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Holderness JVs beat Tilton in Lacrosse 10-5

The Holderness School Bulls JV lacrosse team outscored the Tilton School Rams 10-5 in the first of two meetings this season.
Tilton was on the board first when Mike Abou Raad ('13 Tyngsboro, MA) scored early in the second quarter. Holerness came back with three straight goals before Abou Radd was able to put Tilton within one goal. The score remained 3-2 at halftime.
The teams exchanged goals in the third with Holderness ultimately outscoring Tilton by the end of the frame. The Rams were able to add a few more goals to their total in the second half as Abou Raad scored two more and finished with four goals. Danny Notice ('14 Parkland. FL) also had a goal. Shane Blewitt ('16 Laconia)  was very strong in net with 14 saves.
Tilton will play Kimball Union Academy on Saturday.

Last Updated on Friday, 03 May 2013 12:31

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Gilford Boys Tennis Team wins again (48 words)

GILFORD — The Gilford boys' tennis team raised their record to 8-0 with a 9-0 win over Kearsarge on Monday.
Winning their singles' matches were Andrew Caulfield, Matt Saulnier, Alex Simoneau, Keaton Quigley, Erich Berghahn, and Nolan Dwyer. The winning doubles' teams were Caulfield/Saulnier, Brad Bergman/Nick Gilbert, and Marek Blais/Colin Croft.

Last Updated on Friday, 03 May 2013 12:30

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Rams Golfers Dominant in win over KUA (135 words)

The first meeting of the year between the Tilton School Rams and Kimball Union Academu (KUA) golf teams goes to the Rams, 7.5-1.5.
Led by another outstanding performance by the 1-2 combo of James Haddock and Harry Brockman, Tilton took the first 3 points of the match. Anthony D'Alessandro kept his winning streak alive and though Sean O'Brien was unable to win his individual match he helped D'Alessandro to take the best ball and seal the victory for the Rams by taking 2 out of 3.
The final group of the afternoon finish the rout by taking the 2.5 out of the final 3 points. CJ Mulieri maintained his undefeated match play record and Nikko Markham finished strong to gain a tie and a half point. The Rams will take on KUA at Lochmere on Saturday to wrap up the season series.

Last Updated on Friday, 03 May 2013 12:28

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Gilford girls' tennis team remains unbeaten (132 words)

The Gilford Varsity Girls Tennis team pushed its record to 7-0 Tuesday with an 8-1 victory over White Mountains Regional in Whitefield.
Scoring for Gilford in singles play were: Cheralynn Corsack, Charleyne Panner, Lindsey Corsack, Emily Hanf, Abby Lines and Kayla Vieten.
Gilford doubles teams of Cheralynn Corsack/Panner and Lindsey Corsack/Hanf were also victorious.
On Monday they defeated Kersarge 9-0. All of the above Gilford players and doubles teams won their matches, as well as the doubles pair of Emily Curtis/Sisi Remick.

Last Updated on Friday, 03 May 2013 12:26

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