Belmont scored early and often, tallying ten goals before the buzzer signaled the end of the first half. Goalie Taylor Becker turned aside two shots in the half.
After a quick second half goal to go up 11-0, Belmont's offensive flurry ended as the host team scored. The rest of the game was evenly played. Both teams went up and down the field in a quick-paced game but the Lady Red Raiders never relinquished the lead gained in the first half.
Anna Scott's four goals paced the Red Raider attack. Kaitlyn Berry added three goals and an assist. Allivia Burbank contributed two goals and an assist. Emily Ennis and Katherine Jeas each had a goal and an assist. Playing in her first game, Hailey Clough recorded her first goal. Taylor Becker had 5 saves in net.
Belmont is home for a 4 p.m. tilt against New Hampton on Wednesday then hosts Mount Washington on Saturday at 10 a.m.
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Scoring wins for Gilford in the singles matches were Charleyne Panner, Emily Hanf, Abby Lines and Emily Curtis. The Gilford doubles teams of Hanf/Panner and Lines/Vieten were also victorious.
The next scheduled match for Gilford is on April 29 at Kearsarge.
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The next match is 4/29 at home versus Kearsarge.
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The girls' team placed 4th overall. Scoring team points were Natalie Duffied (200M), Isabel Cunningham (Discus), Krystal Nelson (Long Jump), Jeanne Puglisi (High Jump), Haley Roth (300 Hurdles and Triple Jump), and 4 X 100 Relay Team.
The boys' team finished in second place with Berlin winning and Moultonborough placing 4th. Scoring team points were Evan Candage (100M), Derek Chase (Triple Jump), Trevor Colby (1600 & 3200), Cameron Daly (1600, 300 Hurdles, Triple Jump), David Donovan (100M, Long Jump & Triple Jump), Mitch Jurius (High Hurdles, High Jump, Shot Put, Discus), Ryan Nickerson (300 Hurdles), Sam Otis (400M & Triple Jump), Finn O'Connell (Javelin). The 4 X 100 Relay finished 3rd and the 4 X 400 Relay finished 2nd when Ryan Welch dove through the finish line falling and scraping both hands and knees.
Mitch Jurius qualified for the state meet in the Discus, throwing 109' 2" , winning the event. The next home meet is Tuesday, April 30 at 4 p.m.
Last Updated on Monday, 22 April 2013 10:32