14 - October 8, 2010
Hudson~Litchfield News Campbell High School Sports Roundup
submitted by Dale Arria October 4
JV Cougar football had a tough game loss to Hudson~Litchfield News
Kearsarge 36-6. Quarterback Christian McKenna had a good showing, completing four of seven passes, including a TD pass to Jordan Lang. Brendon O’Brian and Sam Harvey led the way with five tackles each. Trevor Douquette and David Burke both recovered fumbles, and Vinny Bucci had a QB sack. October 2
Andrew Lepine and David Kapelson competed for the State Golf Title at The Owl’s Nest in Campton. The scenic view of the course and its surroundings were the best in New Hampshire.
The course was extremely difficult. Both golfers should be commended for their efforts. Lepine played very well, shooting a score of 85 for 18 holes. He just missed the top-ten medalist position. Once again, congrats to both golfers on a great season. September 29 The boys’ varsity soccer team lost to Bow High
School, 3-0. Tyler Germond had a great game in goal, stopping 17 shots, but the Campbell defense couldn’t contain Bow’s attack. The team record falls to 4-6 with the loss. Boys’ JV soccer was absolutely dominated by
Bow, 11-3. Ben Billings had two goals and Sean Barry had two assists.
Gymnasts Compete in First Meet of Season
submitted by Sandie Gentile New England Gymnastics Training Center (NEGTC) of Hudson’s Levels 4, 6, and Prep-op competed in their home gym on Friday night, October 1, in their first qualifying meet. The gymnasts needed to achieve an All Around score of 31.00 or higher, which allows them to compete in the upcoming State Sectional No. 1 in two weeks at NEGTC. Many gymnasts were competing for the first time and got to perform in front of a crowd for the first time. Coaches, parents, family, and friends are all proud of the gymnasts’ hard work and dedication that is required to be safe and successful in this sport. Hope you all have a great season! Girls’ scores as follows by Levels and age:
Level 4, 6-8 age division: Chloe Catino of Windham placed third All Around with a score of 11.600. She received a 6.0 on beam (third) and 5.6 on floor (third). Level 4, 9-10 age division: Rachael Lavalle of Pelham placed first All Around with a score of 33.800. She received an 8.8 on vault (second, tie), 8.5 on bars (first), 8.1 on beam (first), and 8.4 on floor (second). Rebecca Genotoer of Windham placed fourth All Around with a score of 29.300. She received an 8.7 on vault (third), 7.4 on bars (fourth), 5.9 on beam (fourth), and 7.3 on floor (fourth). Level 6, 9-10 age division: Kamryn Ford of Litchfield placed first All Around with a score of 32.400. She received an 8.6 on vault (second), 8.4 on bars (first), 7.6 on beam (second), and 7.8 on floor (second). Skyler Bomba of Hudson placed third All Around with a score of 31.300. She received a 8.3 on vault (third), 8.1 on bars (second), 7.2 on beam (third), and 7.7 on floor (third). Jesse Carter of Litchfield placed fourth All Around with a score of 28.800. She received a 7.8 on vault (fourth), 7.3 on bars (fourth), 8.0 on beam (first), and 5.7 on floor (fourth). Prep-op Novice, 7-9 age division: Taylor Jordan of Litchfield placed third All Around with a score of 26.550. She received a 9.3 on vault (first), 8.8 on bars (third), and 8.45 on beam (second). Prep-op Novice, 10-12 age division: Marissa Carignan of Litchfield placed third All Around with a
score of 26.100. She received a 9.05 on vault (first), 9.2 on bars (first), and 7.9 on beam (third). Melissa Pedersen of Litchfield placed second All Around with a score of 35.450. She received a 9.1 on vault (second), 8.35 on bars (second), 9.1 on beam (first), and 8.9 on floor (third). Kellianne Connolly of Hudson placed third All Around with a score of 8.3. She received an 8.3 on Prep-op. Advanced, 11-14 age division: Megan Lacasse of Litchfield placed first All Around with a
score of 36.825. She received a 9.3 on vault (first), 8.85 on bars (third), 9.45 on beam (first), and 9.225 on floor (second). Dominique Gentile of Hudson placed second All Around with a score of 36.800. She received a 9.15 on vault (second), 9.55 on bars (first), 8.55 on beam (third), and 9.55 on floor (first). Alex Teuber of Salem placed fourth All Around with a score of 34.200. She received an 8.65 on vault (fourth), 8.5 on bars (fourth), 8.4 on beam (fourth), and 8.65 on floor (fourth). The NEGTC teams are coached by Tim Madore (owner), Melanie Streeter, Catie Javis, Sherry Harper, Katie Osgood, and Kim Benoit. The Prep-Op coaches are Jessica Clark, Justine Turner, Kim Benoit, and Corinne Martin.
