Tilton School opened its regular season campaign with a 3-1 victory over visiting Canadian private school, Stanstead College.
Stanstead shocked the Rams with a goal less than two minutes into the match. However, Tilton buckled down with the defensive leadership of seniors Paul Lee and Jeremy Choroszy. The attack got going on a goal by 9th grader Jason Bogacz in the 13th minute.
After halftime the hosts had a number of opportunities and finished on two of them with junior Tyler Hatch and sophomore Dikran Arshagouni pushing the score to 3-1.
Tilton's junior varsity team lost to Stanstead, 2-1.
Tilton travels to Gould Academy (ME) on Saturday for a New England prep school match.
Last Updated on Thursday, 12 September 2013 07:47
The Laconia High School field hockey team earned a 4-0 win over Profile on September 11.
Giuliana Kevlin gave the Sachems a 1-0 lead in the first half. Her team mates Danielle Cote, Sam Silva and Nicole Bogert each netted goals in the second. Goalie Maggie Randall recorded one save for the Sachems.
Last Updated on Thursday, 12 September 2013 07:43
Laconia and Gilford boys' soccer teams grappled in a hard fought match on September 10, with both sides providing a good display of skill and athleticism. Gilford jumped out to an early lead on a Dan Dormody goal and had another first half scoring opportunity called back to hold the score at 1-0 to end the first half. Laconia spent a good part of the first half in their defensive half but were able to keep the Gilford attack at bay. Laconia came out stronger in the second half and the match was truly a back and forth battle for the next 30 minutes with each side having multiple scoring chances. Gilford kept pushing and Dormody was able to net a second goal in the 70th minute and again, again off of Dormody's boot, in the 79th. Laconia kept their heads in the match and were rewarded when Sachem Aidan Dean able to put one in the back of the net seconds before the final whistle. Goalkeeper Panthavy Pradacith recorded 12 saves for Laconia.
Last Updated on Thursday, 12 September 2013 07:42
The Lakes Region Wavemakers Swim Team officially began its fall/winter season on September 9. The team welcomes swimmers from throughout the Lakes Region and beyond. The team host swimmers from North Conway, Franconia, Northfield, Bristol and Canterbury to name a few of the towns. Swimming is a sport that takes dedication as well as a love for the water and a dedication to focus on improving technique which will then build speed. The team focuses on each swimmer making improvements in their time, technique, pride and confidence. Even though some say swimming is an individual sport, the Wavemakers have a strong team atmosphere across the ages. Many friendships are made at the pool, too. Registration are still being accepted. For more information, visit www.lakesregionwavemakers.com/ or call Judy Cook at 293-0279.
Last Updated on Monday, 09 September 2013 08:18