Wednesday, September 30, 2015

Wednesday, September 30, 2015

Girls' JV SOCCER practice CANCELED

Girls' Varsity SOCCER practice is 
relocated to the SAU Field @ 3:15

Girls and Boys' Freshman SOCCER 
vs. Manchester Central CANCELED
Reschedule Date TBD

GOLF away @ Souhegan Woods is 
POSTPONED to Friday

Boys' and Girls' CROSS COUNTRY 
practice CANCELED

TODAY in SPORTS

VOLLEYBALL hosting Pinkerton in the Bulldog Gym
Freshman / JV @ 4:00
Varsity @ 5:30

FIELD HOCKEY hosting Dover
Varsity @ 4:00
JV @ 5:15

GREAT EFFORT
Varsity Boys' SOCCER vs. Concord
Varsity Bulldogs should be proud of the way they matched up with a very talented and physical Concord team. Taking the lead with a well taken Charlie Statires goal in the 11th minute, the Bulldogs showed their class for the rest of the half with some of their best soccer of the season.  Although the Bulldogs eventually came out second best, the team played magnificent with the back four of Gould, Wallace, Bauer, and Sledjeski.  Tough loss but the game showed that our young team can match up with the very best in the State.

Boys' and Girls' CROSS COUNTRY hosting 
Concord and Merrimack
The rain held off until the very end of the boys' race.  We had a soggy celebration for the seniors, but it was a great one!  Bedford girls' took second place at the home meet with 33 points to Concord’s 22. Merrimack was third with 65 points. Top scorers for the meet include Caroline Mahoney (4th), Sheila Synan (5th), Delaney Flanagan (7th), Jamie Salvatore (8th), and Sophie Lehmann (9th). 

Tuesday, September 29, 2015

Tuesday, September 29, 2015


TODAY in SPORTS
Boys' and Girls' CROSS COUNTRY
hosting Concord and Merrimack @ St. Anselm
College @ 4:00  SENIOR RECOGNITION
Congratulations! Kayley, Cailin, Emerson, Heather, Sophie, Alexandra, Alyssa, Erika, Emma, Brianna, Shay, Joshua, Brian, Zachary, Theodore
Athletes dismiss classes @ 2:24
Bus departs @ 2:30

GOLF hosting Merrimack and Salem @ Manchester 
Country Club @ 3:30  SENIOR RECOGNITION
Congratulations! Nicholas, Andrew, Justin, Connor, Sean, Nathaniel, Michael, Timothy

Varsity and JV Boys' SOCCER away @ Concord
4:00 @ Memorial Field (70 South Fruit Street)
Athletes dismiss classes @ 2:24
Bus departs @ 2:30


CONGRATULATIONS
JV FIELD HOCKEY vs. Winnacunnet
First goal was scored by Makayla MacDermott in the first half and Callie DeLisle tallied the winning goal in the seconded half.  A hard fought game and a big win for the Bulldogs!!

JV FOOTBALL vs. Manchester Memorial

Girls' SOCCER vs. Concord
Varsity
Saylor Clark assisted by Rachel Philbrick
Saylor Clark assisted by Mia Roy

JV
Megan Tipping scored off a shot between the goalie and the post.
Marisa Johnson penalty kick.
Sadie McIver finished a corner kick with her head at the back post.
Megan Tipping scored at the back post off a cross from Sara Cote.
Megan Tipping scored from the right side of the 18 yard box.
Sadie McIver finished a pass from Mackenzie Chou into the lower right corner.
Sara Cote scored from the right corner of the 18 yard box.

GREAT EFFORT
Varsity VOLLEYBALL vs. Concord
Courtney O'Connell led the way with 13 kills.  Althea Gere provided 9 service points and 4 digs, and teammate Rachel Larrivee finished with 5 kills.

