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Laconia girls' soccer no match for Inter-Lakes, Rotonnelli

Caitlin Rotonnelli fired 6 shots into the net for an 8-0 Inter-Lakes win away at Laconia on Friday. Goals were also scored by Kaylee Converse (assist from Sarah Dunlap) and Daniele Boucher (assist from Margaux Dickinson). Other assists from the game, 3 more from Sarah Dunlap, 2 from Charlotte Morrow, 1 from Madelyn Edgar. Goalie Kenzi Giroux posted a shutout with help from a strong defensive performance by senior Reilly Donovan.
Inter-Lakes now has a record of 10-4 and is scheduled to play at home today against Newport.

Last Updated on Monday, 21 October 2013 08:34

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I-L volleyball gets it done in Farmington

The Inter-Lakes High School varsity volleyball team improved to 11-3 with a straight set win on the road at Farmington on Friday night, 25-13, 25-22, 25-18. The Lakers were led by senior middle hitter Jordan Donohue who recorded 22 kills, six blocks and 10 service points in the match. Hayley Roth registered 32 assists, 12 service points, six digs and three kills in a solid overall performance. Jessica Schofield put down seven kills and four blocks. Also contributing were Lydia Swedberg (11 points, five digs), Kaila Martin (six kills) and Jenny Pelczar (seven digs, five points). The victory locks Inter-Lakes in a tie with Belmont for fifth place in NHIAA Division III volleyball standings with one week in the regular season left to go.

Last Updated on Monday, 21 October 2013 08:30

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Seniors lead Golden Eagle field hockey to historic undefeated season

With senior captains Rachel Blandford, Mollie Dignan and Kelsey Buckley each scoring a goal, the Golden Eagles completed the school's first undefeated field hockey season with an 8-0 victory over Profile on Friday. Seven players scored while the defense and goalie Ashlyn Miller produced the team's ninth shutout of the season, also a regular season record. The Eagles finished the regular season 12-0-2.
Gilford enters the playoffs as the second seed and will host a home game on Wednesday at 3 p.m.

Last Updated on Monday, 21 October 2013 08:29

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Lakes Region United U-13 girls wins Capitol Cup

Columbus Day weekend, the Lakes Region United U-13 Dvision 1 girls soccer team won the 2013 Capitol Cup. The tournament was played Saturday, Sunday and Monday at NHTI in Concord. This LRU team is a combination of Belmont, Gilford and Canterbury residents.

On Sat LRU beat John Stark United 4-0 and tied the Hampton Attack 0-0. There were 2 brackets of 3 teams in the girls U-13 division, LRU was the 1 seed in their bracket after the Saturday games. They played Seacoast United in the semi-finals on Sunday and won 3-0.

That win put LRU in the finals on Monday at 9 a.m. where they faced The Loudon Freedom who were 3-0 on Saturday and Sunday. After a 0-0 tie through the first half, 12 minutes into the 2nd half Laurel Normandin scored the 1st goal of the game with a perfect shot to the top right corner of the goal from the 18 yard line. About 8 minutes later Elise Hall scored the 2nd goal for LRU to seal the 2-0 victory.

LRU played the tournament with just 12 regular players from their normal roster, two were unable to play Columbus Day weekend. They grabbed two 10 year-olds who play on the U-11 Lakes Region United team, Becca Fleming and Morgan Hall, to help give the older girls some very much needed rest throughout the tournament. LRU was led by their outstanding defense, sweeper Chloe Sottak, stopper Lizzie Fleming and outside backs Katie Galambos and Haley Treamer along with goalie Hannah Perkins. This unit did not give up a goal the entire tournament and the team is 7-0 in the Division 1 NH Soccer League where they have only given up 1 goal the entire regular season. Center Midfielders Kenzie Donovan and Laurel Normandin did an outstanding job controlling the middle of the field the entire weekend and center mid Kaitlynn Delisle and striker Katie Gagnon did a fantastic job distributing the ball. Striker Elise Hall led the team with 3 goals for the tournament and outside midfielders Zoe Zimmermann and JuJu Estremera were amazing all 4 games running up and down the field.

Head coach Brett Sottak would like to thank Seacoast Express United for putting on such a great tournament. He would like to thank his parents for their support and commitment to this team. He would like to thank coaches Christian Zimmermann, Chris Gagnon and Jason Record for all their help and dedication to the team. Most importantly, he would like to congratulate the girls on a phenomenal tournament, he has coached most of these girls for the past 4 to 5 years and is amazed at how well they have performed and is so proud of them.

Last Updated on Monday, 21 October 2013 08:23

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