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WHAT'S UP THIS WEEKEND?!?

Tonight HS Hoops as Saint Thomas hosts Oyster River

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7:50 PM on WTSN

Saturday it's THE BEST RIVALRY IN NH!!!!

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HS Hockey Saturday at 6 on WTSN!

UNH Football takes on Illinois State:

  
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Tomorrow at 2 at Cowell Stadium or on ESPNU 

Sunday the Pats...  



... take on the Jets.....



Sunday at 1 pm

Finally, Justin's Week 16 LOCK OF THE WEEK: 



Minnesota +6.5 @ Miami    LOTW 6-10-1 













HS SCORES FROM 12/17


HOCKEY

Spaulding 5 Keene 0   Shanon Colson, Justin Jewell, Kyle Carrigan among the Red Raider goal scorers

Londonderry 3 STA 2 OT Dakota Pigeon G (tied it up)

Kingswood 6 Portsmouth/Newmarket 2

Nobel/Wells 10 Westbrook 1 Dean Pratt 5 goals for N/W

HOOPS

Boys

PCA 61 Newmarket 46    

Epping 74 Pittsfield 44   


Girls

Newmarket 31 PCA 24   Tasha Jarosz 12 for Newmarket 







WTSN Sports Schedule

Friday 12/19  Boys Basketball  Oyster River @ Saint Thomas  7:50 pm
 
Saturday 12/20  Boys Hockey  Spaulding @ Dover 6:00 PM
 
Monday 12/22 Boys Basketball  Winnacunnet vs Nashua North 6:20 pm
 
Saturday 1/3  Boys Hockey Dover v Bow 3:50 pm
 
Tuesday 1/6 Boys Basketball PCA v Farmington 6:50 pm 
 
Friday 1/9 Boys Basketball Spaulding @ Winnacunnet 6:50 pm
 
Saturday 1/10 Girls Hockey Saint Thomas/Dover vs Exeter 6:20 PM





HS Scores from 12/16/14 


BOYS HOOPS

Belmont 48  Somersworth 46 Zach Hamilton 12 points

Farmington 47 Sanborn 39  Tanner Gibbs 16 points

GIRLS HOOPS

Belmont 53 Somersworth 48  JJ Croteau 16 for Somersworth

ORHS 50 Kennett 36  Sarah Messler 17  

Marshwood 54 Bonny Eagle 46

CBNA 38 Souhegan 21   Abby Ahern 11 points   

North 46 Dover 38

Londonderry 65 Spaulding 27  Emily Benway 14 for Spaulding

GIRLS HOCKEY

ORHS 4 STA/Dover 0 Chiara Christie Hat Trick for ORHS






ESPN Ran a feature on NH's Chip Kelly, and how his offense started right here in NH!

NO. 1 UNH FOOTBALL TO HOST NCAA SEMIFINAL GAME VS ILLINOIS STATE ON SATURDAY, DEC. 20 (2 P.M., ESPNU) AT COWELL STADIUM
Wildcats seek first-ever trip to NCAA championship game
 
DURHAM, N.H – The NCAA announced Saturday night that the top-ranked University of New Hampshire football team will play host to No. 5 Illinois State University on Saturday, Dec. 20 (2 p.m.) in an NCAA Division I FCS Championship semifinal game that will be televised nationally by ESPNU.
 
UNH (12-1) has already established school records for single-season wins, consecutive victories (12) and consecutive home wins (14). The Wildcats, who defeated No. 8 Chattanooga, 35-30, in Friday night’s quarterfinal matchup, reached the national semifinals for the second year in a row and only the second time in University history.
 
In order to reach the FCS national championship game in Frisco, Texas, on Jan. 10, the ‘Cats will need to topple ISU (12-1), co-champions of the Missouri Valley Conference, in the first-ever meeting between the two schools. The Redbirds advanced to the semis for the first time since 1999 and punched their ticket to The Dungeon by virtue of Saturday’s 59-46 victory at No. 4 Eastern Washington.






