Placing for the Laker Girls were: Natlie Duffied - 3rd in the 100M and 4th in the 200M, Kaylee Converse - 3rd in the 200M and 4th in the Long Jump, Charlotte Morrow - 3rd in the High Jump, Krystal Nelson - 2nd in the Long Jump, Jeanne Puglisi - 4th in the High Jump. Nelson and Puglisi have now qualified for the state meet.
Inter-Lakes Boys set 42 personal bests along with 17 new or improved state qualifiers. Event winners include: Mitch Jurius - Discus, Sam Otis - Triple Jump, Trevor Colby - 3200, Devante Carter - Javelin, and David Donovan 200M, 100M and Long Jump. David broke the school record in the 100M (1985 record) and Long Jump (1974 record).
The Lakers traveled to Winnisquam on Saturday, May h, competing with eight schools. The Lakers Girls swept 5 of 6 places in the High Jump: Charlotte Morrow - 1st, Daniele Boucher - 2nd, Jeanne Puglisi - 4th, Julia Brown - 5th and Leah Glenday - 6th.Victoria Jollimore placed 3rd inb the 300 Hurdles.
The Laker boys set 19 personal bests with six new or improved state qualifiers, including Trevor Colby - 3200, Mitch Jurius - Long Jump & Discus, and Cameron Daly - 1600, 800 and Triple Jump.
Last Updated on Monday, 06 May 2013 10:52
Belmont controlled the field for most of the first half, scoring the first two goals of the game. Hollis-Brookline was able to chip away at the lead but Belmont stayed on top. Belmont held a slim 4-3 lead heading into the halftime break.
Hollis-Brookline tied the game at 4 early in the second half, then Belmont took control. Taylor Becker's outstanding netminding thwarted all attempts by the visitors to take control of the game and the offense provided the firepower to outscore the visitors 5-3 throughout the remainder of the game to come away with a 9-7 win and improve their record to 5-0-1 on the season.
Becker's seven saves combined with three goals and an assist by Allivia Burbank, two goals each by Katherine Jeas and Emily Ennis, single tallies by Kaitlyn Berry and Anna Scott and an assist by Jen Hamilton kept the Lady Red Raiders undefeated.
Belmont hosted Monday and then faces Pinkerton Academy at 5 p.m. today at Belmont High School.
Last Updated on Monday, 06 May 2013 10:50
The team has a busy week as they host Kingswood Monday, travel to Bow Tuesday, host Inter-Lakes Wednesday, and entertain White Mountain Thursday. All matches start at 4 p.m. except Thursday's match versus White Mountain which starts at 3:15 p.m.
Last Updated on Monday, 06 May 2013 10:47
Scoring for Gilford in singles play were: Cheralynn Corsack, Charleyne Panner, Lindsey Corsack and Abby Lines .
The doubles teams of Cheralynne Corsack/Panner, Lindsey Corsack/Emily Hanf, and Lines/Sisi Remick were also victorious.
Last Updated on Monday, 06 May 2013 10:45
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