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Concord downs Winnacunnet, earns first win of season

Concord snapped a 10-game losing streak and earned its first victory of the season with a 60-48 win over Winnacunnet on Friday night.

The Crimson Tide were led by 19 points from Alain Twite, while Japhet Nduwayo (12) and Chase Lawler (10) both added double digits as well. The Warriors were paced by a game-high 20 points from Christian Chartier and 14 from Tyson Khalil.

With the win, Concord improves to 1-10 on the season, while Winnacunnet falls to 2-10.

Check out the photo gallery of the action by Todd Grzywacz…

While we were away…

This week, we completed a complete overhaul and upgrade of our server to better serve our growing coverage. During our outage, we provided photo coverage of 17 games! These were all still viewable on our social media outlets, but we wanted to make sure they made it to the website.

Below is a list of the games we covered with links to the photo galleries. Enjoy the show!

Grizzlies claw Warriors

Goffstown defeated visiting Winnacunnet, 68-52, on Friday night in Division I action.

The Grizzlies were led by 21 points from Ryan Strand and 15 points from Noah Durham. Jared Khalil led the Warriors with 18 points, while Josh Schaake added 15

With the win, Goffstown improves to 7-9, while Winnacunnet falls to 9-7.

Check out the full gallery by Dave Beliveau…

Bedford blows past Winnacunnet

Bedford dropped 32 points in the opening quarter and never looked back as the Bulldogs blew past visiting Winnacunnet, 82-51, on Tuesday night.

Luke Soden poured in a game-high 32 points for Bedford as the Bulldogs had 11 players score on the night. Winnacunnet was led by Tyson Khalil’s 15 points and 10 from Andrew Simmons.

Check out highlights of the action by our Tim Lee…


TSC: Smooth Moves of the Week (Dec. 19, 2021)

It’s time to introduce our 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”. With locations in Rochester, Portsmouth, Portland and Biddeford, you’re on Tropic Time now.

This week’s Smooth Moves features plays from Bishop Brady, Bishop Guertin, Concord Christian Academy, Goffstown, Manchester West, Oyster River, Sanborn, St. Thomas, Trinity and Winnacunnet.


127 Marketplace Blvd
Rochester, NH 03867

1600 Woodbury Avenue
Portsmouth, NH 03801

45 Western Ave
South Portland, ME 04106

426 Alfred Street
Biddeford, ME 04005


📰 Introducing Ball 603

The 2021-22 NHIAA boys basketball season gets underway tomorrow, so it’s time to officially introduce Ball 603, coverage of basketball in the Granite State.

Basketball in the 603 has always been a deep passion of ours and truly a way of life. We’re aimed at taking that passion and our unique, creative skill set to highlight all that is right in basketball around the state. We’re accumulating a team of contributors to do everything from writing features and taking gorgeous photos to capturing video highlights and making killer graphics.

For this season, we’ll be focused on boys varsity basketball from Division I to Division IV and have some great things in store that we know fans, coaches and players are really going to enjoy. We will sprinkle in some girls coverage from time to time as well, but the main focus in year one is boys hoops.

In the coming week we have contributors heading out to Spaulding, Newmarket, Winnacunnet, Portsmouth Christian and Farmington to tip off our coverage. Stay tuned to see what’s in store like us on our social media platforms below and join in on the conversation. Enjoy the show!

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📰 Opening day is on the way

The wait is almost over. On Friday, December 10th, 84 of the 88 NHIAA boys varsity basketball teams will be in action with 42 games around the state as the 2021-22 season gets underway.

St. Thomas Aquinas hits the road to take on Hillsboro-Deering at 5:30 pm to mark the first official tilt of the new campaign. The Saints and Hillcats last squared off on February 28, 2020 in the regular-season finale as St. Thomas came away with an easy 72-46 victory at home.

Eight other contests tipoff at 6:00 pm, with 24 match-ups at 6:30 pm and nine more at 7:00 pm. It’s the most games on a single day all season long, so there’s no good reason to not get out and catch some local action on Friday night.

See you at the gym.

2021-22 Opening Day Action

Hillsboro-Deering vs St. Thomas AquinasDivision III
Laconia vs Oyster RiverDivision II
Belmont vs BerlinDivision III
Campbell vs Fall MountainDivision III
Gilford vs MonadnockDivision III
Kearsarge vs Mascoma ValleyDivision III
Franklin vs ProfileDivision IV
Exeter vs DoverDivision I
Manchester Memorial vs GoffstownDivision I
Nashua North vs KeeneDivision I
Trinity vs Manchester CentralDivision I
Alvirne vs MerrimackDivision I
Concord vs PinkertonDivision I
Winnacunnet vs PortsmouthDivision I
Spaulding vs SalemDivision I
Nashua South vs TimberlaneDivision I
ConVal vs HanoverDivision II
Pelham vs John StarkDivision II
Coe-Brown vs Manchester WestDivision II
Sanborn vs Merrimack ValleyDivision II
Milford vs PlymouthDivision II
Kingswood vs SouheganDivision II
Conant vs SomersworthDivision III
Newfound vs Prospect MountainDivision III
Raymond vs MascenicDivision III
White Mountains vs WinnisquamDivision III
Littleton vs GorhamDivision IV
Groveton vs Lin-WoodDivision IV
Holy Family vs NewmarketDivision IV
Derryfield vs NuteDivision IV
Pittsburg-Canaan vs WoodsvilleDivision IV
Bedford vs Bishop GuertinDivision I
Londonderry vs WindhamDivision I
Bow vs Bishop BradyDivision II
Pembroke vs LebanonDivision II
Hopkinton vs NewportDivision III
Portsmouth Christian vs FarmingtonDivision IV
Mount Royal vs HinsdaleDivision IV
Wilton-Lyndeborough vs PittsfieldDivision IV
Epping vs SunapeeDivision IV