Justin's Week 15 NFL LOCK of the week: 



CLEVELAND -1 over Cincinnati




What's up this weekend?!?!

UNH Football takes on Chattanooga in the FCS Quaterfinals tonight at 8 p.m.


You can watch the game on ESPN 2 

Celtics host the Knicks tonight on WTSN, the Knicks reportedly all hate each other... 


7 pm on WTSN

Bruins take on Ottawa Saturday at 1 pm



Our coverage on WTSN starts at 12:30 pm



Local Scores from 12/10/14


Girls Hoops

PCA 38 Epping 26 Nikki Dudley 10 points

Marshwood 54 Windham 51 Meghan McLean 16 points for Marshwood

Boys Hoops

Windham 80 Marshwood 73  Drew Bartlett 28 points

HOCKEY

Kennebunk 6 Noble/Wells 2 Dean Pratt and Kadin Lessard scored for N/W





No. 1 UNH Football Ousts Fordham, 44-19, in NCAA Second-Round Matchup

Steriti scores career-high four TDs, Wildcats win 11th straight game to advance to FCS quarterfinal match against Chattanooga
 
Box Score: http://unhwildcats.com/sports/fball/2014-15/boxscores/20141206_fzg9.xml  
DURHAM, N.H. – Senior running back Nico Steriti (Toms River, N.J.) scored four of the University of New Hampshire’s six rushing touchdowns and a swarming defense came up with nine quarterback sacks to lead the No. 1 Wildcats to Saturday’s 44-19 NCAA Division I FCS tournament second-round win over Fordham at a cold and damp Cowell Stadium.
The Wildcats got off to a fast start and survived a couple of turnovers on the way to their 11th straight victory, a triumph that moves them into the national quarterfinals.
Fordham, the Patriot League champion, closes its season with an 11-3 record.
UNH, which matched its best single-season win total with its school-record 13th straight home victory, improved to 11-1; the ‘Cats will face the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga on either Friday, Dec. 12, or Saturday, Dec. 13, in Cowell Stadium. Game time and date will be announced late Saturday night.
The eighth-seeded Moccasins, champions of the Southern Conference, are 10-3 after registering a 35-14 home win over Indiana State in the second round Saturday.
“I thought it was a really, really good effort by the team,” said UNH head coach Sean McDonnell. “The way our defensive line played today, I was really proud of the way the kids played. It started with Matt (Kaplan) and the guys up front.”
Kaplan (Franklin, N.H./five tackles, 4.5 tackles for loss) had 3.5 of the nine Wildcat sacks. It was the most sacks by the Wildcats as a team since they collected 10 in last year’s first-round playoff win over Lafayette, another Patriot League team. Brian Ciccone (Manchester, Mass.) added two sacks.
Saturday’s totals came against a team that was averaging 42 points a game with a quarterback in senior Mike Nebrich who was completing 65 percent of his passes and passing for 312 yards a game.
Nebrich completed only 12 of his 30 passes for 161 yards against UNH. He threw one touchdown pass and was intercepted once.
UNH evenly split its 544 yards of total offense with 270 yards on the ground and 274 passing.
Steriti, who became the first UNH running back to go over 100 yards in a game this season, carried 14 times for 110 yards and the four scores. He did extra duty after senior Jimmy Owens (West Deptford, N.J./three rushes-71 yards, TD) went down with a knee injury late in the second quarter.