Monday, September 28, 2015

Monday, September 28, 2015


TODAY in SPORTS
FIELD HOCKEY away @ Winnacunnet
Varsity @ 4:00
JV @ 5:15
Athletes dismiss classes @ 2:09
Bus departs @ 2:15

JV FOOTBALL away @ Manchester Memorial
Athletes dismiss classes @ 2:24
Bus departs @ 2:30

VOLLEYBALL away @ Concord
JV @ 4:00
Varsity @ 5:30

Girls' SOCCER hosting Concord @ 4:00
JV @ Joppa Fields (150 Joppa Rd)
Varsity in the Bulldog Stadium (BHS)

CONGRATULATIONS
Girls' Freshman SOCCER vs. Londonderry
Goal Scorers:
Sarah Ghiorzi 1 – (5)
Lily Bromley 1 – (6)
Caroline Herz 2 – (6)
Assists:
Sarah Cote 2 – (10)
Kyla Florian 1 – (11)
Lily Bromley 1 – (3)
Sara Ghiorzi 1 – (4)

Varsity Boys' SOCCER hosting Hanover
This was our toughest game of the season, against a very competitive, highly skilled opponent. The game was decided in the 75th minute by a fantastic strike from Charlie Statires who hit the top left hand corner of the net from 30 yards. A worthy winner for an extremely tough game.

Varsity FOOTBALL and SPIRIT vs. Memorial

GREAT EFFORT
Boys' and Girls' CROSS COUNTRY
Overall the boys' team had a great meet marking many personal records throughout the day! Six of seven Varsity boys set personal records. JV also had many personal records.  Bedford’s Girls' Varsity team took 16th place out of 32 teams in the Large School race at the Manchester Invitational with 415 points.  Leya Salis was the first Bedford finisher in fifth place overall with a time of 18:54. Other top scorers for the Bulldogs include: Caroline Mahoney (59th), Sophie Lehmann (111th) , Elizabeth Mailhot (122nd), and Kayley Bowen (130th).  The team finished 9th out of the 27 teams represented at the meet with 229 points, only 2 points behind Merrimack and 3 points behind Mt. Mansfield. Emerson Desmarais was the top finisher for Bedford in 29th place.  In the Freshman race, Bedford finished 7th out of 11 teams. Delaney Flanagan was the top scorer with a 22nd place finish.

Boys' Freshman SOCCER vs. Londonderry
Goals:  John Hummel, Jack Moore
Assists:  Joey Pollak

Varsity VOLLEYBALL vs.  Bishop Guertin
Courtney O'Connell led the way with 14 kills and 5 blocks. Cyan Vasquez provided 22 assists, and teammate Rachel Larrivee finished with four blocks and 7 kills. Jenna Gosselin and Althea Gere combined for 18 digs.

Friday, September 25, 2015

Friday / Saturday, September 25 / 26, 2015



It’s Homecoming weekend and we wanted to let you know that BHS is participating in the New Hampshire Tackles Hunger program tonight and tomorrow.  This program supports the greatest current challenge faced by the New Hampshire Food Bank for hunger relief for those less fortunate. 

Please show your support by brining a non-perishable food item to any of our home games tonight and tomorrow.  Be a part of the fan club - Come and support the hunger drive and bring non-perishable food items to one of the many games during Homecoming weekend.  Go Bulldogs!



TODAY in SPORTS
GOLF away vs. Pinkerton @ 
Hoodcroft Country Club @ 3:15
Athletes dismiss classes @ 2:09
Bus departs @ 2:15



Boys' and Girls' Freshman SOCCER
away @ Londonderry @ 4:00
**Please Note - Specific Field Directions**
BOYS'' play at the Londonderry Middle School game field, which is located 
behind the back left side of the Middle School, (313  Mammoth Road)
GIRLS'' play at Panther Park.  This field is located on the north side of the
Londonderry HIGH school below the dirt parking lot.

Freshman VOLLEYBALL away
@  Bishop Guertin @ 4:00

VOLLEYBALL hosting Bishop Guertin
in the Bulldog Gym
JV @ 4:00
Varsity @ 5:30

SATURDAY in SPORTS
Boys' and Girls' CROSS COUNTRY
away Manchester Invitational @ the
Derryfield Park @ 9:00am

Boys' SOCCER hosting Hanover
in the Bulldog Stadium
JV @ 1:00
Varsity @ 3:00

Varsity FOOTBALL and SPIRIT
hosting Manchester Memorial in the
Bulldog Stadium @ 7:00

