May 20, 2011 - 15 Salem Patriot
submitted by Frank Girginis For four of the members of the New England Shooting Stars this past weekend was about closure. It was not long ago these four Hudson players, Emily Cuthbertson, Jamie Sherburne, Veronica Moceri, and Sandi Purcell fell short of a championship in the middle school finals back-to-back seasons. Teammates for years, these four wanted one more championship together, to one more time climb and conquer the mountain before they move on to the next chapter in their basketball careers. This weekend playing together in AAU they were able to do just that. With the exception of Sandi and Veronica
who play at Alvirne, these four, who have been teammates since they were 10 years old, have gone their separate ways in high school. Jamie Sherburne attends and plays for Bishop Guertin
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and Emily Cuthbertson attend and plays at New Hampton Prep School. The state tourney started off well for the Shooting Stars; they won both their pool play games and earned the number one seed for the tourney. The great thing about this was the girls were playing an age level up. The girls qualify for the 14 age group but really wanted to push themselves and the team played in the 15 age group so earning the number one seed was an accomplishment in itself. In tourney play the Shooting Stars made quick work of the number four seed NH Blackout beating them 64-41. With the win the girls advanced to the finals where they had to face the defending champs the NH Flames. The finals was a fast paced game but the Shooting Stars came out firing on all cylinders and took the lead early and never looked back beating the Flames 59-43 to earn the 15U AAU NH State championship. For me, coaching these girls again is something that I thought would never happen. After leaving Hudson Memorial School after their seventh grade year to take the Goffstown High School position, I always felt with that group I had unfinished business. The last time I coached them we lost the middle school championship and vowed to come back their eight grade year and win; unfortunately, that goal was never accomplished as they lost again in the finals their
Salem Patriot Coming Full Circle
New England Shooting Stars - 15U New Hampshire AAU State Champions: Jamie Sherburne (Hudson),
Sandi Purcell (Hudson), Veronica Moceri (Hudson), Emily Cuthbertson (Hudson), Paige Parkinson, Kayla Stacy, Maddie Jean (Windham), Emily Hickey (Salem), Bailey Marshall, and Dina Tiscofer.
eighth grade year and I left to coach at Goffstown. However, sometimes history repeats itself and things fall into place where you get a second chance at things, this weekend the girls and I got
to do just that and this time we were able to finish and come full circle on a goal we made years ago. I could not be more proud of them and to the rest of the team.
Greater Salem Hockey Team Wins Championship
submitted by Rob Krekorian The Greater Salem 01 Team
won the Merrimack Valley Cup Tournament, held May 13-15. The boys played exceptionally well and skated away with the championship. The goalie, Jacob Howell, shut out every game during the series. Congratulations, boys!
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