Junior quarterback Sean Goldrich (West Haven, Conn.) completed 22 of 37 passes for 240 yards and scored the second UNH TD on an 8-yard run.
The defense set the tone right off the bat and was all over Nebrich at the start of the game.
“Any time you play an offense that throws the ball so much a lot of the game plan relies on the front four because we’ve got to get the quarterback so we can do other things,” Kaplan said. “All week we were saying if we can get to the quarterback, we’re going to win this game and I think we did a very good job of that today.
Junior Dougie Moss (Huntsville, Ala.) notched an interception on an afternoon where he made his first collegiate start at cornerback. 
The Wildcats jumped on the Rams – offensively and defensively – early and led 14-0 before the game was seven minutes old. In Fordham’s first nine plays from scrimmage, not counting punts, the Wildcats sacked the quarterback five times.
UNH got off to a great start offensively, too. On its first play, Owens got to the right side and broke loose for a 51-yard touchdown. The PAT failed.
The Wildcats followed a Fordham punt with a seven-play, 56-yard drive capped by Goldrich’s TD run. Andy Vailas (Bedford, N.H) passed to Harold Spears (Perkasie, Pa./four catches-71 yards) for a two-point conversion and it was 14-0 with 8:42 left in the first quarter.
The Wildcat defense dominated again with a couple more sacks and Fordham, faced with a 4th-and-35, punted from its 5-yard line. UNH quickly earned a first down and had 1st-and-10 from the Fordham 21.
A Goldrich fumble gave the ball back to the Rams and they drove to a Michael Marando 25-yard field goal to make it 14-3 with 14:17 left in the second period.
The Wildcats drove back down the field but gave the ball away again on a fumble inside the Fordham 5-yard line.
Two plays later, Ram freshman running back Chase Edmonds (18 carries, 208 yards) broke through the line of scrimmage and went 91 yards for a touchdown. A conversion rush failed and it was 14-9 with 7:44 remaining in the half.
Fordham forced a UNH punt and tacked on another Marando field goal to cut it to 14-12 with 5:05 left in the half. 
The Wildcats responded with Steriti’s first score on an 11-yard run with 3:07 left in the half. They tacked on a 30-yard field goal by Brad Prasky (Groton, Mass.) on the last play of the half for a 24-12 edge at the break.
UNH took the second half kickoff and marched to a Steriti 1-yard score and Prasky kicked the conversion for a 31-12 edge.
Fordham quickly matched the TD with a Nebrich to Brian Wetzel 5-yard scoring pass.
It was all UNH after that. Steriti scored on a 7-yard run with 3:33 left in the third quarter and a 24-yard run with 4:48 to go in the fourth to close out the scoring and the game.
Tickets are on sale now for the NCAA Division I FCS national quarterfinal game between UNH and Chattanooga at Cowell Stadium by calling 1-800-745-3000 or visiting www.unhwildcats.com. Time and date of the game will be announced later Saturday.





