Monday, October 31, 2016

Monday, October 31, 2016

WINTER SPORTS SIGN-UPS Wednesday, November 2nd

Athletes cannot try-out, practice, and/or participate in any BHS sport without a current physical.  Physical exams provided by a physician are valid for two years based on the actual date of the physical exam.  Physicals provided with sports paperwork and/or that are on file in the Athletic Department must cover the entire timeframe of the current season in which sport participation occurs. Safe Sports Network is offering FREE sports physicals on November 16 @ NH Orthopaedic (Bedford location) from 5:30-7:00pm. Sign up using this link:

BHS Winter Athletes (except Indoor Track) must take a mandatory C3logix test, which is a required concussion balance test - Click this link to sign up:

Important Note: Most athletes that participated last Spring and who are participating in sports this Fall have already taken their balance test and do not need to sign up. However, all impact sport athletes this Winter season must have completed both their baseline test, which is done on the computer here at BHS and the balance test (link above) before tryouts. Baseline testing is done typically for freshman and juniors. If you have not participated in sports this Fall or last Spring you must also take the balance test.


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JV FOOTBALL and SPIRIT hosting Salem in the Bulldog Stadium @ 4pm

Girls' SOCCER vs. Timberlane in the NHIAA Quarter-Round playoffs after a second overtime ... MacKenzie MacEarchern 94:24 scored the winning goal.

Varsity FOOTBALL and SPIRIT vs. Salem

Boys’ and Girls' CROSS COUNTRY
Girls’ finished 5th at the NHIAA Division I Championship at Derryfield Park with 134 points. Leya Salis was the top Bedford finisher in 3rd place overall with a time of 18:10 (a 16-second personal best for the Derryfield course). Other top scorers include Caroline Mahoney (22nd overall), Delaney Flanagan (31st), Elizabeth Mailhot (37th), and Kimmy Fountain (41st).  Six out of our seven runners saw course bests on Saturday.  The bulldogs ran with a lot of heart and are excited to advance to Meet of Champions next weekend.  Boys' finished 12th overall.  Congratulations ~ Michael Giraldi, James Nash, Philip Sherwin, Anthony Rainey, Drew Fessenden, Brian Faxon, and Bradley Silver.

Boys' SOCCER vs. Manchester Memorial
Bulldogs lost 4-3 on penalties after battling heroically against a very difficult opponent for 100 minutes.  Coach Pepper said "I have nothing but pride for the unfortunate Bulldogs who did everything but score."

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