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Berlin Post 36 baseball team won 9-0 Saturday against Exeter. Team members Landyn Croteau, Sam Seavey and Brody Labounty pitched seven shutout innings with Henry Shaw going 4-4 with three RBIs and Seavey going 3-3 and three RBIs. Carter Poulin, Kolin Melanson and Jack Mercier all recorded hi…

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The Berlin-Gorham 12 and Under Cal Ripken All-star baseball team has played two games so far in the regional tournament in Maine. They lost their first game to Eastern Massachusetts 7-0, and then bounced back to beat Vermont 1-0. Action continues this week and stay tuned for the details as t…

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What does it take to win a state championship? Among many things, it takes dedication, teamwork, talent, hard work, a good attitude, coaches who know the game and how to coach it, supportive family members, sometimes a little luck and everyone buying into the vision established by the league…

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BERLIN — The Berlin-Gorham 12U Cal Ripken all-star baseball team remains in the hunt for a state championship as they currently stand at 2-1 in the double elimination tournament held in Epping over the weekend and continuing into the week. 

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The Berlin Post 36 Junior Legion baseball continued its winning ways with two wins over Lebanon this past weekend. The first was a close 6-5 game, and the second one a mercy rule shortened 10-0 win by the locals.

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Unfortunately for the Gorham High baseball team, they got to face Littleton's ace, Josh Finkle for the second time this season, this time in the NHIAA Division IV Tournament and managed only two hits as they were eliminated from further action with a 3-0 loss.

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By the time you read this column, the Gorham High softball team will either be heading to the NHIAA Division 4 finals or their season will be done based on what happened last night in Concord against Woodsville in the semi-finals. You can check the NHIAA website for results. Regardless, the …

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Hello to all of you sports fans out there. There is lots of local playoff action to report on but before that, it should be mentioned that Berlin's Gwen Pelchat qualified for the prestigious NHIAA Meet of Champions Track and Field competition in the 300-meter Intermediate Hurdles held last w…

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Coach Rollie Poirer's Berlin High softball team played the Newfound Bears three times in less than a week, including a first-round playoff win, 12-2, on Tuesday. This followed two end of the regular-season wins last week, 16-9 and 7-4.