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Campbell Boys Close Out Hoops Season


by Marc Ayotte The Campbell boys’ basketball team recently concluded their season with a hard-fought, disappointing playoff loss. In the round of 16 match-up, the number-13 seed Cougars went up against 15-2 White Mountains (WM) High School. Coming off a sub-par regular season, the valiant effort by the Cougars ultimately fell short as the four Spartans held off the red and white for a 64-56 first-round win. Campbell stayed with the heavily favored WM squad through three quarters of play. Josh Morgan’s personal road show of 25 points, which included six three-pointers (a new school record), was not quite enough to advance the Cougars in the state tournament. One of Morgan’s triples came in the form of a third-quarter buzzer-beater that knotted the score at 50. However, the team from Litchfield couldn’t hold on in the final eight minutes against the team from Whitefield, as the Cougar season ended with the eight-point defeat. Coming into the playoffs, Head Coach Pat Roye’s team was ready: “I thought


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all in all we played our best basketball at the end of they year. I was pleased with our progress during the year,” he noted. “I received contact from coaches saying they did not want to play CHS,” referring to the fear of running into the proverbial buzzsaw in the early rounds of the playoffs. “We were within a minute of going to the quarterfinals, down two or three [points] with the ball,” the head Cougar added. For this past season and the final game in particular, Coach Roye was very complimentary of his players’ efforts. In addition, the coach, in his sixth year at the helm of Campbell boys’ basketball, has high hopes for the future. Since taking over as the head coach, the Cougars are now part of the star-studded Chick-fil-A tournament field held in Nashua during the Christmas break. “The kids are playing against good competition,” noted Coach Roye, alluding to the fact that with such strong competition, his team improves and allows for scenarios where they can compete in tough games, like in the recent WM playoff game. In losing all his starters


to graduation except for Morgan, Coach Roye admitted he was faced with an enormous challenge, but he also said that “we have a real nice group of young kids— a lot of potential in [our] younger classes.” Specifically, he recalled the efforts of two sophomores and a junior in the playoff game at WM: “Our young kids stood up very well. Max Gouveia, Nick Freson, and Jacob Morgan played very well in a hostile environment, playoff atmosphere.” By scheduling the likes of Pelham High


School and Bow High School and playing Conant twice during the regular season, the Cougars played one of their toughest schedules in years. In doing so, Coach Roye feels that it only makes his team better and gives hope for next season. With a class-act coach to head up a top- notch program, one can be confident that the Cougars will rebound from an uncharacteristically “off” year to regain prominence once again in Division III boys’ basketball.


Gymnasts Compete in Friendship Classic


submitted by Sandie Gentile, NEGTC New England Gymnastics Training Center of Hudson Levels 4 and 5 competed in the Friendship Classic in Bow on February 27. Many individual top-place medals and trophies were taken home by our gymnasts, and NEGTC 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. Area girls’ scores follow by Levels and Age:


Level 4, Trust:


Emilia Brenner of Litchfield placed 13th in the all-around with a score of 14.350. She received a 6.15 on bars (11th) and 8.2 on beam (fourth). Level 4, Loyalty: Jenna Tracey of Litchfield placed seventh in the all-around with a score of 33.600. She received an 8.4 on vault (11th), 8.8 on bars (first), 8.0 on beam (seventh), and 8.4 on floor (fifth). Chloe Catino of Windham placed ninth in the all-around with a score of 33.000. She received an 8.6 on vault (ninth), 8.7 on bars (second, tie), 7.4 on beam (10th), and 8.3 on floor (seventh). Level 4, Laughter: Isabella Bruno of Litchfield placed fifth in the all-around with a score of 35.150. She received a 9.575 on vault (first), 8.075 on bars (eighth, tie), 8.5 on beam (fourth, tie), and 9.0 on floor (fourth). Level 4, Love:


Rebecca Genoter of Pelham placed first in the all-around with a score of 35.650. She received an 8.75 on vault (sixth, tie), 9.3 on bars (first), 8.95 on beam (first), and 8.65 on floor (first). Level 4, Kindness: Rachael Lavalle of Pelham placed second in the all-around with a score of 36.050. She received a 9.05 on vault (fourth), 9.35 on


bars (first), 8.8 on beam (second, tie), and 8.85 on floor (third). Holli Cloutier of Litchfield placed seventh in the all-around with a score of 34.150. She received an 8.5 on vault (11th), 8.5 on bars (seventh), 8.4 on beam (fifth, tie), and 8.75 on floor (fourth). Level 5, 7-8 Age Division:


Lillia Szewczyk of Hudson placed fourth in the all-around with a score of 33.850. She received an 8.7 on vault (first), 8.55 on bars (third), 8.0 on beam (eighth), and 8.6 on floor (fourth). Level 6, 9-10 Age Division: Kamryn Ford of Litchfield placed first in the all-around with a score of 35.850. She received a 9.15 on vault (first), 9.2 on bars (first, tie), 8.7 on beam (sixth, tie), and 8.8 on floor (first). Skyler Bomba of Hudson placed second in the all-around with a score of 35.825. She received an 8.85 on vault (sixth), 8.9 on bars (second), 9.35 on beam (first), and 8.725 on floor (second). Jesse Carter of Litchfield placed fourth in the all-around with a score of 34.650. She received an 8.9 on vault (fourth), 8.5 on bars (third), 9.2 on beam (second), and 8.05 on floor (seventh).


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In the first home ice tourney play in Alvirne Hockey history since 2006, the Broncos defeated Kearsage, 5-0. The Kearsage Cougars were ranked seventh in NHIAA Division II,


while the Broncos, weighted number two, played a scoreless first period, with Alvirne outshooting the Cougars 12-3. Bronco Coach Brian Gould could be heard from the bench instructing his men to “keep it low,” as “he [Kearsage goalie Chris Galluzzo] is seeing everything.” Maybe the players heard that and came out for the second period shooting and, within 1:18 seconds, put a loose puck into the net. Forty- seven seconds later, Jared McCauley made it 2-0. And in the third period, the Broncos had goals by Ben Dutil and Cam Brock to post the 5-0 victory. As the Hudson~Litchfield News goes to press on Wednesday, the Broncos will battle in NHIAA semifinals at the Everett Arena vs. Kennett.


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