Tag: Merrimack Valley

Horne leads Merrimack Valley past Oyster River

Annika Horne poured in a game-high 26 points to lead Merrimack Valley to a 67-56 victory at Oyster River on Friday night.

Kayla Smith and Isabelle Navoy chipped in with 15 and 13 points, respectively, for the Pride. The Bobcats were led by 25 points from Wren Horne and 15 from Maeve Hickok.

With the win, MV improves to 7-8 on the season, while Oyster River falls to 10-5.

Check out photos of the action by Hannah Smith…

Merrimack Valley beats the buzzer and Lebanon

Tied at 34-34, Merrimack Valley’s Buddy Eddy drove the lane and connected on the game-winning lay-up to lift the eighth-seeded Pride to a 36-34 win over #9 Lebanon on Wednesday night in Penacook.

MV advances to take on top-seeded Laconia on Friday at 7:00 pm.

The Pride was held to just 10 first-half points and trailed 20-10 at the break, but poured in 17 points in the third quarter to cut the Raiders lead to three, 30-27, heading to the final stanza.

Merrimack Valley put the clamps on the Raiders in the fourth, holding Lebanon to just four points.

Eddy led all scorers with a game-high 21 points, while Dawson Bates led Lebanon with 12 points.

Check out the full highlights by our Tim Lee…

Langlois tallies 500th win as West downs MV

Manchester West jumped out to a 17-8 lead after the first quarter and hung on for a 61-54 victory over visiting Merrimack Valley on Tuesday night. The victory marked the 500th career win for West head coach John Langlois.

Max Shosa poured in 27 points, while Angel Castro (14) and Aiden Scott Beaulac (10) both netted double figures as well for the Blue Knights. Brandon Dukette pumped in 27 points as well for the Pride, while Buddy Eddy added 14.

West has now won four-straight and improves to 7-2 on the season, while MV snapped a three-game win streak and falls to 8-3.

Check out highlights of the action by our Tim Lee…

MV’s pressure stymies Plymouth

The Merrimack Valley defensive pressure proved to be too much for Plymouth on Tuesday night as the Pride put the clamps on the Bobcats to come away with a 56-23 win.

MV held Plymouth to just one point in the first and fourth quarters. The Pride were led by 15 points from Brandon Dukette and 12 from Logan Gabour.

The win improves Merrimack Valley to 7-2 on the season, while Plymouth falls to 2-6.

Check out the full photo gallery of the action by John-Scott Sherburne…

Smooth Moves of the Week: Jan. 30, 2022

It’s time again for the Tropical Smoothie Cafe “Smooth Moves of the Week.” Tropical Smoothie Cafe was born on a beach where people know how to live. We like things fun and playful, sunny and bright. Shake your shoes off and turn the music up. It’s time to unwind… with the Tropical Smoothie Cafe “Smooth Moves of the Week”.

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This week’s Smooth Moves features plays from Coe-Brown, Keene, Pelham, Merrimack Valley, Nashua North, Oyster River, Pembroke, Portsmouth Christian Academy, Timberlane and Windham.


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Rochester, NH 03867

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Portsmouth, NH 03801

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45 Western Ave
South Portland, ME 04106

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This Week on Ball 603: 15 games!

Our relentless coverage of basketball in the Granite State continues this week with video highlights, photos and live streams from an impressive 15 games around the state! We’ve got pivotal match-ups across all four divisions and first-time coverage for a handful of teams as well.

No one is bringing you more coverage of New Hampshire basketball than Ball 603. Enjoy the show!