The Gilford Golden Eagles volleyball team fell to 6-3 this week, dropping matches to Coe-Brown 3-0 and Portsmouth 3-1. Gilford looks to rebound tomorrow at Prospect Mountain before hosting Hanover on Wednesday.
In other volleyball action, Prospect Mountain (2-8) will head into tomorrow's matchup with Gilford on a three game skid. The Timberwolves host Gilford tomorrow and Kingswood on Monday.
Laconia (3-5) split the week, losing to Kingswood 3-0 and besting Hanover 3-0. The Sachems host Newfound tonight and Plymouth on Monday.
Winnisquam lost their third match on the season to begin the week 3-2 against Farmington. The Bears bounced back and shut down Mascoma Valley two days later. They return to the court tomorrow at Belmont and host Mascoma Valley on Monday.
The Red Raiders (2-6) fell to Farmington and Nute this week by the scores of 3-0. Belmont host the Bears tomorrow and Franklin on Monday.
Inter-Lakes (6-3) began the week by losing a heartbreaker to Moultonborough 3-2 on Saturday before topping Franklin 3-1. The Lakers head to Raymond tonight and Trinity on Wednesday.
The Laconia Sachems offense adapted last Friday night from run first to an aerial attack in a 35-14 victory over Hanover. Laconia, 2-1 on the season, will return home this Friday to host St Thomas Aquinas. The Saints have been rolling over their competition so far, outscoring their opponents 169-28. St. Thomas beat Plymouth 49-16 at home on Saturday.
Gilford's homecoming was spoiled by Newport 27-20 on Saturday afternoon. The Golden Eagles are in a three way tie with Newport and Inter-Lakes for first in their conference. Gilford will head to Fall Mountain (0-3) on Saturday.
Christian Serrano carried the Winnisquam Bears to a 35-26 victory over Farmington-Newt on Friday Night. The junior rushed 12 times for 238 yards and four touchdowns. The Bears head to Campbell (1-2) on Saturday.
Inter-Lakes (2-1) returned to their winning ways on Saturday besting Newfound 39-20. The Lakers offense was lead by Andrew Brothers with 78 yards on the ground and two rushing TDs. Inter-Lakes head to Newport in a NHIAA Division III North Conference first place matchup. Newport is 2-1 on the season,edging the Golden Eagles to bring all three teams atop the conference.
Winnisquam (5-4) is riding a three game win streak, most recently shutting out White Mountains 3-0. The Bears are in action today at Conant before hosting Mascoma Valley on Tuesday.
The Laconia Sachems (4-5) earned a split this week, first nipping Gilford 2-1 and then falling to Bishop Brady 3-2. Laconia heads to Littleton today before returning home on Tuesday against Hopkinton.
Gilford (3-6) is on a four game skid heading into today's action at Pembroke. The Golden Eagles return home to host Bishop Brady on Tuesday.
The Lakers (6-2-1) blanked Moultonborough 2-0 last weekend before falling to falling to Somersworth 2-1. Inter-Lakes are at Belmont on Monday and will host Berlin on Thursday.
Belmont (7-3) scored a pair of 1-0 victories against Gilford and Hillsboro-Deering this week. The Red Raiders host Lakes Region foes Gilford tomorrow and Inter-Lakes on Monday.
The Sachems (3-5-1) beat Prospect Mountain 3-2 before falling to Fall Mountain 1-0.
Laconia are at Raymond today and host Pelham on Tuesday.
Gilford (2-5-3) gained their second win on the season over Berlin 4-1. The Golden Eagles head to Belmont tomorrow and host the Timberwolves on Tuesday.
Prospect Mountain (2-8) also gained their second win this week 6-1 over Kingswood before falling to Bishop Brady 3-2. The Timberwolves host White Mountains tomorrow and are in Gilford on Tuesday.
Prospect Mountain earned win number 10 this week against Campbell 2-1. The Undefeated Timberwolves host Farmington tomorrow and Somersworth on Tuesday.
Belmont (7-3) dropped a pair this week to Gilford 3-0 and Inter-Lakes 2-1. The Red Raiders look to return the favor at home against Gilford tomorrow before hosting Franklin on Wednesday.
Gilford (7-2) is on a five game win-streak, recently rolling over Laconia 7-2. The Golden Eagles are at Belmont tomorrow and head to Kingswood Tuesday.
Inter-Lakes (7-3) have gone .500 over the last four matches losing to Moultonborough last Saturday 4-1 and beating Belmont 2-1 recently. The Lakers hosted Mascoma Valley yesterday and will face off against Laconia on Tuesday.
Laconia (2-8) have dropped seven games in a row heading into this weekend. The Sachems are at Inter-Lakes on Tuesday and host Mascoma Valley next Friday.
The Bears (1-8) scored their first three goals of the season in a 3-1 victory over Franklin. Winnisquam then doubled their season goal total in a 5-3 loss to Newfound. They look to continue the offense against White Mountains today and Bow on Tuesday.
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