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Lakes Region Lacrosse Club kicks off largest season yet

April 12 marked one of the largest opening days for the Lakes Region Lacrosse Club (LRLC). Drawing young athletes from more than eight surrounding communities, LRLC is fielding over 150 players among eight teams, consisting of 4 boys' teams and 4 girls' teams aging 15 and under. This year marks the largest turnout in the leagues' twenty year presence in the Lakes Region.

The LRLC wishes to thank this season's presenting sponsor and longtime supporter, Irwin Automotive Group for their generosity. The club also welcomes and is proud to announce this year's additional sponsors; Cantin Chevrolet, Children's Dentistry of the Lakes Region, Clearwater Construction, GMI Asphalt, JMG Marketing, New Hampton School, Rowell's Sewer & Drain, Tilton Sports Center, Watermark Marine Supply and Wood and Clay, Inc.

For more information about the LRLC or any of the above listed sponsors, visit lrlacrosse.org.

Last Updated on Monday, 27 April 2015 09:59

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Gilford boys' tennis tops Berlin to earn 6th win

The Gilford boys' tennis team raised its record to 6-0, defeating Berlin last Thursday, 8-1. Gilford swept the singles, getting wins from Andrew Caulfield, Bryce Workman, Grant Workman, Nolan Dwyer, Brad Bergman, and Sam Shafique. Winning their doubles matches were Caulfield/G. Workman and B.Workman/Shafique.
The next matches are at Inter-Lakes on Monday, May 4, (4 p.m.); home vs. Prospect Mt. on Tuesday, May 5 (4 p.m.); at White Mountains on Wednesday, May 6 (4 p.m.); and home vs. Conant on Thursday, May 7 (4 p.m.).

Last Updated on Monday, 27 April 2015 09:53

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Round-up: Belmont baseball starts season with three straight wins

Belmont baseball improved to 3-0 Friday afternoon with an 8-4 win over Farmington. Joe Levesque pitched a complete game five hitter for the Red Raiders. Belmont visited Franklin yesterday before taking the week off for school vacation. Belmont will be back in action May 4 at Gilford.

Inter-Lakes topped Berlin Friday, 8-6. The Lakers head into the break with a 2-1 record and will host Prospect Mountain May 4 to resume regular season play.

Gilford fell 10-6 to Prospect Mountain Thursday. The Golden Eagles (2-1) host Belmont May 4.

Prospect Mountain bested Berlin, 7-4, Saturday before hosting Raymond yesterday. The Timberwolves visit Farmington tomorrow before heading to April Vacation.

Winnisquam (0-3) hosted Monadnock yesterday. The Bears are off until May 4 against Mascoma Valley.

Laconia (3-0) heads to Franklin May 4 after school vacation.


Prospect Mountain put their 4-0 mark on the line yesterday against Raymond. The Timberwolves visit Farmington tomorrow before the break.

Belmont improved to 3-1 after a 9-3 victory over Farmington. The Red Raiders hosted Franklin yesterday before the school break.

Gilford fell to 0-4 after a 14-0 to Prospect Mountain last week. The Golden Eagles are off until May 4 against Belmont.

Laconia won their third game in a row after a 14-6 win over Somersworth. The Sachems (3-1) visit Franklin on May 4.

Winnisquam hosted Newfound yesterday before the break. The Bears (0-3) resume the regular season on May 4 against Mascoma Valley.

Inter-Lakes (0-3) will head to Prospect Mountain on May 4.

Girls' tennis

Gilford fell to 3-3 after a 5-4 loss to Berlin. The Golden Eagles welcome Inter-Lakes after the break on May 4.

Inter-Lakes heads into the break at 2-3 after dropping the last two matches, 7-2 to Sanborn and 5-4 to Berlin. The Lakers head to Gilford on May 4.

Prospect Mountain heads into the break with three wins and a pair of losses. The Timberwolves resume the regular season May 4 at Moultonborough.

Boys' tennis

Gilford heads into the break with a perfect 6-0 record continuing to add to the 18-0 record from last season. The Golden Eagles head to Meredith on May 4 to take on the Lakers.

Inter-Lakes has reeled off four wins in a row after losing the first two matches of the season. The Lakers have a test in Gilford if they want to keep the four game streak alive on May 4.

Prospect Mountain (4-2) shut out White Mountains, 5-0 before the break. The Timberwolves host Moultonborough on May 4.

Girls' lacrosse

Gilford is 4-1 heading into the break. The Golden Eagles topped Oyster River, 7-4. Gilford heads to St Thomas Aquinas on May 4 to resume the regular season.

Laconia is 3-1 heading into the break. The Sachems visit Oyster River on May 6.

Belmont (0-2) visited ConVal yesterday and Welcomes Oyster River tomorrow before heading into the break.

Boys' lacrosse

The Sachems ran past Stevens, 16-1 Friday to improve to 4-1 on the season. Laconia is off until May 4 when they host Kearsarge.

Gilford topped Manchester West, 9-4 last Tuesday to pick up their first win of the season. The Golden Eagles are 1-3 heading into the off week. The team will travel to Monadnock on May 5.

Last Updated on Monday, 27 April 2015 09:47

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Waukewan Ladies Golf League begins play on June 2

The Ladies Nine Hole League at Waukewan Golf Club 2015 season will begin on Tuesday, June 2 with a starting time of 2:30 p.m. The club welcomes ladies who are looking to join a friendly diverse group and enjoy a variety of golf games. The league play will continue a format that provides the members with flexibility for season play. Foursomes will be set up each week. Membership in the golf course is not required; however, players must have an established handicap preferably in the GHIN system. The fee for joining the league is $40 with special rate packages for weekly play. The deadline for joining is April 30.
Ladies interested in joining the league should email Kathleen Sweeney at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call her at (603) 344-7011. Checks may be mailed to Barb Barbuto at 833 Weirs Boulevard, Unit B-1, Laconia, NH 03246.

Last Updated on Thursday, 23 April 2015 07:16

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