Monday, March 6, 2017

Monday, March 6, 2017

Meet the Spring Coaches on Wednesday, March 8 in designated areas by sport.  Your coaches will confirm that you're on their pre-season rosters and provide information for concussion testing and other sport specifics about their program.

C3Logix (balance) concussion testing is conducted @ 35 Kosciuszko Street (Manchester) C3Logix Appointment Link

NHIAA NORDIC SKI DI State Championship @ Great Glen @ 10am
All Day Dismissal

Varsity Boys' BASKETBALL hosting Milford for a scrimmage in the Bulldog Gym @ 3:45

Girls' Varsity BASKETBALL vs. Winncunnet
Mia Roy led the Bulldogs to a 62-40 win over Winnacunnet in the Division I quarter finals. Mia’s leadership at point guard helped keep the Bulldogs in the lead throughout a tough first half.  In the third quarter, Bedford outscored Winnacunnet 16-5 to open up a comfortable lead.  All 14 players saw action for Bedford. Jenoyce Laniyan led all scorers with 16 points.  Mia Roy and Alexis Meservey scored 9 apiece and Aly Fillion and Maddie Blake followed with 7 points each.  Bedford plays Pinkerton on Thursday at SNHU in the semifinals.

Varsity Boys' BASKETBALL improved it's record to 14 and 3 with a convincing victory over Trinity.  Max Chartier led a very balanced scoring attack for BHS with 18 points.  Nolan Anderson and Troy Meservey had 15 and 13 respectively.  The Bulldogs finished their regular season with a victory over Bishop Guertin. BHS ended their season with a record of 15 and 3, and earned a bye in the first round of the playoffs. Bedford had very balanced scoring again. Troy Meservey led BHS with 21 points. Max Chartier had 18, and Liam Greene and Nolan Anderson each had 12.

Harrison LeGoullon lead Bedford with 16, Conor O'Connell followed with 11 and Tim Greene chipped in with 9 against BG. The boys improved their record to 14-3.  JV Tournament BHS defeated Spaulding and Alvirne to advance to the semi finals against number 1 seeded Winnacunett. The team put out a tremendous effort, but fell short in the semifinals against Winnacunett who was a very strong team.  Coach is very proud of the these Bulldogs! Team record 17/4.

The girls ended there season in a great battle against BG in the JV Tournament, it was a great game from start to finish.  They left everything on the floor, nothing more as a coach I could have asked for. Hannah McCarthy with a team high13 points, Alli Morgan to follow with 9 points and Sophia King contributed 7 points.

Two members of the wrestling team participated in the New England Wrestling Championships this past weekend in Providence, RI.  Congratulations to sophomore captain, AJ Pagliarulo who became the first sophomore in program history to place at the tournament with a 6th place finish at 132lbs!

Girls INDOOR TRACK @ the New Englands
Leya Salis - 1000 - 1st place 
Leya Salis - 1000 - 2:48.25  ***** New State Record *****
Shanna Scribner - Shot Put - 38'10.5"

SPIRIT finished in 3rd at the preliminary State competition with a score of 101!

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