Friends of Belmont Football (FOBF), a charitable organization, is currently raising funds toward its goal of making football a reality for Belmont High School student-athletes.
Any Belmont High School athlete who has played football in younger recreational leagues can't play in high school because Belmont doesn't have a team. Current Belmont 8th graders playing football in Gilford won a championship last year and currently have a record of 5 and 1 so far this year.
These kids have nowhere to play next year unless the school district can establish a co-operative team.
FOBF members are determined to raise funds to help Belmont establish that partnership with another school district and have a combined football team. To help make this happen, Friends of Belmont Football is reaching out to the community for help with fundraising efforts.
The Belmont Village Store is currently offering $.99 egg and cheese breakfast sandwiches through Nov.14. The store is donating 100% of proceeds from the sale of those sandwiches to FOBF.
Additionally, donations can be made online at: http://www.gofundme.com/4hn5wc, or checks made payable to The Friends of Belmont Football may be mailed to 552 Union Road in Belmont NH, 03220.
Last Updated on Monday, 21 October 2013 08:46
The White Mountain School hosted the Sant Bani soccer team in a hard-fought nail-biter on Saturday. Sant Bani found themselves quickly down 2-0 on back-to-back White Mountain goals in the 9th and 10th minutes by Chen Chen Zhou and Darvis Borges. Three minutes later, Sant Bani co-captain Harrison Evans got his team back to within a goal, scoring on an indirect kick deflected off a White Mountain defender.
Seven minutes into the second half Evans again found the back of the net, this time on a feed pass from fellow senior Caio Thielen. Both teams, playing with only three subs, were denied further chances with great goalkeeping and gutsy defense, each squad exhausted by the final whistle. Sant Bani will be logging some significant miles in the coming week, visiting Dublin School, Kimball Union Academy and Vermont Academy. Coach Todd Schongalla's advice to his team: "Get some rest and keep up with your homework."
Last Updated on Monday, 21 October 2013 08:44
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
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