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Sports 12 - October 21, 2011 Pelham~Windham Sports Windham Soccer Seasons Nearing Finish

by Chris White The regular season is coming to an end for high

school soccer. The Windham girls soccer team finished its regular season with an 8-8 record on Tuesday, while the Windham boys have achieved a record of 8-6 through the first 14 games on their schedule. The Windham girls soccer season ended with

a 2-1 loss to Pembroke at home on Tuesday, October 18. Bernadette Connors contributed Windham’s lone goal off an assist from Sarah Chau in the second half. Windham goalkeeper Brianna Angelini also made 10 saves. The Jaguars earned their last victory of the season at home against Coe-Brown on Saturday, October 15. They beat the Black Bears by the score of 4-2. Haley Psareas scored off an assist from Kelsey Schiebel to put Windham up 1-0 at halftime. Chau opened the second half by scoring off an assist from Amanda Schiebel and then Connors netted Windham’s last two goals – one unassisted, the other from Kelsey Schiebel. The Windham girls also

won 3-1 when they hosted Pelham on Saturday, October 8. Pelham led 1-0 at halftime, but Windham came back in the second half with three goals from Lindsay Selden, Rachel Vafides, and Psareas. Selden scored on a penalty kick, Vafides was assisted by Chau, and Psareas was assisted by Amanda Schiebel. Angelini had seven saves in the win. The Windham boys’ soccer team beat Portsmouth 2-1 away from home on Friday, October 7. Andrew Lowman and Chris Ulbrich each scored for the Jaguars, while Lowman also had

Windham’s Steve Dastous (#23) takes a shot on goal after avoiding Pelham’s defense

an assist. The Jaguars played Pelham at home the

following day and won 3-1. Once again, Lowman and Ulbrich provided one goal apiece, while Alex Khoury also contributed a goal. Ulbrich had two assists as well. The Jags went on to lose at Bedford 2-0

on Wednesday, October 12. The score was deadlocked at 0-0 for the first 70 minutes until Bedford finally broke through with a goal. The Bulldogs went on to add a late goal on a penalty kick to round out the scoring. Tim Erdlen had a solid game as Windham’s goalkeeper. Khoury,

Clairee Putnam (#13) controls the ball for Windham in a home game against Pelham

Alex Whitehead, and David Carbonello also played well in the midfield. The Windham boys are scheduled to have their final game of the regular season at home on Friday, October 21 against Hollis-Brookline. Game time is scheduled for 3:30 p.m.

Pelham Travel Soccer Club U12 and U13 Game Report

submitted by Tracy Garrett Pelham U13 vs. Northern Strikers

Nottingham’s Northern Strikers scored the first goal causing the Pythons to react. And, boy did they ever react. Alex Becker was unstoppable with five goals. Jack Fallon and Victor Romeo each contributed to the seven goal final.

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Pelham Puma U12 Alena Masterson uses her fast fancy footwork to keep the ball away from the opponent

second meeting of the year. The Pumas kept high pressure on the Jaguars all game with the help of their strongest defensive stand yet. From start to the finish, Pelham saw an excellent game from midfielder Alena Masterson who netted the first goal of the game and her first of the season with a blast from 30 yards out. The second and third goals of the game came in the second half. Scoring from just outside the goal box was Brittany Ducharme with a well-placed shot in the far, upper corner of the goal. Then Madison Burke sealed the win to make it 3-0 with her second goal of the season. Solid defensive games were played by Holly Feola, Cathryn Scanlon, Megan Landry and Hanna Beaudette. This shutout was the third this year for goaltender Amira Eid. With this win the Pumas are 5-1.

Although this game had seven goals scored, it was a

truly a team

effort. Every single player brought their A game. Mark Rutherford made great strides in running the ball down and getting to the other end of the field. Max O’Dryna, Jack Fallon and Dylan Sacca all made great passes for assists. Nick Kathios had some tremendous throw-ins which resulted in one assist. Ben Paquette and Cody Foulds both played fierce and did a great job at moving the ball to their team mates without losing possession. The Pythons defense, Morgan Pratt, Rachel Marion, Lindsey Niemaszyk and Nick Kathios, is a force to be reckoned with. Nothing gets by them. Goalies Zac Rossi and Jack Frey both owned the net only letting in one goal. Pelham U12 Girls 3, Merrimack Jaguars 0 In their third shutout win of the season, the Pelham Pumas blanked Merrimack in their

Staff photos by Chris White

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