After three wins last week, Laconia Middle School girls' team improved its record to 8 - 3.
The Sachems faced Kingswood on January 7 and came away with a 36-13 win. Leading scorers: Bella Smith 10, Victoria Dean 8 (two 3 -pointers), Becca Howe and Amelia Clairmont 4 points.
Laconia's full court pressure proved to be too much for Kingswood. Emma Schumacher played a nice floor game for the Lady Sachems with 8 rebounds.
Laconia next faced Belmont on the following day and earned a 51-32 win. Leading scorers: Hannah Dow 11 , Bella Smith 8 , Skyler Tautkus 7, Delia Cormier, Becca Howe, Devon Mello, and Emma Schumacher each with 4 points.
Laconia had a fast start with a half time lead of 28 - 9 and never looked back.
On January 9, the third game in three days, Laconia took a 42-10 win over Inter-Lakes. Leading scorers: Hannah Dow 8 (3 pointer) , Delia Cormier 7, Skyler Tautkus, Bella Smith (3 pointer) , and Victoria Dean ( 3 pointer) each had 5 points.
Another fast first half start (22 - 1) propelled the Lady Sachems to the victory over a Lakes Region opponent. Team basketball was again evident as Laconia shared the ball equally.
Coach Tautkus and his team are looking forward to the week, as they prepare to play Gilford and a very good Merrimack Valley team.
Last Updated on Monday, 13 January 2014 09:53
The Inter-Lakes swim team participated in a meet against Pinkerton, Exeter, Londonderry and Pelham over the weekend. Weather kept three I-L swimmers away from the pool, but the three who made the trip performed well.
Sarah Sundius notched a first place finish in the 100 Breaststroke with a time of 1:15.24, and a second place in the 100 Freestyle with a time of 1:00.27.
Elisabeth Hutchins swam to a 10th place finish in the 100 Backstroke with a time of 1:24.93 and an 11th place in the 200 Freestyle with a time of 2:49.18.
Matthew Sundius brought home a pair of 9th place results, in the 100 Freestyle with a time of 1:01.67 and in the 100 Backstroke with a time of 1:12.39. Both efforts represented time drops for Matthew.
Inter-Lakes will swim again on Friday against Bow.
Last Updated on Monday, 13 January 2014 09:51
At the Sunday morning meet held at UNH, Belmont High School's Bruce Zimmer placed 1st in the shot put, setting a new school record of 42' 1.75". Joseph Boles placed 1st in the 1500m (4:29.2). Asher Clark set a personal record in the shot put with a throw of 31' 11.75.
At the Dartmouth Relays on Saturday, Boles placed 6th in the invitational high school 800m. His time of 2:01.32 missed his personal record of 2:01.1 which he set on January 4 at the Boston University Mini-Meet.
Last Updated on Monday, 13 January 2014 09:44
After three snowed out meets the Gilford High School swim team finally started the competitive aspect of their season with a meet at the Upper Valley Aquatics Center last week. The team competed against 6 other teams proudly representing the high school with Rebecca Cook sophomore placing first and second in her two events, Kaitlyn Egbert rookie placed seventh and fifth, Ayden Ernst sophomore 7th and 11th with two best times from last season, Owen Sanborn placed 6th and 8th, again two best times from last season, Autumn Bos sophomore place 6th and 10th. Freshman Michael Hart, Kyle Davies, Joe Bonnell, Brendan Carkin all swam strong and fast for their first high school meet. Chrissy Leach a three year veteran placed in the top 20. The boys medley relay beat last year best time by 3 sec for a 1:12.33. The team has grown from one swimmer, Jillian Whitaker, three time National Swimmer while at Keene State, 6 years ago to 15 swimmers this year.
Last Updated on Monday, 13 January 2014 09:41
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