The Belmont girls' soccer team's winning streak ended at five on Tuesday when the Red Raiders fell to Bow 5-4. Belmont looks to return to the win column today at Prospect Mountain before hosting Raymond on Tuesday.
Prospect Mountain has struggled out of the gate this year dropping the first six games of the season. The Timberwolves were shutout 7-0 to Bow and 5-0 at Pelham last week. They host Belmont today and head to Laconia on Tuesday.
The Sachems (2-4) have dropped three in a row without scoring a goal this week. Laconia fell 5-0 at Campbell and 2-0 to Division II foe Plymouth. Laconia hosts Gilford on Saturday and Prospect Mountain on Tuesday.
Gilford (1-3-2) struggled to score this week, playing to a 0-0 tie with Hopkinton before losing 5-0 to Campbell. The Golden Eagles head to Laconia tomorrow and out to Newport on Tuesday.
Inter-Lakes (4-1) won a pair without surrendering a goal last week. The Lakers shutout White Mountains 1-0 and Berlin 2-0. They are home today against Moultonborough and visit Kearsarge on Tuesday.
Prospect Mountain (6-0) continues to remain unbeaten on the season, shutting out Laconia and Farmington by the same 3-0 score. The Timberwolves visit Kingswood today and host Raymond on Tuesday.
Laconia (2-4) has dropped three in a row heading into tomorrow's match with Gilford. The Sachems head to Somersworth on Tuesday.
Gilford (3-2) split the week, falling to Prospect Mountain 1-0 before besting Bow 1-0. The Golden Eagles visit Laconia tomorrow and host Mascoma Valley on Tuesday.
Belmont (5-1) has won five straight after the opening day loss to undefeated Prospect Mountain. The Red Raiders held Kingswood and Winnisquam scoreless this week by the scores of 5-0 and 6-0. They look to continue the streak today at Bow and Tuesday at Newfound.
Inter-Lakes (5-1) won a pair of home games this week against Newfound, 4-1, and Berlin 1-0. The Lakers continue the home stand this week hosting Moultonborough tomorrow and Franklin on Tuesday.
Winnisquam (0-6) has yet to score a goal on the season, losing 7-0 to Newfound and 6-0 to Belmont this week. The Bears played in Berlin yesterday and visit Stevens on Tuesday.
The Golden Eagles opened up the football season with a 12-0 victory at Franklin on Saturday. Gilford quarterback Carter Mercer connected with Kyle Gaudet on a pair of touchdown passes while the defense held the Golden Tornadoes to 147 offensive yards in the win. Gilford will host Somersworth (1-0) tomorrow.
Inter-Lakes-Moultonborough and Winnisquam also won their season openers on Saturday. The Lakers beat Fall Mountain 35-20 and the Bears slipped by 27-12. The two teams will meet on tomorrow in Meredith at 2:30pm.
Laconia will host Manchester West (0-1) after a week off tonight at 7 p.m. The Sachems dropped the season opener in Lebanon 22-21 on a failed two-point conversion with 23 seconds remaining in the game.
Gilford (3-1) fell to Windham 3-1 to begin last week but rebounded against Plymouth, winning 3-0. The Golden Eagles hosted Kennett on Wednesday and are at home tonight against Hanover.
Laconia (1-2) fell to Inter-Lakes in their only match of the week last Monday. The Sachems host Kingswood tomorrow and head to Prospect Mountain on Monday.
Prospect Mountain (1-3) recorded their first victory last Friday beating Kennett 3-1. The Timberwolves hosted Hanover on Wednesday. Tonight the girls head to Plymouth before hosting Laconia on Monday.
Inter-Lakes (3-1) beat Laconia last Monday 3-1. The Lakers host Moultonborough tonight and head to Stevens on Monday.
Belmont (1-3) has dropped their last two matches 3-1 to Mascenic and 3-0 to Winnisquam. The Bears head to Pittsfield on Monday and Inter-Lakes on Wednesday.
Winnisquam (5-1) has four voctories in a row heading into Monday's matchup against Newfound. The Bears will visit Nute on Wednesday.
