Monday, October 16, 2017

Monday, October 16, 2017


Pre-Season Winter Sports Sign-Ups
If you haven't put your name on the pre-season list for Winter sports, we ask that you do today! Winter athletes can use this link to sign up Pre-SeasonSign-Ups

November 1st, athletes and coaches will meet after school to sync up about participating and/or try out for Winter Sports.  See this link: MeetingLocations - Coaches will do a roll call based on pre-season sign-ups to ensure they can keep an open line of communication for parents and athletes to be best prepared for the first day of tryouts; and that coaches don’t miss anyone who is interested in Winter sports.

Important Dates for Winter Sports
Concussion testing dates and Paperwork due dates are listed on the Winter portal section of the BHS Athletic website, or select this quick link ImportantDatesforWinter

TODAY in SPORTS
VOLLEYBALL hosting Alvirne in the Bulldog Gym
Freshman @ 3:30
JV @ 4:30
Varsity @ 6pm

JV FOOTBALL along with SPIRIT hosting Concord in the Bulldog Stadium @ 4pm

CONGRATULATIONS
Varsity Girls SOCCER vs. Salem
Shayna Salis assisted by MacKenzie MacEachern 19:10 Rachel Sledjeski 33:50 Shayna Salis assisted by Mia Roy 33:50 Tori Pratt assisted by Morgan Burke 44:20 MacKenzie MacEachern assisted by Shayna Salis 74:00

Girls CROSS COUNTRY @ Brown University Invtiational
The Varsity team finished 6th out of 25 teams in the large school race with a score of 207.  Carly Rinko finished 5th overall in the race, running a huge PR and finishing in a time of 18:41. Other top scorers include Kaitlyn Boles (41) , Riley Mularien (44), Lexi Mahoney (61), and Delaney Flanagan (65). The JV girls finished 3rd out of 15 teams in the large division race with a score of 79. Top performers include Lavinia Nash (14), Niamh Russell (20), Holly Souter (21), Ally O’Neill (22), and Briana Rainey (30). In the Freshman race, Amanda Weddelton and Roisin Russell finished in the top 30. It was a soggy day in Warwick, RI but we pulled off a great day filled with PRs and season bests.

Varsity FOOTBALL vs. Concord

GREAT EFFORT
JV FIELD HOCKEY vs. Winnacunnet
We traveled to Hampton NH to face the tenacious Warriors in a vicious contest.  The game was scoreless at halftime and remained scoreless until the last 4 minutes of the game when Winnacunnet was able to sneak one past our tough defense.  We were unable to answer back resulting in a heartbreaking final game of the season.  I am so proud of our entire team for the hard work, great attitudes, improvements and great sportsmanship that they have showed this season. Way to go Lady Bulldogs!!!  I am so looking forward to next year already!  

Varsity Boys SOCCER vs. Salem
The bulldogs visited Salem and were unable to continue their 12 game win streak as a penalty kick in the 1st minute of the second half was converted by the Blue Devils. Despite a few good chances late, Bedford were unable to capitalize.  Bedford remain in 1st place at 12-2.

Friday, October 13, 2017

Friday-Saturday, October 13-14, 2017

Pre-Season Winter Sports Sign-Ups
We’ve been asking Winter athletes to put their names on a pre-season list in an effort to help Winter coaches and the athletic trainer prepare for tryouts. Over 300 athletes have already completed this important first step.  We’d appreciate all Winter athletes to complete our Pre-Season Sign-Ups list by Friday, October 13.  If we reach our goal, we will have a raffle and select multiple winners.  Athletes can use this link to sign up Pre-SeasonSign-Ups  This is a requirement for Winter sports participation and all Winter athletes must sign up.

November 1st, athletes and coaches will meet after school to sync up about participating and/or try out for Winter Sports.  See this link: MeetingLocations - Coaches will do a roll call based on pre-season sign-ups to ensure they can keep an open line of communication for parents and athletes to be best prepared for the first day of tryouts; and that coaches don’t miss anyone who is interested in Winter sports.

Important Dates for Winter Sports
Concussion testing dates and Paperwork due dates are listed on the Winter portal section of the BHS Athletic website, or select this quick link ImportantDatesforWinter

TODAY in SPORTS
Varsity Girls SOCCER hosting Salem in the Bulldog Stadium @ 6pm

Varsity Boys SOCCER away @ Salem
🚌  departs @ 1:36pm
Athletes dismiss classes @ 1:30

FIELD HOCKEY away @ Winnacunnet
Varsity @ 4pm
JV @ 5:15
🚌  departs @ 1:36pm
Athletes dismiss classes @ 1:30

VOLLEYBALL away @ Timberlane
JV @ 5pm
Varsity @ 6:30

SATURDAY in SPORTS
Varsity FOOTBALL along with SPIRIT away @ Concord @ 1pm

Boys & Girls CROSS COUNTRY away @ Brown University @ 9:20

GOLF @ States @ Portsmouth Country Club @ 10:30

CONGRATULATIONS
JV Girls SOCCER  vs. Concord
Goal 1: Sierra Dinndorf received a cross from the right side and scored by shooting to the back post. (66:26) 

Freshman Boys SOCCER vs. Concord
Tied game!

