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Belmont volleyball's losing streak stretches to three

The Belmont High School volleyball team dropped its third game in a row and its fourth of the season in 3-2 loss against Moultonborough on Monday. Belmont took the first two sets with scores of 25-22 and 25-21, but Moultonborough swept the following three, by the scores of 25-23, 25-18 and 15-10.

Belmont's Megan Bailey recorded one ace, five kills, one dig and 31 assists. Jessie Bergeron had six aces, two kills, 28 digs and two assists. Alyssa Woods had three aces, ten kills, one dig and one block. Louisa Bergeron had 11 kills and one block, while Jackely Robarge added five ace and five digs.

Last Updated on Thursday, 24 October 2013 09:04

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Inter-Lakes volleyball earns win #12

The Inter-Lakes High School varsity volleyball team improved to 12-3 on Wednesday night with a straight set victory over Prospect Mountain, 25-20, 25-18, 25-17. Leading the way for the Lakers were senior captains Jordan Donohue (10 kills, seven points, four aces) and Lydia Swedberg (13 points, nine digs). Hayley Roth contributed 16 assists and four service points. Junior outside hitter Kaila Martin registered 13 service points and four kills in the win. Inter-Lakes heads into the final match of the regular season ranked fifth in the NHIAA Division III volleyball standings.

Last Updated on Thursday, 24 October 2013 09:01

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Rotonnelli goes 'over the hill' as Inter-Lakes shuts out Newport

The Inter-Lakes girls' varsity soccer won its final home game yesterday vs Newport 4-0. Kenzi Giroux had some big saves for the shutout. Caitlin Rotonnelli joined the Over the Hill club turning in her 40th goal for the season. Rotonnelli scored the game's first goal 13 minutes into the game with an assist from Charlotte Morrow. Three minutes later Morrow scored her own goal with an assist from Sarah Dunlap. Madelyn Edgar connected with Rotonnelli for the third goal of the half. In the second half a solid pass from Morrow let Rotonnelli take a left footed blast into the corner of the net for her 3rd goal of the game and 11th hat trick of the season. Great all around effort from seniors Caitlyn Curran, Natalie Johnson, Reilly Donovan. Lakers improve to 11-4 with their final game at Gilford on Friday.

Last Updated on Thursday, 24 October 2013 08:48

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LHS round-up: football team heads to Kennett for North Conference showdown

LACONIA — The Sachems (3-4) head to Kennett tonight, attempting to return to a .500. Laconia comes to the game after an exciting win over Lebanon last week, one which saw the Sachems mount a fourth quarter comeback sparked by a strip fumble that was returned 70 yards for a defensive touchdown. Laconia would score 13 points in the final frame to beat Lebanon (2-5) 20-17. The Sachems are in control of their own destiny for a playoff berth, but have to win tonight and next week against Milford to secure a spot in the NHIAA Division II playoffs.

Boys' soccer

The soccer team fell to 10-5 this week losing 2-1 to Belmont. The boys finish the regular season tonight when they play host to Mascoma Valley (2-13).

If Laconia earns a bid into the playoffs, the tournament will begin Tuesday, October 29.

Girls' soccer

The Sachems won their second game of the season Tuesday afternoon by shutting out Kingswood (1-14). The girls will finish the season tonight when they head to Alton to take on Prospect Mountain (7-7-1).

Field Hockey

Laconia earned the tenth seed in the NHIAA Division III playoff tournament with a 9-5 record. The Sachems traveled to Tilton to face off with the seventh seed Winnisquam Bears on Wednesday. Laconia failed to score in a 3-0 loss. The Bears will head to Gilford to play the two seed on Saturday at 2 p.m.


The Laconia girls' volleyball team lost 3-0 Monday night when they hosted Gilford (11-3). On Wednesday earned a 3-1 win in Conway versus Kennett. The team will host Kingswood tonight for the final match of the regular season.

Last Updated on Thursday, 24 October 2013 08:23

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