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Adult co-ed softball league forming in Moultonborough

MOULTONBOROUGH — An organizational meeting for the adult co-ed slow-pitch softball league in Moultonborough will be held at 6 p.m. on Wednesday, May 20 at the Moultonborough Recreation Department. Team managers are invited to attend. Rules and expectations will be discussed. The deadline for team registrations is 5 p.m. on May 29. For more information on the league, contact Dan Sturgeon at the Rec. Dept. at 476-8868.

Last Updated on Thursday, 07 May 2015 08:31

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GIlford softball tops Newfound for second win in a row

Gilford won their second game in a row by beating Newfound 11-5 on Wednesday. Gilford scored in each of the seven innings and pounded out 10 hits. The Golden Eagle bats are coming alive with 15 hits yesterday against Inter-Lakes and 10 hits today against Newfound combining for 25 hits over the past 2 days. Caitlin Houston (1 RBI, 3 runs scored), Brooke Beaudet (1 double, 1 RBI, 3 runs scored) and Jillian Lachapelle (1 double, 1 RBI, 1 run scored) each had 2 hits apiece and Jordan Dean (1 triple, 1 RBI, 1 run scored), Sarah Lachapelle (1 double, 1 run scored), Maddie Harris (1 run scored) and Shannon Mercer (1 run scored) had one hit apiece.

Sarah Lachapelle was the winning pitcher recording 6 strikeouts and giving up 9 hits and 2 walks.

Gilford scored 2 runs in the 1st inning highlighted by back to back doubles from their two freshmen Brooke Beaudet and Jillian Lachapelle. Gilford scored one in the 2nd when Maddie Harris led off with a single, stole 2nd and scored on a Caitlin Houston fielder's choice. Gilford scored one more run in each of the 3rd and 4th innings and scored three in the 5th inning on 3 hits: a double by Sarah Lachapelle, and singles by Shannon Mercer and Caitlin Houston as well as taking advantage of 2 errors and 1 pass ball. Gilford scored one more run in the 6th inning when Jordan Dean led off with a triple and scored on an Emily Theberge sacrifice fly. Gilford finished the final frame by scoring 2 more times. Cailtin Houston singled and scored on an error and Brooke Beaudet walked and scored on an error.

Gilford travels to Laconia tomorrow.

Last Updated on Thursday, 07 May 2015 08:29

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9-0 record for Golden Eagles boys' tennis

The Gilford boys' tennis team improved to 9-0 with victories this week over Inter-Lakes, 7-2; Prospect Mt., 7-2; and White Mts., 9-0.
Leading the singles' wins were Andrew Caulfield (3-0), Bryce Workman (1-2), Grant Workman (3-0); Keaton Quigley (2-1); Nolan Dwyer (3-0); and Brad Bergman (3-0). Doubles' wins were by Caulfield/G. Workman (3-0); B.Workman/Quigley (1-1); Dwyer/Bergman (2-0); Quigley/Dwyer (1-0); and Sam Shafique/Marek Blais(1-0).

The Eagles' next 3 matches are home: tomorrow vs. Conant (4:00); Monday, 5/11 vs. Moultonboro (4:00); and Wednesday, 5/13, vs. Kingswood (4:00).

Last Updated on Thursday, 07 May 2015 08:26

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Round-up: Belmont baseball wins 5th in a row

The Belmont Red Raiders baseball team reeled off their fifth win in a row with a 12-4 victory over Prospect Mountain Wednesday. Caleb Drouin drove the Raider attack with a three hit performance including a pair of doubles and a home run. Drouin drove in five of the twelve runs and scored one of his own. The Red Raiders (5-1) host Inter-Lakes Monday afternoon.

Prospect Mountain fell to 6-2 with the Belmont loss. Dillon Barnes knocked in two RBIs and went 3 for 3 at the plate in the loss. The Timberwolves hosted Pelham yesterday and head to Winnisquam Monday.

Laconia remained unbeaten with a pair of wins this week. The Sachems slipped past Franklin, 4-2 on Monday and topped Farmington 12-7 Wednesday. James Salta scored five runs and drove in another with four hits. Laconia (5-0) hosted Gilford yesterday and welcomes White Mountains this afternoon.