GREAT EFFORT
Freshman FOOTBALL vs. Concord
The Bulldogs played a tough game against the Concord Freshman and came up short. While there was no shortage of effort, the Bulldogs simply struggled to get their offensive and defensive game moving which allowed Concord to better execute and go on a roll.

Varsity FIELD HOCKEY vs. Londonderry
The girls fell behind 2-0 in the first half but climbed back in with goals by Grace Rooney and Emily O’Keefe – BHS pulled within one to make it 3-2 as the second half got under way.  The game tying goal by Emily O'Keefe with 4 minutes remaining was reversed because it was not touched by a Bedford player prior to  ricocheting off the goalies pads to what appeared to be the game tying goal.

Thursday, October 12, 2017

Thursday, October 12, 2017


Boys ICE HOCKEY Informational Meeting Today @ 3pm
Rooms 136/139

NORIDC SKIING Informational Meeting Today @ 3pm
Room is 119

In an effort to help Winter coaches and our athletic trainer 
plan for tryouts, we are asking all athletes to sign up for
their Winter sport by Friday, October 13th
As a token our appreciation, the first 500 athletes to sign
up will be part of a raffle to win Dunkin Donuts certificates
Multiple Winners!! ....
Please select this link Pre-Season SignUp
to complete your pre-season entry
All Winter athletes are required to sign up - Good luck in the raffle!



TODAY in SPORTS
Varsity FIELD HOCKEY hosting Londonderry in the Bulldog Stadium @ 6:30
Senior Recognition ... Congratulations ~ Amanda, Hannah, Emily, Corrie, Ruth, Madison

Freshman FOOTBALL hosting Concord in the Bulldog Stadium @ 4pm

Freshman Boys SOCCER away vs. Concord @ Memorial Field @ 4pm
🚌  departs @ 2pm
Athletes dismiss classes @ 1:54

JV Girls SOCCER away vs. Concord @ Memorial Field @ 4pm
🚌  departs @ 2pm
Athletes dismiss classes @ 1:54

CONGRATTULATIONS 
JV FIELD HOCKEY vs. Londonderry
We hosted the Londonderry Lancers at the SAU field in a fierce combat.  The game was scoreless at halftime even though we were controlling the ball in our offensive end most of the half.  The entire team played hard and we were able to score in the end of the second half.  The goal came on a penalty corner to Ella Gordon who passed to Ali Vikstrom and Sara Taylor put it in for the score!  Another nail bitter with a happy outcome!

JV and Varsity Boys SOCCER vs. Nashua South
Getting back into the win column, JV Bulldogs got goals from Captains Tommy Saltzman and Kambal Vaidya. Sophomore Vitor Rodrigues added the third goal. Sophomores Jackson Wiley and Avery Hudson assisted on two of the goals. Vaidya’s goal was unassisted as it was earned from a penalty kick; this being the second he has converted in as many games.
Varsity players Charley Speaker provided one goal and one assist while Zach Verow scored the other goal as the bulldogs won their 12th straight.  Aidan Wisherd earned the shutout in goal.

Wednesday, October 11, 2017

Wednesday, October 11, 2017

Boys ICE HOCKEY Informational Meeting on Thursday, October 12 @ 3pm
Rooms 136/139

NORIDC SKIING Informational Meeting on Thursday, October 12 @ 3pm
Room is 119

In an effort to help Winter coaches and our athletic trainer 
plan for tryouts, we are asking all athletes to sign up for
their Winter sport by Friday, October 13th
As a token our appreciation, the first 500 athletes to sign
up will be part of a raffle to win Dunkin Donuts certificates
Multiple Winners!! ....
Please select this link Pre-Season SignUp
to complete your pre-season entry
All Winter athletes are required to sign up - Good luck in the raffle!



TODAY in SPORTS
JV FIELD HOCKEY vs. Londonderry @ the SAU Field @ 3:30
Athletes dismiss classes @ 2:20

Boys SOCCER hosting Nashua South in the Bulldog Stadium
JV @ 4pm
Varsity @ 6pm

CONGRATULATIONS
GOLF NHIAA State Champions!!

JV VOLLEYBALL vs. Salem

JV FIELD HOCKEY vs. Timberlane
A back and forth battle against the Tough Timberlane time yesterday on a beautiful day to play field hockey at BHS.  Everyone played their hearts out and Meg Edred was able to tip a big goal in on a penalty corner with the assist going to Morgan Koellmer  in the first half.  Thankfully that was enough to secure the win for us against the Owls.

Girls SOCCER vs. Nashua South
Varsity Goals
Shayna Salis unassisted (14:25)
Mackenzie MacEachern assisted by Mia Roy (79th minute)
JV Goals / Assists
Goal 1:  Isabelle Tagliaferro finished a shot passed from the right side from Hannah Mikol and Jori Santos. (9:03) 
Goal 2:  Isabelle Tagliaferro finished a through ball from Avery Manni to the lower right corner (13:41)
Goal 3:  Hannah Mikol finished a cross to the lower left corner from Hannah Collins.(18:32) 

Goal 4: Jori Santos dribbled up the left side of the field to score in the lower right corner. (76:01) 

GREAT EFFORT
Freshman and Varsity VOLLEYBALL vs. Salem
Senior outside hitter Sophie Guerra had 6 aces and 5 kills. While Ramou Taal had 4 blocks and 7 kills. Jasmine Attar ran the defense for the Bulldogs with 26 digs, while Jordan Starace led the team with over 29 assists.

