An article printed in Tuesday's edition listed an incorrect name for one of the members of the Gilford High School football team. The Golden Eagles' quarterback is named Carter Mercer, who threw a pair of touchdowns in the victory for Gilford.
Last Updated on Thursday, 18 September 2014 08:38
On a brisk morning on September 10 the 76 golfers from 19 clubs throughout the state were excited to hit the links for a perfect day of golf. "Fifty Shades of Green" was the theme for the Waukewan Ladies League's 41st Annual Invitational Tournament. Multiple shades of green were reflected in the ladies' attire. This year the Ladies League selected the Got Lunch! Program as the charity, which services the Inter-Lakes and Moultonborough area school children. Christine Hoedecker George shared with the group how the Got Lunch! Program works and the number of meals supplied to the children in the area.
After the ladies enjoyed a continental breakfast provided by Waukewan Golf Club, Linda Ridlon and Ellen Vail, Invitational co-chairs, welcomed the field of golfers and thanked everyone who assisted in all the preparations. The ladies also joined Ridlon in thanking several husbands who served as the welcoming "Bag Guys".
There were eight contest holes waiting for the ladies on the course. Those ladies winning for the contest holes were Donna Leighton who drove her ball "Closest to the Line" at ½" on 2, Val Langbehn "Closest to the Pin" on 3 at 8'3", Charlene Fleming "Closest to the Pin" on 11 at 5"4", Charlotte Gregory "Closest to the Pin" on 16 at 5'2", Val Langbehn "Closest to the Pin 2nd shot" on #5, Roz Gay "Closest to the Pin on 2nd shot" on 14, Carmen Jutras "Longest Drive in the Fairway" on 8 and Julie Richardson "Longest Drive in Fairway" on 15.
The field of golfers was treated to both appetizers provided by League members as well as a tasty luncheon provided by Waukewan in the Bar-N. Val Langbehn and Denise Doyle shared in the duties of drawing raffle tickets for the many items donated by not only local merchants but by several League members as well.
The closing awards were 1st Low Gross to Yolanda Miller at 78; 1st Low Net to Charlene Fleming at 66. The following were the teams who placed in the 2-low net per foursome format: 1st Place- Charlene Fleming, Charlotte Gregory and Judy Watckins at 124; 2nd Place - Yolanda Miller, Rosalyn Gay, Bertha Corless and Marilyn Lynch at 126; 3rd Place - Mary Kruzel, Sharon Fuller, Ellen Vail and Bobbe Fairman at 128, 4th Place-Linda Berlind, Val Langbehn, Kathy Dailey and Sharon Corcoran (card playoff hole 6) at 129, 5th place- Carmen Jutras, Diane Chiasson, Patricia Serafin and Valerie Cross at 129 (card Playoff).
All of the ladies left acknowledging that it was a great day of golf and pleased that their participation in this event will help support the Got Lunch! Program.
Last Updated on Thursday, 18 September 2014 08:32
Tilton Sports Center is currently accepting registrations for the upcoming Winter Session that will start on Oct. 27, 2014. Leagues will be offered for soccer, lacrosse, field hockey, adult kickball, and baseball/softball hitting leagues. There will also be camps and clinics offered in a variety of sports over the winter months.
Individual players and teams of all ability levels are welcome to participate. The first session will run for 12 weeks from October 27 through January 19. Teams typically play one hour-long game per week. Field hockey players can play on teams from 3rd grade to 12th grade. Soccer players from age 6 through adults are welcome to join a team. Lacrosse players ages 8 to 18 are eligible to join a team.
Last Updated on Thursday, 18 September 2014 08:29
Belmont players proved to be a valuable addition to the Gilford football program on Monday. The Junior Varsity Gilford Golden Eagles won their first game in years in a 34-0 victory home against Franklin. The offense did most of its damage on the ground courtesy of strong running by Jackson Spooner and Marc Forgione. Dalton Orneales had a strong performance at Quarterback with one touchdown through the air to wideout Tanner Woods and one run on the ground. The defense was a result of great team effort led by outstanding tackling from Jonathon Custodia and Dylan Gansert. Gilford will look to build on the strong start next Monday at Somersworth.
Last Updated on Thursday, 18 September 2014 08:24
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