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Canine Center V D E B Cougar Captain Timothy Heaton receives a slide tackle from a Viking defender in Campbell’s shutout win over Mascenic
by Marc Ayotte The Campbell boys’ soccer team continued their recent up
and down play by splitting their two games this past week. On September 30, the Cougars routed visiting Mascenic by a score of 6-0. The Campbell offense saw six different players score on the afternoon as they led the visiting Vikes 2-0 at the intermission. Freshman Jonathan Donaghey put the Cougars on the board in the 18th minute of the contest, when he took a pass from Tyler Guarino and slid a shot along the ground inside the left post, beating keep Jon Rutledge. Twelve minutes later, Ben Billings doubled the Cougar lead as his high shot sailed over a sliding Rutledge into the right corner.
Second half action was somewhat eventless until the 11th minute
when Mascenic’s Dexter Somero turned the ball over to Cougar Ian Hutchinson. The Campbell junior with a nose for the nylon, averted an attempted sliding save by the Viking keep, putting the ball into a wide open net for a 3-0 lead. With the game well in hand, the Cougars went on a scoring frenzy, scoring three goals in the last 12 minutes of the contest. Sophomore Matt Latsha drilled a shot off the cross bar which ricocheted down and across the goal line for a four
Captain Kyle Mun (#5) battles Mascenic’s Matt Hartman for the ball along the near sideline.
goal lead. Late in the game Coach Levine moved captain Kyle Mun from his customary back position to a forward spot, in an attempt to get the senior into the scoring column. The move paid off as Mun, at the 37:00 mark, registered his first goal since his freshman season, giving the Cougars a 5-0 advantage. Senior forward Michael Vigeant finished the Campbell onslaught when his tally made it 6-0 in the 39th minute. On Monday, October 3, the Cougars headed to Raymond for a rematch against the team they had beaten two weeks earlier. Revenge was in the cards as the host Rams, after a scoreless first half, used two very late second half goals to snap a one all tie and hand the Cougars a 3-1 loss. Raymond out shot Campbell six to one in the first half, but Cougar keep Jacob Morgan kept the home team off the score board. It was at the five minute mark of the second half that Morgan was beaten, giving Raymond the 1-0 lead and marking when they proceeded to dominate play, according to head coach Steve Levine. Although they controlled the flow of the game, the Rams were unable to increase their lead. With just five minutes remaining, the hard work and hustle of senior Kyle Mun led to teammate Matt Latsha scoring to tie the game at one. Unfortunately, the tie did not last long as Raymond scored two goals in a 97 second span to seal the deal, splitting the two games on the season. After the game, the Cougar coach was pretty concise in his assessment of the Ram’s effort against his team; “Raymond played in our end the entire second half. They deserved to win.”
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from behind upset and the Broncos second consecutive victory with a 2-1 win. Also playing well offensively for the Broncos were sophomore Josh Bellomo, and junior Richie Eaton while seniors Zach Melanson, Tyler Lambert and junior Michael DeMinico played well defensively. This victory lifts the Broncos record to 3-6-1 on the season. On Saturday both the boys and girls varsity and junior varsity soccer teams traveled to Foxboro to watch the New England Revolution take on the Seattle Sounders. The players and coaches were treated to a tailgate BBQ in the parking lot before the game and at halftime of the match all cheered as the Alvirne Bronco Marching Band performed. After the game all the seniors and coaches were allowed on the field and given an opportunity to take a shot on goal. Although the Revolution lost 2-1 this annual trip was a great time for all that attended.
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by Sue LaRoche The Alvirne golf team completed their final match of the season against Spaulding and Manchester West, taking one of the two matches to finish the season with an 11-17 record. At Green Meadow, the Broncos shot a 211, losing to Spaulding 210, but defeating Manchester West 269. Tyler Livingston and Kyle Pageau were low scorers for the Broncos shooting a 41. Right behind them were Mike Syrvidas (42), Brendan Donovan (43), Grant Nuttall (44), Kyle McKinley and Noah Cote (47s) and Dan Kingsley (49). The Broncos will lose senior Captain Brendan Donovan to graduation. The majority of the team will be back for what looks like a promising 2012 season.
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