CONGRATULATIONS
Girls' Freshman SOCCER vs. Exeter 
Goals:  Emma Tagliaferro, Lily Bromley, Sarah Côte
Assists: Sarah Ghiorzi, Isabelle Poschmann, Anna Pollock, Kyla Florian


Freshman FOOTBALL vs. Memorial
The Bulldog’s faced a tenacious Memorial Crusader football team on the road. The Bulldog 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 on the ground and in the air and put points on the board. This included 2 TD passes to Noah Hughes. The running backs and Q’s were supported by a powerful offensive line, which featured great play from Tim Galamaga who stepped up to Center for an injured Aidan Livingston, Ryan Fox, Daryl Lennon, Jacoby Collins, and Andrew Twite.  The Bulldog powerful defensive play was delivered by Brandon Doyon, 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.  All around a great team effort where all Bulldogs got to play and contribute to the team’s win!

Varsity Girls' SOCCER vs. Nashua North 
Goals:   Sophia Dobrowski assisted by Saylor Clark
Assists:  Meghan Foley assisted by Saylor Clark and Mia Roy 
assisted by Regan Schiappa

GREAT EFFORT
Boys' Freshman SOCCER vs. Exeter 
Goal Scored by Toby Sarette
Assist by Jack Moore

Thursday, September 24, 2015

Thursday, September 24, 2015

TODAY in SPORTS

BASS FISHING Qualifying Round
@ Lake Winnipesaukee @ 8am

Boys' and Girls' Freshman SOCCER
away @ Exeter @ 4:00
**Please Note - Specific Field Directions**
Boys' are playing on the track field (next to the stadium) 
Girls' are playing on the front field
Athletes dismiss classes @ 2:24
Bus departs @ 2:30

Freshman FOOTBALL away
@ Manchester Memorial @ 5:30

Girls' SOCCER hosting Nashua North @ 4:00
JV @ Joppa Fields (150 Joppa Hill Rd)
Varsity in the Bulldog Stadium (BHS)







Wednesday, September 23, 2015

Wednesday, September 23, 2015



Check out our 2015-2016 NHIAA Executive Committee Leader and Student Athlete Ambassadors


TODAY in SPORTS

No athletic games scheduled ...



Tuesday, September 22, 2015

Tuesday, September 22, 2015

TODAY in SPORTS
No athletic games scheduled ...

CONGRATULATIONS

JV FOOTBALL vs. Bishop Guertin
Hard fought win!

Varsity VOLLEYBALL vs. Goffstown
Standouts were Courtney O'Connell with 13 kills and 5 blocks, Cyan Vasquez with 25 service points and 27 assists, Althea Gere with 6 digs, Jenna Gosselin with 9 digs.  Rachel Larrivee also turned in a great performance with 6 kills and 5 blocks.

FIELD HOCKEY vs. Manchester Central
Goals were scored by Varsity players Amy Gagliardi, Shanna Scribner, and Jacquelyn Harrington.  JV scored early in the 1st half Danielle Lucey assisted by Caroline Scott and had 2 more goals by half time one scored by Sydney Lynch and the other by Erica Greiner.  In the second half Erica Griener tallied her second goal of the season.  


Monday, September 21, 2015

Monday, September 21, 2015


TODAY in SPORTS

JV FOOTBALL and SPIRIT hosting Bishop Guertin
@ 3:30 in the Bulldog Stadium

VOLLEYBALL hosting Goffstown
in the Bulldog Gym
JV @ 4:00
Varsity @ 5:30

Freshman VOLLEYBALL away 
@ Goffstown @ 4:00

FIELD HOCKEY hosting Manchester
Central in the Bulldog Stadium
Varsity @ 6:00
JV @ 7:15

CONGRATULATIONS
Varsity VOLLEYBALL vs. Winnaucunnet
Standouts for Bedford were Courtney O'Connell with 12 kills, Cyan Vasquez with 7 service points and 23 assists.  Rachel Larrivee chipped in with 3 blocks and 4 kills, Jenna Gosselin with 16 digs, and Althea Gere with 10 digs.

