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Belmont-Gilford hockey team eager for Saturday's re-match v. Berlin

After driving to Berlin on Wednesday to suffer a 5-6 loss, the Belmont-Gilford hockey team is eager to return the favor when Berlin comes to the Laconia Ice Arena on Saturday afternoon.
Referring to the undefeated Berlin, Belmon-Gilford coach Jay Londer said, "They've a very good team, there's a reason they're number one." All the goals in the back-and-forth game were scored during penalties, said Londer, who added that the loss came after a long bus ride and in a hostile environment. He looks forward to facing Berlin on his home ice on Saturday, and the opportunity to smear Berlin's pristine record. "We didn't play our best game and we only lost by one goal," he said. "We need to be tougher on the pucks and we need to finish our checks on Saturday."
Londer added that he hoped to see a crowd of several hundred cheering on the Bulldogs on Saturday. The game begins at 4:40 p.m., and he noted that Belmont or Gilford high school students who wear their school colors won't be charged admission.

Last Updated on Friday, 01 February 2013 00:53

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Gilford girls' basketball earns win over Farmington

Gilford High School girls' basketball team jumped out to an early lead and coasted to its eighth win of the season by besting Farmington 48-28 on January 25. The Eagles entered the contest tied in the standings with the Tigers. Gilford took a 12-10 lead after the first quarter and expanded it to 22-13 at the half. Gilford came out of the break and turned up the defensive intensity, causing a dozen turnovers it the 3rd quarter while outscoring Farmington 17-3 to take a commanding 37-16 lead into the final quarter. Both teams would match baskets in the fourth for the final 48-28 margin.
Ten players scored for Gilford, led by Molly Dietrich who scored 10 points and also had seven steals and six assists. Cassidy Bartlett chipped in with nine points followed by Abigail Harris with seven points and eight rebounds. For Farmington Mckenzie Lloyd had six points.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 29 January 2013 02:05

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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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