Jared Saunders had six saves.
September 28 The Campbell Cougars won their 10th straight game, beating the Hopkinton Hawks by a score of 3-0. Hopkinton was pumped up and ready to play, giving the Cougars all they could handle. The score remained tied until 34:08 of the first half, when Shawna Trunca (17th goal) scored off an assist from Olivia Planty. It wasn’t until 26:04 of the second half, when Campbell’s Sydney Crema (fourth goal) scored an unassisted goal, followed by Planty (13th goal) at 31:57. Keeper Hayden Leith recorded her fourth shutout of the season, making 17 saves. The girls’ JV soccer team hung on tight to win in Hopkinton, 2-1. Kelsey Latsha and Erica
Those with Perfect Attendance Get to Break Boards
Guilbeault had tallies for the Cougars, while Carol Wade, Stephanie Labatt, and Bea Pouliot played an excellent, all-around game. September 27
Cougar JV football took home the first win, defeating Bishop Brady 20-6. Josiah Wade led the offense with 105 yards rushing and three TDs. Jordan Lang also rushed for 70 yards on 14 carries. Defensive effort was led by Keenan Walker with two interceptions. Lang and Anthony Decoteau both had one sack. Twelve different players had at least one tackle, with Lang leading the way with five.
In this family picture is mom Kristi; her daughters, Sara (left); and Katie Riendeau (right)
submitted by Granite State American Kenpo Recently, Granite State American Kenpo in Litchfield held its annual Board Breaking event, at which over 500 boards were broken. The board breaking was for all students with perfect attendance during the month of July; if you make it to class, you get to break it. By attending class regularly, students exhibit perseverance and dedication, which, in turn, builds character, self-esteem, and self-confidence. Students have fun with the challenge of breaking boards, and they are given
Aimee Lewis beams with self-confidence after breaking her board!
many attempts until everyone succeeds. The self-esteem the students exude when they have done well is felt by everyone on the floor. Their expressions and even their posture proved that they welcome challenge.
New beginning classes are starting for ages 3 to adult! If you would like more information, call 598-5400 or visit our Website at www. gsakenpo.com
Joey Polewarczyk Wins 48th Annual Milk Bowl At Thunder Road
submitted by Travis Barrett Joey Polewarczyk Jr. of Hudson won the 48th annual People’s United Bank Milk Bowl at Thunder Road International Speedbowl in Barre, VT, on Sunday, October 3. Polewarczyk won the first of three segments en route to a low score of 12 points in the monza-style scored event. It was Polewarczyk’s fifth win of the season in Late Model competition, including the ACT Invitational at New Hampshire
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Gymnasts Begin Season with First-Place Win
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submitted by Anne Boulia Nashua School of Gymnastics started its 2010 meet season with a first-place win. The level 4-6 compulsory gymnasts competed in the Harvest Meet held at Gymnastics at Brentwood Commons on October 3. The scores for the Hudson gymnasts are as follows: Level 5 (ages 9-11): Devon Rosier had an All Around score of 35.50 (first). She scored 8.725 (first) on vault, 8.50 (second) on bars, 8.90 (second) on beam, and 9.375 (first) on floor. Level 6 (ages 9-11): Blake Boulia had an All Around score of 32.975 (third). She scored 8.675 (second) on vault, 7.40 (second) on bars, 8.60 (second) on beam, and 8.30 on floor. NSG Level 4-6 Team took the first-place team award with a total score of 108.75.
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