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Alvirne Wrestlers Compete in Freshmen State Championship Tournament
submitted by Sandra Manning On Saturday, January 14, five of the seven freshmen Bronco wrestlers headed to Concord to compete in the State Championship Tournament. More than 12 teams from all parts of New Hampshire attended with a total of 96 freshmen wrestlers taking their best to the mat hoping to earn the top spot in their weight class to become State Champ.
The freshmen wrestlers that competed included Evan Manning weight class (145), Taylor Thyne (106), John Plante (113), Ben Katsohis (120) and Brycen Yarmo (182) with Coach Mirabella coaching the talented boys. Taylor Thyne (106) took first place with three wins, two matches with points and one with a pin. Earning him the title of “State Champ” in the 106-weight class. Evan Manning (145) took second place in the 145-weight class with a pin in his first match and a win with points for his second match and lost in the finals.
John Plante (113) had one win and two losses. Ben Katsohis (120) had two difficult matches and wrestled hard, Brycen Yarmo (182) earned one win with two losses. Congratulations to Taylor and Evan for each earning a spot on the podium and good job to all the boys for wrestling so hard and never giving up.
AHS Girls Win Streak Still Alive
by Sue LaRoche The Lady Broncos are on a three game win streak as they squeaked past Timberlane 54-53 on the road Friday, January 20. Alvirne defeated Exeter on January 10 on the road, beat Trinity at home and took the victory against Timberlane for a three game win streak that the Broncos will hope to keep alive on Friday, January 27, against Keene, again on the road. The Broncos took a 12-11 lead on the first quarter and extended that to a 30-26 lead at the half. Timberlane narrowed the gap to 42-40 in the third quarter as they outscored the Broncos 14-12 in that quarter. Again Timberlane outscored the Broncos 13-12 in the final stanza but Alvirne managed to hang on for the one point victory. Sandi Purcell and Veronica Moceri led the Broncos with 21 points apiece. Brittney Lambert ruled the boards as she grabbed nine rebounds while Leanne Winans hit three clutch free throws down the stretch. The young Bronco squad is now 4-5 on the season in NHIAA Division 1 basketball.
The Lady Broncos had a rare home game on
Friday, January 13, and they did not disappoint as they defeated Trinity 44-41. Alvirne was down 24-16 at the half but they dug in and outscored Trinity 28-17 in the second half to secure the victory. The Broncos had great defensive efforts from
Tori LaRoche, Emily Barry, and Kaycee Carbone to claw their way back into the game. Sandi Purcell led the balanced scoring attack with 12 points followed by Emily Barry and Venessa Jacques with seven points each, followed by Tori LaRoche with six points, Maya Desfosses with four points, Brittney Lambert and Kaycee Carbone with three points each, and Jessica Underwood with two points. Brittney Lambert was a force on the boards as she hauled down seven rebounds, followed by Desfosses and LaRoche with five each. The Broncos won’t be home again until
February 7 when they have the tall task of hosting 7-1 Londonderry.
Campbell Relayers Run Away With D-3 Championships
by Marc Ayotte The team and individual championships for
Division III indoor track were held this past Saturday, January 22, on the Gorham campus of the University of Southern Maine. The Campbell squad performed admirably in each of the boys and girls divisions. The boys finished second in the team competition with 40 points, trailing only the champion Wild Cats of Fall Mountain (68). The Lady Cougars had a very respectable showing of their own, finishing third with 30 points in the ladies competition. Monadnock (56) and arch rival Conant (45) finished in first and second place, respectively. Individual awards were presented to the top six places in each event with Campbell impressively amassing a total of eight top-three finishes scattered amongst the various individual and team relay events. Highlighting the day for Campbell High was the joint-gender accomplishments of its relay teams. Both the boys’ and girls’ 4 x 200 relay teams exhibited their individual as well as collective speed in capturing first place in their respective divisions. The boys’ team comprised of Justin Prindle, Jacob Mercier, Jessy Lamontagne, and Tim Heaton successfully passed the baton in a time of 1:44.34. The girls’ team which showcased the talents of Christina Minervini, Caitlin Heaton, Brianna Silck, and Savannah Cavanaugh raced to the finish line with a time of 1:56.58. Justin Prindle turned in two tremendous
individual performances in addition to being a member of the relay team. The Cougar junior collared first place in the 300 meter as he crossed the finish line in 38.17 seconds. Prindle picked
up another award, finishing third in the 55 dash with a time of 7 seconds flat. In addition to ‘Prindle’s Prime Time Performances’ the Cougars received solid individual efforts from Travis Manning, Dan Simard, Nick Sturzo, Lucas Dube and Jacob Mercier. In breaking his own Campbell school record, Manning ran the 1500 meter in a time of 4:41.77 to finish sixth in the division. Sturzo and Dube, competing in the 1,000 meter finished 37 hundredths of a second apart. Sturzo finished fourth with a time of 2:54:45 while Dube was on his heels at 2:54:82, good for fifth place. In the shot put event, Simard launched the 12-pound sphere a distance of 36-feet 10-inches in finishing fourth overall. In addition to his role on the 4 x 200 relay team, Mercier’s time of 40.84 in the 300 meter gave him a sixth place finish. In the 4 x 400 relay, the combination of Prindle, Mercier, Heaton, and Kyle Messer (3:57:76) finished third. Among the best Lady Cougar individual performances were the finishes of Savannah Cavanaugh and Christina Minervini in the 55 dash. Cavanaugh’s time of 7.84 seconds was good for second place, just edging out teammate Minervini, whose third place award reflected a time of 8.14 seconds. Cavanaugh also had a nice showing in the 300 meter with a fourth place finish of 45.79 seconds. In the 55 hurdles, Brianna Silck’s 9.9-second burst was good for third place in the event. With a distance of 13- feet 9 3/4-inches, Silck also finished fourth in the long jump. The 4 x 400 relay team of Minervini, Heaton, Meaghan Dyer, and Michelle Pomerleau finished fifth with a time of 4:48.77.
AHS Gymnasts Continue to Compete
by Sue LaRoche The four young ladies who are competing in gymnastics have competed well in two meets held in January. These young ladies are competing independently as there are not enough gymnasts to complete a team for Alvirne High School. On January 11, the girls competed at Salem High School. Shelby Kingsley scored 7.30 on vault, 5.60 on bars and 7.20 on floor followed by Kayla Page who scored 7.45 on vault, 5.60 on beam and 7.80 on floor.
scored a 7.40 on vault, 6.20 on bars, 6.55 on beam and 8.10 on floor. Hailey Boulia scored 7.60 on vault, 5.50 on bars, 5.20 on beam and
8.00 on floor. On January 19, the girls competed at Nashua North with Shelby Kingsley scoring a 7.50 on vault, 5.00 on bars and 6.80 on the floor. Kayla Page scored 7.85 on vault, 5.60 on beam and 7.30 on floor.
Jessica Wambsganss tallied 7.45
on vault, 6.20 on bars, 6.60 on beam and 6.90 on floor and Hailey Boulia scored 7.80 on vault, 6.00 on bars, 6.50 on beam and 7.00 on floor. The girls’ next two meets will be on Saturdays as they travel to Gymnastics Village in Amherst to compete in a meet hosted by Souhegan with a start time of 2 p.m. and February 2 at Nashua North with a start time of 7 p.m.
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