October 28, 2011 - 11 Hudson~Litchfield Sports AHS Volleyball Competes in Tournament Laina Somero at the last home game for the 2011 volleyball team
Left; Te relationship built via team sports is show on the face of Jackie Spearing and Delaney Burns at the
AHS Volleyball’s Senior night.
by Sue LaRoche The Alvirne Bronco Volleyball team managed to earn the number 12 seed in the NHIAA Division 1 volleyball tournament. They played against the number five seed, Pinkerton on Wednesday. October 26. This game decided if Alvirne will advance further in the tournament. The Broncos finished the season 6-12 and split their final two games of the year as they defeated Spaulding 3-0 on Wednesday, October 19, but lost to Concord on Friday, October 21, in a close 3-2 contest. In the game against Spaulding, it was a must win situation for both teams as they were jockeying for playoff position and the Broncos prevailed giving both teams identical 6-11 records. Alvirne won 25-23, 25-23, and 25-22. Both of these teams lost in the semifinals of the tournament last year. In the contest, Laina Somero had six digs and eight kills followed Jenna Younghusband with 10 digs, three kills and 15 assists. Marisa Coronis had four digs and nine kills and Sandi Purcell had 30 digs. The Broncos could not carry over the momentum to Friday however as they lost a close contest 25-16, 13-25, 25-22, 21-25, and 10-15. Laina Somero had 10 kills and 17 digs and Jenna Younghusband added 11 service points, 25 assists and 11 digs. Marisa Coronis had 11 kills and five blocks, Evelyn Susko added 15 service points and Devon Smith chipped in with six kills and four blocked shots. The Broncos saw their seniors Laina Somero, Delaney Burns and Jackie Spearing play their final home game of the season.
Te senior players pose with their families after receiving messages and praise from their team mates before friday’s match.
submitted by Heather Chaisson, Assistant Coach, Bears Division 12 Team The Hudson-Litchfield Bears Division 12 Large Red Team placed first at the Season Premiere Competition on Saturday, October 22nd at Bedford High School. They will compete again on Sunday, October 30th at the State Competition to be held at the Southern New Hampshire University Athletic Complex in Manchester. The top three teams will advance to the Regional Competition at the DCU Center in Worcester, Massachusetts on November 27th.
Bears Division 12 Team Wins Season Premiere Competition
Academy of Notre Dame High School Open House EDUCATING TOMORROW’S
LEADERS TODAY! Team from left to right, bottom row: Kirsten Rourke, Kayleigh Lavoie,
Juliana Page, Cassidy Griffith, Tori Willard, Autumn Saab, Sarah Linnehan. Middle row: Haley Tuck, Haley Barahona, Jessica Lortie, Catie Donahue,
Mallory Floyd, Amber Bardsley, Carisa Blais, Alexis Williams, Kaylee Hunt, Emily Chaisson. Top row: Tyler Prather, Kendra Gerace, Rachel Perron, Olivia Roberts, Meaghan Connors, Lauren Ferentino
Lady Broncos in the Win Column
by Sue LaRoche The Lady Broncos finished the season on a high note as they
picked up their first victory of the season on the road against Spaulding on Friday, October 21. Brittney Lambert tallied the lone goal for the Broncos on an assist from Krissy Rowe, and that would be enough for the 1-0 victory. Goalie Tori LaRoche picked up her second shutout of the season with eight saves. The Broncos finished a disappointing 1-14-1 on the year but coach Lance McAdam saw some flashes of brilliance from a “hardworking team,” who will lose seniors Captain Kaela Craven, Jessica Roberts, Jocelyn Richardson, Krissy Rowe and Colleen Bushnach.
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