Girls' SOCCER vs. Winnaucunnet
Varsity scorers:
Saylor Clark unassisted
Saylor Clark assisted by Grace Goyette
Torie Trompak unassisted
Meghan Foley assisted by Sophia Dobrowski 
JV tied the game with Solid play from Morgan Burke in the net.  Sadie MacIver x 2!

GREAT EFFORT
Girls' CROSS COUNTRY
Bedford’s Varsity team took 8th pace overall at the Nashua Invitational today with a score of 188. Leya Salis, our top scorer, won the race with a 23 second lead, finishing in 19:03. Other top finishes for Bedford include Kimmy Fountain (41st overall), Delaney Flanagan (43rd overall), Elizabeth Mailhot (50th overall), and Jamie Salvatore (59th overall). 
Bedford’s JV team finished 2nd out of the ten teams at the meet with 63 points. Pinkerton won with 46 points. Sophie Lehmann finished third overall in the race; Kayley Bowen was 8th.


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

Thursday, September 17, 2015

Thursday, September 17, 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

Freshman FOOTBALL hosting Bishop Guertin

in the Bulldog Stadium @ 3:30

FIELD HOCKEY hosting Nashua South in the
Bulldog Stadium
JV @ 6:00
Varsity @ 7:15

GOLF away Bretwood CC with Keene
and Londonderry @ 3:30
Golfers dismiss classes @ 1:14
Bus departs @ 1:20

Boys' SOCCER away @ Winnacunnet
JV @ 5:00
Varsity @ 6:00


CONGRATULATIONS
Boys' SOCCER vs. Spaulding
Goal scorers: Mark Keiffer, Mike Kitsis x 2!, Josh Bauer, and Charlie Statires led the Varsity Bulldogs to victory. JV played against a spirited Spaulding team. Special recognition goes to Connor Crowley, Mac Chen, and Joe Aiello who communicated well on the field Goals and Assists by:
Rishab Thapa assisted by Kai Razvi Alex Quinones unassisted Kai Razvi assisted by Alex Quinones Ben Como PK Rishab Thapa unassisted Max Boyarsky assisted by Aidan Kenny Ryan Dinndorf assisted by Kai Razvi Max Boyarsky assisted by Mac Chen Max Boyarsky assisted by Jake Boyarsky

Girls' Varsity SOCCER vs. Spaulding 

Saylor Clark assisted by Meghan Foley. Meghan Foley assisted by Torie Trompak. Keeper, Lauren Johnson had 6 saves

Girls' Freshman SOCCER

Goal Scorers:
Jessica O’Brien – 4 (5)
Sarah Ghiorzi – 2 (4)
Mary Norris – 2 (3)
Sarah Cote – 1 (3)
Lily Bromley – 1 (4)
Assists:
Kyla Florian – 3 (9)
Jess O’Brian – 1 (7)
Sarah Cote – 2 (8)
Lily Bromley – 2 (2)
Anaa Pollak – 1(1)
Mary Norris – 1 (1)
Caroline Herz – 2 (2)
Isabelle Poschmann – 1 (2)


GREAT EFFORT
Boys' Freshman SOCCER vs. Winnacunnet 
The boys played the best game of the season; we just came up a bit short.Goal Scorers:  John Hummel and Kevin Owens (Unassisted corner kick)
Assist:  Joey Pollak (Corner kick)

VOLLEYBALL vs. Spaulding 
Varsity girls played against a tough Spaulding team. Standouts for Bedford were Courtney O'Connell with 10 kills, Cyan Vasquez with 9 service points and 18 assists.  Madison Mindes also turned in a great performance with 4 service points and 3 digs.

FIELD HOCKEY vs. Salem
Jackie Harrington scored the goal for Bedford.

Wednesday, September 16, 2015

Wednesday, September 16, 2015

TODAY in SPORTS
Boys' Varsity and JV SOCCER 
away @ Spaulding @ 4:00
Athletes dismiss classes @ 1:54
Bus departs @ 2:00

GOLF away @ Timberlane with
Merrimack and Spaulding @ 3:15
Athletes dismiss classes @ 2:04
Bus departs @ 2:10

VOLLEYBALL away @ Spaulding
JV @ 4:00
Varsity @ 5:30
Athletes dismiss classes @ 2:09
Bus departs @ 2:15

FIELD HOCKEY away @ Salem
Athletes dismiss classes @ 2:24
Bus departs @ 2:30

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

Girls' and Boys' Freshman SOCCER
hosting Winnacunnet @ Joppa Fields
@ 4:00

CONGRATULATIONS
Girls' CROSS COUNTRY away @ Keene
Bedford took first place at the meet with 28 points. Top scorers include 
Caroline Mahoney (3rd overall), Sheila Synan (4th overall), Kim Fountain 
(6th overall), Jamie Salvatore (7th overall), and Elizabeth Mailhot (8th overall). 

