Hudson - Litchfield News 19 - May 6, 2011
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Broncos Host Track Meet
by Sue LaRoche Both the boys’ and girls’ track teams took one on the chin, losing to Pinkerton 89-55 (girls) and 104-41 (boys) on Tuesday, May 3, at their first of two home meets. For the girls, Kayla Duval placed second in the shot put (29 feet, 4.5 inches), third in the discus (81 feet, 5 inches), and second in the javelin (101 feet, 10.5 inches). Amanda Roberts placed second in both the long jump (15 feet, 3/4 inch) and in the triple jump (32 feet, 1.5 inches). Brittney Lambert tied for first in the high jump (4 feet, 10 inches) and placed third in the triple jump (30 feet, 5 inches). Michelle Filadoro placed first in the 100 hurdles (17.12) and first in the 300-meter hurdles (52.3). Livi Gosselin placed second in the 100 hurdles
AHS 100-meter sprinter Alyson Lavery wins her race with a time of 14:15:10 seconds against her opposing AHS and Pinkerton Academy competitors
vault (7 feet, 6 inches). The Broncos swept the javelin event, with Pat Reidy throwing 151 feet, 4 1/2 inches; Matt Fellows throwing 148 feet, 2 1/4 inches; and Dan Connelly throwing 131 feet, 3 inches. Chris Ambrosino placed
second in the shot put, throwing 37 feet, 3 inches. Dan Connelly and Chris Underwood placed
Sophomore high jumper Kayla Page snaps her right leg to successfully complete her best score of 4 feet, 7 inches
(18.22). Krissy Rowe placed third in the 100-meter dash (13.47) and second in the 400-meter dash (1:07.1). Lydia Lyman placed second in the 1600-meter race (5:43.8). Liz Truesdell placed third in the 400-meter dash (1:09.3). Meghan McCarthy placed second in the 300 hurdles (52.8), while Kendall Brigham placed third in the 200-meter dash (27.9). Erica Notini took first place in the 3200-meter race in 12:30.3. Finally, the 4x100-meter relay team placed first (55.5), and the 4x400-meter relay placed second (4:50.0). For the boys, Luke Mertins placed third in the pole
second and third in the discus—98 feet, 10 inches, and 96 feet, 5 inches, respectively. The Broncos also swept the triple jump, with Phil Skinner jumping 37 feet, 2 inches; PJ Rousseau jumping 36 feet,
and walkers lined up 20 rows deep as they approached the starting line of the Jay O’Halloran Fifth Annual Memorial & Scholarship 3K/5K Walk & Run.
Located on the grounds, walkers
and runners circled the grounds of the Hills House, and then
continued on through the woods of the Hills property as they
their 3K and 5K walk or run.
Luke Mertins goes up and over the 7-foot, 11-inch height by a wide margin of the bar set for his pole vault
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10 1/4 inches; and Keith McCarthy jumping 35 feet, 10 inches. Brandon Rule took third in the long jump with 18 feet, 1/2 inch. Ethan Boucher took second in the 110- meter hurdles (16.77) and the 300 hurdles (43.3). Matt Fellows took third in the 300-meter hurdles (45.3). Aaron Bellomo placed first in the 3200 meters in 10.25.2. Chris Underwood (2:15.4) and Ryan Provencher (23.9) placed third in the 800- meter race and 200-meter race, respectively. The Broncos finished second in both the 4x100 relay (46.9) and the 4x400 relay (3:54.8).
“We would like to remember Jay and his great love for hockey and honor his memory by building the Jay O’Halloran Memorial & Scholarship fund to benefit graduating young men and women from Alvirne High School (AHS). We hope to raise much in scholarships to provide to graduates who are continuing on to a college hockey education and career,” states the
Travis Rice, 13, wins the 3K
race as he crosses the finish line with a time of 13:57:38
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Jay O’Halloran Memorial Scholarship Hosts Fifth Road Race
Jay O’Halloran Memorial Scholarship Fund. For the past several years, the scholarship fund has provided both a graduating boy and girl AHS graduate with a financial scholarship of up to $2,500 each. On
December 22, 2005, Jay lost his battle with leukemia. Jay was only 40 years old at the time of his passing. Jay had a strong passion for
ice hockey, which he played for many years. He also coached the Nashua Panthers Hockey Team. He enjoyed the outdoors, mountains, and oceans of New England. Jay touched many people’s lives during his short time here on earth. His memories live on strongly in our hearts. The fund aims to remember Jay and his great love for hockey and honor his memory. The professionally timed event offered post-race
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refreshments, raffle prizes, and a great day for all to share, remember, honor, and provide two AHS students with scholarships.
Alex Brown, Alvirne High School graduate and Litchfield resident, wins the 5K race with a time of 17:57
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Alvirne continued to provide some potent offense as they took their sixth straight victory of the season over Exeter, 12-0, in five innings on Monday, May 2. The Broncos held a 2-0 lead going into the bottom of the fifth, thanks to RBI singles by Chelsey Drew and Jenna Giannelli, but the bats exploded for another 10 runs for the victory. Brooke Kennedy, Chelsey Drew, and Delaney Burns all had triples in the offensive explosion. Taylor Carbone twirled another masterpiece, allowing only two hits and striking out eight, giving her a total of 108 on the season. Junior Delaney Burns had a great defensive contest with two superb plays in the field. The Lady Broncos now have an 8-2 record on the season and have errorless games for the last five contests. The Lady Broncos blanked Bishop Guertin on Friday, April 29, by the score of 5-0. Taylor Carbone hurled her fourth shutout on the season, which included
nine strikeouts, and she allowed only three hits. Katie Donovan got the Broncos on the board with a two-run single and Carbone helped herself out with an RBI as well. Delaney Burns also laced an RBI double and came home on a throwing error. Carbone and Chelsey Drew had two hits each. Jenna Giannelli continued throwing some serious leather around with a diving catch at second base. Earlier in the week, Alvirne soundly defeated Nashua North 13-0 in a five- inning mercy rule game, with Carbone twirling a no-hitter and only one walk away from a perfect game. Carbone’s gem included strikeouts of 13 of the 15 hitters she faced. Jenna Giannelli shined from the offensive side of the plate, going four for four with a single, double, and a pair of triples; Jess Underwood had three hits, Brooke Kennedy and Taylor Carbone had two hits each, and Mikayla Powlowsky, Chelsey Drew, Delaney Burns, and Katie Donovan added one hit each.
In a game against Nashua South, the Lady Broncos found themselves down 4-0 in the first inning on a grand slam by the Panthers, but the Broncos out did that as they scored all eight of their runs in the top of the second inning to go on to an 8-4 victory.
had a double and triple in the same inning, and Chelsey Drew had two hits in the inning as well. Delaney Burns, Kaela Craven, and Brooke Kennedy each contributed hits as well, and Mikayla Powlowsky drew two walks in the inning. Defensively, Michaela Powlowsky came up with a huge play in the bottom of the second inning, ending a bases- loaded rally by South.
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Photos courtesy of "Creations by Sea-Jay"
staff photos by Doug Robinson
staff photos by Doug Robinson
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