NFL SCORES FROM 12/7/14

Sunday, December 7, 2014
Final 1 2 3 4 Tot
Houston 3 7 7 10 27
Jacksonville 7 6 0 0 13
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Leader Houston Jacksonville
Passing R. Fitzpatrick 135 B. Bortles 205
Rushing A. Foster 127 D. Robinson 30
Receiving D. Hopkins 49 M. Lewis 69
Final 1 2 3 4 Tot
Baltimore 0 7 7 14 28
Miami 10 0 0 3 13
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Leader Baltimore Miami
Passing J. Flacco 269 R. Tannehill 227
Rushing J. Forsett 71 L. Miller 53
Receiving S. Smith Sr. 70 J. Landry 55
Final 1 2 3 4 Tot
Pittsburgh 0 10 7 25 42
Cincinnati 0 14 7 0 21
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Leader Pittsburgh Cincinnati
Passing B. Roethlisber 350 A. Dalton 302
Rushing L. Bell 185 J. Hill 46
Receiving A. Brown 117 A. Green 224
Final 1 2 3 4 Tot
St. Louis 0 6 18 0 24
Washington 0 0 0 0 0
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Leader St. Louis Washington
Passing S. Hill 213 C. McCoy 199
Rushing T. Mason 66 C. McCoy 11
Receiving J. Cook 61 P. Garcon 95
Final 1 2 3 4 Tot
Indianapolis 0 7 9 9 25
Cleveland 7 7 7 3 24
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Leader Indianapolis Cleveland
Passing A. Luck 294 B. Hoyer 140
Rushing A. Luck 37 2 tied with 54
Receiving T. Hilton 150 J. Cameron 41
Final 1 2 3 4 Tot
Tampa Bay 0 10 0 7 17
Detroit 7 10 10 7 34
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Leader Tampa Bay Detroit
Passing J. McCown 250 M. Stafford 311
Rushing D. Martin 22 J. Bell 83
Receiving V. Jackson 159 C. Johnson 158
Final 1 2 3 4 OT Tot
NY Jets 12 3 3 6 0 24
Minnesota 14 7 0 3 6 30
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Leader NY Jets Minnesota
Passing G. Smith 254 T. Bridgewater 309
Rushing C. Ivory 73 M. Asiata 54
Receiving P. Harvin 124 J. Wright 123
Final 1 2 3 4 Tot
Carolina 17 7 14 3 41
New Orleans 0 3 0 7 10
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Leader Carolina New Orleans
Passing C. Newton 226 D. Brees 235
Rushing J. Stewart 155 M. Ingram 43
Receiving G. Olsen 72 M. Colston 72
Final 1 2 3 4 Tot
NY Giants 17 6 10 3 36
Tennessee 0 0 7 0 7
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Leader NY Giants Tennessee
Passing E. Manning 260 Z. Mettenberge 125
Rushing A. Williams 131 J. Locker 28
Receiving O. Beckham Jr. 130 D. Hagan 62
Final 1 2 3 4 Tot
Buffalo 0 3 0 14 17
Denver 7 7 10 0 24
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Leader Buffalo Denver
Passing K. Orton 355 P. Manning 173
Rushing F. Jackson 35 J. Thompson 63
Receiving S. Watkins 127 W. Welker 82
Final 1 2 3 4 Tot
Kansas City 7 7 0 0 14
Arizona 3 3 11 0 17
Preview | Box | Gameview | Recap
Leader Kansas City Arizona
Passing A. Smith 293 D. Stanton 239
Rushing J. Charles 91 K. Williams 100
Receiving T. Kelce 110 M. Floyd 85
Final 1 2 3 4 Tot
Seattle 0 10 14 0 24
Philadelphia 7 0 7 0 14
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Leader Seattle Philadelphia
Passing R. Wilson 263 M. Sanchez 96
Rushing M. Lynch 86 L. McCoy 50
Receiving D. Baldwin 97 Z. Ertz 39
Final 1 2 3 4 Tot
San Francisco 7 3 3 0 13
Oakland 3 7 7 7 24
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Leader San Francisco Oakland
Passing C. Kaepernick 174 D. Carr 254
Rushing F. Gore 63 L. Murray 76
Receiving M. Crabtree 56 M. Rivera 109
Final 1 2 3 4 Tot
New England 3 10 0 10 23
San Diego 0 14 0 0 14
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Leader New England San Diego
Passing T. Brady 317 P. Rivers 189
Rushing L. Blount 66 R. Mathews 44
Receiving J. Edelman 141 M. Floyd 54
Monday, December 8, 2014
8:30 PM ET ESPN
Atlanta
Green Bay
Preview
 
Thursday, December 4, 2014






Justin's NFL LOCK of the Wee



KANSAS CITY (Pick 'em) @ Arizona 

LOTW: 6-8-1 on the year! 





Former Somersworth High Soccer Star Rachel Hill gets NCAA Honor! 

Four Huskies Earn All-Region Honors From NSCAA
Rachel Hill, Riley Houle, Gabrielle Charno and Samantha McGuire picked up postseason accolades

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First Team member Riley Houle was one of four Huskies honored
 

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First Team member Riley Houle was one of four Huskies honored
UCONNHUSKIESDOTCOM
Dec. 3, 2014
  KANSAS CITY - Four members of the UConn women's soccer team have earned NSCAA/Continental Tire All-Region honors, the NSCAA announced on Dec. 3. Headlining UConn on the Division I Women's All-Northeast Region team are First Team members Rachel Hill and Riley Houle, while Gabrielle Charno earned a Second Team nod and Samantha McGuire picked up a spot on the Third Team.

