Rebecca Cook, a junior at Gilford High School placed second in the 100 freestyle event, with a 55.42 time, at Saturday's Division II State Championship Meet. Cook also made the podium in the 200 freestyle. The relay team compromised of Zoe Fullerton, Olivia Morea, Katie Gingrich and Rebecca Cook placed 7th in the 200 freestyle with a time of 1:52.64, a new team record. Owen Sanborn, junior, set a new team record in the 100 fly at 1:08.41 as did Beck Mclean, freshman, in the 200 IM at 2:23.64.
Last Updated on Monday, 16 February 2015 07:49
Gilford (17-0) girls' basketball remained perfect Friday night, downing Somersworth, 67-31. The Golden Eagles look to complete the perfect season tonight against Newfound.
The Sachems improved to 12-4 after a 71-22 victory over Prospect Mountain. The Sachems end the regular season with a pair of home games against Winnisquam tonight and Sanborn on Thursday.
Belmont held Raymond to 19 points Friday night in a 42-19 win. The Red Raiders finish the regular season at Inter-Lakes on Friday night.
Prospect Mountain currently holds onto the 16th seed in the standings after a the 71-22 loss to Laconia. The Timberwolves have a pair of games to hold onto the spot against Sanborn tonight and Newfound Thursday.
Inter-Lakes (2-13) hosted Somersworth last night. The Lakers close out the year against White Mountains Wednesday and Belmont Friday.
Winnisquam (1-15) heads to Laconia tonight and hosts Stevens to close out the season Thursday.
Winnisquam looks to remain in the hunt for a first round bye against Laconia tonight. The Bears are 11-3 with four games remaining.
Gilford rolled over Somersworth, 71-43, Friday night. The Golden Eagles (11-4) head to Newfound tonight.
The Sachems (6-8) fell to Prospect Mountain, 54-45, Friday. The Sachems head to Winnisquam tonight.
Prospect Mountain (5-8) inched closer to Laconia after the 54-45 victory over the Sachems. The Timberwolves hosted Newfound last night and head to Sanborn Wednesday.
Inter-Lakes (3-11) fell to Farmington, 56-69, Friday evening. The Lakers headed to Somersworth last night and host White Mountains Wednesday night.
Belmont fell at home, 65-47, to Raymond over the weekend. The Red Raiders host Inter-Lakes Friday night.
Moultonborough-Inter-Lakes and Laconia-Winnisquam skated to a 2-2 tie Saturday afternoon. The Renegades (7-6-1) host Kennett and the Wolfpack (3-9-1) heads to Berlin tomorrow.
Belmont/Gilford's game against Souhegan was postponed due to Saturday's storm. The Bulldogs (11-1) host Manchester West tomorrow.
Last Updated on Monday, 16 February 2015 07:44
MOULTONBOROUGH — The fans and racers at the Lakes Region Ice Racing Club's weekly races may have had some cold fingers and toes, but their hearts were warmed by a special guest. Team Chloe was on the ice representing the Best Buddies of NH. With rosy checks and a smile for everyone, Chloe posed in all the victory circle celebrations and made the rounds of the pits and the spectator areas collecting donations for Best Buddies. Chloe even scored a trophy of her own when Fabian Smith, winner of the 4-Cylinder Rear Wheel Drive feature, graciously gave his trophy to her.
Burns Automotive Services of Moultonboro sponsored the week's races held on Lee Pond during a very cold day. The only thing that stops the ice racers is warm weather so the racing started on schedule at noon. Hot laps and qualifying heats for the 5 divisions were run on the freshly prepared 1/3 mile oval. The feature winners were as follows: Juniors (13-15 years) – Matt DeMond of Moultonborough, 4-Cyl FWD – Jack Cook of Moultonborough, 4-Cyl RWD – Fabian Smith of Meredith, V8 Stock – Alley Ripley of Center Ossipee, and Modifieds – Mike Horsch of Moultonborough.
More information about Best Buddies of NH and the great work they do can be found at www.BestBuddiesNewHampshire.org. The next scheduled ice race is the Suzanne Taggett benefit race on Sunday February 15th. Check the club's website at www.LRIRC.com or their Facebook page for the latest race/ice status, information about coming events, and for race photos. The Lakes Region Ice Racing Club races on Lee and Berry Ponds as long as the ice stays safe. See you on the ice.
Last Updated on Thursday, 12 February 2015 08:20
The New Hampshire Fighting Spirit will play a home and home series against the East Coast Minutemen starting Saturday at the Laconia Ice Arena. Saturday night's contest will begin at 6:30 p.m. and will be "Laker Night" as the Spirit will donate $2 of every ticket sale and half the proceeds from the program, 50/50, and Shooters shootout sales to Lakes Region Youth Hockey. Meredith Village Savings Bank will sponsor "Laker Night" and will have giveaways for all the fans in attendance.
Sunday afternoon the Spirit will travel to Salem, N.H. for the back end of the weekend series. Sunday's contest is set for 2:30 p.m.
For more information on the Spirit and their schedule visit www.fightingspirithockey.com or follow them on Facebook and Twitter for live updates.
Last Updated on Thursday, 12 February 2015 08:16