18 - September 24, 2010
Hudson~Litchfield News Campbell Volleyball Wins Two Straight
by Chris White The Campbell volleyball team grabbed its second win in a row when it defeated Franklin in three games this past Monday. The individual game scores were 25-17, 25-18, and 25-10 all in favor of Campbell, as the Cougars upped their record to 2-2 overall.
Up front, Meg Sweeney tallied 11 kills to lead the Cougars, while Haley Bowen turned in a solid performance with nine kills and four blocks. Sam
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Radcliffe, meanwhile, ran the offense well and dished out 19 assists. Campbell also faced Trinity in Manchester the previous Friday and won in five games. Campbell managed to win the second, third, and fifth games by scores of 25-17, 25-16, and 15-8, respectively, as Trinity took the first and fourth games 25-16 and 25-15. Bowen registered 13 kills and eight service points, while Radcliffe handed out 18 assists. Laura Whittick also had a productive game as she recorded 13 service points, four of which were aces. After playing at Raymond this past Wednesday, Campbell will look forward to hosting Fall Mountain on Monday and Trinity on Wednesday.
Middle hitter Haley Bowen deflects the ball to Franklin’s side of the floor
Campbell’s Jayla Brennen taps the ball over the net for the kill
by Sue LaRoche The Alvirne golf team dropped to 1-9 on the season as they suffered losses to Winnacunnet (210), Londonderry (211), Concord (207), Pinkerton (223), and Timberlane (224) in last week’s matches. The Broncos shot a 217 on Tuesday and a 232 on Wednesday. Senior Will Livingston was medallist for the day on September 9 by shooting a 38, and was tied for second on September 8 with a 39. In Tuesday’s match, Livingston was the low scorer for the Broncos with 39, with Mike Moulton shooting a 43, Dan Kingsley with a 44, Mike Sirvydas with a 45, Matt Burris with a 46, Pat Nager and Tyler Livingston with 47s, and CJ Destramp with a 56.
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Timberlane, Will Livingston shot a 38, followed by Destramp with a 47, Burris with a 48, Sirvydas with a 49; Nager, Tyler Livingston, and Kingsley with 50s; and Moulton with a 54. Tuesday, September 14, was a bit better for the Broncos as they split their match, defeating Nashua North, but losing to Bishop Guertin. BG shot 212, while the Broncos shot 230 and North shot 233. Once again, Will Livingston was the low scorer for Alvirne, shooting a 41 on the day. Kingsley, Moulton, and Destramp shot 47s, and Sirvydas and Tyler Livingston shot 48s. Rounding out the scores for the Broncos were Burris (53) and Nager (54). The Broncos are now 2-10 for the season.
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by Sue LaRoche The Lady Broncos played like a well-oiled machine against the Tomahawks of Merrimack on Thursday, September 16, handing them a 4-1 defeat. Senior Amanda Roberts scored twice for the Broncos, once in the first half and again in the second half. Alvirne went down 1-0 early in the game, but scored their first goal at the 25:09 mark when Nicole Godschall blasted a shot past the Merrimack goalie on a pass from Taylor Troy. Amanda Roberts had a breakaway goal at 20:44 to give the Broncos the lead, which they would not relinquish.
In the second half, Kaela Craven headed the ball into the back of the net off of a Troy corner kick. Amanda Roberts then added the frosting on the cake with her second goal of the game from a Laura Boucher pass. Katelyn Fortier had 11 saves on the day.
On Tuesday, September 21, Alvirne hosted Bishop Guertin (BG) and fought to a 2-2 tie. BG struck first in the middle of the first half, but with 4:17 remaining, Tori LaRoche fed Amanda Roberts for the game-tying goal. BG scored again with 14:15 remaining in the game when they put away a rebound off a direct kick. Once again with under two minutes remaining in the game, Troy hit the top-right corner of the goal with an amazing shot from 30 yards out on a layoff pass from Amanda Roberts. The defense stood strong in this game, as they were playing two men down due to injuries, but Emily Gosselin, Jess Roberts, Craven, Katie Gillum, and Alicia Gillis were up to the task. “We need to be aggressive throughout the entire game,” commented Coach Lance McAdam, who was pleased with his team’s efforts in the latter stages of the game. “Our defense stood tall today,” he said. Fortier had a key save late in the second overtime to preserve the tie. Alvirne now sports a record of 3-2-2 and will host Exeter on Tuesday, September 28, and Winnacunnet on Friday, October 1.
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by Sue LaRoche Football The Broncos could not come up with a victory when
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they traveled to Merrimack to take on the Tomahawks and lost 28-13. The Broncos allowed four long touchdown runs in the game. Alvirne did have a lead for a short period of time in the second quarter when Jon Baldwin ran in for a touchdown and Tony Beaulieu tacked on the extra point for a slim, 7-6 lead. It was short-lived, however, as Merrimack scored shortly after and grabbed a 13-7 lead. Beaulieu scored the only other touchdown of the game. The Broncos are 0-3 overall, 0-2 in Division 2, and will host Timberlane on Friday, September 24. Golf The Broncos (209) managed a split in their match last Wednesday when they defeated Nashua South (210), but lost to Winnacunnet (200). Once again, senior
Will Livingston posted the low score for Alvirne with a 40. He was followed by his brother Tyler Livingston and Matt Burris, who both shot 41s. The trio of Dan Kinsgley, Mike Sirvydas, and Pat Nager shot 44s. CJ Destramp shot 47 and Mike Moulton shot a round of 50. On Tuesday, September 20, the Broncos had their first
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