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Hudson - Litchfield News | December 23, 2011 - 15 Real Estate Real Estate Call 880-1516
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Campbell Sinks Vikings in Home Opener
Roye added; “We really wore them down (by) bringing 11 guys that I don’t hesitate to play.”
Campbell’s Jason Rodonis puts two up in the paint against the visiting Mascenic Vikings
by Marc Ayotte The Campbell boys varsity basketball team improved their record to 2-0 on the young season with an 89-57 thrashing of Mascenic in their home opener. In the friendly confines of the Cougar Den, Campbell was able to blow the game open in the second quarter allowing the deep CHS bench to see plenty of action. In picking up the 32 point win, Campbell used a well balanced scoring attack which featured every Cougar player entering the scoring column. “Our depth was a major factor” offered Cougar head coach Pat Roye in assessing reasons for the lopsided win. Showing full confidence in his entire team,
In addition to the wide spread offensive showing, Campbell once again utilized an aggressive and quick defense in running Mascenic out of the building. Additionally, the Cougars took very good care of the ball; “our turnovers were cut in half from the Raymond
game” observed Roye, adding that “it’s always great to win your home opener.” Leading the Campbell scoring parade was Jacob Morgan, whose 18 points were spotlighted with some long range shooting. The junior Cougar tickled the twine from behind the arch four times in the romp. Max Gouveia was the only other Cougar to score in double digits, with 11. The Campbell point guard also led the team with four assists. Caleb McKearin contributed seven points while leading the team with nine rebounds. Other notable Cougar scorers were: Nick Freson (8), Jason Rodonis (8),Jesiah Wade (7), Kyle Mun (6) and Trevor Duquette (6).
Three days later on
Monday, December 19, the Cougars boarded the bus headed for arch rival Somersworth. In a matchup reflective of both teams continuously trying to give away the game, it was the visiting Campbell
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squad that hung on for an exciting 56-50 overtime victory. The win improved the Cougar record to an unblemished 3-0, tied for the most wins in the early D-3 standings. In a game, that according to Coach
Roye, “nobody led by more than five or six points,” Campbell held a slim one point lead at the half, at 26-25. Over the ensuing eight minutes, the host Hilltoppers outscored Campbell to grab a one point lead of their own, 37-36 at the end of three quarters of play. The final quarter continued to be low scoring and with less than 10 seconds remaining in regulation, a Somersworth three pointer tied the score at 45, sending the game into an extra session. In the extra five minutes, the Cougars sealed the deal, outscoring Somersworth 11-5 to escape with the win. According to Coach Roye; “Clutch foul shooting in the fourth quarter and overtime by Max Gouveia and Jesiah Wade paved the way for the Cougars.” Also, Roye noted that after a sluggish Campbell first half, a key substitution was made; “Mike Vigeant gave us a nice boost off the bench defensively. He got us going with real hustle.” On the offensive side of the ledger, Jacob Morgan had another nice effort, netting 17 points to lead Campbell. Guard Max Gouveia chimed in with 13 points to go along with his four helpers and three steals. John Houston contributed six defensive rebounds in the game, including what Roye labeled as “a crucial board to seal the win late in overtime.” Caleb McKearin added to the defensive effort with three blocked shots.
AHS Swim Teams Dominate
by Sue LaRoche On Friday, December 16, the girls and
boys swim teams traveled to Keen State College for a three team dual meet with Conant, Mascenic and Monadnock High Schools. The Broncos came away with three wins for both the girls and boys squads. The Boys currently sport a 6-0 record and defeated Conant 98-28, Mascenic 100-25 and Monadnock 103-14. Several of the Broncos swimmers performed well but Josh Keller (two first place finishes), Zach Keller(4 first place finishes), Alex Luebbers(four first place finishes), Mike Dominico (two first place finishes) and Ethan Beals (two first place finishes) had an outstanding meet. The following were the results from the
meet: 200 medley relay - Josh Keller, Zach Keller, Alex Luebbers and Mike Dominico first place; 200 Free - Alex Luebbers, first place; 50 free - Zach Keller, first place; 100 Fly - Alex Luebbers, first place; 100 Free
- Zach Keller, first place; 200 Free Relay - Josh Keller, Mike Dominico, Zach Keller, Alex Luebbers, first place; 100 Breaststroke - Ethan Beals, first place; 200 Free Relay - Ethan Beals, Nick Eichner, Mike Infantino, Mike Frassica, first place. The following swimmers placed second in
their events: 50 free, Mike Dominico; 100 Fly, Mike Frassica; 100 Free, Mike Infantino; 500 Free Nick Eichner; 200 Free Relay - Ethan Beals, Frank Cunniff, Josh Debreceini, Mike Frassica; 100 Breaststroke, Frank Cunniff. The girls also defeated all three teams that they competed against, beating Conant 111-58, Mascenic 132-15, and Monadnock 114-55. The Lady Broncos currently have a record of 7-0 on the season. The girls also had several successful outstanding performances including Becky Dionne(four first place finishes), Christina Stewart (two first place finishes), Desirae Ouellette (three
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first place finishes), and Jess Cocozziello (two first place finishes). Placing first in their events were: 200 Medley Relay - Becky Dionne, Christina Stewart, Desirae Ouellette, Jess Cocozziello; 200 Free - Becky Dionne; 200 IM - Desirae Ouellette; 100 Free - Becky Dionne; 200 Free Relay - Jess Cocozziello, Desirae Ouellette, Christina Stewart, Becky Dionne; 400 Free Relay - Lauren Bistany, Brianna Labonte, Kerrigan Murray, Paula Dubowik. Placing second in their events were: 200
Free - Lauren Bistany; 200 Fly - Lauren Bistany; 100 Breaststroke - Christina Stewart. Finally placing third in their events were: 200 IM - Claire Hovasapian; 50 Free - Christina Stewart; 500 Free - Hanna Bate; 200 Free Relay - Brianna Labonte, Allison Bendel, Ashley Croan, Kendra Griffiths; 100 Backstroke - Paula Dubowik.
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