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Amy Annis Volleyball Tournament will be Jan. 25

The 3rd Annual Amy Annis Volleyball Tournament will be held on Saturday, January 25 at the Gilford High School an Middle School gymnasiums. The registration fee of $100 per team will benefit the Amy Annis Scholarship Fund and the American Cancer Society. Entry forms are available at the Gilford High School office or by emailing This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. . Call Joan Forge at 253-3363 with any questions.
Teams may consists of players from high school age students through adult and may have any number of players, however each team must have three females and three males on the court at all times. Nets will be set at 7'4", and four courts will be utilized for the tournament.
There will be a maximum number of 16 teams in the tournament with four teams in four different pools.
At the conclusion of Pool Play the top two teams in each pool move on to the Gold Division Bracket Tournament and the bottom two teams in each pool move onto the Silver Division Bracket Tournament.
Each team is guaranteed three games in pool play and one game in tournament play.

Last Updated on Monday, 16 December 2013 09:18

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Boles sets standard for 1500m at first indoor track meet of the season

Belmont High School's Joseph Boles placed first in the 1500m at the first meet of the indoor season, held at the Leverone Fieldhouse at Dartmouth College. His time (4:24.09) is the fastest in the New Hampshire Indoor Track and Field League after the first week of indoor competition. Boles completed a unique double as he sprinted to a personal record of 7.19 in the 55m. Bobby Blais (42.60, 300m), Kyle Patten (41.30, 300m) and Michael Sanborn (28' 5.25", shot put) also set personal records.

Last Updated on Monday, 16 December 2013 08:56

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Gilford boys' team opens season with win over Franklin

FRANKLIN — Gilford survived a late run by Franklin to hold on to a 48-42 victory in the Division III opener for the Golden Eagles. Franklin evened things up 39-39 with two and a half minutes remaining, but Gilford responded on the next possession with a three from junior Patrick Scannell (3 points). Gilford did not give up a field goal from that point on.

Gilford started the evening a little slow, scoring only seven points in the first quarter. "We started out cold. We missed the first six three-point attempts," said Gilford coach Chip Veazey. "Franklin played well tonight." The Golden Tornadoes were led by point guard Kenny Torres, who had 19 points on the night. 14 of which came in the first half.

Gilford found its rhythm in the third quarter, feeding the ball to junior Josh Joyce (22 points) and Kyle Gaudet (8 points). "I felt as though we defended Joyce well until he started getting free in the second half," said Franklin coach Jim Cilley. "We lost the game on defense. This team responded well considering how young they are," Cilley continued. "Our two kids from last season only have four wins, and the JV kids from last season didn't win once." Dana Bean was the second leading scorer for Franklin with nine points.

Both teams will be in action on Tuesday night when Gilford hosts Inter-Lakes and Franklin heads to Laconia.

Last Updated on Monday, 16 December 2013 08:54

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2 wins for Laconia Pee Wee I hockey team

The Lakes Region Youth Hockey Pee Wee I team, sponsored by Fay's Boat Yard, had a successful weekend of hockey. On Saturday the team traveled to Keene to play their Pee Wee team. The Lakers defeated Keene 7-2 with a hat-trick scored by the Lakers' Cole Reid and a playmaker scored by Brendan Hanaway. Trevor Gallagher added 2 goals under his belt and Trent Fountain took credit for another. Hanaway also had a goal, assisted by Reid. Nate Cammack, a brick defensive body for the Lakers, chalked up an assist as well in the game. The Lakers prevailed once again on Sunday, when the team hosted the Plymouth Predators. It was a close game, back and forth. Jacob Maheux was in net for the first half of the game for the Lakers and stopped many of the Predators shots. Reid achieved the first goal of the game, unassisted. With a great pass from Trevor Gallagher, Reid scored again, making the game 2-0 Lakers. The Predators fought back and came back with a quick goal, score now 2-1 end of 1st. Nate Cammack and Nate McCarvill both strong players for the Lakers, bounced the puck out of the home zone each time the Predators tried to score. The Predators came back with another goal quickly into the 2nd, making it a tie game. Colin McGreevy, now entering the net for the Lakers was determined to let nothing between the pipes. Blake Dunlap rushed the puck a few times into the Predator zone, but their defense quickly whipped it away. Trent Fountain was there with a big pass from Will Roberge. Fountain took a shot on net, but the Predator goalie managed to save it. Reid got another one past the opposing team's goalie, unassisted and it was now 3-2, Lakers. The Predators were coming on strong. Patrick Mohan, a hulk defense for the Lakers, stopped the Predator forwards from going into his team's zone. The Predators managed to find a path to the Laker end, tieing the game up in the 2nd, 3-3. Back to the middle for the face-off, defender Camille Pollak wasn't letting anything past her. She knew it was a close game and stood tough. Center Brendan Hanaway found the puck and entered a pathway through the Predators, with a quick, precise pass to Cole Reid, Reid put another one in the back of the net for a 4-3 win. Reid then earning himself another hat-trick for the weekend.

Last Updated on Thursday, 12 December 2013 08:09

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