The Laconia Middle School Boys A-team traveled to Inter-Lakes on Friday and were able to come away with a hard fought 39-34 victory. Carter Doherty led the charge with 19 points, 11 rebounds and five steals. Nick Murray chipped in four points and three boards and Jake Filgate added eight points and 10 rebounds. Drew Muzzey had four steals and two blocked shots. The game came right down to the wire with the Sachems hitting 4 straight
free throws to secure the victory.
The LMS Sachems won a big game Tuesday against rival Winnisquam, 29-21. Jacob Filgate led all scorers with 10 points and six rebounds. Utility man Nick Murray chipped in six points and six boards as well. Nick Drouin, filling in for an injured Carter Doherty at center, pulled down five boards and had four steals to help hold the usually high-scoring Winnisquam team to just 21 points. "The kids needed this win. They all worked hard playing unfamiliar positions." said Coach Rod Roy.
Last Updated on Thursday, 17 January 2013 23:54
On Sunday morning the Lakers faced off against the Manchester Flames for the second weekend in a row at Laconia Ice Arena. The Flames kept the Lakers scoreless in the first period but were able to get a couple of goals past the Lakers defense. The Lakers broke out in the second period with a pair of nice unassisted goals from Matthew Hale and one goal from Owen Guerin. Lakers defenseman Andrew Rowley and Griffin Tondreau with help from forwards Liam Lichocki and Kameron Young, held the Flames to scoreless in the second period. The Flames were called on eight penalties in the game and goalie 30 Patrick Goodwin was solid with 17 saves. Bre Ricker, assisted from Hale was able to get one on the board for the Lakers in the third period and Hale popped another one in assisted by Peyton Vachon late in the third period. The Lakers took the win with a score of 5-3.
On Sunday afternoon the Lakers played against the Concord Capitals in their second game of the day. The Capitals and Lakers played hard in the first period and Lakers snuck two goals past the Capitals goalie, one from Ricker assisted by Hale and one unassisted goal from Vachon. Jaden Morin and Vachon played tough defense with help from forwards Evan Guerin and Jake Allison. Zachary Spicuzza and Logan Stroud made some great charges down the ice to help the Lakers get two more goals in the second period, one from Hale and one from Vachon. The Capitals tried to get back in the game in the third period but Hale netted three more goals in the third period with one assisted by Owen Guerin and Vachon netted the last goal of the game for the Lakers. Goodwin sniped a couple from the Capitals and had 15 saves in the game. Final score was 9-7, Lakers win.
Last Updated on Thursday, 17 January 2013 23:52
Last Updated on Thursday, 17 January 2013 23:51
The LHS girls' earned a 42-38 win at Franklin on Friday, improving their record to eight wins, one loss.
Last Updated on Thursday, 17 January 2013 23:43