The regional laurels come after a 2014 campaign that saw the Huskies go 14-5-5, winning the American Athletic Conference Championship before advancing to the second round of the NCAA Tournament. UConn is the most represented program from The American on the All-Northeast Region teams, and is tied with Georgetown for second-most honorees among any school behind only DePaul (five). Connecticut is also one of four schools (UCF, Georgetown and St. John's) with multiple First Team members.  

For Hill (Rollinsford, N.H.), the First Team All-Region nod is one several awards the sophomore standout has received this season. The American Co-Offensive Player of the Year, Tournament Most Outsanding Offensive Player and First Team All-Conference member finished atop the league leaders with 16 goals and 35 points. She also led the Huskies with 40 shots on goal and a league-best five game-winning goals. In 43 career games, the star striker has scored 29 goals.
 
 
 
 


Houle (Columbia, Conn.) was named to The American's All-Conference First Team prior to her First Team All-Region laurel. The senior midfielder, who also earned a spot on the All-Tournament Team at The American Championship, finished second on the Huskies this season with six goals and 17 points. She also led the squad with five assists and was one of five players to see time in all 24 contests, starting 22.

Yet another All-Conference First Team member, Charno (Seaford, N.Y.) picks up a Second Team All-Region nod after anchoring a UConn back-line that was dominant defensively down the stretch for the Huskies. The senior center back started all but one game and led the Huskies with 2,111 minutes played, one of three Huskies to eclipse 2,000 minutes on the year. With Charno in the back UConn held opponents to less than one goal per game, holding a team GAA of 0.87 on the year. The Huskies also recorded 11 shutouts, including six in a row in a stretch late in the season that included all three games of The American Championship and the NCAA Tournament first round.

Rounding out the All-Region awards is a Third Team spot for McGuire (Fishkill, N.Y.), who also played in every contest for UConn with 22 starts. In 2,099 minutes played, mostly from the defensive midfield, the junior recorded a 6-3-15 scoring line to place fourth on the squad in points. She also scored three game-winning goals and was integral to UConn's defensive success from her holding midfielder position.






Hockey Practice is underway! Dover got things going last night at the Dover Ice Arena







First hockey game on WTSN is Saturday 12/20 DOVER VS SPAULDING!! 



