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10 - September 30, 2011


submitted by Greg Burton Saturday’s late afternoon cool temperature


gave us a hint of fall. However the electric plays that came out of the Razorbacks huddle certainly warmed us up. A great matchup against a talented Nashua PAL played out at Muldoon Park. On the first play of the game, Shane LaFond ran back a Nashua kickoff for a touchdown and a Steve Jackson 2-point conversion. On the ensuing kickoff from Pelham, offensive mis- starts and a huge tackle in the backfield by Cam Santos forced Nashua to punt the ball from their 40. Pelham overcame an early penalty on a play where Steve Jackson ripped a long gain, by successfully converting on downs with a mix of


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plays including a key run by Brad Kamal. On the next set of downs Shane Lafond pulled off a 45 yard run to score and a 2-point conversion putting the Razorbacks up 16-0 in the first quarter. The Razorbacks continued to capitalize on


offensive opportunities with key situational plays, including, a 4th and 1 conversion from the offensive line and Victor Pizzotti and a 4th and one TD run from Kyle Champagne. Before the half was over the Razorbacks defense took the ball back after a failed 4th and 1 attempt from Nashua and Steve Jackson gets his second TD of the evening. The 2-point conversion by Brad Kamal puts the Razorbacks up 32-0 at halftime. The second half became more defensive with


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Lady Python Volleyballers Split on the Week


by Marc Ayotte The Pelham girls’ volleyball team started last week with a loss against Laconia, but finished on a high note with a road victory at John Stark. Although the Pythons lost the home match against the Sachems, each game was closely contested. After a tough opening game loss for Pelham (25-23), they remained very competitive. Laconia had to play well to knock off the Pythons in the next two games, 25-18 and 25-20. Starring for Pelham was Alex Hall with 42 digs and six kills. Kathryn Mostone contributed with four blocks and 12 service points on the offensive side of the stat ledger. Kelsey Grimard pitched in with four aces. Middle blocker Nicole Gellar earned head coach Jen Nugent’s praises with her three big blocks and a kill, “I’m very proud of her, she did a good job,” Nugent said. The Pythons took to the road on Friday, September 23, when they headed to Weare to take on John Stark Regional. Pelham, with a three game sweep over the home team Generals were in charge from the very first game. Stark was never really in the match as PHS won convincingly; 25-12, 25-17 and 25-7. The win improved Pelham’s record to 3-4 on the season. Kathryn Mostone led the way for the Pythons with a monster game in both aspects of the game. Offensively, Mostone recorded five kills to go with her 23 service points and three aces. On defense, she led the team with three blocks while registering 18 digs. Alex Hall registered a team high 28 digs to add to her four kills and 12 assists. Kelsey Grimard and Nicole Gellar contributed with 12 digs and three aces, respectively.


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Nicolas Micciche and his teammates race to bring down a back with no gain in yardage


numerous changes of possessions. However late in the third quarter, the Razorbacks capped off the game’s scoring with Shane Lafond’s second touchdown of the day. Other offensive standouts in Varsity matchup were Ben Emrick, Don Branco, and Jake Brown. Playing outstanding defense were Victor Pizzotti, Matthew Shea, Cole Burton, Cam Santos, and Brandon Wagner.


In the night-cap, the JV squad edged out a victory in a tough defensive-played outing. The low scoring affair featured an 80-yard run by Micah Sundman followed by a tough TD run by Jeremy Worden and a 2-point conversion. The two points ended up being the difference as later in the second quarter Nashua scored on a 4th and 1 touchdown pass. However, the ensuing 2-point conversion was stuffed by Pelham’s Special Teams with Matthew Bedient making a key tackle. Great offensive efforts by Zach Koch, Eric


Kostandin, Parker Belsky, Griffin Lippold, and a great long bomb reception by Matthew Bedient. Kudos to the defense for keeping the score low with contributions by Jeremy Worden, Connor Ford, Corey Lanzillo, Trevor Gagnon, and Robert Dickey. Brandon Wagner stood out on Special Teams.


Shane LaFond makes a wide turn in his kickoff return for a touchdown to start the game off with a lead.


Razorback lay out for a long bomb under the fall of night


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