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16 - October 15, 2010

Pelham~Windham News Pelham~Windham News

by Chris White The Pelham Pythons and Windham Jaguars met for the second time within a month last Saturday—this time at Pelham’s homecoming. Both athletic programs met back on Saturday, September 18, in Windham for Windham’s inaugural homecoming, where the fall sports teams from each school played each other evenly. There would be more classic battles between these new rivals this time around, as both sides came ready to play and provided a solid afternoon of entertainment for their fans. Girls’ Soccer: Pelham 1, Windham 1 The girls’ soccer game between Pelham

Pelham goalkeeper Gina Grimes reaches out to make the save

and Windham kicked off the varsity contests for the afternoon and the final ended up in a 1-1 tie. Pelham held a 1-0 lead at halftime thanks to a first-half goal by Brianna Diaz, but Windham’s Amanda Schiebel knotted it up in the second half with a goal of her own. Pelham goalkeeper Gina Grimes was outstanding for the Pythons in the defensive battle as she made 28 saves, while Windham goalkeeper Morgin Wheeler also had a solid game with eight saves. After the game, Pelham’s record moved to 2-7-2 and Windham’s record became 1-9-2. Boys’ Soccer: Windham 2, Pelham 1 Windham took an early lead in the boys’ soccer game when Chris Ulbrich put in a rebound from Mike Sheahan’s service in the first half. Pelham’s Alec Paradis then notched a goal in the closing seconds before halftime to make it 1-1 at the intermission. In the second half, Windham took the lead again when Anthony Capozzi kicked home a loose ball to the back of the net. The goal gave Windham a 2-1 lead, and the score would stay that way until the end of the match. Windham goalie Andrew Pesci played well as he made nine saves in the victory, while Pelham goalkeeper Brian Finney contributed six saves to the Python effort. The win upped Windham’s record to 5-5-2, as Pelham fell to 7-3-1. Football: Goffstown 13, Pelham 6 The only Pelham team not in action versus

Pelham's Kathryn Mostone taps the ball over the net as

Windham players Leandra Macary (#18) and Meghan Gosselin (#9) try to block her

Windham last Saturday was the Pelham football team. The Pythons hosted Goffstown instead, but lost by the score of 13-6. The Pythons got their only score of the game on kickoff return for a touchdown by Kevin Cheam in the second quarter. Cheam broke for a big return and took it all the way to the end zone for six points. Playing well for Pelham defensively were Warren Greenhalgh (fumble recovery), Tim Schaffer, and Joe Perrone. Field Hockey: Windham 3, Pelham 1 Windham built a 2-1 lead over Pelham

by halftime of the field hockey game. The Jaguars then tacked on an insurance goal in the second half for a 3-1 final. The win pushed Windham’s record to 4-6-2. Laura Veil led Windham in goals with two,

while Ashley Adamson notched one goal and one assist to help the Jags earn the victory on the road. Windham goalie Meaghan Kelly

Pelham, Windham Meet for Round Two at Pelham Homecoming

registered five saves and Pelham goalkeeper Alex Catalano was solid in front of the net as well. Volleyball: Windham 3, Pelham 1 Windham ended up defeating Pelham in four games for volleyball. The game scores were 25-8, 25-12, 25-22, and 27-25, with Windham winning all but the third set. The win for the Jaguars bumped their record up to 5-7, as the Pythons fell to 6-6. Kerry White led Windham in kills with 13

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and Alex Boucher was second on the team with 11 kills. Cristy Theriault also added six kills to the Windham offensive attack. Melissa Cino was a major contributor to the offense with 15 assists and six aces, while Boucher and Tess Powell each recorded four aces. Powell also got it done on defense with 10 digs, as Maureen Wheeler (12 assists) and Delaine Kelly (five assists) were important assets to Windham’s offense as well. For Pelham, Kelsey Kenney led the Pythons in kills with six, while Roxanne Lapierre and Kathryn Mostone had two blocks apiece. Mostone also had four aces as Kenney tallied 13 service points. Broghan Gilligan, meanwhile, led the Pythons with 14 service points and Alex Hall totaled a game-high 57 digs. Boys’ Cross Country: Pelham 15,

Windham 48 The Pelham boys’ cross-country team took a convincing victory over Windham on Pelham High’s 3.1-mile course in the middle of the afternoon on Saturday. The Pythons swept the top five spots to achieve the lowest possible score they could for the meet. Pelham’s Steve Hammar ran an 18:03 to finish first overall in the race. Following Hammar were Jake Wormald (second, 18:20) and Ethan Ely (third, 18:57) for the Pythons. The Jaguars’ top five included William Zeng (sixth, 19:23), Alex Brissette (ninth, 20:32), Kyle Carboneau (10th, 20:44), Travis Sanders (12th, 21:13), and Dan Rubery (13th, 21:15). Girls’ Cross Country: Pelham 29,

Windham 30 The Pelham girls’ cross-country team edged

the Windham girls’ cross-country team on Pelham’s course in a race where there were bright spots for both teams. Windham placed runners in the top two spots, but the Pythons successfully placed more runners in the latter part of the top 10 to lower their overall score. Kate Farrell finished first overall in a time of 20:43 to lead the way for the Jaguars. Rounding out Windham’s top five were Emma Boyd (second, 21:32), Lindsay Maffei (fourth, 22:34), Taylor Darcy (11th, 24:51), and Mary Garside (14th, 26:04). Meanwhile, Pelham’s top runner, Shannen Arsenault, came in at 21:47 for third place overall. Her teammates, Erin Krawczyk and Katie O’Hearn, rounded out Pelham’s top three. Krawczyk placed fifth overall in a time of 23:37, while O’Hearn took sixth overall in a time of 23:51.

Photos by Len Lathrop Kirsten Salois trys to push past a Windham defender

Bobi Hinsman pushes her advantage against Windham

Pelham running back Tim Schaffer takes a hit from a Goffstown defender

Broghan Gilligan dives for the ball before it hits the floor Pelham’s #18 heads the ball away from Windham Brianna Trainor hustles after the ball

Windham’s Sarah Chau heads the ball away from Pelham’s Abigail Campos

Runners work down the stretch

Pelham’s Harley Kierney (#19) moves the ball up field before Windham’s Chris Ulbrich (#13) can break up the play

Pelham stretches for more yards with the game still knotted up

Pelham’s Steve Hammar leads the pack at the boys’ cross-country race

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