Pelham Sports News

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  • Yesterday | via 

    NHIAA Roundup: Trinity laxers topple Laconia 0

    Trinity High of Manchester rebounded from its only boys' lacrosse loss with a resounding win to end its regular season on a positive note.


  • Tuesday May 26 | via 

    Boys' tennis tourney begins today

    The author of a best-selling novel inspired by the Pamela Smart murder case is petitioning for Smart to be released from prison.


  • Monday May 18 | via 

    Harris, Normandin send Eagles past Belmont

    GILFORD For the first time in program history, playoff talk is being whispered around the Gilford High School girls' lacrosse team. The Golden Eagles were at it again last week at The Meadows, jumping out to a big lead and not looking back en route to a 17-8 win over Belmont High School on May 12. The win, combined with a wild 15-14 victory over Pelham two days later, continued to add to the program's single-season record-breaking win total.


  • Sunday May 17 | via Nashua Telegraph 

    Bruins off the hook thanks to Patriots

    Here's a few tids and bits as we are now less than a week away from Memorial Day weekend, the unofficial start of summer: You know who may be the happiest about all this Deflategate garbage? The Boston Bruins. ... Subscribe or log in to read more  Here's a few tids and bits as we are now less than a week away from Memorial Day weekend, the unofficial start of summer: Just who the heck is going to be the next Bruins general manager? The organization was being tossed onto the griddle back in April, and looked in complete disarray.


  • Tuesday May 12 | via Foster's Daily Democrat 

    'Toppers get forfeit win vs. Pythons

    As the result of a dispute between Pelham High School baseball head coach Billy Beauchesne and home plate umpire James Hale, Wednesday's Division III matchup between Pelham and Somersworth came to a close in the home half of the third inning. The Hilltoppers were ahead 8-1 and had no outs in the frame when the game was declared a forfeit.


  • Tuesday May 5 | via Concord Monitor 

    High schools: Bow boys' tennis on uptick after diffi...

    The win was Bow's second straight, and helped pull it out of a sluggish start to the season and up to .500 at 4-4. Bow went right to work from the start of the match, securing victories in the top three singles matches as David Anderson-Nelson won, 8-4, at No.


Pelham High Schools

Pelham High School (85 Marsh Road)
Pelham High School AOF (85 Marsh Road)