Varsity FIELD HOCKEY vs. Timberlane
Bedford suffered a tough loss at home falling to Timberlane 6-2.  Bedford scored first on Emily O’Keefe’s goal 8 minutes into the first half but were unable to stop Timberlanes penalty corners as the Hawks scored 4 of their 6 goals on penalties. 

Tuesday, October 10, 2017

Tuesday, October 10, 2017

Boys ICE HOCKEY Informational Meeting on Thursday, October 12 @ 3pm in Room 136/139

In an effort to help Winter coaches and our athletic trainer 
plan for tryouts, we are asking all athletes to sign up for
their Winter sport by Friday, October 13th

As a token our appreciation, the first 500 athletes to sign
up will be part of a raffle to win Dunkin Donuts certificates
Multiple Winners!! ....
Please select this link Pre-Season SignUp
to complete your pre-season entry
All Winter athletes are required to sign up - Good luck in the raffle!


TODAY in SPORTS
VOLLEYBALL Triple Header hosting Salem in the Bulldog Gum
Freshman @ 3:30pm
JV @ 4:30
Varsity @ 6pm

FIELD HOCKEY hosting  Timberlane in the Bulldog Stadium
JV @ 4pm
Varsity @ 5:30

GOLF NHIAA State Tournament @ Portsmouth @ 9am
All Day Dismissal

Girls SOCCER vs. Nashua South
JV @ High School @ 4pm
Varsity @ Stellos @ 3:30
🚌  departs @ 2pm
Athletes dismiss classes @ 1:54


Results from the Holiday Weekend ...

CONGRATULATIONS
Freshman Boys SOCCER vs. Portsmouth

JV Girls SOCCER vs. Portsmouth
Goal 1: Jori Santos passed the ball off to Rori Forte 25 yards out, who scored a goal by shooting right underneath the crossbar.  (6:00) 
Goal 2: Olivia Stavropoulos finished a deflection off a corner kick 20 yards out.  (27:31)
Goal 3: Isabelle Tagliaferro and Maddie Beaton assisted a goal shot from the top of the 18 to the left side netting scored by Riley Chou. (33:14)

Girls SOCCER vs. Merrimack
Varsity Goals and Assists:
Mackenzie MacEachern assisted by Olivia Coco 19:25
Mia Roy assisted by Kiyomi Okamoto 46:47
Mackenzie MacEachern assisted by Olivia Toolin 69:03
JV Goals and Assists:
Goal 1: Jori Santos finished a corner kick from Maddie Beaton  (5:22) 
Goal 2: Hannah Collins scored from the top of the 18 yard box. (32:09)
Goal 3: Isabelle Tagliaferro scored on a breakaway (61:14) 
Goal 4: Jori Santos scored on a breakaway (68:08) 
Goal 5: Kaitlyn Dinndorf passed the ball to Avery Manni who crossed the ball into Jori Santos who used her body to score at the back post. (78:22) 

JV FOOTBALL vs. Goffstown
Bulldogs won behind a strong team effort.  Well done all around

Varsity Boys SOCCER vs. Merrimack
Mark Keiffer scored a hat trick for the Bulldogs while Graham Reynolds, Charley Speaker, Rich D’Amico, and Aidan Kenny scored a goal each.  Kai Razvi (2 assists), Speaker (2 assists), Rishab Thapa, David Kosky and Donny Crowder provides assists.  Aidan Wisherd and Noah McLeod split time in goal.

GREAT EFFORT
Freshman FOOTBALL vs. Goffstown
The Freshman Bulldogs play tough against a solid Goffstown team. Offensively, the Bulldogs had lots of weapons to put 31 points on the board.  This includes Justin Attair – Quarterback… who stepped at for an injured Aaron Skailing, Hayden Cheney, Dylan Kumbani, Alex Zwickau, Joey Gaumont and Josh Tobin. The Offensive line did a great job opening holes and providing solid pass protection. The O line was lead by Brett Crevling, Mike Kubiki, Teagan Graham, Caleb Boulard and more.  Defensively, the Bulldogs struggled a bit against the pass, but did a good fighting a tough Goffstown offense. Our defense was lead by Ethan Bekkering, Jack Carrol, Owen Bekkert, Sam Lacombe, Alex Pantalakos and more.

JV FIELD HOCKEY vs. Pinkerton
Tough game against the Pinkerton Astro.  We we were unable to score or keep Pinkerton out of our defensive end and consequently suffered our first loss of the season.

JV Boys SOCCER vs. Merrimack
Bulldogs took its first loss of the season on Friday at Merrimack in a tight game. Kambal Vaidya scored his first goal for the Bulldogs late in the second half.

Varsity FOOTBALL vs. Goffstown