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18 - June 4, 2010

Campbell Boys’ Track Wins Class M & S Meet; Girls’ Relays Place in Top Five

by Chris White

The Campbell boys’ and girls’ track teams competed at the Class M & S Championships, which were held at Winnisquam High School in Tilton last Saturday, May 29. The Campbell boys won the title by accumulating 93 points for first place in the meet as Prospect Mountain finished a distant second with 71 points. The Cougars were led by Anthony Rinaldi, John Cialek, and Evan Leith, who all won individual events during the day. Rinaldi was a double winner, prevailing victorious in both the 100 meters (11.44 seconds) and the 200 meters (22.79 seconds), while Leith won the high jump (five feet, 10 inches) and Cialek came through first in the 110 hurdles (15.75 seconds). Leith also placed third in the 110 hurdles (16.05 seconds) and Cialek took second in the 300 hurdles (42.68 seconds). Meanwhile, Spencer Soulard took second place in the pole vault (12 feet) and Geoff Pomerleau ran to a fourth- place finish in the 800 (2:06.15). One of the many bright spots in the meet was Campbell’s domination in the relay events. The Cougars won both the 4x100 and 4x400 relays, while also placing sixth in the 4x800. The 4x100 team of Kyle Mun, Justin Prindle, Rinaldi, and Matthew Roberge crossed the line at 45.24 seconds, as the 4x400 team of Pomerleau, Ryan Donaghey, Soulard, and Patrick Queenan checked in at a time of 3:36.34. The 4x800, featuring Pomerleau, Jacob Morgan, Nicholas Sturzo, and Donaghey, registered a time of 8:48.96. The Campbell girls came up with strong performances in their relays as well. Both of their relay teams, the 4x100 and the 4x400, took fifth place in their respective events. The 4x100 squad of Sera Stackpole, Olivia Planty, Jordan Billings, and Courtney Gannon clocked a 54.30-second finish, while the 4x400 relay of Gannon, Stephanie Loeb, Heather Geist, and Michelle Pomerleau ended its run at 4:32.05.

A number of athletes from the Campbell girls’ team finished in the top 10 in open events as well. On the track, Geist placed sixth in the 400 meters (63.91 seconds), Hayden Leith placed eighth in the 100 hurdles (18.42 seconds), and Ashley Gannon placed eighth in the 300 hurdles (52.74 seconds). In the field, Loeb took

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seventh in the high jump (five feet, six inches) and ninth in the pole vault (six feet), while Haley Bowen grabbed seventh in the discus (90 feet) and ninth in the shot put (27 feet, seven and a half inches). The girls’ meet was won by Hopkinton, which dominated the field and gathered 150 total points for the day.

Lady Broncos Thrive in Tournament

by Sue LaRoche

The Alvirne Lady Broncos finished their regular season play last week with an impressive 17-3 record on the season. Their three losses were each by only one run. Their dynamic duo of pitchers, Taylor Carbone and Jess Underwood, picked up 11 and six wins, respectively. The Lady Broncos will have hosted their first game on Wednesday, June 2, against Pinkerton at 4:30 p.m. at Alvirne High School. With a victory on Wednesday, they will move into the quarterfinals and play at home again on Saturday at 4 p.m. On Wednesday, May 26, Alvirne defeated Pinkerton 12-8, in a 16-hit offensive explosion led by Kaela Craven with four hits, Chelsey Drew with three, and Underwood, Mikayla Powlowsky, and Carbone with two each. Carbone picked up the victory, her 11th of the season, along with two RBI and one home

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Alvirne Baseball Closes Season Against Pinkerton Academy

run. Powlowsky and Katie Donovan had strong defensive games in the field for the Broncos. On Thursday, May 27, the Broncos used

the mercy rule in the sixth inning to defeat Timberlane, 15-2. This game saw all nine of the starting players posting, hitting safely in the game. They were led by freshman Drew with four hits, including three triples and four runs scored, while Carbone, Delaney Burns, and Craven added two hits apiece. Drew finished the regular season with a team-leading .391 batting average. Underwood pitched her sixth victory of the season against no losses with nine strikeouts and only two earned runs allowed. The Broncos are the third seed in the NHIAA Class L tournament and look to continue their winning ways over the next two weeks.

Campbell’s John Cialek was one of many Cougars who played a role in the team’s league title last weekend as he won the 110 hurdles and placed second in the 300 hurdles

Wings End Season with Division Win

Above: Adam Nordelli looks to turn a double play in Alvirne’s 6-5 loss to Pinkerton at home to close out the season

Right: Peter Radziewicz outruns the throw to first

Below: Ethan Hurley makes the long grab from third for the out at first base

Top row: Claire Mutty, Tana Tufts, Kayla Juliano. Middle row: Assistant Coach Frank Rosier,

Sarah Goodell, Hannah Croce, Erin Rosier, Head Coach Mike Juliano, Erin Ruigrok, Katelyn Nichols, Marissa Milley, Emma Stevens, Assistant Coach Lou Mutty. Bottom row: Jenna Zuccaro, Danielle Ross

submitted by Jill Rosier

The Hudson United Wings U12 Girls’ Team closed out a terrific 11-1-1 season by winning their division at the 18th

Annual Amherst Soccer Memorial Day Tournament. The team went undefeated in five games with four shutouts to win the championship! The games were exciting and they played well as a team with determination to attain their goal. Every player on the team had a role in this success. Following the tournament, the coaches commented on how well the girls played as a team and their strong passing skills. Congratulations, Wings!

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Boys Compete at Gymnastic Regionals

submitted by Kim Marchand

The New England Gymnastics Training Center

boys’ team ended the season at the Regional event in Connecticut, held April 10-11. It was an excellent experience for the boys’ Level 5 and 6 teams, but all levels had an incredible year and worked hard to compete at this year’s event. The boys ended this season with great scores. The boys scored as followed: Level 5

Age 7-9: Cole Marchand of Hudson finished with an all-around score of 84.300. He received a 15.4 on floor, 11.5 on pommel horse, 14.1 on rings, 15 on vault, 14.4 on parallel bars, and 13.9 on horizontal bar.

Ian Christiansen of Hudson finished with an all-around score of 83.2. He received a 14.5 on floor, 12.4 on pommel horse, 15 on rings, 14.1 on vault, 13.9 on parallel bars, and 13.3 on horizontal bar.

Age 10-11: Cameron Lister of Hudson finished with an all-around score of 80.5. He received a 11.2 on floor, 13.8 on pommel horse, 14.1 on rings, 13.9 on vault, 13.3 on parallel bars, and 13.3 on horizontal bar. Congratulations to the boys and coaches for all their hard work and dedication given to the sport. Thank you to coaches Jacob Pitts, Tony Cariello, Barry Rogers, and Francisco Silveira for your commitment to the team.

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