October 21, 2014
|NHIAA WEEK 8 SCHEDULE|
|MEMORIAL AT EXETER|
|NASHUA SOUTH AT LONDONDERRY|
|SALEM AT NASHUA NORTH|
|GOFFSTOWN AT SPAULDING|
|PORTSMOUTH AT CONCORD|
|KEENE AT PINKERTON|
|MERRIMACK AT TIMBERLANE|
|BEDFORD AT DOVER|
|CENTRAL AT WINNACUNNET|
|LEBANON AT KEARSARGE|
|CONVAL AT SOUHEGAN|
|LACONIA AT KENNETT|
|PLYMOUTH AT MERRIMACK VALLEY|
|TRINITY AT HANOVER|
|WEST AT KINGSWOOD|
|WINDHAM AT MILFORD|
|STEVENS AT FALL MOUNTAIN|
|BISHOP BRADY AT CAMPBELL|
|EPPING-NEWMARKET AT SOMERSWORTH|
|ALVIRNE AT BISHOP BRADY|
|PELHAM AT SANBORN|
|MONADNOCK AT HOLLIS/BROOKLINE|
|FRANKLIN AT NEWPORT|
|RAYMOND AT FARMINGTON-NUTE|
|NEWFOUND AT GIILFORD|
|MASCOMA AT IL/MOULTONBOROUGH|
|BOW AT WINNISQUAM|
October 20, 2014
|The Sports Network FCS Top 25|
|College Football Poll|
|Team (First-place votes)||2014 Record||Points||Previous Rank|
|1.||North Dakota State Bison (152)||7-0||3848||1|
|2.||Eastern Washington Eagles (2)||7-1||3676||2|
|3.||New Hampshire Wildcats||5-1||3402||3|
|4.||Coastal Carolina Chanticleers||7-0||3353||4|
|6.||Jacksonville State Gamecocks||5-1||2996||6|
|8.||Southeastern Louisiana Lions||6-2||2683||8|
|9.||Illinois State Redbirds||6-0||2448||10|
|10.||Montana State Bobcats||6-2||2432||9|
|11.||McNeese State Cowboys||4-2||2181||11|
|13.||South Dakota State Jackrabbits||5-2||1759||18|
|17.||Youngstown State Penguins||5-2||1492||21|
|18.||William & Mary Tribe||4-3||1191||15|
|19.||Eastern Kentucky Colonels||6-1||1097||13|
|20.||Southern Illinois Salukis||5-3||1014||14|
|22.||Indiana State Sycamores||4-3||563||22|
|23.||Northern Iowa Panthers||3-4||402||20|
|24.||Sacred Heart Pioneers||6-1||390||NR|
|25.||Albany Great Danes||5-2||221||NR|
|Others receiving votes: Bryant 119, Charleston Southern 114, Liberty 113, Missouri State 87, Western Carolina 56, Sam Houston State 40, Northwestern State 40, Grambling State 37, Dartmouth 30, James Madison 29, Wofford 22, Alcorn State 22, Delaware 21, Central Arkansas 21, Bucknell 21, North Carolina A&T 21, Jacksonville 20, Stephen F. Austin 14, Tennessee State 14, Western Illinois 13, Presbyterian 13, Northern Arizona 12, Cal Poly 11, Yale 10, Southeast Missouri State 10, Furman 9, South Carolina State 8, Samford 7, Idaho State 3, Monmouth 3, Duquesne 1, Lamar 1.|
UNION LEADER/WGIR/WMUR POWER POLL
Jaguars beat Pelham 28-14 last weekend, which is a close game by their standards.
Clippers have a scary offense. On the right day, there's no one out there they can't beat.
Eagles can secure home-field advantage for Division II North championship game by beating Lacona on Friday.
10. Memorial (5-2)
Memorial has the same record as Concord, beat Concord and is ahead of Concord in the Division I North standings, but ranked five spots below the Crimson Tide in the poll. Hmmm.
Also receiving votes: Alvirne (4-3) and Bow (6-0).
October 19, 2014
Bridgewater, which ended a three-game losing streak, improved to 3-4 overall and 2-3 in the MASCAC. The win marked the Bears' first shutout since 2011 and first home victory over the Panthers since 1979. Plymouth slipped to 1-5 overall and 1-4 in conference play.
The Bears racked up 455 yards of total offense including 250 on the ground. The BSU defense limited the Panthers to 121 total yards (84 passing, 37 rushing).
Junior receiver RJ Kasper led the way offensively for the Panthers with seven catches for 71 yards.
BSU freshman back Alex McLaughlin rushed for a career high 103 yards and a touchdown, while sophomore quarterback Danny Higgins completed16 of 21 pass attempts for 167 yards.
October 18, 2014
|NHIAA WEEK 7|
|LONDONDERRY 41, ALVIRNE 15|
|NASHUA SOUTH 52, KEENE 27|
|PINKERTON 42, TIMBERLANE 7|
|BEDFORD 24, CONCORD 16|
|SALEM 28, MERRIMACK 0|
|PORTSMOUTH 50, WINNACUNNET 36|
|EXETER 42, DOVER 12|
|MEMORIAL 19, SPAULDING 18|
|CONVAL 35, HOLLIS/BROOKLINE 21|
|SANBORN 12, MONADNOCK 6|
|KENNETT 42, LEBANON 8|
|MERRIMACK VALLEY 20, LACONIA 17|
|TRINITY 28, SOUHEGAN 24|
|NEWPORT 34, STEVENS 0|
|BOW 55, RAYMOND 6|
|SOMERSWORTH 39, BISHOP BRADY 22|
|CENTRAL 17, GOFFSTOWN 16|
|BISHOP GUERTIN 22, NASHUA NORTH 0|
|PLYMOUTH 21, KEARSARGE 7|
|PEMBROKE 41, HANOVER 13|
|ST. THOMAS 48, KINGSWOOD 15|
|WEST 27, JOHN STARK 20|
|WINDHAM 28, PELHAM 14|
|CAMPBELL 21, FARMINGTON-NUTE 0|
|MASCOMA 38, FRANKLIN 18|
|WINNISQUAM 43, EPPING-NEWMARKET 12|
|GILFORD 33, IL/MOULTONBOROUGH 7|
|FALL MOUNTAIN 56, NEWFOUND 12|
Dartmouth's Kyle Bramble ran for 113 yards, and Ryan McManus caught eight passes for 88 yards and touchdown. The Big Green never trailed in the contest.
Dartmouth scored 21 straight points, including Williams' touchdown passes to McManus and Bramble, in the second quarter.
Holy Cross made a run late in the fourth, scoring on a 4-yard touchdown run by Shane Taylor and 6-yard pass from Peter Pujals to Tyler Artim. The Crusaders attempted an onside kick, but it was recovered by the Big Green.
Pujals led Holy Cross with 208 yards passing and 82 yards rushing, but was intercepted twice.
Box Score: Dartmouth 24, Holy Cross 21