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Windham track and field action at the Class I Championships last Saturday
by Chris White
The Windham boys’ and girls’ outdoor track teams competed at the Class I Championships at Coe-
Brown Academy in Northwood last Saturday, May 29. It was the first time ever that the Windham track program participated in the event
during the outdoor season, and there were a number of Jaguar athletes who turned in solid performances. The girls were led by their 4x800-
Pelham Boys’ Tennis Earns Trip to Class I Finals
meter relay team of Morgan Barry, Alexis Clemons, Kate Farrell, and Lindsey Wolfe, which placed 13th in the event in a time of 10:55.11. The
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team delivered its best performance when it needed it most as it trimmed 15 seconds off its best time from the regular season. Farrell, meanwhile, also took 15th with a time of 12:15.74 in the 3200 meters. The top two individual performers for the boys were Dan Warner and Derek Gray. Gray grabbed 12th place in the 100 meters (12.02 seconds) and seventh in the 200 (24.25 seconds), while Warner came in 11th in the 100 (12 seconds). Warner and Gray also joined teammates Kennie Padin and CJay DiPrima on the Jaguar 4x100- meter relay that earned eighth place in a time of 46.31 seconds. The hard work that the 4x100 relay put in during the season paid off at the Class I race. The conclusion of the Class I meet also meant the conclusion of the track and field season for Windham. Now, with one season under their belt, the Jaguars look to improve for next year.
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Ethan Ely gets ready to serve versus his Hanover opponent
by Chris White
Top-seeded Pelham faced fourth-seeded Hanover in a Class I semifinal match last Thursday, May 27, and won by the score of 6-3. Playing on their home court, the Pythons took four wins in the singles competition and then won two matches in doubles to dispose of the Marauders. Jared Taylor (8-4), Matt Smith (8-5), Ryan Fyfe (8-3), and Matt Mercier (8-6) all earned singles wins for Pelham. Meanwhile, the pairs of Taylor and Smith (8-3) and Fyfe
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and Gabe Ramos came up with the doubles victories. Ethan Ely competed on Pelham’s ladder against Hanover as well, participating in the number-four singles and the number-two doubles matches. With the win, Pelham (13-2) earned the right to vie for the Class I title against Bedford on Thursday, June 3, at Concord Memorial Field.
Windham Girls’ Lacrosse Closes Out First Season
by Chris White
The Windham girls’ lacrosse team finished its regular season last week with four quality wins over Bishop Guertin, Somersworth, Pelham, and Merrimack Valley before it entered the New Hampshire junior varsity tournament on Saturday, May 29. The team’s win against Bishop Guertin came on Saturday, May 22, where Kayla Breton netted seven goals to lead the Jaguars and contributed one assist as well. Jenny Gaarder (two goals, three assists), Hannah Peters (two goals, two assists), Sarah Vivinetto (two goals), Alina Donnelly (one goal, one assist), Megan Cole (one goal), Erin Ford (one goal), Lauren Ford (one assist), and Nicole Taylor (one assist) also took part in the scoring, while Kaitlyn Sinclair registered five saves in net. The Jags hosted Somersworth two days later,
where they won 12-2. Gaarder had four goals and one assist, while Vivinetto and Lindsey Arnold contributed two goals apiece. Beccy Anderson, Morgin Wheeler, and Ford all contributed one goal, as Breton provided three assists. Alex Gringeri also had a solid game in goal with five saves.
The team then earned a 17-4 win against
Pelham at home on Wednesday, May 26, and got some good offensive performances from Gaarder (five goals), Breton (three goals, five assists), Peters (four goals, one assist), and Vivinetto (two goals, two assists). The Jags also received single goals from Taylor, Arnold, Ford, and Sarah Pomeroy in the winning effort. The next day, Windham moved on to face Merrimack Valley at home and took a 14-2 victory. Gaarder had four goals and one assist and Breton submitted four assists, as Vivinetto had two goals and one assist. Single goals were provided by Peters, Arnold, Wheeler, and Lauren Irish, and a single assist was provided by Lauren Ford. At the conclusion of the week, the team played in the junior varsity tournament on Saturday. The Jags lost their first game to Hollis-Brookline, 5-3, but then reeled off four consecutive victories on the day (5-3 vs. Somersworth; 9-1 vs. Pelham; 5-2 vs. Hollis-Brookline; and 4-1 vs. Keene). After that, they would lose in the playoff round to Keene by the score of 5-4 in overtime, however. The Jags concluded their first season with a strong record at 12-4-1.
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