NFL SCORES FROM WEEK 13

Thursday, November 27, 2014
Final 1 2 3 4 Tot
Chicago 14 0 3 0 17
Detroit 3 21 0 10 34
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Leader Chicago Detroit
Passing J. Cutler 280 M. Stafford 390
Rushing K. Carey 8 J. Bell 91
Receiving M. Bennett 109 C. Johnson 146
Final 1 2 3 4 Tot
Philadelphia 14 9 7 3 33
Dallas 0 7 3 0 10
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Leader Philadelphia Dallas
Passing M. Sanchez 217 T. Romo 199
Rushing L. McCoy 159 D. Murray 73
Receiving J. Maclin 108 D. Bryant 73
Final 1 2 3 4 Tot
Seattle 7 6 3 3 19
San Francisco 0 0 3 0 3
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Leader Seattle San Francisco
Passing R. Wilson 236 C. Kaepernick 121
Rushing M. Lynch 104 F. Gore 28
Receiving T. Moeaki 63 C. Hyde 38
Sunday, November 30, 2014
Final 1 2 3 4 Tot
San Diego 7 3 3 21 34
Baltimore 10 6 7 10 33
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Leader San Diego Baltimore
Passing P. Rivers 383 J. Flacco 225
Rushing R. Mathews 40 J. Forsett 106
Receiving K. Allen 121 T. Smith 65
Final 1 2 3 4 Tot
Cleveland 3 0 0 7 10
Buffalo 0 0 14 12 26
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Leader Cleveland Buffalo
Passing B. Hoyer 192 K. Orton 190
Rushing T. West 32 F. Jackson 70
Receiving M. Austin 86 2 tied with 71
Final 1 2 3 4 Tot
Tennessee 0 0 14 7 21
Houston 14 10 7 14 45
Preview | Box | Gameview | Recap
Leader Tennessee Houston
Passing Z. Mettenberge 184 R. Fitzpatrick 358
Rushing B. Sankey 42 A. Foster 79
Receiving K. Wright 132 D. Hopkins 238
Final 1 2 3 4 Tot
Washington 3 7 14 3 27
Indianapolis 7 14 21 7 49
Preview | Box | Gameview | Recap
Leader Washington Indianapolis
Passing C. McCoy 392 A. Luck 370
Rushing A. Morris 67 D. Herron 88
Receiving J. Reed 123 D. Moncrief 134
Final 1 2 3 4 Tot
NY Giants 0 21 0 3 24
Jacksonville 0 3 13 9 25
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Leader NY Giants Jacksonville
Passing E. Manning 247 B. Bortles 194
Rushing R. Jennings 91 B. Bortles 68
Receiving O. Beckham Jr. 90 M. Lee 75
Final 1 2 3 4 Tot
Carolina 3 3 7 0 13
Minnesota 14 14 0 3 31
Preview | Box | Gameview | Recap
Leader Carolina Minnesota
Passing C. Newton 194 T. Bridgewater 138
Rushing J. Stewart 85 M. Asiata 52
Receiving G. Olsen 59 G. Jennings 45
Final 1 2 3 4 Tot
New Orleans 0 14 14 7 35
Pittsburgh 3 3 7 19 32
Preview | Box | Gameview | Recap
Leader New Orleans Pittsburgh
Passing D. Brees 257 B. Roethlisber 435
Rushing M. Ingram 122 L. Bell 95
Receiving K. Stills 162 L. Bell 159
Final 1 2 3 4 Tot
Oakland 0 0 0 0 0
St. Louis 21 17 0 14 52
Preview | Box | Gameview | Recap
Leader Oakland St. Louis
Passing D. Carr 173 S. Hill 183
Rushing D. McFadden 27 T. Mason 117
Receiving M. Reece 48 S. Bailey 100
Final 1 2 3 4 Tot
Cincinnati 0 7 7 0 14
Tampa Bay 3 7 0 3 13
Preview | Box | Gameview | Recap
Leader Cincinnati Tampa Bay
Passing A. Dalton 176 J. McCown 190
Rushing G. Bernard 49 D. Martin 58
Receiving J. Wright 59 2 tied with 49
Final 1 2 3 4 Tot
Arizona 0 10 0 8 18
Atlanta 17 3 3 6 29
Preview | Box | Gameview | Recap
Leader Arizona Atlanta
Passing D. Stanton 294 M. Ryan 361
Rushing M. Grice 16 S. Jackson 101
Receiving J. Brown 75 J. Jones 189
Final 1 2 3 4 Tot
New England 0 14 0 7 21
Green Bay 13 10 0 3 26
Preview | Box | Gameview | Recap
Leader New England Green Bay
Passing T. Brady 245 A. Rodgers 368
Rushing L. Blount 58 E. Lacy 98
Receiving R. Gronkowski 98 D. Adams 121
Final 1 2 3 4 Tot
Denver 14 6 3 6 29
Kansas City 0 7 3 6 16
Preview | Box | Gameview | Recap
Leader Denver Kansas City
Passing P. Manning 179 A. Smith 153
Rushing C. Anderson 168 J. Charles 35
Receiving E. Sanders 73 T. Kelce 36
Monday, December 1, 2014





Justin's LOCKS of the week for Thanksgiving: 


DA BEARS +7 over Detroit


CHIP KELLY and the Eagles (seen here at UNH) + 3 over Dallas


SEATTLE +1 over San Francisco






IT'S OFFICIAL!!!


