May 20, 2011 - 13 Hudson~Litchfield Sports Campbell High School Sports Roundup
submitted by Dale Arria May 16: For the varsity softball team, Julia Nolan recorded her 500th career strikeout as Campbell beat Hopkinton 12-2 in a game shortened by the weather.
Julia earned the win and Allie Nolan
pitched well in relief. Chelsea Caynon hit her fourth homerun in two games and Julia Marra hit a three-run triple to fuel the offense. Lauren Garand pitched a one-run complete game win over Hopkinton to keep the JV softball win streak alive at 10 games. Mattie Wilson, Erin McLaughlin, and Heather Baron each had multiple hits to help secure the win. May 14: Track Meet Results – Girls:
Prospect Mountain 151, CHS 147, Raymond 103, Hillsboro 43, Portsmouth Christian 35, Concord Christian 21, Mount Zion 10, Woodsville 0.
Shot Put: #1 Bowen, 28 feet, 5 inches; #3 Belzil, 25 feet, 1 inch Discus: #1 Bowen, 81 feet, 3 inches; #4
Pouliot, 58 feet, 9 inches; #7 Whittick, 51 feet, 7 inches. Javelin: #1 Belzil, 92 feet, 5 inches; #3
Whittick, 79 feet, 1 inch; #4 Pouliot, 72 feet, 2 inches.
Long jump: #4 Planty, 12 feet. Triple jump: #3 Planty, 29 feet, 9 inches. High jump: #2 Bourque, 4 feet, 6 inches. 100 meters: #1 Minervini, 12.8; #4 Cavanaugh, 13.6; #7 Bourque, 14.4. 1600 meters: #2 Stagnone, 6:10. 4x100 relay: #1 Planty, Minervini, Bourque,
and Cavanaugh, 54.3. 400 meters: #3 Heather Geist, 1:05.4 and #5 Heaton, 1:10.2. 300 hurdles: #1 Ashley Gannon, 51.9, #5
800 meters, #4 DiBenedetto, 2:57.5. 200 Meters, #3 Cavanaugh, 29.3, #4 Minervini, 29.3, 4 by 400, Meters 4:34.25 Heaton, Geist, Pomerleau, Minervini. Track Meet Results – Boys CHS 159.5, Hillsboro 74, Raymond 72,
Moultonborough 71, Prospect Mountain 69, Woodsville 61.5, Portsmouth Christian 15, Concord Christian 12, Mount Zion 7. Pole Vault, #1 O’Brien, 9-feet 6-inches; #2 Flynn, 9-feet , #3 Billings, 8-feet 6-inches; #4 Tanguay, 8-inches; #6 Fuertes, 7-inches; Shot Put, #2 Houston, 39-feet 11-inches; #7 Simard, 32-feet 11-inches; Javelin, #6 Harvey, 117-feet 9-inches; Triple Jump, #5 Jacob Morgan, 34-feet 0-inches,High Jump, #1 Josh Morgan, 5-feet 8- inches; 100 Meter, #2 Prindle, 11.75, #3 Mercier, 11.9, #5 Flynn, 1600 Meter, #3 Sturzo, 5:17, #4 Helie, 5:23, #5 Perigny, 5:24, 4 by 100, #1 47.0 Prindle, Mercier, Flynn, Mun, 400 Meter, #5 Heaton, 59.8, #7 Schultz, 1:00, 300 Hurdles, #1 Billings, 48.8, #6 Fuertes, 53.8, 800 Meter, #4 Jacob Morgan, 2:13.1, #7 Sturzo, 2:23.8, 200 Meter, #1 Prindle, 23.6, #2 Mercier, 24.7, #3 Mun, 24.9, #7 Lamontagne, 27.5, 3200 Meter, #2 Dube, 11:24.7, 4 by 400, #3 Heaton, Messer, Mercier, Schultz. May 13: In Varsity Softball, Chelsea
Tennis Teams Continue to Ace Opponents
by Sue LaRoche Girls Tennis The Lady Broncos continue to take care of business as they defeated Salem and Merrimack to move their record to 9-1 on the season. On Wednesday, May 11, the Broncos defeated Merrimack 9-0 at home. Nocole Wilcox, Deanna Trearchis, Kate Martin Yashaswani Moparthi, Jamie Martineau and Christine Buttrick all won their singles matches losing only 12 games between them. In doubles, Trearchis/Wilcox, Tessier/Venuthurupalli, and Ashley Croan and Briannah Bellot all won their matches to complete the sweep. On Friday, May 13, the Broncos
traveled to Salem to take on the 7-4 Blue Devils and easily handled them with a 7-2 victory. Deanna Trearchis, Kate Martin, Lahari Venuthurupalli and Cheyenne Tessier won in singles. The doubles teams of Trearchis
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and Nicole Wilcox, Martin and Yashaswani Moparthi, and Tessier and Venuthurupalli all won their doubles matches. With only four matches remaining, the Broncos are currently in second place in the NHIAA Division 1 standings, which puts them in line for hosting a playoff match in the first round. Boys Tennis The Broncos continue to roll as they defeated Salem High School on Friday, May 13, 6-3 at home. Shane O’Brien, Travis Terrio, PJ Martineau and Kasyap Venuthurupalli all won their singles matches while Shane O’Brien and CJ Destramps and Travis Terrio and PJ Martineau won their doubles matches to complete their 6-3 victory. The Broncos sport an 8-4 record with two matches remaining, and are sitting in a great position for making the playoffs.
Caynon hit three homeruns over the fence to lead Campbell over Prospect Mountain. 13-1. Julia Marra had two hits and two RBIs to help the offense as Campbell improved to 11-1 on the season. For Varsity Baseball, Garrett Sahlin tossed 3 2/3 innings against Prospect Mountain in relief (of his brother, Connor) allowing only one run. This is his first varsity win. Cullan Baker continued his hot hitting with three more hits and two RBIs including his second homerun of the week. Christian Bourgea had two hits and four RBIs and Nick Freson had three hits. May 11: The JV Softball team kept their winning streak
alive with a 15-0 win over Conant High school. The Cougar’s bats came with multiple hits coming from Erin Frost, Brianna Hardy, Shelbie Trompke, Shannon Lavigne, Alex Trevains, Lauren Garand, and Brianna Charette. Shelbie also pitched a great game striking out 10 and only giving up one hit.
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in her playing days, Nolan feels that her coach is someone she can better relate to. Another thing the four-year varsity player can relate to is leadership. As one of the few seniors on the team, Nolan tries to be
a leader through her actions; “I try to be as much of a leader as I can because we have a young team. I want to be a good example.” Julia also has kind words for sibling, teammate and fellow pitcher, Allie Nolan. Julia spoke of her sister’s abilities as a pitcher along with her role in the quest for 500; “Allie works really hard, she’s a really, really good pitcher - she’s awesome. She’s been very supportive (of me). If she gets in the game, she’s going to get the job done.” Nolan continued by crediting the athletic programs at Campbell, citing that “all of our teams are solid teams and they’ve done very well. I think coach “K” and Mr. Falzarano do a really good job.”
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Cougar battery-mates, left to right, catcher Brittany McNulla and pitcher Julia Nolan
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1. Lady Cougar Julia Nolan records her 500th strikeout in a game against Hopkinton on Monday, May 16, at Campbell High School
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