Sports Roundup: Winnisquam softball continues on a roll

The Winnisquam Bears (7-1) softball team continued to roll this week, extending their winning streak to seven games. The Bears played the first two games of six consecutive games on the road over the past week, beating Gilford 13-8 and Prospect Mountain 4-2. They visited White Mountains yesterday and will continue the trip in Franklin on Monday and Belmont on Wednesday.

The Red Raiders (4-3), who began the year 0-3, have won the last four games in a row. Belmont has pushed across 51 runs over the four game span. The Red Raiders beat Inter-Lakes 13-1 last Monday and Franklin 3-2 on Wednesday. They traveled to Farmington yesterday and will be in Somersworth on Monday before hosting a streaking Winnisquam team on Wednesday.

Gilford (6-2) suffered its second loss of the season to the Bears last Monday, but edged out a 5-4 win over Laconia to split the week. The Golden Eagles are in Alton today facing off against Prospect Mountain and will continue their travels this Monday at Inter-Lakes and Wednesday at Farmington.

The Sachems (1-5) have dropped five consecutive games after winning the season opener. The Last two losses came against NHIAA Division II team Plymouth on Monday 6-1 and a 5-4 loss to Gilford. Laconia will be in Meredith today to take on Inter-Lakes. The Sachems have a busy schedule next week, hosting Newfound on Monday, at Newfound on Tuesday, and finishing up in Franklin on Wednesday.


The Golden Eagles (3-4) handed Winnisquam their first loss of the season 6-4. Gilford then dropped the next game to Laconia 5-4. The team will begin a five game stretch on the road, beginning tonight at Prospect Mountain. The will continue the week on the road at Franklin tomorrow, Inter-Lakes on Monday and Farmington on Wednesday.

Winnisquam (6-1) suffered their first loss on Monday to Gilford 6-4 then bounced right back in the win column with a 19-1 pounding of Prospect Mountain. The Bears were at White Mountains yesterday and will travel to Franklin on Monday and Belmont on Wednesday.

Belmont (4-3) ended a three game skid,shut g out Franklin 11-0 on Wednesday. The Red Raiders are in Farmington today and then travel to Somersworth on Monday before hosting Winnisquam on Wednesday.

Laconia's (4-2) last two wins have been won by one run, beating Belmont 3-2 with a walk off single last Friday and edging Gilford 5-4 on Wednesday. The Sachem's dropped a game on Monday to the Division II Plymouth Bobcats 7-4. Laconia will head to Meredith today to play the Lakers. They host Newfound on Monday then travel to Newfound on Tuesday. The Sachems end the week in Franklin on Wednesday.


The Golden eagles remained unbeaten, beating Monadnock 9-0 and Kearsarge 8-1. Gilford is a perfect 9-0 going into this week. Gilford traveled to Sanborn yesterday and continue the road schedule at Kingswood on Monday and Inter-Lakes on Wednesday.

Gilford's Girls' improved to 6-4 shutting out both Kearsarge and Prospect Mountain last week 9-0. The Golden Eagles hosted Sanborn yesterday and remain at home hosting Kingswood on Monday and Inter-Lakes on Wednesday.

Laconia (4-6) split last week, losing to Monadnock on Monday 7-2 and beating Pelham 5-4 on Wednesday. The Sachems host Bow today, travel to Plymouth on Monday, and back home to host Kingswood a day later.

Girls' Lacrosse

Laconia (5-1) suffered their first defeat on Monday, dropping a game to undefeated John Stark 9-8. A day later they rebounded with a win over Kingswood. The Sachems were in Gilford yesterday and return home Monday to host Kearsarge. Tuesday the girls' will host Oyster River before ending the week in Pelham on Thursday.

Gilford beat Merrimack Valley 17-2 on Monday before losing to top ranked Derryfield 18-3 on Wednesday. The Golden Eagles hosted Laconia yesterday, and then head to John Stark on Monday and back home to host Belmont on Wednesday.

The Red Raiders (1-6) fell to Oyster River 15-5 and Pelham 24-16 last week. Belmont hosts John Stark today and heads to Belmont on Wednesday.

Boys' Lacrosse

The Sachems are above the .500 mark for the second time this season, beating Kennett on Tuesday 13-2 and Merrimack Valley on Wednesday 7-6. The Sachems headed to Concord yesterday to visit Bishop Brady. They will continue the road trip this week at Hopkinton on today and Hollis-Brookline on Monday.

Gilford (1-6) picked up their first win of the season, beating Kennett 15-9. The victory was short lived, losing the following day to Bishop Brady 6-5. The Golden Eagles host Hollis-Brookline today before heading to Pembroke on Tuesday and Kearsarge on Thursday.‚Äč