As a longtime journalist in Southern New Hampshire, Ryan O'Connor has written for several local online and print publications covering everything from school board meetings and local high school sporting events to major crime stories and New Hampshire's first-in-the-nation presidential primary (yes, the last two are mutually exclusive). In addition to spending time with his beautiful wife and four amazing children, Ryan enjoys attending and serving at church, golfing as much as possible, home brewing, playing softball and snowboarding when time allows.
DURHAM, NH – Legendary Winnacunnet boys basketball coach Jack Ford was known for reminding his players that any season concluded in Durham is a successful season. Current Winnacunnet head coach Jay McKenna, who played and READ MORE
PLYMOUTH, NH – Hours after the final buzzer had sounded, the team text message thread remained hyperactive. Coaches and players, from seniors down to freshmen, each embraced the opportunity to exchange admiration for one another, READ MORE
EXETER, NH – Bit by injuries, Covid protocols and general inexperience, the Manchester Central/West co-op high school ice hockey team was as never able to overcome a slow start in a season like no other. READ MORE
BEDFORD, NH – The Manchester Memorial High School girls basketball team won six of seven games this season in which it scored 45 or more points. The Crusaders lost six of the seven contents in READ MORE
MANCHESTER, NH – The third installment of the Queen City’s newest rivalry ended up being much like the first two, competitive to the end … and a Holy Family victory. The Griffins, in taking their READ MORE
MANCHESTER, NH – In a Monday night battle of David versus Goliath, the Derryfield School boys basketball team just missed the mark in its attempt to slay the giants of Holy Family Academy. It was READ MORE
One night after traveling to Epping High School and earning a 23-point triumph, the Derryfield School girls basketball team returned home and had to fight for every point in a 33-31 nail-biter against the same foe Thursday night. READ MORE
MANCHESTER, NH – Competing in a city clash that may not have occurred in other years, the Division I Trinity High School girls basketball team was able to earn a decisive victory against a Manchester READ MORE
Dan Belliveau grew up skating against Central High School. The former Nashua High player, now head coach at Merrimack High School, said he saw glimpses Wednesday of the Little Green teams that used to give the rest of the state fits when his Tomahawks faced the Central/West co-op team at Manchester’s West Side Arena. READ MORE
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