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Laconia-Winnisquam hockey team suffers 13-1 loss to Berlin

The Laconia-Winnisqum hockey team was handed a 1-13 loss at home on Saturday, thanks to visitors from Berlin. Coach T.J. Galligan said his team was out-shot by a ratio of 51 to 5, and that each of his goal keepers "played very good for what they had in front of them." He was also encouraged by his team committing fewer penalties than in previous games. Laconia-Winnisquam plays at Conval today and is home against Moultonborough-Inter-Lakes on Wednesday night.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 29 January 2013 01:47

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LHS JV boys top Belmont

The Laconia High School junior varsity boys' basketball team earned a hard fought 50 to 36 victory last Friday against Belmont. Leading the scoring for Laconia was Cody Greenwood with 11 points, Jordan McCrea with nine points, and Gage Baker, Nate Batchelder, and Kyle Chiasson with eight points each. Dylan Dockham and Nick Blake also chipped in and Brendan Mooney, Andrew and James Salta, and Connor Doherty led the defense. Laconia plays at home against Plymouth on Tuesday.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 29 January 2013 01:43

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Ten wins for LMS boys' B team

The Laconia Middle School boy's B team ran its record to 10-0 in recent B league action. This past week Laconia had victories over Winnisquam (63-16) and Newfound (67-34). The scoring was very balanced in the Winnisquam game, led by some of the younger members of the team. Ryan Chaisson (14 points), Jack Maher (12), Tyler Wardner (10), Noah Dickey (8), Ryan Paiva (7), Christian Pinkney (6), Logan Bell (4) and Christian Platon (2). Caoch Don Doherty said, "Any time you have balanced scoring like that you're going to have a good chance to win the game." Cameron Gifford had a good game defensively in the lane.
The win over Newfound was Laconia's 10th in as many games. Again the Laconia squad had very balanced scoring and a stifling 1-3-1 trap defense. Duncan Sirois, Gage Cardinal and Jacob Steel have been consistently providing great defense for the Junior. Sachems. Led by big men Tyler Wardner (19 points) and Logan Bell (9 points, 7 assists), Laconia jumped out to a 22-4 first quarter lead and maintained control from there on. Also contributing in the scoring were Christian Pinkney (10), Jack Maher (8), Gage Cardinal (6), Ryan Paiva (6), Ryan Chaisson (4), Christian Platon (2), Duncan Sirois (2), Jacob Steel (2). Laconia next takes its undefeated record to Kingswood on Tuesday for a match-up with the Knights, who gave Laconia it's biggest scare of the season, a 1 point victory on January 8.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 29 January 2013 01:42

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GHS swim team wraps up regular season

The Gilford Golden Eagles swim team swam its last team meet of the season on January 24. The 200 free women's relay came in second with a 2:05. Rebecca Cook placed first in the 500 free, swimming a 5:24.50, and first in the 200 IM, 2:20.96. Warren Thompson placed second in the 100 breast with a 1:18.25. Katie Gingrich placed third in the 50 free with a 28.36 and second in the 100 back. Christian Bos, Sally Tinkham, Lisa Osborne, Chrissy Leach, Ayden Ernst, and Autumn Bos all had personal bests at the meet and all finished in the top 10. Coach Randy Cook said, "Congratulations to the Eagles Swim Team, all ten swimmers have had a great season with lots of personal bests."

Last Updated on Tuesday, 29 January 2013 01:35

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