The Golden Eagles picked up a pair of wins this week, topping Inter-Lakes, 7-4 and routing Newfound, 22-12. Alex Thornton had a big day at the plate going 3 for 4 with six RBIs and two runs scored. Gilford (4-1) visited Laconia yesterday and will welcome the Sachems on Monday.

Inter-Lakes dropped their third consecutive game in three days this week. The Lakers fell to Prospect Mountain, 11-5, Gilford, 7-4, and Moultonborough, 8-7. Inter-Lakes (2-4) will look to end the skid against Mascoma Valley today.

Winnisquam picked up their first two wins of the season this week, topping Mascoma Valley, 15-3, and Berlin, 6-0. Tim Harmon pitched a complete, five hit shutout in the Berlin win. Harmon struck out four in the outing. The Bears (2-4) look to continue the streak against Newfound today.


Prospect Mountain dropped their first game of the season 7-4 against Belmont. The Timberwolves (7-1) hosted Pelham yesterday and visit Winnisquam Monday.

The Bears (2-4) plated 25 runs against Mascoma Valley Monday in a 25-1 victory. Winnisquam could not carry the offense over to Berlin, falling 4-3 to the Mountaineers. Lauren Bolstridge had a two run homer in the loss. The Bears host Newfound today.

Belmont picked up their fourth consecutive win Tuesday, topping Prospect Mountain, 7-4. The Red Raiders host Inter-Lakes Monday.

Laconia fell to 3-3 after a pair of losses this week. The first came against Franklin, 3-0, and another against Farmington, 6-3. The Sachems hosted Gilford yesterday and welcome White Mountains today.

Inter-Lakes could not come up with a win this week, falling to Prospect Mountain, 13-1, Gilford, 13-3, and Moultonborough, 11-0. The Lakers travel to Mascoma Valley tomorrow.

Gilford improved to 2-4 after a pair of wins against Inter-Lakes, 13-3, and Newfound, 9-5. The Golden Eagles traveled to Laconia yesterday and welcome the Sachems on Monday.

Girls' tennis

Prospect Mountain improved to 6-2 after winning all three matches this week. The Timberwolves topped Moultonborough, 5-4, Inter-Lakes, 7-2, and Profile School, 5-4. The Timberwolves visit Kearsarge today.

Inter-Lakes bounced back from the Prospect Mountain's loss with a 6-3 win over Kingswood. The Lakers (3-5) hosted Profile School yesterday and visit Prospect Mountain Monday.

Gilford picked up a pair of wins this week against Inter-Lakes, 6-2, and White Mountains, 6-3. The Golden Eagles (5-3) visited Conant yesterday and head to Moultonborough Monday.

Boys' tennis

Gilford remains atop the DII tennis standings with a 7-2 win over Inter-Lakes and a 9-0 victory against White Mountains. The Golden Eagles (9-0) visited Conant yesterday and Moultonborough Monday.

Inter-Lakes picked up their fifth win against Kingswood, 6-3, Wednesday. The Lakers traveled to Profile School yesterday and welcome Prospect Mountain Monday.

Prospect Mountain fell to 5-4 after a 5-4 loss to Profile School. The Timberwolves host Kearsarge today.

Boys' lacrosse

Laconia split a pair of games this week. The Sachems topped Kearsarge, 7-6, Monday afternoon and fell at Pelham, 9-3, Tuesday. Laconia visited Gilford yesterday and heads to Manchester West Monday.

Gilford fell to 1-4 after and 8-4 loss to Monadnock Tuesday. The Golden Eagles hosted Laconia yesterday and Hopkinton Tuesday.

Girls' lacrosse

Laconia improved to 5-1 after a 20-6 victory over Oyster River Wednesday. The Sachems welcome St. Thomas Aquinas today.
Gilford fell to St. Thomas Aquinas, 9-17 Monday. The Golden Eagles (3-2) welcome Plymouth on Monday.

Belmont fell to 0-7 after a tough loss to Coe-Brown, 13-12. The Red Raiders visit Bow today.

Last Updated on Thursday, 07 May 2015 08:19

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