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BY IAN CLARK NEW HAMPSHIRE UNION LEADER
Manchester found out this week that leading goal scorer Brian O’Neill (26 goals, 21 assists) will be out six to eight weeks with a leg injury. The Monarchs close the regular season Friday at...
BY ALLEN LESSELS NEW HAMPSHIRE UNION LEADER
The Fisher Cats and New Britain Rick Cats were rained out on Tuesday night and close out their three-game set this morning at 10:35 in a “Manchester goes to a Game” event that will,...
BY DAVE D'ONOFRIO SPECIAL TO THE NEW HAMPSHIRE UNION LEADER
AFTER not awaking even a single morning with more losses than wins last season, and never standing worse than third in their division, two weeks into 2014 the Red Sox woke up Monday with a record of...
ROGER BROWN AND ALLEN LESSELS
New Hampshire Fisher Cats fans get their first look at right-handed pitcher Aaron Sanchez, the consensus No. 1 prospect in the Toronto Blue Jays' organization, this afternoon at Northeast Delta...
DAVE D'ONOFRIO
According to the radar gun, the fastball on which he struck out Brett Gardner to finish Boston's 4-2 win over New York on Friday night was the hardest Edward Mujica had thrown a pitch this season.
BY IAN CLARK NEW HAMPSHIRE UNION LEADER
Manchester Monarchs second-year forward Bishop was named the Union Leader Fan Favorite award winner prior to Saturday's game against Portland. Bishop said he was surprised by the honor and couldn't...
VIN SYLVIA
Not only did Big Papi's trip to the NH State House help launch a lottery ticket to help fund statewide education, one determined fan managed to get an autograph that will help a small town's school...
BY JOHN HABIB NEW HAMPSHIRE UNION LEADER
Opening Day in golf just doesn’t operate the way other field sports do. In baseball and football for instance, Opening Day is announced weeks ahead of time. The club pro at Derryfield CC uses a...
JENKINS

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...

From left, Daquan Henclewood, Cabe Jeffers, and Jacob Florence, sprint during track and field practice at Manchester Memorial High School Tuesday.

Manchester's high school Spring athletes wish: Snow, snow go away

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Manchester Memorial High track and field coach Tom Lynch was in San Diego, last weekend for the NCAA Men's Basketball West Regional, where the temperature was in the high 60s. On the flight home, he...

Seabrook's Ashante Little rounds a turn en route to winning the 400 meters at the NCAA Division III Indoor Track and Field Championships Saturday in Lincoln, Neb.Lane Hickenbottom

Seabrook's Ashante Little runs away with February Athlete of the Month. honors

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Ordinarily, Ashante Little’s performance at the NCAA Division III Indoor Track and Field Championships would have made her a leading candidate for New Hampshire Union Leader Athlete of the...

NHIAA Boys' Track Preview: Jenkins paces defending champ North

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.

NHIAA Girls' Track Preview: McCabe, Parker lead way

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.


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Top boxing talent set for Rockingham Park

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There will definitely be a connection between Salem’s Rockingham Park and the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Saturday when New Hampshire hosts the first International Boxing Association (AIBA)-sanctioned amateur boxing event on American soil between the talented Cuba Domadores and the United States Knockouts.

Southern New Hampshire University's Riley Palmer(8), of Goffstown, is greeted by teammate Michael Mastroberti after Palmer hit a solo homerun vs. St. Anselm College Tuesday at Southern New Hampshire University.

NH College Roundup: SNHU baseball team tops St. Anselm

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Starter Mike Robert of Nashua and relievers Zach Zona and Lucas Olen combined on a four-hitter to lead 11th-ranked Southern New Hampshire University to its fifth straight win, 10-2, over rival St. Anselm College Tuesday at Penmen Field.

Trenton’s 11-run inning foils Fisher Cats

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A grand slam by prospect Gary Sanchez highlighted an 11-run fourth inning uprising to lead the Trenton Thunder past the New Hampshire Fisher Cats 11-5 in an Eastern League contest Sunday at Arm & Hammer Park in New Jersey.

Southern New Hampshire University's Alejandro Diaz slides home vs. American International College during game 2 of their doubleheader hosted at SNHU Sunday afternoon.

NH College Roundup: Palmer helps SNHU Penmen to doubleheader sweep

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Riley Palmer of Goffstown had a three-run homer in the opener and Manny Cruz collected three hits and two RBIs in the nightcap to lead 12th-ranked Southern New Hampshire University to a Northeast-10 baseball doubleheader sweep of American International College, 8-4 and 6-3 Sunday at Penmen Field in Manchester.

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