Monday, January 30, 2017

Monday, January 30, 2017

TODAY in SPORTS
No Athletic contests

CONGRATULATIONS
Varsity ICE HOCKEY vs. Exeter
Jacob Rioux opened the scoring in the first period getting help from Jay Roberto and Chase Vaillancourt.  Griffin Gagne got an unassisted goal just before the period ended.  Jay Roberto and Colin Voloshin each got a pair of goals with help from Jack McDonough and Jacob Rioux. Griffin Gagne got Bedford’s loan goal in the third to end the game 7-0.  Erik Voloshin got the shut out.

Girls' JV BASKETBALL vs. Salem
There were 9 players out of 11 that contributed to scoring.  The team is really starting to connect and play together both on offense and defense, and it is showing throughout the game.  Sadie MacIver had a game high with 10 points and Hannah McCarthy followed with 9 points.

WRESTLING
The wrestling team participated in the Capital City Classic in Concord on Saturday. Congratulations to sophomore captain AJ Pagliarulo who won the 132lb weight class and was named the tournament’s most outstanding wrestler.  Also placing for the bulldogs were freshmen Jack Carrozzi 6th at 113lbs and Daniel Ethridge 4th at 126lbs.  Junior Mason Adams placed 5th at 138lbs.

Boys' INDOOR TRACK @ USM 
School Records:
- Lucien Mumpini - Long Jump - 20' 7.25"
- Mike Giraldi - 300m - 36.97
- Zach Verow - Freshman 300m - 38.50
- 4 x 200m Relay - Mike Giraldi, Zach Verow, Joe Aiello, Connor Collins - 1:35.04
Overall, this was the best meet of the year so far.  Multiple school records and impressive times.  We are on track to do extremely well at states with new seed times and performances.  A repeat of today at the state meet next week will mean a top 3 finish for the team.

Girls' INDOOR TRACK @ USM 
New Records:
- Shanna Scribner - Shot Put - 38' 00.75"
- Molly McCoole - 55 Hurdles - 8.70 sec
Performances:
- 1st Place Finishes:
- Mollie Redman - Long Jump
- Shanna Scribner - Shot Put
4x200 - Brianna CoCo, Hannah Mikol, Gabby D'Angelis, Mollie Redman

Boys' Freshman BASKETBALL vs. Salem
Cam Fillion scroed 18 points and Sam Tynan added 11 points as the team improved to 5-4 with a 51-43 win over Salem.  Max Lebelczyk chipped in 9 points and played good on the defensive end.

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