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12 - October 21, 2011


Hudson~Litchfield Sports Hudson~Litchfield Sports


Lady Broncos Earn Their First Point


Alvirne’s graduating seniors pose with their custom photo achievment plaques before the Tuesday, October 18 game Te seniors were Kristine Rowe, Colleen Busnach, Kaela Craven, Jessica Roberts and Jocelyn Richardson


by Sue LaRoche On Monday, October 17, the Lady Broncos made up a rained out contest against Nashua North at home and lost 1-0. The Broncos had several good opportunities to score but as has been the case this season, they couldn’t manage to find the back of the net. The Titans scored early in the second half on an uncleared rebound off a save by goalie Tori LaRoche who had 20 saves on the night. Playing well for the Broncos were Sabrina Carter, Alisha Gillis, Krissy Rowe, Jocelyn Richardson and Daeghan


Stone. On Tuesday, October 18, senior night for the Broncos, the girls battled to a 0-0 tie in double overtime. The Broncos got a great game from center midfielders Daeghan Stone and Jocelyn Richardson and goalie Tori LaRoche made 19 saves for her first varsity career shutout. The Broncos had several great opportunities to score but could not convert as they are still searching for their first victory of the season. Coach Lance McAdam was pleased with the, “competitiveness in the game, which led to better output from the entire team.” The Broncos will


graduate five seniors, who will compete in their final game on Friday October 21 against winless Spaulding. Seniors include Captain Kaela Craven, Jess Roberts, Jocelyn Richardson, Colleen Bushnach and Krissy Rowe. “This was a nice tribute to five great seniors who provided a great example of leadership, hard work and determination,” said McAdam.


submitted by Jim Tomaswick On Friday Alvirne traveled to Salem to take on the Blue Devils in driving down pour. Midway through the first half sophomore PJ Busnach scored to cut Salem’s lead in half at 2-1. In the second half the Blue Devils were able to score their third goal with a point blank shot on Bronco keeper Adam Chandonnet (six saves) after both Alvirne defenders lost their footing in the water soaked field. Salem added their fourth goal, which Alvirne answered when Josh Bellomo drilled a ball from just outside the 18-yard mark and ending the scoring with Salem on top 4-2. Monday the Broncos traveled to Nashua North putting on a scoring show scoring three in the first half and two in the second. Freshman Brett Richardson and senior Corey Landry both had a goal a two assists while senior keeper Jimmy Tomaswick had six saves earning his third shutout of the season. Also scoring for the Broncos was sophomore PJ Busnach and juniors Marcos Viera and Richie Eaton who scored his team leading fifth goal of the season. Senior Tyler Lambert and Matt Kulch played well for the Broncos defensively. On Tuesday Alvirne traveled to Manchester Memorial to play their third game in five days. The Broncos came into the game knowing that they had to win to keep their playoff hopes alive. Unfortunately the Alvirne boys could not put


Josh Bellomo controls the ball in recent action


one past the Memorial keeper and dropped a 3-0 decision to the Crusaders. Alvirne had several chances including shots off the cross bar by sophomores Matt Poegel and Marcos Viera. The Broncos put a lot of pressure on Memorial in the second half with good scoring opportunities by senior John Gardner and junior Richie Eaton. Also playing well offensively for the Broncos was Dan Teague while sophomore Kyle Salucco and senior Zach Melanson both had good games defensively. The Broncos will finish their season at home on Thursday vs. Spaulding.


Broncos Come Up Short for the Post Season


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by Sue LaRoche On Wednesday, October 12, the Broncos took on second place Pinkerton Academy and “made them earn their victory,” said Coach Lisa Gingras. Pinkerton took the first game 17-25, but the Broncos bounced back and took game 2 26- 24. Unfortunately the Broncos lost the final two games 14-25 and 23-25.


Laina Somero had eight kills and two blocks followed by Marisa Coronis with six kills and six blocks. Jenna Younghusband handed out 19 assists and Evelyn Susko had 15 service points. Friday, October 14, saw the Broncos drop another one in four games to Bishop Guertin, 14-25, 18- 25, 25-23, 13-25. Laina Somero had 10 kills followed by Marisa Coronis with 12 kills and six digs. Sandi Purcell had 39 digs and Devon Smith added two blocks and six kills. Jasmine Hamilton had three kills and three blocks while Jenna Younghusband added 21 assists.


On Monday, October 17, the Broncos finally found themselves on the winning side of a 3-1 score as they defeated Exeter 25-18, 21-25, 25-22 and 25- 18. Laina Somero had 19 service points, six digs and six kills and Jenna Younghusband had 10 service points, 23 assists and 18 digs. Marisa Coronis had eight digs, 11 service points, 15 kills and two blocks. Jasmine Hamilton had seven service points and five kills while Devon Smith added nine kills. Kayla Gendreau had one kill and one block and Sandi Purcell had 31 digs. The Broncos


currently sport a 5-11 record with only two games remaining and are fighting for a playoff spot in the NHIAA Division 1 playoffs.


Marisa Coronis puts the ball bac over the net past the BG front


Jenna Youngshusband bumps to set up a return volley


Staff photo by Marc Ayotte


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