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Windham competes against Salem in a field hockey scrimmage last Tursday by Chris White


After a successful inaugural season in 2009, the Windham field hockey program will step up to compete at the varsity level this fall. The Jaguars went undefeated playing junior varsity last year, and they return with a solid foundation in place for another successful season—this time, competing in Division 2. Loren Dow is back for her second season as the head coach of the program. She coached the junior


varsity team last year and will coach the varsity team in 2010. Together, the coach and her players are looking forward to facing the challenge of competing at the next level. “We’re very excited to see how we’ll stack up against other varsity programs,” Dow said. “Since this is our first season as a varsity program, we’ve been working on increasing our intensity on the field and the level that we play at.”


In order to prepare for their RAYS Place First at Peterborough Pentathlon


submitted by Rhonda Bleeker The Rockingham Area


Youth Swim (RAYS) Team recently competed at the Peterborough Pentathlon, placing first overall among the 10 teams at the meet. In addition, several of the local RAYS swimmers’ total times for their five events placed them among the top six in their age group. Local swimmers placing among the top 10 in individual races or among the top six for total time at this meet included: 10 & Under Girls: Emily Martsolf (Windham) placed fourth overall with a third place in the 50 Free, fourth in the 50 Breast, fifth in the 50 Back, and sixth in the 200 IM and 50 Fly. 13-14 Girls: Meaghan O’Connor (Windham) placed first overall, placing first in the 50 Fly, second in the 200 IM and 50 Back, and third in the 50 Free; Emily Matsco (Windham) placed fifth overall, placing second in the 50 Free, third in the 200 IM, and sixth in the 50 Breast. 15-19 Girls: Julia Bushell (Windham) placed first overall, as well as placing first in the 200 IM, 50 Fly, and 50 Back, second in the 50 Free, and third in the 50 Breast; Angela Bleeker (Windham) placed fifth overall, placing sixth in the 200 IM and 100 Fly and ninth in the 50 Back, 50 Breast, and 50 Free; and Tricia Caiati (Salem) placed fifth in the 200 IM, fourth in the 50 Breast, and 8th in the 50 Free. For more RAYS meet results or team information, visit www.mv.com/org/


RAYS first place Peterborough Wave Pentathlon 2010 Windham Little League Honored


submitted by Ben Cotton The 9- and 10-year-old New Hampshire State Little League Champions from Windham were honored before the PawSox game against the Durham Bulls at McCoy Stadium on Monday night.


Emily Martsolf, 50 Breast Race, Peterborough Pentathlon 2010


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competition this season, Windham faced Salem in a scrimmage at Salem High School last Thursday, August 19. With Salem up 3-1, the Jags came back from a two-goal deficit and forced a 3- 3 tie that would stand as the final. Alexa Psareas and Lauren Rogers both provided goals for Windham, while goalie Meaghan Kelly had some key saves in the opening minutes. Jen Peet also played a strong game on the defensive end. This season, Windham returns a host of key contributors from last year’s team, including juniors Lindsey Wolfe, Hannah Peters, Ashley Adamson, Kayla Breton, and Sarah Vivinetto. Laura Viel, a junior who spent the 2009 season with Bishop Guertin, will also bolster the Windham offense as a new addition this year. The team also has a strong incoming freshmen class that includes Delaine Kneeland, and goalies Kelsey Federico and “Mooky” Hatem. All three have shown rapid progress in their development so far. The Jags’ goal this year is to qualify for the post-season. With that, the journey will begin on Thursday, September 2, when they take on Portsmouth on the road. Their first varsity home game will be on the following Tuesday versus Hollis- Brookline.


Windham Field Hockey Enters Season with Strong Foundation


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Ashley Adamson will be one of Windham’s returning players this season


Pelham Good Neighbor Fund Annual Golf Tournament


submitted by Frank Sullivan, Pelham Good Neighbor Fund The Pelham Good Neighbor Fund held their 17th Annual


Golf Tournament in memory of Telly Demos at the Campbell’s Scottish Highlands Golf Course on Monday, August 9. Pictured left to right, front row, is Frank Sullivan, President of the Pelham Good Neighbor Fund, who presented a plaque to Judy Demos in recognition of Telly’s contribution to the golf tournament since its inception; and Laura Allain. Second row: Darlene Michaud, Ann Marie Lacharite, Deb Peglow, Chuck Curtis, and Jimmy and Mary Ann Roche.


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