Hudson - Litchfield News | February 10, 2012 - 15
submitted by Jim Tomaswick On Friday, February 3, the Alvirne boys’ basketball team looked to remain unbeaten at home as they hosted the Salem Blue Devils. Fresh off their 25 point victory earlier in the week, Alvirne came out flat and not prepared for the defensive and offensive discipline of a solid Salem team. Alvirne fell behind by 10 after the first quarter 20-10 but made a solid run in the second quarter cutting Salem’s lead in half by half time trailing 29-24. Salem capitalized on the seven Alvirne turnovers in the second half and also out rebounded the Broncos 17-9 in the half which lead to Alvirne’s first home loss of the season 61- 43. Leading the Broncos offensively was Tony Beaulieu who had 16 points and five assists. The Broncos traveled to Londonderry on
Tuesday, February 7, to take on the 1-9 Lancers. As seems to be the case this season the fans were not disappointed as the Broncos came from as many as 8 points down in the second half to steal a four point victory on the road 44-40. Londonderry controlled the pace of the game minimizing Alvirne’s fast break style of play. When Alvirne tried to take advantage of their height advantage inside they often found themselves in a double or triple team. With less than 40 seconds left in the game Alvirne’s Sean Dunn hit two free throws to give the Bronco’s the lead. Londonderry came down and missed a lay- up and Jimmy Tomaswick (13 points, 7 rebounds) grabbed the rebound and hit Dunn who was fouled by the Lancers. Dunn hit the next two
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Jimmy Tomaswick splits the Londonderry defense
free throws sealing the victory. Alvirne was led offensively by Tyler Livingston who had 20 points including four three-pointers. Alvirne will travel to Nashua South on Friday.
2012 Track & Field State Championship
by Sue LaRoche The four person Alvirne gymnastics team competed in another two meets this season and they will have one more meet on February 10 hosted by Exeter, held at Gymnastics at Brentwood Commons. On January 28, the girls competed at the Independents meet hosted by Souhegan High School at Gymnastics Village in Amherst. Shelby Kingsley scored 7.60 on vault, 5.20 on bars and 6.009 on floor. Kayla Page scored a 7.50 on vault, 6.50 on beam and 7.00 on floor.
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submitted by Coach Rothe On Sunday, February 5, the Alvirne Girls Track
Team competed in the Division 1 Track & Field State Championships. There were eight athletes that qualified to participate in the meet. The 4 x 800 meter relay team consisted of Erica Notini, Sarah Rossetti, Marie Morrier, and Lydia Lyman. The 4 x 200 meter relay team consisted of Livi Gosselin, Krissy Rowe, Meghan McCarthy, and Kendall Brigham. Qualifying for individual events were Livi Gosselin in the 55 meter hurdles who
finished in eighth place, Marie Morrier in the 1000 meters who finished in ninth place, and Lydia Lyman in the 1500 meters who finished in ninth place. The 4 x 200 meter relay team finished in seventh place. The 4 x 800 meter relay team finished in first place winning the State Championship. Their time of 10:04.0 was a new school record. Congratulations to all the girls who competed this season.
Campbell’s Prindle Places Second at States
by Marc Ayotte Justin Prindle highlighted the performances of Campbell’s indoor track team with an individual second place finish in the men’s 300 meter, last Sunday, February 5, at the NH state championship held on the campus of Dartmouth College. Prindle finished the race with a time of 37.22 seconds; finishing .30 seconds ahead of third place finisher Ryan Sichler of Souhegan and .86 seconds behind the winner. The Cougar sprinter also had an eleventh place finish in the 55 meter with a time of 6.92 seconds, rounding out a solid showing in the states. As a result of Prindle’s second place finish in the 300m, he has qualified to compete in the New England Championships to be held in March. Leading the way for girls’ individual accomplishments were Savannah
Cavanaugh, who placed 12th in the 55 meter with a time of 7.89 and Brianna Silck, who placed 10th in the 55 Hurdles with a time of 10.08. The boys’ and girls’ relay teams each produced top 10 finishes in their respective races. The Lady Cougars relay team of Cavanaugh, Silck, Caitlin Heaton and Christina Minervini recorded an eighth place finish with a 4x200 time of 1:54.8. Meanwhile, Prindle, Jessy Lamontagne, Tim Heaton and Jacob Mercier comprised the boys’ 4x200 relay team which ran the race in 1:40.84, good for a ninth place finish. Additionally, the boys 4x400 team finished 15th in a time of 3:58. Members competing on that team were Kyle Messer, Travis Manning, Nick Dube and Nick Sturzo.
Hudson Gymnasts Compete in Massachusetts Meet
submitted by Anne Boulia Nashua School of Gymnastics Level 4-7 Teams went to the 2012 “Oh The Places You’ll Go” meet on January 28 and 29. The meet hosted by Legends Gymnastics was held at Andover High School in Andover, MA. The scores for the Hudson area gymnasts from NSG are as follows: Level 4 (7-8): Annika Sinclair who previously qualified for Sectionals, had an all around score of 34.40 (fifth). She scored 8.00 on vault, 9.00 (fourth) on bars, 8.85 (fourth) on beam and 8.55 on floor. Casey Orner who qualified for second
Sectionals, had an all around score of 31.65 (12th place). She scored 7.40 on vault, 7.60 on bars, 8.30 on beam and 8.35 on floor. Level 6 (9-10): Devon Rosier who previously qualified for Sectionals, had an all around score of 33.55 (sixth). She scored 9.05 (third) on vault, 7.45 on bars, 9.450 (first) on beam and 7.60 on floor. Level 7 (12-13): Blake Boulia who previously qualified for NH States, had an all around score of 32.075. She scored 8.75 on vault, 6.85 on bars, 7.775 on beam and 8.70 on floor.
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AHS Gymnasts Continue to Compete
The Broncos will be competing in the NHIAA States on February 19, hosted by Salem High School. Each of the girls will compete at the States since they have competed in the requisite four meets and have three judgement scored in the events that they will compete in. All four gymnasts will compete, but only Boulia and Wambsganss will compete in all four events as only two members of a squad are permitted to do so. With only the top six in each event qualifying for the New Englands, the girls will have their work cut out for them. This Bronco squad is proud to represent this sport, and their school.
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