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Hudson~Litchfield News Campbell High School Sports Roundup

submitted by Dale Arria September 20 The girls’ varsity volleyball team beat Franklin 3-0, 25-18, 25-17, and 25-10. Haley Bowen had nine kills, Meg Sweeney had 11 kills, and Sam Radcliffe had 19 assists. Erin McLaughlin played well on defense.

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six tackles was Anthony DeCoteaux; Sean Gray had four tackles and a fumble recovery; and David Burke had five tackles and an interception. Jacob Morgan also had an interception. Jordan Lang led the offense with 52 yards rushing and receiving. The golf team won the silver medal at the hardest course in all of New England—Shattuck Golf Club. The Cougars got great play from the medalist of the event, David Kapelson, who shot an amazing 46. Other members contributing in the event were Andrew Lepine with a 52, John Aniskovich with a 55, Kevin Gallagher with a 59, Kevin Lesperance with a 72, and Nick Christino with a 73, who took a world- record 17 shots to get out of one bunker. September 18 The boys’ JV soccer team fell behind, 2-0, early when Monadnock scored on a breakaway and a penalty kick. Campbell stayed focused, made some adjustments, and brought the score back to 2-1 by halftime. Sean Barry tied the game just two minutes into the half, and then John Paul Galvez got his second goal of the game with just one minute left in the game. Galvez finished with two goals and an assist, Barry a goal and an assist, and Nick Gagne got his second assist of the season. The boys’ varsity soccer team rolled to a 4-0 win over

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Monadnock Regional. Leading the Cougar attack was central midfielder Andrew Schibly, who scored a goal and an assist. Evan Leith and Ian Hutchinson each added single tallies, while John Hinckley Jr. had an assist. Alex Puchalski once again anchored a tough Cougar defense, which limited Monadnock Regional to just two shots on goal. Tyler Germond recorded his second shutout of the season. The team record now stands at 4-3. September 17 The girls’ volleyball team had a great game with a win against Trinity 3-0. The scores were 25-22, 25-16, and 15-10. Lexie had an amazing night serving! The girls’ varsity soccer team remained undefeated with a record of 8-0, after defeating the Hopkinton Hawks by a score of 7-1. The Cougars leading scorers, Shawna Trunca (13 goals) and Olivia Planty (11 goals), each scored twice, with Planty also picking up two assists. Sophomore Casey Mellen netted two goals of her own, and Shannon Savard finished off the scoring with one goal of her own. The entire Cougar team played its best overall game of the season, with great support from seniors Jamie Shepard and Heather Geist at the outside midfield positions. Keeper Hayden Leith had another strong game in net. The girls’ cross-country team ran in Bow. The team did well; first place for Campbell was Leah Stagnone, second place went to Marissa Framarini, third place was Ali Framarini, and fourth place was Christina Lepore. Michele Pomerleau sat out due to an illness. The boys’ cross-country team ran a tough race.

The course was rough and they were up against some strong runners. Travis Manning placed first for the team, coming in 16th overall with 65 runners. Coming in second for Campbell was Nick Sturzo. Cam Viola held third place. Nate Helie scored fourth place, and Chris Francis earned fifth place for the team. September 16 The golf team won the silver medal at

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Passaconway Country Club. The Cougars got great play from the medalist of the event, Andrew Lepine, who shot an amazing 36. Andrew now holds the all-time low round in Campbell golf history. Other members contributing in the event were John Aniskovich with a 49, Kevin Gallagher with a 51, David Kapelson with a 52, Vinny Ortolano with a 65, and Chris Forrence with a 66. In boys’ JV soccer, Campbell got off to its first strong start of the season, grabbing a 2-0 lead just four minutes into the game. They took this same score into the second half, and Andrew Picard made several big saves to keep Raymond off the scoreboard before the Cougars added four more second-half goals. Picard finished the game with seven saves and picked up his first shutout of the season. Jacob Giordani finished the game with two goals and an assist. Ben Billings, Sean Barry, and Conor Douglas each finished with a goal and an assist. John Paul Galvez, Nick Perault, and Jared Saunders picked up points as well. The boys’ varsity soccer team cruised to a 4-1 victory over Raymond High School. Matt Latsha led the Cougar attack, scoring two goals. Ian Hutchinson and Niklas Wichmann each added single tallies, while Justin Prindle and Tyler Guarino each had assists. Alex Puchalski anchored the Campbell defense that limited Raymond to just two shots in the game. The team improves to 3-3 on the season. Coach Cawley could not


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received the silver medal at Ridgewood Country Club. Andrew Lepine medaled for the second time this year, shooting a low score of 40. Rounding out the team were Kevin Gallagher with a 47, David Kapelson with a 51, John Aniskovich with a 52, Mike White with a 56 and Sam Mahoney with a 68, who competed in his first varsity golf match. The girls’ varsity volleyball team lost to Portsmouth Christian Academy, 3-1, but with good effort from Haley Bowen, Erin Mclaughlin, Laura Whittick, and Meg Sweeney. Girls’ JV volleyball won against Portsmouth Christian 25-22, 25-17, and 15-11. Lauren Garand had a few good runs with her serve. Alex Bonneau and Rebecca Landreau both had a good

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game all around. The girls’ varsity soccer team won their seventh game, beating a very fast and physical Derryfield team. The game went back and forth for most of the first half, ending with a 2-2 tie. In the second half, Campbell was able to find the back of the net five times to Derryfield’s one. Scoring for Campbell were Shawna Trunca and Olivia Planty, each with three goals, and Casey Mellen with one. Playing well for Campbell was goalkeeper Hayden Leith, and backs Courtney Gannon, Jessica Belzil, Shannon Savard, and Ashley Gannon. September 14 The boys’ varsity soccer team lost to Pelham,

4-2. Ian Hutchinson and Andrew Schibly each scored goals. Niklas Wichmann played well in the midfield. The loss drops the team record to 2-3 on the season. The boys’ JV soccer team finally hit the back of the net in this game and hoped to put that behind them and focus on an 80-minute effort. Despite the score, Andrew Picard played a great game in goal and picked up eight saves. Ben Billings put in another huge effort in midfield. Jacob Giordani and Nick Perault got the goals, while Nick Gagne picked up an assist. The Cougars hope to build off the last 10 minutes of this game and roll right into their upcoming games. The girls’ varsity soccer team continues to meet with success, beating a feisty Pelham squad 5-1. Forwards Shawna Trunca and Olivia Planty, the team’s two leading scorers, each posted two goals. Trunca’s goals came at 8:03 and 28:09 of the first half, while Planty’s goals came at 15:59 and 34:46 of the first half. Capping off the Cougar scoring was co-captain Shannon Savard, at 32:31 of the first half, assisted by Planty. The only goal of the second half was scored by K. Soares of Pelham (8:11). The win was a great one because the entire team was able to play and contribute, with the starters sitting out the second half of the game. The boys’ cross-country team ran a close race with Monadnock, Conant, and Raymond. They were able to keep ahead of Raymond throughout the race, and they missed second place by only seven points. The girls’ cross-country team held their first home meet and won! Marissa Framarini held the lead throughout the race and has a new PR. Michelle Pomerleau came in second, also with a new PR. Ali Framarini and Christina Lepore also scored for the team. Great job, girls!

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