2014 - 00:10

Londonderry High School received a 28-yard field goal from Nick Donnelly with 1.5 seconds to play to give the Lancers a 23-21 victory over Salem on Friday night.

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NHIAA Football Campbell hopes for home playoff date after dropping Raymond

Union Leader - Sat, 11/01/2014 - 00:10

Following Friday night's 42-14 victory at Raymond, Campbell of Litchfield players were concerned with one thing road trip.

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College Hockey Lowell stonewalls UNH

Union Leader - Sat, 11/01/2014 - 00:10

Missed opportunities haunted the University of New Hampshire in a 2-0 loss to UMass Lowell in the Wildcats' Hockey East opener Friday night at the Whittemore Center in Durham.

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Driver overdosing on heroin causes crash

Union Leader - Sat, 11/01/2014 - 00:10

Nashua's Stanley Syrek, 53, faces multiple charges for allegedly causing a three-vehicle crash on I-93 in Salem Friday afternoon while overdosing on heroin.

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Hill sex offender arrested for 2012 arson of own home in Northfield

Union Leader - Sat, 11/01/2014 - 00:01

A registered sex offender who was indicted this summer on a tax evasion charge was arrested Friday morning on four counts of arson for allegedly setting his Granite Street house on fire in 2012.

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Bishop Guertin tops Nashua South, clinches football playoffs

Nashua Telegraph - Fri, 10/31/2014 - 23:16

NASHUA – The Bishop Guertin High School football team is going to the Divsision I playoffs. If you have to read that statement again, go ahead. Improbable as it was four weeks ago with Guertin at 1-5, it is happening, thanks to Friday night’s 19-8 win over Nashua South at Stellos Stadium. “What a run, huh?” Guertin coach Travis Cote said, his team not only in the playoffs at 4-5 but also set to host the West Conference title game vs. Alvirne next Saturday. “We just persevered.

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NHIAA Fall Tournament Scoreboard and Pairings

Nashua Telegraph - Fri, 10/31/2014 - 23:00

Field Hockey DIVISION I Preliminary Wednesday, Oct. 22 No. 8 Exeter 3, No. 9 Concord 0 No.

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Armed burglar from Derry sentenced to prison

Union Leader - Fri, 10/31/2014 - 22:27

A Derry man was sentenced 7 to 15 years in state prison on Friday on charges that he snuck into a Londonderry woman's home and pointed a gun in her face, demanding access to a safe.

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'Bingo hunting' police use random license plate checks to make arrest

Union Leader - Fri, 10/31/2014 - 22:27

Police departments use a practice called Bingo Hunting to check on motorists whether or not they are under suspicion of a crime

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Windham committee thinks water may be key to lower taxes

Union Leader - Fri, 10/31/2014 - 22:27

Members of a committee focused on lowering municipal property taxes through increased economic development are re-exploring the possibility of bringing a public water source to the Route 111 corridor.

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Day after debate, Brown, Sen. Shaheen show up in Sullivan County

Union Leader - Fri, 10/31/2014 - 22:27

Sullivan County became the center of the universe for Jeanne Shaheen and Scott Brown on Friday after a TV debate questioner incorrectly told Brown he was wrong to refer to the county as one of those north of Concord.''

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Dyn hosts high school programmers for 'Hack-A-Palooza' competition

Union Leader - Fri, 10/31/2014 - 22:26

Some of New Hampshire's aspiring software wizards were racing to resolve nine programming problems while beating the competition as well as the clock on Friday.

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Patriots vs. Broncos boils down to Rob Gronkowski vs. Aqib Talib

Nashua Telegraph - Fri, 10/31/2014 - 21:46

Everyone will have you believe that Sunday’s renewal of the epic New England Patriots-Denver Broncos rivalry is all about Tom Brady vs. Peyton Manning. With all due respect to the incredible accomplishments of both, we beg to differ. It may be about Aqib Talib vs. Rob Gronkowski. Talib, the physical corner whose injuries in the last two AFC championship games may have cost the Patriots two Super Bowl trips, has switched sides.

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Bedford police investigating burglary at Verizon Wireless store

Union Leader - Fri, 10/31/2014 - 21:09

Bedford police are investigating the theft of cell phones, laptop computers and cash from a Verizon Wireless store overnight Thursday.

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