Kung-Fu Panda with... a Panda.... #Creepy


Hanley Ramirez with Ben Charington, who is not a Panda




WINTER SPORTS SCHEDULE FOR WTSN!!!!


Schedule subject to change- listen on WTSN AM 1270, online at wtsnam1270.com, or get the TuneIn Radio App as a free Download for iPhone and Droid!

Tuesday 12/16 : Girls Basketball  Portsmouth vs Kingswood 6:20 pm
 
Friday 12/19: Boys Basketball Saint Thomas vs Oyster River 6:20 pm
 
Saturday 12/20 Boys Hockey  Spaulding (Rochester) at Dover 5:50 pm
 
Monday 12/22 Boys Basketball Spaulding vs Nashua South 6:20 pm


The Red Sox will announce the signings of Pablo Sandoval & Hanley Ramirez today, here's their stats from the past few years:

PABLO SANDOVAL: 

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More Stats

 
Year Age Tm Lg G PA AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SB CS BB SO BA OBP SLG OPS OPS+ TB GDP HBP IBB
2008 21 SFG NL 41 154 145 24 50 10 1 3 24 0 0 4 14 .345 .357 .490 .847 118 71 6 1 1
2009 22 SFG NL 153 633 572 79 189 44 5 25 90 5 5 52 83 .330 .387 .556 .943 144 318 10 4 13
2010 23 SFG NL 152 616 563 61 151 34 3 13 63 3 2 47 81 .268 .323 .409 .732 99 230 26 1 12
2011 ★ 24 SFG NL 117 466 426 55 134 26 3 23 70 2 4 32 63 .315 .357 .552 .909 155 235 12 0 9
2012 ★ 25 SFG NL 108 442 396 59 112 25 2 12 63 1 1 38 59 .283 .342 .447 .789 123 177 13 1 4
2013 26 SFG NL 141 584 525 52 146 27 2 14 79 0 0 47 79 .278 .341 .417 .758 116 219 19 6 5
2014 27 SFG NL 157 638 588 68 164 26 3 16 73 0 0 39 85 .279 .324 .415 .739 111 244 16 4 6
7 Yrs 869 3533 3215 398 946 192 19 106 462 11 12 259 464 .294 .346 .465 .811 123 1494 102 17 50
162 Game Avg. 162 659 599 74 176 36 4 20 86 2 2 48 86 .294 .346 .465 .811 123 279 19 3 9


HANLEY RAMIREZ

 

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More Stats

 
Year Age Tm Lg G PA AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SB CS BB SO BA OBP SLG OPS OPS+ TB GDP HBP SH IBB
2005 21 BOS AL 2 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 .000 .000 .000 .000 -100 0 0 0 0 0
2006 22 FLA NL 158 700 633 119 185 46 11 17 59 51 15 56 128 .292 .353 .480 .833 116 304 7 4 5 0
2007 23 FLA NL 154 706 639 125 212 48 6 29 81 51 14 52 95 .332 .386 .562 .948 145 359 10 7 4 3
2008 ★ 24 FLA NL 153 693 589 125 177 34 4 33 67 35 12 92 122 .301 .400 .540 .940 143 318 5 8 0 9
2009 ★ 25 FLA NL 151 652 576 101 197 42 1 24 106 27 8 61 101 .342 .410 .543 .954 148 313 9 9 1 14
2010 ★ 26 FLA NL 142 619 543 92 163 28 2 21 76 32 10 64 93 .300 .378 .475 .853 126 258 14 7 0 12
2011 27 FLA NL 92 385 338 55 82 16 0 10 45 20 10 44 66 .243 .333 .379 .712 95 128 6 2 1 3
2012 28 TOT NL 157 667 604 79 155 29 4 24 92 21 7 54 132 .257 .322 .437 .759 105 264 17 6 0 4
2012 28 MIA NL 93 395 353 49 87 18 2 14 48 14 4 37 72 .246 .322 .428 .749 100 151 11 3 0 1
2012 28 LAD NL 64 272 251 30 68 11 2 10 44 7 3 17 60 .271 .324 .450 .774 112 113 6 3 0 3
2013 29 LAD NL 86 336 304 62 105 25 2 20 57 10 2 27 52 .345 .402 .638 1.040 189 194 5 3 0 3
2014 30 LAD NL 128 512 449 64 127 35 0 13 71 14 5 56 84 .283 .369 .448 .817 132 201 10 6 0 2
10 Yrs 1223 5272 4677 822 1403 303 30 191 654 261 83 506 875 .300 .373 .500 .873 132 2339 83 52 11 50
162 Game Avg. 162 698 620 109 186 40 4 25 87 35 11 67 116 .300 .373 .500 .873 132 310 11 7 1 7
                                               
