12 - October 1, 2010
Pelham~Windham News Pelham~Windham News
their record to 4-4-2 on the season. Windham first earned a 3-0 victory at Sanborn last Saturday and then outscored Bishop Brady, 4-1, at home this past Tuesday. Windham got out to an early lead against Sanborn and then let its defense do the rest. In the first half, Casey Coupe netted his first goal of the season off an assist from Chris Ulbrich. Ulbrich then added a goal from Mike Sheahan later on in the half and Windham maintained a 2-0 lead at the break.
In the second half, an outstanding
Alex Whitehead beats the Bishop Brady defense on his way to the net for his second goal of the game
by Chris White The Windham Jaguars took a pair of victories last week as they improved
save by Andrew Pesci quickly turned into a counter attack and ended in a second goal by Coupe from Ulbrich. Pesci’s save was the key moment of the match, as it not only preserved Windham’s two-goal advantage, but also gave the Jags the opportunity to extend their lead as well. It was the third shutout in the last four games
Pelham Travel Soccer Hangs Tough in Week Three
submitted by David Beaudette The weather was beautiful again this weekend as the Pelham Soccer Club had their third round of action. Game summaries are as follows: Pelham’s U14 travel soccer team moved to 3-0 on the young season with a convincing 9-1 win over the NH Phantoms Football Club this past Sunday. Eric Guinasso had a huge offensive game, pocketing five goals. Other scorers included Joe Costa, Tim Trudel, Sam Holdsworth (first career goal), and Cam Holdsworth. Dishing out assists were Aidan Walsh (2), Brooke Paradis, Shannon Walsh, Josh Clark, Kellan Brouder, and Costa. After keeper Brian Gettings allowed one goal in the first half, goalies Eric Rossi and Bailey Custeau combined for the shutout in the second half. The Pythons return to action on Saturday, October 2, at 3:15 p.m. at Raymond Park when the “Battle of the Unbeatens” takes place vs. Hampstead Soccer Club. The U12 Pumas lost their battle against
John Stark United (JSU) in Henniker with a 3-0 heartbreaker. Their first half was a well-fought period where they kept up with JSU and only gave up one goal. Amira Eid stepped into the
goal for the first time this season and played very well. Midfielder Courtney Kirsch looked very comfortable back in her usual fullback position. She did a great job clearing anything that entered into Pelham’s defensive end. On the offensive side, Pelham’s Emily Hayes got a number of shots on net that JSU’s goaltending just got in front of. The young Pelham Pumas are off to a slow start, but are making tremendous strides each week. Their first win is right around the corner. The U11 Boys’ team lost on Saturday in a hard-fought game against a very strong and physical Henniker team. Goals were scored by Victor Palazzolo and Zach DeBay. Everyone played hard and contributed in
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the warm conditions. On Sunday, they turned things around by beating Windham. Goals were scored by AJ Caggianelli, Joe Moore, and Deven DeBay. Matt Diprizo, Eric Hardy, and Liam O’Connell kept the defense strong. Joe Moore and Joe Carney were key in the win, playing both offense and defense, while Jack Drolet and Max Odryna again contributed to the team’s win. Ian Morgenstern and Aiden Donaghey shared duty in goal and played hard in the field. Zach DeBay, who was tireless running the middle of the field on Saturday, contributed on offense and defense in the win on Sunday. The U11 boys have a rematch against Henniker this Sunday at 4:30 p.m. at the new Pelham soccer 8v8 fields, which promises to be a great game. Catch the Pumas this
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for Pesci, who made five saves in the winning effort. Alex Whitehead also turned in a solid performance during the game.
Against Bishop Brady, the Jaguars had to battle some rainy weather conditions, as well as their opponent. Whitehead started off the scoring early with a powerful header off a corner kick from Coupe. Later in the first half, Whitehead added another goal, where he received a throw in and beat multiple defenders to kick one past the Brady goalkeeper into the back of the net. Brady would answer with a goal of its own to make it 2-1 at the half. In the second half, Dan Warner got his first goal off an assist from Andrew Lowman. Coupe then provided an insurance goal later on as he kicked home a loose ball in front of the net, and Windham ran away with a three- goal victory.
Windham Boys’ Soccer Takes Two Wins
Windham’s Dan Warner controls the ball against Bishop Brady Windham Volleyball Falls Twice to Hanover
by Chris White The Windham volleyball team played a home-and-home series with Hanover last week, but ended up falling twice to the Marauders. On Friday, the Jaguars lost in three games by scores of 25-22, 25-11, and 25-13 on the road. On Monday, the Jags returned to their home floor, but lost in three games again by the scores of 25-22, 25-13, and 25-17. Windham’s offense was paced by six kills apiece from Kerry White and Alex Boucher in the first of the two contests. White also played some solid defense with three blocks, while Boucher had 12 digs as well. Meanwhile, Meg Gosselin (four kills) and Cristy Theriault (three kills) added to the Windham offense up front. Tess Powell led the Jags in digs with
14, while Melissa Cino led in assists with eight. Maureen Wheeler also made significant contributions with five assists and five digs. Back at home in the second game, White led the team with nine kills and three blocks, while Tess Powell accounted for 14 digs once again. Boucher also contributed seven kills as Theriault and Gosselin provided three kills each. Gosselin also registered two aces in the loss. After the two games, Windham’s record now stands at 2-5. The team won its first two games of the season and has not won since. After games against ConVal and Somersworth this past week, the Jags will look to pick up a victory in their next home game against Bedford on Monday.
At right, Jaguar middle hitter Kerry White sends the ball through the Hanover defense
Pelham Football Falls in Home Opener
by Chris White The only Pelham athletic team not in action at
Windham last weekend was the Python football team. The Pythons were holding their home opener on Friday night against Bedford. The visiting Bulldogs would defeat Pelham 48-0, dropping Pelham’s record to 0-2 on the season. Bedford completed its first drive of the game
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with a short touchdown run, and it would be all Bulldogs from there. Bedford would lead 28-0 at the end of the first quarter, and 42-0 at halftime. It has been a tough first two games for Pelham, as this is the team’s first season competing up Division 3. Normally accustomed to competing in Division 5, the team has also been plagued with injuries to some of its key performers, such as Kevin Cheam, Matt Giordano, and Joe Perrone. Seniors Tim Schaffer and Warren Greenhalgh have been providing leadership for the team in the meantime. Pelham will face a couple more tough opponents on the road in the next couple of weeks. The Pythons will take on Portsmouth tonight and then compete against Hollis- Brookline next Saturday. They will host their homecoming game on Saturday, October 9, against Goffstown at 6 p.m.
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