Tuesday, January 17, 2017

Tuesday, January 17, 2017

BASEBALL workouts are canceled Tuesday morning (1/18) due to inclement weather


Monday, January 9Olivia Gangwer$25 Millennium Running gift card
Tuesday, January 10Kevin Crowley$25 Dunkin Donuts gift card
Wednesday, January 11Sonja Towey$25 cash (Seller wins too)
Thursday, January 12Alli Morgan$30 T-Bones gift card
Friday, January 13Kathy Knedeisen$25 Purple Finch gift card
Saturday, January 14Lilly Heald1 hour Massage by Renee
Sunday, January 15Mary Hibbard$50 LaBelle Winery gift Card

Triple Header ~ Girls' BASKETBALL hosting BG in the Bulldog Gym
Freshman @ 3:30
JV @ 5pm
Varsity @ 6:30

NORDIC SKI Manchester Skate Relays @ Gunstock @ 3pm
Skiers dismiss classes @ 12:54
Bus departs @ 1pm

Over the Holiday Weekend
Boys' BASKETBALL vs. Winnacunnet
Varsity won a great game in OT with a 69 to 65 win over Winnacunet.  BHS improved it's record to 5 and 1.  Connor Crowley hit a 3 point shot with .9 seconds left in the game and was fouled in the act of shooting to force overtime.  Nolan Anderson and Liam Greene led the scoring with 17 and 16 points.  Troy Meservey and Max Chartier had 12 and 10.   Junior Varsity Justin O'neill hit a corner 3 pointer with less than 5 seconds for the win!!  Liam O'Connell led Bedford with 13 points followed by Conner O'Connell  with 8.

Girls' BASKETBALL vs. Winnacunnet
Halfway through the season, the Varsity bulldogs remain undefeated with a 45-31 win over a very tough Winnacunnet team.  Winnacunnet’s zone defense made things tough for Bedford in the second half but the Bulldogs were able to hold on for the win.  Jenoyce Laniyan led all scorers with 16 points while pulling down 8 rebounds.  Maddie Blake finished with 8 points and 10 rebounds.  Aly Fillion also scored 8 points.  Junior Varsity had a rough start to Winnacunnet on Friday night as things were not falling their way.  It was a close game up until half time and were up 17-16, after the half the girls came out as a whole new team and their defense became more intense, shots were falling and attacking the boards for rebounds.  Once in the lead they never looked back!  Junior Sadie MacIver lead the team with 7 points and freshman Emma Rosenbaum and sophomore Lily Bromley both contribution 5 points.

WRESTLING vs. Alvirne, Merrimack, Timberlane
The wrestling went 1-2 during a quad meet at Alvirne on Saturday.  The Bulldogs were lead by sophomore captain AJ Pagliarulo who went 3-0 on the day.  Several wrestlers each won two matches include freshman Jack Carrozzi, sophomore Jonnie Redman and juniors Mason Adams and Chris Francis.  Other wrestlers to win a match were freshman Daniel Ethridge, sophomore Will Theodore and juniors Andrew Corkery and Nyco Schaller.

GYMNASTICS vs. Windham, Goffstown, BG, Keene, Nashua North & South
Bedford High School Varsity Gymnastics competed at A-2 Gym & Cheer on Sunday morning for Windham's Home meet. Bulldogs posted the season's best score with a 127.95 to place 2nd to Windham's impressive 123.  Bedford Gymnasts had a very successful meet showing marked improvements on every event.  Every athlete posted impressive scores at each event.  BHS also accomplished individual achievements; Sophomore Olivia Bouthot tied for first place on Floor with a 9.2. Sophomore Olivia Towey, placed 2rd on Beam with an 8.45.

Place: 2nd out of 11 teams

Notable results:

  • Aidan Kenny 2nd place in 600m
  • Lucien Mumpini 1st place in long jump
  • Joe Aiello 4th place in 55m dash
  • Zach Verow 3rd place in 300m
  • Connor Collins 4th place in 300m
  • 4 x 400m 2nd place with Connor Collins, Zach Verow, Aidan Kenny and David Manella
This was a great overall meet. Good performances from many athletes. If not for a small mistake in a relay we would have a much more established finish at the meet. Looking forward to the qualifying meets the next 2 weeks.

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