GOLF away Cocheco w/Dover and  Keene

GREAT EFFORT
Boys' CROSS COUNTRY away @ Keene

Tuesday, September 15, 2015

Tuesday, September 15, 2015

TODAY in SPORTS

Boys' and Girls CROSS COUNTRY
away @ Keene @ 4:00
Athletes dismiss classes @ 1:24
Bus departs @ 1:30

GOLF away Cocheco w/Dover and 
Keene @ 3:15
Golfers dismiss classes @ 1:09
Bus departs @ 1:15




Monday, September 14, 2015

Monday, September 14, 2015


TODAY in SPORTS

No Athletic Events Scheduled

CONGRATULATIONS
JV FIELD HOCKEY vs. Merrimack
The bulldogs played a hard fought game against a physical Merrimack team 
and was fortunate to score in the first half and hold for the win.   Goal was 
scored by Callie Delisle

Varsity FOOTBALL and SPIRIT
vs. Nashua South

JV FOOTBALL and SPIRIT vs Nashua South
Gilligan and Hawkins played Bedford football to perfection!

GREAT EFFORT
Girls' Varsity and JV SOCCER vs. Pinkerton






Friday, September 11, 2015

Friday / Saturday, September 11 / 12, 2015


FRIDAY in SPORTS

FIELD HOCKEY away @ Merrimack
@ MUES Field on O'Gara Drive (across the
street from the Merrimack Police station)
Varsity @ 4:00
JV @ 5:30

Varsity FOOTBALL and SPIRIT away
Nashua South @ Stellos Stadium @ 7:00

Girls' Varsity and JV SOCCER away
@ Pinkerton @ 4:00

VOLLEYBALL away @ Merrimack
JV @ 4:00
Varsity @ 5:30

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

Boys' SOCCER hosting Pinkerton in the Bulldog
Stadium
JV @ 4:00
Varsity @ 6:00


SATURDAY in SPORTS

JV FOOTBALL and SPIRIT hosting Nashua South
in the Bulldog Stadium @ 10-:00am



CONGRATULATIONS!

Freshman FOOTBALL hosting Nashua South
The Freshman Bulldog’s faced a strong Nashua South Purple Panthers in the rain for the Bulldogs first home game of the season. The Bulldog offense consistently moved the ball with effective blocking by the offensive line and strong contributions from Aidan Livingston, Tim Galamaga, Ryan Fox, Jacob Collins, Andrew Twite, and Darryl Lennon.  Bedford’s two TD’s were scored by Ryan Toscano, which were set up by the outstanding running of Harry LaGoullon, Ryan Donahue, and Lucien Mumpini. Successful PAT’s were consistently delivered by kicker Madison Lucotoni. 

The Bulldog defense held the Purple Panthers to 12 points throughout 4 quarters. Powerful defensive play was delivered by Jacob Collins and Andrew Twite - who had an interception, Noah Hughes, Nick Fino, Harry LaGoullon who also had an interception, Zach Garron and Lucas Codair who had a game saving interception.

Girls' Freshman SOCCER vs. Bishop Guertin 
Goal Scorers:
Emma Danes – 1 (3)
Jess O’Brien – 1 (1)
Sara Ghiorzi – 1 (2)
Assists: Jess O’Brian – 1 (6)
Sarah Cote – 1 (6)

Thursday, September 10, 2015

Thursday, September 10, 2015

TODAY in SPORTS
Freshman FOOTBALL hosting Nashua South
in the Bulldog Stadium @ 4:00pm

Girls' Freshman SOCCER away @ BG @ 4:00


CONGRATULATIONS
JV FIELD HOCKEY vs. Londonderry
Goals were Scored by:  Madison Grave x 4 and
Caroline Scott x 2!!