Gilford won a pair of road games last week, beating Kearsarge 2-1 and Franklin 7-1. The Golden Eagles visit Laconia tomorrow and host Littleton on Tuesday.
Laconia (2-2) beat White Mountains on Tuesday. The Sachems host Gilford tomorrow and head to Bow in Tuesday.
Winnisquam (2-3) halted a three game skid on Tuesday with a 2-0 win over Pelham. The Bears visit John Stark today and head to Bishop Brady on Tuesday.
Last Updated on Thursday, 18 September 2014 08:00
The New Hampshire Fighting Spirit Junior 'A' Hockey Club of the Northern States Hockey League (NSHL) has made the Laconia Ice Arena as their new home for the 2014-2015 season after spending last season in Waterville Valley. During the past two seasons, the Spirit has claimed back-to-back Regular Season Championship titles, along with two consecutive appearances in Las Vegas, Nevada for the AAU National Tournament. This particular roster will be filled with players from North America and Europe, ranging from the ages of 18 to 20 years old, with the interest of playing NCAA hockey. The Spirit has two local players, Simon Campbell and Tim Casey who join the team after playing with the Manchester Monarchs for a year. Over the past three seasons (two with the Spirit, one with National Sports Academy), Head Coach/Owner Rod Simmons, Lisa Simmons, and Associate Head Coach Ben Tefft have moved close to 40 individuals to NCAA.
The Fighting Spirit has begun to practice for the season, which begins on the road in Cape Cod on September 20. The home opener will be held on October 3. Pregame starts at 6:45 pm. Tickets are $5 per adult and $3 for children and seniors. Season tickets are on currently on special - $65 for 2 season passes. For more information regarding the Fighting Spirit, schedule, the NSHL, and other events, visit fightingspirithockey.com.
Last Updated on Monday, 15 September 2014 09:27
ROCKVILLE, Md. — Sophomore Wesley Medeiros (Gilford, N.H.) was named the Eastern Collegiate Football Conference (ECFC) Special Teams Player of the Week for the week ending Sept. 14 on Monday morning.
Medeiros was superb all afternoon for Norwich in its kicking game as he helped the Cadets to a big 10-7 non-conference win over St. Lawrence on Saturday.
Medeiros went 1-for-1 on his field goal attempts, added an extra point for a four-point day and punted seven times for a 34.3 yard average with a long of 46. Medeiros set up the NU defense for a standout day, doing his part by starting the SLU offense on its own side of the 50-yard line for much of the day.
This marks Medeiros' third ECFC Special Teams Player of the Week nod in his career after winning the honor twice last season as a freshman.
Norwich (1-1, 0-0 ECFC) returns home to Sabine Field at Haynes Family Stadium on Saturday, Sept. 20 when it hosts Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI) at 1 p.m. in its final non-conference game of the season.
Last Updated on Monday, 15 September 2014 09:24
FRANKLIN — Gilford returned to the gridiron on Saturday looking to put last season's falter in the quarterfinals behind them. The Golden Eagles went to Franklin and came away with a 12-0 victory. A pair of touchdown passes from Connor Mercer to Kyle Gaudet were enough to get past the Golden Tornadoes.
"Our defense played outstanding only allowing 147 yards of offense," said first year head coach Shawn Garrett. "We made some mistakes on special teams, but our defense was up to the challenge."
Gilford won the NHIAA Division III Lakes Region Conference last season, a feat that will be difficult to repeat due to a new alignment of teams. The NHIAA went from a four conference setup down to two eight team conferences. Gilford is in the new North Conference. Four teams from each conference will make the postseason.
The Golden Eagles will host Somersworth in the home opener on Saturday. "We are working on our special teams this week to prepare for the Hilltoppers."
Inter-Lakes-Moultonborough and Winnisquam also won their season openers on Saturday. The Lakers beat Fall Mountain 35-20 and the Bears slipped by Raymond, 27-12. The two teams will meet on Saturday in Meredith.
The 0-1 Laconia Sachems had the weekend off and will host Manchester West (0-1) in their home opener Friday night at Bank of New Hampshire Stadium.
Last Updated on Monday, 15 September 2014 09:21