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SPORTS SHORTS: UNH men’s hockey ties up Northeastern

Senior goalie Danny Tirone made 40 saves and freshman Max Gildon scored for the Wildcats as the University of New Hampshire men's hockey team tied ... Great Bay Limousine picked up a 60-51 win over Brick & Barn Real Estate, paced by Evan Fate (26 points ...

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BOSTON, Mass? Senior goalie Danny Tirone made 40 saves and freshman Max Gildon scored for the Wildcats as the University of New Hampshire men's hockey team tied No9 Northeastern 1-1 on Friday night.Tirone and the Wildcats limited a Huskies (15-7-3, 11-5-3 HE) team that entered the game with a Hockey East best 3.50 goals per gameThe Northeastern power play, which also leads the league, was kept off the scoreboard as it went 0-5 on the night.UNH moved to 9-13-5 and 4-9-4 in Hockey EastThe team is now winless in its last 12 games.Witham paces rec boys hoop winPORTSMOUTH ? Zach Witham scored 20 points, both Issac Munson and Spencer Leger added 12 apiece, and Port City Pretzels beat Insurcomm, Inc., 64-58, in recent Portsmouth Rec boys senior basketball actionRyan Gonsalves tossed in 21 points in defeat.In other action, Great Bay Limousine picked up a 60-51 win over Brick & Barn Real Estate, paced by Evan Fate (26 points), Calvin Kobylinski (13) and Kevin Mcdermott (11)Tyler Merriam scored 21 to pace Brick & Barn.Register now for Cocheco LacrosseDOVER ? Registration is open now for the 2018 Cocheco Lacrosse season.The participation fee for grades 1 through 8 is $155 per player[The fee includes a uniform, two practices per week, at least one game per week, and the year-end tournament; the fee does not include equipment.]The ?Early Bird? registration period ends on Feb15A $50 deposit will hold your child?s spot, with the remaining balance due by March 31[All registrations after are subject to a $30 increase and a waitlist.]The final registration cutoff is March 1; a roster spot cannot be guaranteed after this date.Evaluations in mid-March assign each player to a teamNo experience requiredEveryone plays every gameGames run early spring through mid-June.Pre-K and kindergarten players meet Saturdays from 9 to 10 a.m., and the cost is $50.To register your child, visit http://www.cochecolacrosse.orgFor more information about the league, e-mail Portsmouth LL registration open through Feb17 PORTSMOUTH ? Portsmouth Little League is registering players for the 2018 season online at through Feb17Players born between May 1, 2005 and Aug31, 2011 who reside in Portsmouth, Greenland or Newington are eligible to participate. A registration fee of $100 per player ($50 for each additional player per family) must be paid via credit/debit card at the time of online registrationRegistration fees are not refundable seven days following the close of registrationFull and partial scholarships are available by contacting Jeannie Currier at 433-2283. The registration fee rises $25 per player if registered after Feb25, and no discounts or scholarships will be available for late registration. Families who wish to pre-purchase the required fundraising raffle tickets may do so at the time of registrationAll purchased raffle tickets will be entered in your nameAll discounts will be applied at checkout. Anyone experiencing issues with registration can contact Eric Wyman via e-mail at Never miss a story Choose the plan that's right for you. Digital access or digital and print delivery. Subscribe Now Sign up for daily e-mails Sign up Reader ServicesMy ProfileReader Service HomeNew SubscriptionsSubscriber ControlsContact UsSubmissionsEventsPhotosLetters to the Editor

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