Wednesday, December 21, 2016

Wednesday, December 21, 2016

TODAY in SPORTS

ALPINE SKI hosting DI GS Race @ Crotched Mtn @ 3:30
Bus departs @ 1pm
Skiers dismiss classes @ 12:54

Girls and Boys JV BASKETBALL away @ Londonderry
Girls @ 4:30
Boys @ 6pm

Girls and Boys DIVING away @ Hanover @ 5:30pm
Divers dismiss classes @ 2pm

WRESTLING hosting Keene in the Bulldog Gym @ 6:15pm

ICE HOCKEY hosting Bishop Guertin @ St. Anselm
JV @ 5pm
Varsity @ 7pm

CONGRATULATIONS

Boys and Girls JV INDOOR TRACK Meet at UNH
Qualifiers for the Qualifying Meets - Girls:
  • Avory Whitehead - 55 Hurdles - 10.34
  • Morgan Rouleau - Shot Put - 28' 1.5"

1st Place Finishers:
  • Caroline Delisle - 600
  • Carolan Jamen - High Jump
  • Morgan Rouleau - Shot Put
  • Avory Whitehead - Hurdles
  • 4x160 - Taneeka Chung, Sydney Lynch, Riley Chou, Avory Whitehead
  • 4x400 - Jori Santos, Carolan Jamen, Grace Rooney, Caroline Delisle

Great first meet of the season for the boys team and the bar has been set for future events. Stand out performances:
  • Brian Barlotta - long jump - 17' 3"
  • Caleb Baston - 55 dash - 7.1
  • Charlie Statires - 300m - 43.1
  • 4 x 160m - 1:27

Girls Freshman, JV, and Varsity BASKETBALL vs. Exeter
Varsity players Aly Fillion and Alexis Meservey led Bedford to a 76-51 win over Exeter for its fourth win of the season. Aly led all scorers with 15 points and Alexis finished just behind her with 14 points including 4 three pointers. Exeter kept Bedford on its toes all night with a very fast paced, frenetic full court defense and a very up-tempo offense.  JV came ready to play last night against Exeter on our home court.  They started off the game pressuring the ball and forcing turnovers, which created our lead early in the game. Exeter fought back and put up a great effort. Bedford dominated on the rebounds both offensively and defensively to not give any second chance shots. To lead the team was Sophomore, Sophia King and Freshman, Alli Morgan both with 10 points. The freshman Bulldogs picked up their second win of the season in Exeter Tuesday night. The game was back and forth until Bedford took charge in the 4th quarter. Abbey Gilligan and Katie Hirnak were outstanding on defense, while Shreya Sharma and Olivia Stavropoulos added key rebounding.  Zoë Michaud was the team's leading scorer with 17 points.  Another wonderful team effort.

GREAT EFFORT

Boys' Varsity and Freshman BASKETBALL vs. Exeter
It was a close game for Varsity throughout with Bedford leading @ halftime by a score of 30 to 27. Bedford outscored Exeter 16 to 13 in the 3rd period.  BHS had four players in double figures led by Max Chartier and Troy Meservey with 13. Liam Greene had 11 and Nick Mokas had 10.  The Freshman boys lost a hard fought game led by Connor Butts with 19 and Cam Fillion with 15 points, and Austin Dearborn was the leading rebounder.

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