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by Marc Ayotte Lady Pythons Consume Cougars The Pelham girls’ basketball team hosted

ConVal in a Division III matchup on Friday, February 3, in the Snake Pit. The Cougars came limping in from Peterborough with a 2-9 record, having lost six of their last seven, while the Pythons were fresh off an excellent performance against Hollis-Brookline, despite having only a 3-8 record to show for their improving play of late. The Pythons used a sensational 19 point exhibition from junior Gina Grimes, as she scored in the paint and beyond the arch in leading Pelham to a 65-38 crushing of ConVal. In an entertaining start to the contest, the Pythons used early triples by Grimes and Jordan Parece to keep pace with a Cougar team that appeared ready to play. With Pelham leading 11- 10, a strong drive to the hoop by Becca DeBaldo for two and a quarter ending midrange jumper by guard Kirsten Salois gave the Pythons a 15-10 lead after the first eight minutes of play.

Freshman Katelyn Surprenant puts up a runner against the Cougars in the Snake Pit

DeBaldo opened up the second quarter scoring the Python’s first five points, and with 6:38 remaining, her free throw doubled-up ConVal at 20-10. Grimes’ second trifecta of the half with 5:15 left pushed the Pelham lead to 23-12 as the home team seemed ready to distance themselves from the blue and gold. After nearly a four minute hiatus from scoring, on both sides of the midcourt line, the Pythons closed out the half on a 6-0 run.

A Katelyn Surprenant jumper followed by a pair of free throws from Brenda Pietrillo and DeBaldo gave Pelham a comfortable 32-15 lead heading into the locker room. The Pythons went for the kill to start the third, going on a 7-0 run. After a top of the key jumper by Parece and a Surprenant penetration drive kick-out to Grimes for her third triple of the night, Pelham had opened up their biggest lead of the game at 39-15, forcing the Cougars into a time out. Although they played their weakest quarter defensively, giving up 13 third quarter points, the Pythons still had the game well in hand, 47-28 after three. Going through the motions in the final frame, Pelham improved their record to 4-8, coasting to the 27 point victory. After the game, Coach Bob Shepard was pleased with the 65 point offensive output, though he did admit this was the first time his team had put together back to back solid efforts. The Python coach was quick to voice appreciation for the contribution from his two super freshman; Katelyn Surprenant (7) and Lauren Andrson (4) combined for eleven points in the victory. Elsewhere on the stat sheet, Becca DeBaldo scored 13, going nine of 12 from the charity stripe. Sophomore point guard Jordan Parece had another fine game, running the offense and scoring 11 points, while junior Brenda Pietrillo chipped in with five. Pow, Wow, And How On Tuesday, February 7, the Lady Pythons

continued their play-off push with a resounding 58-21 win over the Indians of Sanborn Regional. Pelham defeated Sanborn in their earlier meeting in Kingston and the rematch in the Snake Pit resulted in even a bigger hurtin’. Alicia Gendron stepped up big time for Pelham, pouring in 13 points on the heels of three consecutive second quarter trifectas. The girls’ basketball team celebrated senior night in which they dedicated the game to their lone senior, Kathryn Mostone. The honoree responded nicely with six points, matching her season high. Gina Grimes continued her fine play, contributing 10 points while Katelyn Surprenant and Hannah Paitchel each tossed in seven. After the win, Pelham now stands at five wins against eight losses and on the outskirts of the playoff picture. The Pythons take on Pembroke on the Spartan’s home court on Friday, February 10, in what Coach Shepard admits is a must win situation for his team. With respect to his chances against Pembroke, which is four rungs up the ladder than is Pelham in the Division II standings, Shepard says of his team; “I think they are playing the best they have all year” adding, “I am fairly confident going into Pembroke.” With four games remaining in the season, the Pythons have a tough task at hand, as they close the season with four consecutive road games.


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by Chris White Windham High’s indoor track and field teams competed at the Division 2 State Championships at Dartmouth College on Sunday, February 5. The Windham boys scored 12 points to tie for 11th place overall with Plymouth and St. Thomas Aquinas. Meanwhile, the Windham girls totaled six points to earn a share of 15th place with Goffstown in their competition. Senior Derek Gray led the Windham boys with a third-place finish in the 55-meter dash. Gray sprinted to a time of 6.66 seconds, a personal best and new school record for Windham High. Gray’s 55 meter time put him in fourth overall across all divisions in the state, as he qualified to run at the New England Championships later this month.

Windham Indoor Track Competes at Division 2 Championships “Derek brought more intensity and focus than

I’ve ever seen from an athlete,” Windham coach Ryan O’Connor said. “He’s proof that if you want something badly enough and you’re willing to put the work into it, great things will happen. Derek had a goal and went after it. Now he’s one of the best in the region.” Windham’s 4x200-meter relay team of Gray,

Kennie Padin, Brandon Dreyfuss, and CJay DiPrima also performed well. The team took third overall with a time of 1:36.48, achieving a personal best and a new school record in the event. “The boys were ranked first going into it and knew it was going to be a battle with about four teams,” O’Connor said of the 4x200 relay. “I’m

very proud of the way they competed and we’ll be back in the spring to go after it then.” There were a few other highlights for the boys’ team as well. The 4x400 relay team of Joe Forti, Mike Sheahan, Jacob Estevez, and Ryan Cleary set a new school record and season-best of 3:52.06. Patrick Fitzgerald (18 feet, 10 inches), DiPrima (18 feet, eight-and-one-quarter inches), and Cleary (18 feet, five-and-a-half inches) all competed in the long jump. Meanwhile, Sheahan also ran to a time of 1:29.67 for seventh place in the 600 meters. For the Windham girls, freshman Kristen

Tilleytook fourth place in the 600 meters. Tilley ran a time of 1:42.69, a personal best and new school record for Windham.

“Kristen is a special athlete,” O’Connor said.

“To execute her race plan the way she did and run the time she ran shows that this is only the beginning for her.”

Also setting a new program record for the

Jaguars was junior Kate Farrell. Farrell placed fifth overall in the 3000 meterswith a time of 11:11.82. “This is the second year in a row Kate has placed in this race,” O’Connor said. “She ran hard and muscled out a pretty good time. She’s been a great role model for our young distance crew.”

Additionally, the girls’ 4x200-meter relay of Sam Crichton, Cailyn Costa, Delanie Kneeland, and Megan Gosselin set a season-best and new school record of 1:57.59.

Staff photos by Marc Ayotte

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