14 - April 23, 2010
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Campbell Principal Robert Manseau throws out the ceremonial first pitch on Opening Day
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The Alvirne boys’ track team won their second meet of the season as they defeated Salem, 82 2/3 to 62 2/3, on Tuesday, April 20. Derek Janko had a great meet for the Broncos as he placed first in the shot put (43 feet, nine-and- three-quarter inches), discus (99 feet, nine inches) and high jump (five feet, six inches), as well as taking third place in the Javelin (133 feet, one inch), an event that the Broncos swept, with Pat Reidy taking first (141 feet, seven inches) and Matt Fellows taking second (139 feet, four-and-a-half inches). In the pole vault event, Brian Barry took first with
After dropping its season opener at Sanborn on Monday, April 12, the Campbell baseball team rebounded in next two games, picking up victories against Prospect Mountain at home the following Wednesday and Derryfield on the road the next Monday. The Cougars fell to Sanborn, 5-4; defeated Prospect Mountain, 8-2; and then shut out Derryfield, 11-0. At Sanborn, pitcher Zach Saucier maintained a no-hitter through four innings, as Campbell led 1-0 going into the fifth. Sanborn plated five runs in the fifth frame, however, and took the lead for good. Campbell pulled to within one run, but could not overcome the deficit. Josh McGrath led the Cougars with three hits, while Jacob Lang, Bobby Frappier, Chuck Neild, and Tyler Coughlin all contributed two hits apiece.
Campbell Baseball Takes Two of Three to Open Season
by Chris White
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Alvirne Track Results
a jump of nine feet, and Luke Mertins jumped eight feet for a third-place finish. Jeremy Baker threw the discus 88 feet, two inches, which was good enough for third place. Vinny Frasco placed second in both the long jump (19 feet, four-and- one-quarter inches), and the triple jump (37 feet, seven-and-a-half inches), while Alex Bryan placed third in the long jump (18 feet, one inch). Pat Nager and Matt Fellows tied for third in the high jump with jumps of five feet. The 400- and 800-meter events were
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Campbell Softball Off to Strong Start
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by Chris White
The Campbell High School softball team opened the 2010 season with a 1-0 win at Sanborn on Monday, April 12. The Cougars earned the victory behind a brilliant outing from pitcher Julia Nolan, who turned in a complete game no-hitter with nine strikeouts. Freshman Erin King scored the game’s only run in the third inning to give the edge to the Cougars. She was knocked home by sophomore Sam Radcliffe.
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Campbell Track and Field Teams Thrive in Opener
by Chris White
After multiple weeks of practice, both of Campbell’s track and field teams were eager to begin their regular season schedule on Saturday, April 10. Each squad traveled north to Belmont High School to compete against six other teams. It turned out to be a successful and productive day for the Cougars as the girls’ team took second place in its meet, while the boys’ team came in third for its competition. The Campbell girls were led by Becky Weiss,
who was the team’s top placer for the day. She won the discus competition with a throw of 79 feet, 11-and-one-half inches. The Cougars received other solid performances from their throwing crew as well. Haley Bowen captured third in the discus and second in the shot put, Steph Couture came in fifth in the discus, and Jess Belzil placed third in the javelin.
Also in the field, senior Steph Loeb finished third in the high jump. On the track, Hayden Leith grabbed second place in the 100-meter hurdles and Michelle Pomerleau seized third in the 300 hurdles. John Cialek
and Anthony Rinaldi
both shined as double winners for Campbell on the boys’ side. Cialek took first in each hurdle event (110 and 300), while Rinaldi topped the competition in the
100- and 200-meter
While the game against Sanborn turned out to be a nail-biter, Campbell took a comfortable, 16-0 victory in its home opener against Prospect Mountain. Before the game, Campbell Assistant Principal Laurie Rothhaus threw out a ceremonial first pitch to begin the home season. Nolan and Lauryn Kmon combined to pitch a one-hitter with 12 strikeouts in five innings. The game lasted only five because of the mercy rule. King, Radcliffe, and Nolan all contributed two hits apiece. The team now owns a 2-0 record heading into its next contest on Saturday, April 24, at home against Raymond High School. The game will begin at 11 a.m.
swept by the Broncos with Mertins (55), Zach Melanson (55.4), and Barry (55.7) placing first through third in the 400, and Todd Boucher (2:06.9), Mike McCrady (2:07.3),
and Brendan Doyle (2:12.8) swept the 800. Caleb Donnelly (4:46.2) and
McCrady (4:48.3) placed one and two in the 1600-meter race, while Donnelly (10.46.4) and Fellows (11:25.2) placed first and third in the 3200-meter race. Ethan Boucher (44.2) and Fellows (45.9) placed second and third in the 300 hurdles, and Bryan placed second in the 110 hurdles with a time of 17.4. Salem won the 4x100 relay, but the Broncos took the 4x400 relay race.
The Lady Broncos lost by one point to Salem, 71-70, bringing their early season record to 0-2. Krissy Rowe (1:04.2), Cara McCrady (105.5), and Elizabeth Truesdell (105.6) had the only sweep of the day for Alvirne when they swept the 400-meter race. Cassie Larocque placed third in the shot put (30 feet, one-half inch), second in the discus (89 feet, three inches), and second in the javelin (86 feet, 11 inches). Amber Brouillette placed third in the discus (83 feet, two inches), while Kayla Duval placed third in the javelin (83 feet, five- and-a-half inches). Amanda Roberts
took a first in the long jump (15 feet, six inches) and a second in the triple jump (30 feet, four-and-a-half inches) to teammate Stacie Nuttall (32 feet, two inches), who also had a first-place jump of four feet, six inches in the high jump. Rowe took first in the 100 meters (13.4) while Breanna Cannamucio placed third (14.2). Michelle Filadoro placed third in the 100 hurdles in 17.6. In the 1600-meter run, Laura Goudreau finished second (5:53.2) and Erica Notini finished third (6:02.7). Michelle Filadoro also took a third-place finish in the 300 hurdles (50.8). Emily LaPlant (2:29.2) and Erica Prince (2:35.1) finished first and third in the 800-meter run, while Rowe placed second in the 200-meter run in 27.5. Goudreau (12:27) and Lauren LaCraw (12:50.6) finished first and second in the 3200- meter run. Salem’s 4x100 relay team won that race, while Alvirne took the 4x400 race. The final home meet of the season will be held on Tuesday, May 11.
Campbell Principal Robert Manseau was on hand to
throw out the ceremonial first pitch in the Cougars’ home opener against Prospect Mountain on April 14. The Cougars dominated the game behind a solid pitching performance from junior Cullan Baker, who gave up only two runs and struck out three batters. He provided two hits at the plate as well. The offense was led by Coughlin and Evan Ordway,
though. Coughlin connected for one big hit – a three-run homer – while Ordway submitted three hits, one of which was a home run over the centerfield fence. Against Derryfield, the Cougars ended the game in
five innings via the mercy rule. Baker and Josh Sigman combined to throw a one-hit shutout with Baker throwing for three innings and Sigman pitching two. Ordway had another solid day at the plate as he collected two hits, three runs, and two RBIs. Meanwhile, Baker had two hits and three RBIs.
After posting a 2-1 record to start the season, the team will see its next action when it hosts Raymond High School on Saturday, April 24, at 11 a.m.
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