A roundup of local sports briefs, news and announcements


Beavor Meadow Golf Course hosted its first tournament of the year on Sunday in a best ball format and had two winning teams. The gross winning team with a score of 157 were Travis Martin, Andy Pepin, Ted Bradley and Eddie Collins. Shooting 122, the net winning team consisted of Corey LaRoche, Drake Lessard, Pete Nason and Ruthanne Bradley.

St. Paul’s results

The St. Paul’s School boys’ track & field team (90) defeated Thayer Academy (77) and Governor’s Academy (13) during a meet on Saturday. The girls’ team placed second with a score of 51 behind Thayer Academy with a score of 92.5.

College standouts

Sam Curran (Concord) collected three hits, scored a run and drove one in one for the Simmons College softball team in a split during a doubleheader against the University of Saint Joseph.

Maddie Bardier (Pembroke) finished the 1500-meter run for the Southern New Hampshire University women’s track & field team in 5 minutes, 16.22 seconds at the Sean Collier Invite on Saturday.

Franklin Pierce senior B.J. Smith (Concord) broke a school record for the two-mile run on Saturday at the George Davis Invitational. Smith finished in 9 minutes, 24.78 seconds, which was good to place fifth overall.

Southern New Hampshire University track & field senior Sahara Brown (Center Barnstead) won the javelin and helped the Penmen set six new school records at the Sean Collier Invite on Saturday. It was the fourth meet in a row that Brown won the javelin, reaching 139 feet with her toss.

UNH results

Following a historic 20-win season for the University of New Hampshire men’s basketball team, the Wildcats handed out yearly awards on Sunday at the Service Credit Union Victory Club and split the Most Valuable Player award three ways. Jaleen Smith, Daniel Dion and Tanner Leissner all split the award after all three scored their 1,000th career points this season.

Colby-Sawyer results

The Colby-Sawyer College women’s tennis team notched its second win over a Division II Northeast-10 Conference team this season on Sunday with a 6-3 victory over Saint Anselm. The Chargers took two out of three doubles matches to clinch the win.

After yet another undefeated season in the conference, the Colby-Sawyer College men’s tennis team secured the top seed in the NAC. The Chargers defeated Thomas, 9-0, on Sunday to improve to 11-10 overall. Colby-Sawyer is 34-0 in league matches since 2012.

The Colby-Sawyer baseball team split a pair of NAC games against the University of Maine-Farmington on Sunday. The Chargers won the first game, 2-1, before falling in game two, 12-3.


Post 21 Senior Legion baseball tryouts will be held on May 7 at Concord Sports Center. Registration starts at 9:30 a.m. and tryouts start at 10 a.m. Players who attend the following high schools are eligible: Concord, Pembroke Academy, Merrimack Valley, Bow, Coe-Brown, John Stark, Bishop Brady and Pittsfield. Contact coach Matt Skoby at mattskoby19@gmail.com or contact team manager Carol…

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