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by Chris White


Not only did the Campbell girls’ soccer team win a Division 3 state title in 2010, they also completed an undefeated season—the best in the program’s history. The Cougars achieved a perfect overall mark of 18-0 for the year. What inspired such perfection? The inspiration


may be able to be traced back to well before the 2010 season even started. Part of it can be traced


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“Right from day one this season, the girls said


what happened last year wasn’t going to happen again this year,” Campbell coach Bob Gannon said. “Finishing this season the way we did was the icing on the cake.” The other part of it was the Cougars’ ability to


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had its first meet of the Fall and Winter Season on October 15 with a dual meet against the Manchester Swim Team (MST) at Southern New Hampshire University. Nearly every RAYS swimmer received one or more personal bests for short-course meter (SCM) races at this meet, and most got personal bests for all their races! For many, this was their first meet competing for the RAYS. Scoring in individual events were the following Windham and Salem RAYS swimmers by age and gender: 8 and U Girls: Abby Cavers (Windham), third in 25 Free,


third in 25 Back; Amy Prendergast (Windham), second in 100 IM, second in 25 Fly; Alex Perkins (Windham), second in 25 Back. 8 and U Boys: Bradley Valo (Windham), first in 25 Free, first in 50 Free. 9-10 Girls:


Sasha McNeal (Salem), second in 50 Free, third in 100 Free; Emily Marsolf (Windham), second in 100 IM, first in 50 Breast; Hannah Pickett (Windham), first in 50 Back; Mikayla Linquist (Windham), third in 50 Back. 9-10 Boys: Mikey Cavers (Windham), first in 50 Free; Jack Perkins (Windham), second in 50 Free,


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Free, first in 100 Back, second in 400 Free; Emily Matsco (Windham), first in 50 Free, first in 200 IM, second in 100 Breast; Allison Fitzgerald (Salem), second in 50 Free; Lauren Clemons (Windham), second in 200 Free, first in 100 Free. 15-plus Girls: Julia Bushell (Windham), first in 200 Free, first in 100 Back, first in 400 Free; Angela Bleeker (Windham), second in 400 Free.


Placing first in the relays were the following teams by age:


8 and Under Girls’ 100-Meter Medley Relay: Abby Cavers and Amy Prendergast (Windham), Emi Caprioglio (Litchfield), Laura Braddick.


8 and Under Boys’ 100 Medley Relay: David Frazier, Bradley Valo


(Windham), Ryan Golabiewski, Owen Caprioglio (Litchfield). 8 and Under Boys’ 100 Free Relay: O. Caprioglio (Litchfield),


D. Frazier, R. Golabiewski, B. Valo (Windham). 9-10 Boys’ 200 Free Relay: Hunter Angione, Mikey


Cavers (Windham), Hunter Hazard, Jack Perkins (Windham).


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all the way back to the 2009 state final, where the Cougars were dropped by Fall Mountain in double overtime.


submitted by Sandie Gentile New England Gymnastics Training Center of Hudson competed in the second State Sectional in Dover on Sunday, November 21. Our Levels 4, 5, and 6 competed at this meet. Each gymnast needed to receive a combined score of 33.00 or higher from all four events to compete in the upcoming Winter State Meet in December. Area girls’ scores: Level 4, 6-8 age division: Isabella Bruno of Litchfield finished with


an all-around score of 33.225. She received a 9.15 on vault (second, tie), 7.35 on bars, 8.275 on beam, and 8.45 on floor. Level 4, 9-10 age division: Rachael Lavalle of Pelham placed first all-around with a score of 35.675. She received an 8.8 on vault, 9.15 on bars (first), 8.775 (first) on beam, and 8.95 on floor (fourth). Rebecca Genotoer of Pelham finished with an all-around score of 32.400. She received a 9.075 on vault (second), 8.25 on bars, 7.95 on beam (fourth), and 7.125 on floor. Level 5, 7-8 age division: Lillia Szewczyk of Hudson placed second in the all-around with a score of 32.575. She received a 7.925 on vault (third), 7.6 on bars (third), 8.3 on beam (first), and 8.7 on floor (third). Level 6, 9-10 age division: Jesse Carter of Litchfield finished with an all-around score of 34.550. She received 8.2 on vault (fourth), 8.2 on bars (fourth), 9.175 on beam, and 8.575 on floor. Kamryn Ford of Litchfield finished with an all-around score of 34.100. She received an 8.4 on vault, 8.55 on bars, 8.6 on beam (second), and 8.55 on floor. Skyler Bomba of Hudson finished with an all-around


Campbell’s Recipe for Perfection


overcome some trying challenges just to make it back to the championship game again. On paper, the Cougars’ unbeaten record made it look like they blew away their competition this season. But there were times when the Cougars were tested and came through in a big way. “We had a bulls-eye on our back,” Gannon explained. “With each win we got, that bulls-eye grew bigger.”


Campbell almost suffered its first defeat to Bow at home during the regular season, but managed to edge the Falcons 2-1. Then, after 12 days off from their final regular season game to their first playoff game, the Cougars came out flat at home versus Kearsarge and fell behind for the first time all season. The Cougars trailed by one goal at the half.


It was at halftime that senior Jordan Billings spoke up and pointed out that the Cougars were overconfident coming into the game. The team responded by taking the lead in the second half and going on to take a 3-2 victory. Billings was part of a strong senior class


that was headed by captains Shawna Trunca, Courtney Gannon, and Shannon Savard. The seniors provided great leadership, but it was the entire team that was able to respond positively in difficult situations.


Gymnasts Compete in Second State Sectional


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Top row: Meghan Veino, Tristen Witkowski, Jesse Carter, Skyler Bomba,


Lillia Szewczyk, Kamryn Ford. Bottom row: Isabella Bruno, Rebecca Genoter, Vivi Le Taovy, Rachael Lavalle, Seana Kelly, Brooke Williams


score of 32.575. She received an 8.5 on vault, 7.55 on bars, 7.775 on beam, and 8.75 on floor. The NEGTC teams are coached by Tim Madore (owner) Melanie Streeter, Catie Javis, Sherry Harper, and Kim Benoit.


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