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by Marc Ayotte Campbell Wrestlers traveled to Pelham on
Saturday, January 14, to compete in the sixth Annual Dan Gionet Memorial Tournament. The event was held in the PHS gymnasium in honor of the one-time Pelham High student and Python wrestler who tragically lost his life, while overseas in Iraq in the spring of 2006. After a moment of silence in Gionet’s memory and for all those who serve and protect us, an emotional rendition of the national anthem was played before the wrestlers took to the mats. The field consisted of 18 teams including Whittier Tech and Marblehead/Swampscot from Massachusetts, Westerly High from Rhode Island as well as local schools Nashua South, Hollis- Brookline and Windham, to name a few, in addition to host Pelham. Campbell used strong individual performances from Ben Billings, Conor Douglas, Connor Perry and Jack Tremblay in placing eleventh in the team standings. The Cougars finished with 53.5 points, with Nashua South (142.0), Westerly (131.0) and Hollis- Brookline (127.0) holding down the top three spots in the tournament.
Ben Billings had the best Cougar placing on
the day as he finished second in the 126 pound division. The CHS sophomore started his day off in the Snake Pit with a first round bye. In his first match of the day, Billings defeated John Sullivan
of Whittier Tech with a pin at 3:52 of the match. Advancing to the championship bracket semi- finals as a result, Billings faced Josh Vaillancourt of John Stark. Billings, after an early take down had a 2-0 lead. Early in the second period, he bolted to a 6-1 and then took a commanding lead over his Generals opponent on the way to a 14-5 major decision victory. Cougar Coach Tom Gannon qualified Billings’ effort in the semis; “he wrestled really strong, he stayed really composed.” In recognizing Billing’s focus and determination, Tom Gannon added; “that’s the most mature he’s wrestled”. Unfortunately, Billing’s otherwise successful day came to a bitter conclusion when he ran into Georgetown-Ipswich’s human buzz saw in the form of Dave Ingraham in the finals, losing by a 17-0 technical fall.
Another Cougar sophomore with an impressive
showing was Conor Douglas in the 145 weight division. Even though Douglas finished third in his division, because of the timing of his wins and positioning in the brackets, he emerged with the most victories for Campbell on the day. The first of his four wins came with a first round 46-second pin over Frank Cummings (from Franklin). Douglas handled his opponent with obvious relative ease. In his second match of the day-long event, Douglas took a 2-0 lead with a second period take down of Zach Jennings (H-B). The match saw the two wrestlers even at 4 points apiece
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after three periods, forcing an overtime session where Douglas earned an early take down to escape with the 6-4 O.T. win. In the semis of the championship bracket, the Cougar met his match in eventual division champion CJ Widdifield of Westerly, losing by pin at 1:40 of the match. With the loss, Douglas fell to the consolation bracket’s semi-finals. In a match that featured an apparent ‘scoring snafu,’ Douglas survived a tough match and walked away with his second 6-4 OT win of the event. In his next consi’s semi-final event, which was in essence a battle for third/fourth place overall, Douglas/Jennings II took place. In a rematch with H-B’s Zach Jennings, Douglas picked up his second win of the day over the Cavalier (3-2), to place third in the tournament. Other notable Cougar performances were turned in by Connor Perry (132) and Jack Tremblay (106). Each wrestler picked up a pair of wins on the day with Perry losing a match to Tristan Leek of Sanborn who went on to win his weight class. Similarly, Tremblay’s first loss on the day was to Windham’s Jeff Armstrong, who also was crowned the champion in his division. Perry’s two wins included a 23-5 technical fall win over Christian Duquette of Winnisquam and a 24 second pin over Hollis-Brookline’s Will Labadie. Tremblay’s wins came via a 3:28 pin over John Wilcox (JS) and a 27 second pin of Newport’s Riley Cook. Captain Jared Saunders, who has been wrestling
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CHS Wrestlers Compete at Gionet Memorial Tourney, Billings Captures Second
Connor Perry (left) and Conor Douglas flank the memorial photo of former Pelham High student and fallen war
hero Dan Gionet at the 6th Annual Memorial Wrestling tournament named in his honor, held in Pelham on January 14
very well and riding a recent winning streak, missed the competition due to the flu.
Alvirne Boys Drop Decision to Trinity Jordyn Breault of Hudson swimming the butterfly
submitted by Rhonda Bleeker The Rockingham Area Youth Swim (RAYS) team hosted the Manchester Executives Swim team at a dual meet on December 18 at the Salem Workout Club and Wellness Center. Individual events at this meet were limited to 100 yards or less and scoring was dependent on the number of entrants in an event. RAYS swimmers from Litchfield and Hudson scoring in events included Jenna Breault of Hudson who placed third in the 13-14 Girls 100 Back and 100 Breast and fourth in the 50 Free; Emi Caprioglio of Litchfield who placed second in the Girls 9-10 50 Fly and 100 Breast; and Owen Caprioglio who placed first in the Boys
Emi Caprioglio of Litchfield swimming the breaststroke
8 & Under 50 Free, 50 Back and 50 Fly. For the relays, only the first place team scored. Owen Caprioglio was joined by RAYS’ swimmers William Heenanand Jack McCarthy and Miller Swank (Windham) to sprint to first place finishes in both the 100-yard Medley Relay and the 100- yard Freestyle Relay for 8 and under boys. Emi Caprioglio swam the butterfly leg of the 9-10 girls 200-yard Medley Relay. She and teammates Hannah Pickett (Windham), Sasha McNeil (Salem) and Catherine Hazard garnered the first place finish in this relay as well. For additional results and information on the RAYS swim team, visit rays-nh.org
submitted by Jim Tomaswick On Friday night, January13, the Broncos took their 4-1 record on the road to Trinity in a rematch of last year’s semi-final game. Unfortunately, the outcome was the same for the Broncos being on the wrong side of a 50-40 decision. The Broncos went into the game with a height disadvantage and knew scoring from the inside would be difficult against a front court from Trinity averaging 6-feet 7-inches and defends the paint well. Alvirne proved that they could hold their own inside and stepped up their defense with strong play by both Jimmy Tomaswick and Alec Yoksh. Tony Beaulieu also had a solid game defensively as well as on the offensive end scoring eight of his game high 16 points in the first half, which ended with both teams, knotted at 18. Alvirne fell behind by three after the third quarter but with just over two minutes left in the game Sean Dunn (11 points) hit one of his three 3-pointers to put the Broncos ahead by one. Unfortunately that was the last points the Broncos scored in the game. Trinity hit eight out of 10 free throws in the last minute and a half to seal the victory.
Tony Beaulieu splits the Trinity defense
Staff photo by Marc Ayotte
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