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Inter-Lakes swim team competes in first meet of the season

The Inter-Lakes swimmers dove into their first meet Friday night and came away with some great finishes.
In the girls' 50 Freestyle, Clara Bates grabbed 3rd place, Alaina Duchin 12th while improving her time by 3.91 seconds, and Pauline Donaldson 15th. In the 100 Freestyle, Duchin finished 13th and Pauline 14th. The biggest time improvement of the night was achieved by Bates in the 100 Fly, dropping 4.61 seconds and swimming into 2nd place. On the boys side, Matthew Sundius again achieved a state qualifying time of 1:09.83 in the 100 Backstroke finishing in 2nd place and 3rd place in the 50 Freestyle.

Last Updated on Monday, 15 December 2014 08:35

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BHS grad Boles, now running for UNH, takes 1st place in 1000m

Joseph Boles, who graduated from Belmont High School earlier this year, represented the University of New Hampshire in his first collegiate indoor T&F meet at the University of Maine on Dec. 5 and 6. He placed first in the 1000m run (a personal record time of 2:36.88). His victory helped UNH to a 95-91 win over the University of Maine. While a student at Belmont High, Boles was the 1000m Division II State Indoor Track and Field Champion in 2013, and in 2014 was the 1500m Indoor Division II Champion.

Last Updated on Monday, 15 December 2014 08:32

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Round-up: Winter sports season in full swing this week

The Gilford High School boys' basketball team opened the season with a win against White Mountains 49-32 on Friday night. Nate Davis led the Golden Eagles with nine points in the victory. Gilford heads to Winnisquam on Tuesday and Kearsarge on Friday.
Winnisquam opened their season with a 67-44 victory at Mascoma Valley. Torrey Martinez had 20 points for the Bears. Winnisquam hosts Gilford tonight and will visit Inter-Lakes on Friday.
The Lakers downed Newfound, 76-46 in Inter-Lakes' home opener. Dillon Dow led all scorers with 26 points for the Lakers. Inter-Lakes visits Franklin tonight and hosts Winnisquam on Friday.
Prospect Mountain fell to Farmington in their opener 58-42. The Timberwolves will host Berlin tonight and Sanborn on Thursday.
Tonight, Belmont opens up their season against Somersworth and Laconia will host Mascoma Valley.
Girls' basketball
Gilford (2-0) won their second game of the season, 55-35, over White Mountains on Friday night. The Golden Eagles were led by a Maddie Harris with 10 points. Gilford will host Winnisquam tonight and Kearsarge on Friday to open their home schedule.
Belmont fell to 1-3 after a 51-47 loss to Berlin on Friday night. Cassie Contigiani and Chayleigh Cadarette had 12 points each in the Belmont loss. The Red Raiders are in Somersworth tonight.
Prospect Mountain rolled past Farmington 74-35. Amelia Duane had 17 points on the evening for the victors. The 1-1 Timberwolves head to Berlin tonight and Sanborn on Friday.
Laconia (2-0) will be at Mascoma Valley tonight and will host Newfound on Friday.
Winnisquam (0-2) fell to Mascoma Valley 57-31 on Friday evening. The Bears are at Gilford tonight and will host Inter-Lakes on Friday.
The Lakers (0-2) fell to Newfound 61-33 on Friday. The Lakers host Franklin tonight and visit Winnisquam on Friday.
Ice hockey
The Bulldogs of Gilford-Belmont head into the season looking to get past the semi-finals, where they fell to DIII champion Souhegan last season. The team returns senior captains, forward Andrew D'Amour and defenseman Brogan Hurst. Belmont-Gilford, 15-3 last season, will begin the 2014-15 campaign tomorrow night against Laconia-Winnisquam.
The Wolfpack posted a 7-11 record last season and fell to Souhegan in the first round of the playoffs. Laconia-Winnisquam will visit Gilford/Belmont tomorrow night and host Sanborn on Saturday.
Moultonborough-Inter-Lakes will host Sanborn tomorrow and head to head to Kennett on Saturday.

Last Updated on Monday, 15 December 2014 08:23

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Junior hockey: Fighting Spirit to take on the New England Stars

The New Hampshire Fighting Spirit are set to take on the New England Stars in a home and home series over the weekend. These two games will mark the end to the first half of the Spirit's season which has them boasting a record of 17-3 thus far and sitting atop the Eastern Conference of the NA3EHL. So far this season the Spirit have scored 94 goals while only giving up a total of 35 through 20 games. Their goal differential of +59 is second in the league and something the Spirit look to continue improving in the second half.

The Spirit will travel to the New England Stars for Friday night's contest which will also be a tribute game to one of the former players the New England Stars lost last year in a car accident. "We know there will be a lot of emotion involved in that game, we are honored the Stars would choose us as the opponent for such a special event. We know they are on our heels in the standings and will come out ready to go, we need to be ready as well" says Spirit captain Mike Callaghan.

The Spirit will play host to the Stars Saturday evening at 6:30 p.m. as the Spirit Christmas Game night will be sponsored by Proforma Piper Printing. There will be plenty of action both on and off the ice as the Spirit have invited Santa to attend the game for photos and wish list consultations. Fans in attendance showing their Christmas spirit by wearing their Christmas attire will receive $1 off admission price.

For more information on the Spirit and their schedule please visit their website at www.fightingspirithockey.com

Last Updated on Thursday, 11 December 2014 07:37

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