MIA (7 yrs) 943 4150 3671 666 1103 232 26 148 482 230 73 406 677 .300 .374 .499 .873 129 1831 62 40 11 42
LAD (3 yrs) 278 1120 1004 156 300 71 4 43 172 31 10 100 196 .299 .368 .506 .874 144 508 21 12 0 8
BOS (1 yr) 2 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 .000 .000 .000 .000 -100 0 0 0 0 0
                                               
NL (9 yrs) 1221 5270 4675 822 1403 303 30 191 654 261 83 506 873 .300 .373 .500 .873 132 2339 83 52 11 50
AL (1 yr) 2 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 .000 .000 .000 .000 -100 0 0 0 0 0


 






Spaulding Hockey Star doing well in Juinor Hockey-


FLORHAM PARK, N.J. – The Metropolitan Junior Hockey League is pleased to announce its “Three Stars of the Week” for the period ending November 9, 2014. The three stars program is a weekly award given to the top performers in MJHL games, regardless of position, for the previous week. The awards assist in determining top performers for the year-end awards.

This week, New Hampshire Junior Monarchs forward Zander Allen (’97 birth year/Manchester, N.H.) is the league’s 1st Star, Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Knights forwardTyler Uravage (’97 birth year/Hudson, Pa.) is the league’s 2nd Star and New England Wolves forward Dillon Smith (’95 birth year/Madison, N.H.) is the league’s 3rd Star.

Allen gets the nod this week as the league’s first star after a five-point (2G 3A) performance against the Hartford Junior Wolfpack. Allen’s second period power play goal proved the game-winner, as the Junior Monarchs skated away with a 6-3 win over the, then, division leading Wolfpack. Allen’s five points were a season high for the rookie and moved the Monarchs into second place in the Francis Division.

“Zander is having a great start to his junior hockey career,” said Junior Monarchs Head Coach Cam Robichaud. “He is a player that leads by example. Zander brings physical play, skill and a great work ethic to every game. As a young player, Zander has a great understanding of playing the game without the puck.”

Uravage picks up the second star of the week after a four-point week, leading the Knights offense, as they went 2-0 during the review period, with wins over the Philadelphia Little Flyers (4-1) and the New Jersey Junior Titans (4-2), keeping the Knights in first place in the Dowd Division.

“On top of being a go-to guy on the penalty kill, Tyler has been heating up [offensively] as well,” said Knights Head Coach Matt Pinchevsky. “I feel this is only a preview of what Tyler is capable of. He is a player to watch this season.”

Smith is the third star this week after helping the New England Wolves to a 5-2 defeat of the Walpole Express. Smith’s hat-trick was the offensive catalyst for the Wolves, who extended their season-best winning streak to three. Smith’s second period power play goal was the eventual game-winner for the Wolves who closed the gap in the Francis Division race. The team captain of the first year franchise is second on the team in points with 13, but paces the team in goals with eight.

“Dillon plays in all situations and leads by example,” said Wolves Head Coach Andrew Trimble. “You know what you are getting every night with Dillon.”

 




 


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