Athletic directors to talk about rivalry
NASHUA – It’s too late for anything to be done for November’s Turkey Bowl, but officials from Bishop Guertin High School and the Nashua School District have agreed to continue to talk about the future of the high school football rivalry, according to Mayor Bernie Streeter.
Officials from both Bishop Guertin and the public school system met Tuesday at Streeter’s office at City Hall with Ward 5 Alderman David Lozeau. It was a pleasant and cordial gathering, Streeter said.
No action was taken, but the athletic directors from both schools will continue to discuss other opportunities to keep alive the historic rivalry, Streeter said.
Public school officials decided earlier this year that Nashua High School North and Nashua High School South would play each other on Thanksgiving, excluding Bishop Guertin from the annual game.