GOLF vs. Manchester Central and Nashua South

Varsity VOLLEYBALL vs. Manchester Memorial
Courtney O’Connell contributed with 
14 kills and 5 blocks for the Bulldogs (1-1). Cyan Vasquez
had 36 assists, while Althea Gere chipped in with 13 digs. 

Girls' Freshman SOCCER vs.  Winnacunnet
Girls' Goal Scorers:
Emma Danes – 1 (2)
Sarah Cote – 1 (2)
Mary Norris – 1 (1)
Lily Bromley – 1 (3)
Kyla Florian – 1 (1)
Kallie Polgrean – 1 (1)
Sara Ghiorzi – 1 (1)
Isabella Poschman – 1(1)
Assists:
Kyla Florian – 2 (6)
Jess O’Brian – 1 (5)
Sarah Cote – 4 (5)
Emma Danes – 1(1)

GREAT EFFORT
Boys' Freshman SOCCER vs. Winnacunnet
Goal Scorer:  Joey Pollak
Standouts:  Kaleb Harrington and Kambal Vaidya



Wednesday, September 9, 2015

Wednesday, September 9, 2015

TODAY in SPORTS

FIELD HOCKEY vs. Londonderry
in the Bulldog Stadium
JV @ 3:30
Varsity @ 4:45

GOLF hosting Manchester Central and 
Nashua South @ the Manchester Country
Club @ 3:30

VOLLEYBALL hosting Manchester Memorial
in the Bulldog Gym
JV @ 4:00
Varsity @ 5:30

Freshman VOLLEYBALL away @ Timberlane
Athletes shall dismiss classes @ 2:09
Bus departs @ 2:15

Boys' and Girls' Freshman SOCCER
away @ Winnacunnet @ 4:30

CONGRATULATIONS

Boys' and Girls' CROSS COUNTRY

Bedford took first place at Nashua South with 39 points 
for the first meet of the season. Top scorers for the girls’ team include
Caroline Mahoney (4th overall), Sheila Synan (5th overall), 
Elizabeth Mailhot (6th overall), Sophie Lehmann (15th overall), 
and Delaney Flanagan (16th overall).  
For the boys:  Ed Nash placed 3rd, Phil Sherwin placed 5th, and 
Anthony Rainey placed 8th overall.

Varsity GOLF vs. BG and Memorial

JV GOLF vs. BG, Exeter, Goffstown

Girls' SOCCER hosting Memorial 
Varsity goals: 
Saylor Clark assisted by Meghan Foley
Sophia Dobrowski assisted by Saylor Clark
Saylor Clark unassisted (2)
Meghan Foley assisted by Mia Roy
Kate Shooshan unassisted
JV goals by: Mikayla Sears, Mackenzie Chou, Tori Pratt, and 
Kiyomi Okamoto.  The game was called early by the referees 
due to thunder and lightning.

Boys' SOCCER vs. Memorial
Best performance of the Varsity season against a talented team.
Despite being held goal-less in the first half, the team remained patient
and proceeded to earn 4 high class goals in the second half.  Goals 
were scored by:  Josh Bauer (2), Jacob DeAngelis, and Connor Keiffer.
JV played a tough match in difficult conditions.  Halftime was 
extended due to thunder.  Two top shelf saves from Connor Crowley
and Kai Razvi earned multiple shots on goal.  Goals were scored by:
Aidan Kenney assisted by Ben Como; Mac Chen assisted by Kai Razvi;
Kai Razvi assisted by Nick Courtney.

Girls' Freshman SOCCER vs. Pinkerton
Battling the heat, there was a slow start but as the girls were able to 
adapt to the environment and strong team play.  The game ended
early due to thunder.  Goal Scorers were: Caroline Herz – 2 (4),
Sarah Cote – 1 (1), Lily Bromley – 1 (2).  Assists: Kyla Florian – 1 (4),
Jess O’Brien – 2 (4), Isabella Poschmann – 1 (1) Sarah Ghiorzi – 1(2).

GREAT EFFORT

Boys' Freshman SOCCER vs. Pinkerton