Friday, September 18, 2015

Friday / Saturday - September 19 / 20, 2015





All Girls' interested in participating on the
BHS gymnastic team, should attend a brief 
meeting on Thursday (/17) or Friday (9/18)
@ 2:35 in the Athletic Office

TODAY in SPORTS
VOLLEYBALL away @ Winnaucunnet
JV @ 4:30
Varsity @ 6:00

Freshman VOLLEYBALL hosting Winnaucunnet
in the Bulldog Gym @ 4:30

Girls' SOCCER hosting Winnaucunnet
in the Bulldog Stadium
JV @ 4:00
Varsity @ 6:00

SATURDAY in SPORTS
Varsity FOOTBALL and SPIRIT vs. Bishop Guertin
away @ Stellos Stadium @ 7:00

Boys' and Girls' CROSS COUNTRY
@ Nashua South

CONGRATULATIONS
Freshman FOOTBALL vs. Bishop Guertin
The Bulldog’s faced a determined BG Cardinal football team in the Bulldog Stadium. The offense consistently moved the ball with exceptional running by running backs Ryan Toscano and Harry LeGoullon. Bulldog QB’s Ryan Donahue and Lucien Mumpini made significant contributions and put points on the board. The running backs and Q’s were supported by a powerful offensive line, which featured great play from Aidan Livingston, Ryan Fox, Tim Galamaga, Daryl Lennon, Bobby Kurowski, Andrew Bard, and Camron Piscentini. Bulldog receivers made critical contributions including solid play by Johnny Redman and Nick Landman.

The Bulldog defense held the BG Cardinal’s to zero points throughout 4 quarters and made contributions to the teams overall points.  Defensive play was delivered by Brandon Doyon, Jacoby Collins, Andrew Twite, Noah Hughes, Nick Fino, Christian Bourgious, Zach Garron, and Lucas Codair. The Bulldog special teams came through with great kick offs and PAT kicks by Madison Lucotoni and a great tackle on a kick off by Michael Schumann putting the Cardinals deep in their own territory.  All around a great team effort where everyone got to play and contribute to the Bulldog’s win.

Varsity and JV FIELD HOCKEY vs. Nashua South
Varsity  Bulldogs played strong compliling 19 shots and scoring 4 times.  Sophomore Karina Schappler (2) Anne Marie Manella (1) and Jackie Harrington (1) all contributed to the scoring and Junior Paige Noble recorded her 3rd shut out on 7 saves, including a blocked penalty shot with 4 minutes remaining in the first half.  JV player Caroline Scott scored both goals in the first half.  In the second half Andrea DelGiudice had two tallies and Emily O'Keeffe and Maddy Graves each had one.  This team is finding connections with passing to each other and moving more efficiently around their opponents. 

GOLF vs. Keene and Londonderry


Boys' SOCCER vs. Winnacunnet
For the first 25 minutes Winnacunnet gave the Bulldogs their sternest test of the season playing skillful soccer. However, this maturing Bulldogs team produced quite a performance on a perfect field. Nine goals from 12 shots showed the clinical nature of a team that is clearly enjoying its soccer. Just as impressive was the performance of the bench who played a large portion of the second half - a very impressive performance!  Goals scored by: 
Charley Statires (3)
Mark Keiffer (2)
Connor Keiffer
AJ Pratt
Cory Wallace
Mike Kitsis

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