10 - January 28, 2011
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Lady Broncos Silence the Owls Kathryn Donovan plays aggressively in the paint for two
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by Sue LaRoche The Alvirne Lady Broncos improved their record to 7-2 in NHIAA Division 1 girls’ basketball (11-2 overall) as they defeated the Timberlane Owls 48-43 on Thursday, January 20, at the Steckevicz Gymnasium. In this see-saw battle, the Broncos played well, but could not put the Owls away until the fourth quarter. Alvirne led 9-8 at the end of the first quarter, went down 18-15 at the half, and were down by two points, 30-28, at the end of the third quarter, but managed to outscore Timberlane in the fourth quarter, 20-13, to claim the victory. DJ Purcell got hot just in the nick of time, scoring 12 of her 18 points in the final stanza to lift the Broncos to victory. With just under three minutes remaining in the contest, Purcell scored a basket to give Alvirne a 40-39 lead, which they would not relinquish for the remainder of the game. Taylor Carbone added two points to the lead with 2:30 to go, making the score 42-39. The Owls would not go away quietly, however, and closed the gap to 42-41 with about a minute to go. Katie Donovan, who also had a monster game, scored a basket with 40 seconds to play, giving Alvirne a 44-41 lead. Veronica Moceri stepped to the line with 14 seconds remaining and calmly hit both ends of a 1 and 1 to lift Alvirne’s lead to 46-41. Purcell finished the scoring for Alvirne with another basket, making the final score of 48-43. Donovan led the Broncos with 22 points, four rebounds, three blocked shots, and one steal, followed by Purcell with 18 points, five rebounds, two assists, and four steals. The junior varsity squad was
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Sandra Purcell gets tripped up splitting the defenders on a shot in the first half of Tursday’s game
Veronica Moceri hands off a contested ball under the hoop
not as fortunate, losing to Timberlane in the final minute of the game. Brittney Lambert led Alvirne with 13 points and Stephanie Tsouprakis added 12 points.
Alvirne will host Keene on Friday, January 28, and Salem on February 4.
Boys Compete at Winter Carnival Invitational
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Boys’ Competitive Team competed in the 2011 Winter Carnival held in Brentwood. Over 100 gymnasts from eight different teams competed in this annual event. Many top-place individual awards were taken home by our gymnasts in all Levels. Team awards were as follows: Level 4 and 6 both took home a third-place Team Banner. Level 5 took home a fourth-place Team Banner, and finishing up was Levels 7 and 8 taking home the sixth-place Team Banner. Coaches, parents, family, and friends are very proud of all the gymnasts’ hard work and dedication. Area boys’ scores as follows: Level 4 Snowflakes: Jacob Perron of Litchfield placed fourth with an All-Around score of 83.200. He received a 13.9 on floor (third), 10.4 on pommel (third), 15.0 on rings (first), 14.9 on vault (fourth, tie), 14.6 on parallel bars (second), and 14.4 on high bars (second). Level 5 Penguins: Cameron Rogers of Windham placed third with an All-Around score of 87.300. He received a 14.4 on floor (second, tie), 14.6 on pommel (second), 14.3 on rings (third, tie), 14.9 on vault (first), 14.5 on parallel bars (third), and 14.6 on high bars (fourth). Level 5 Polar Bear: JP Wallace of Windham placed fourth
with an All-Around score of 86.400. He received a 14.0 on floor (fourth), 14.3 on pommel (third), 14.2 on rings (fourth), 14.6 on vault (third), 14.4 on parallel bars (fourth), and 14.9 on high bar (third, tie). Charlie Katin of Pelham placed seventh with an All-Around score of 81.300. He received a 12.9 on floor (eighth, tie), 13.6 on pommel (sixth, tie), 13.0 on rings (ninth), 15.0 on vault (first, tie), 13.4 on parallel bars (ninth), and 13.7 on high bars (seventh). Level 6 Penguin: Cole March of Hudson placed third with
an All-Around score of 78.700. He received a 14.8 on floor (first), 11.4 on pommel (fourth), 10.8 on rings (sixth), 14.6 on vault (third, tie), 12.7 on parallel bars (third), and 14.4 on high bars (first). Ian Christiansen of Hudson placed fourth with an All-Around score of 78.600. He received a 13.6 on floor (fifth), 11.1 on pommel (fifth), 11.7 on rings (third), 14.1 on vault (16th), 13.8 on parallel bars (second), and 14.3 on high bars (second). Jacob Dorman of Pelham placed seventh with an All-Around score of 74.000. He received a 12.0 on floor (sixth), 11.0 on pommel (sixth, tie), 11.0 on rings (24th), 14.1 on vault (16th, tie), 12.0 on parallel bars (fifth), and 13.9 on high bars (16th, tie). Level 6 Snowflakes: Cameron Genoter of Pelham placed fifth with an All-Around score of 72.800. He received a 11.8 on floor (sixth, tie), 12.0 on pommel (third), 10.1 on rings
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(fifth, tie), 14.2 on vault (sixth), 13.1 on parallel bars (fifth), and 13.1 on high bars (fifth). Level 7 Polar Bear: Colton Rice of Hudson placed ninth with an All-Around score of 62.800. He received a 11.5 on floor (fifth), 8.2 on pommel (fifth), 11.6 on rings (fifth), 13.6 on vault (fourth), 8.7 on parallel bars (fifth), and 9.2 on high bars (fifth). Level 8 Polar Bear: Cody Rice of Hudson placed third with an All- Around score of 59.200. He received a 11.8 on floor (eighth), 7.5 on pommel (third), 10.1 on rings (second), 12.1 on vault (second), 8.7 on parallel bars (third), and 9.0 on high bars (third). The boys’ competitive teams are coached by Jacob Pitts, Tony Cariello, Barry Roger, and Jodi Turner.
Hudson Penguins Seventh Grade All-Stars Win Championship
submitted by Lynne Juliano The Hudson seventh grade girls’ Penguins All-Star team participated in the Hudson Recreational 34th Annual Invitational tournament. The team went undefeated, beating Lowell (MA) in the final game to claim the championship. Once again, the team spirit, energy, determination, sportsmanship, and fine-tuned play led by the talented coaching staff made the difference.
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