The Winnisquam boys' basketball team could not get past the DIII leader Pelham Pythons Tuesday, falling 76-45. Mike Buxton tallied 14 points in the loss. The Bears rebounded a day later running past Prospect Mountain 78-56. Christian Serrano scored a game high 29 points for the victors. Winnisquam (8-3) heads to Newport tonight.
Gilford continued to roll against Franklin in a 67-25 win Tuesday night. Zach Djabelarbi led the way with 18 points on the evening. The Golden Eagles travel to Berlin tonight.
Inter-Lakes picked up their third win of the season against Laconia 63-52 Tuesday night. The Lakers (3-8) welcome Prospect Mountain tonight.
Laconia fell to 5-6 after the loss to the Lakers. The Sachems look to bounce back at Stevens tonight.
Prospect Mountain fell to Winnisquam 78-56 Wednesday night. The Timberwolves (1-8) head to Inter-Lakes this evening.
Belmont dropped to 2-10 after a 51-50 loss against Bow on Tuesday. Trevor Hunt scored 10 points in the loss. The Red Raiders head to Farmington tonight.
Gilford girls' basketball team has run their undefeated streak to 14 games after a 69-40 victory over Franklin. Lexi Colpack scored 15 points in the win. The Golden Eagles (14-0) welcomes Berlin tonight.
Prospect Mountain (4-7) topped Farmington, 60-38. Amelia Duane tossed in 13 points for the Timberwolves. Prospect hosts Inter-Lakes tonight.
Winnisquam fell to Pelham, 62-33. Cora Kelly scored nine points in the loss. The Bears host Newport this evening.
Belmont slipped past Bow 40-37 on Tuesday. Chay Cadarette led the way with 18 points. The Red Raiders (8-6) host Framingham tonight.
Laconia improved to 10-3 after a 65-35 win over Inter-Lakes. Kailey Nute led all scorers with 22 points. The Sachems are in fifth place in the DII standings and will host Stevens tonight.
Inter-Lakes fell to 1-11 after the loss to Laconia. The Lakers head to Prospect Mountain.
Belmont-Gilford improve to 8-1 after a 9-2 win over rink-rival Laconia-Winnisquam. Caleb Drouin and Andrew D'Amour had three goals each in the win. The Bulldogs host undefeated John Stark-Hopkinton Saturday.
Laconia-Winnisquam fell to 3-7 after the loss to B-G. The Wolfpack heads to Kearsarge Saturday.
Moultonborough-Inter-Lakes skated past Manchester West, 13-3 Wednesday evening. Dylan Sheehan netted three goals in the win. The Renegades host ConVal Saturday.
Last Updated on Thursday, 05 February 2015 07:56
The New Hampshire Fighting Spirit took down the Maine Wild Friday afternoon by a score of 5-2. Captain Mike Callaghan led the way scoring 2 goals both on the power play. Forward Tim Casey got the Spirit on the board early as he rifled home his 13th goal of the season. Ryan Dunfield and Brett Bittner added one goal each for the Spirit. Goaltender Claes Endre made 32 saves during the contest and notched his 11th win of the season.
After taking care of business Friday afternoon the Spirit took Saturday and Sunday to volunteer at the Pond Hockey Classic. Withstanding the cold windy weather the Spirit lent a helping hand by keeping score and refereeing the games.
The Fighting Spirit will travel to Lewiston, Maine this week to prepare for their weekend series against the Lockport Express. This will be the first meeting between the two programs, they will play Friday at 7 and again Sunday at 12. Both games will be played at the Androscoggin Colisee which is the future home of the Spirit.
For more information on the Spirit and their schedule log on to their website at www.fightingspirithockey.com or follow them on Facebook and Twitter for live stats and scores.
Last Updated on Monday, 02 February 2015 09:26
LACONIA — The New England Wolves continued their playoff pursuit with a decisive 4-2 win over the Valley Jr. Warriors this past Sunday.
Sunday's 4-2 victory was paced by the newly formed forward line of Phillip Schultz (Lunenburg, Mass.), Jared Wood (Gorham, Maine) and Ryan Padden (Fort Peck, Mont.). The trio accounted for 3 out of the team's 4 goals, including two by Padden. Both Wood and Padden were acquired over the Holiday break to help bolster the team's offensive depth. "Schultz is one of the hardest working players on the ice, and his persistence compliments Wood and Padden's offensive abilities," said assistant coach Mike Potenza. Wolves netminder Zach Skop stopped 31 of the 33 shots he faced in nets. Defenseman Blake Babineau rounded out the scoring, recording the empty netter with 25 seconds remaining.
The win was the Wolves' 18th regulation victory on the season, and with 6 regular season games to go they are firmly in the MJHL playoff picture.
The Wolves return to action next weekend (February 7 and 8) with games against the New Hampshire Jr. Monarchs and the Boston Bandits. The February 7 game against the rival Monarchs, will be the last regular season home game for the Wolves. So far on the season, all Wolves/ Monarchs games have been decided by 2 goals or less, with the previous Wolves/ Monarchs game played at the Laconia Ice Arena having to be decided by a shootout. The game is slated for a 2:15 p.m. puck drop. All fans are encouraged to wear their Lakes Region Lakers home jerseys. The Broadway North Wolves Dancers will provide intermission entertainment, and all entrants will receive complimentary Wolves Fangs upon entering.
"The Wolves would like to thank all their fans, volunteers, rink staff, host families and supporters for an outstanding inaugural season of Junior Hockey in the Lakes Region. We look forward to many more years of representing this amazing community. Thank you." – GM/ Head Coach Andrew Trimble
Last Updated on Monday, 02 February 2015 09:18
The Laconia Middle School boys' A team traveled to Wolfeboro to take on their Kingswood counterparts and came away with a resounding 63-21 victory. The win improves the boys' record to 7-4 as they enter the home stretch of their season. The victory was highlighted by an all-around team effort as every member of the squad was able to put points on the board. Ryan Paiva led the way with 22 points and 6 rebounds. Garrett Whitney chipped in 8 points, Jacob Miner dropped 7, while Noah Dickey and Ryan Chandler added 6 apiece. Defensively the Sachems dominated on the boards and controlled the tempo, creating numerous turnovers. Paiva and Chandler paved the way with 4 steals each while Whitney added 3 of his own. The win spring boards the team into a busy week, as they play 4 games in 4 days. All of the games will played at home with Alton on Tuesday, Plymouth Wednesday, Franklin Thursday, and Merrimack Valley coming to town on Friday.
Last Updated on Monday, 02 February 2015 09:15
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