On Thursday, January 8, the Inter-Lakes High School and Moultonborough High School junior classes sponsored an alumni game between the two schools. These two rivals had a full roster of alumni, and the teams showcased a competitive yet friendly spirit during the event. Inter-Lakes won by the score of 60-56. Special thanks is extended to all of the alumni who participated, the team coaches, the class advisors for both schools, the I-LHS athletic and custodial staff, the parents and students who contributed time and concessions, Natalie Duffield and Kate Hambrook who ran the clock, and Jordan Durand for performing the National Anthem. A special thank you goes to Buckey's and Giuseppe's Restaurants for their donations of pizza, and to Peter Fallon for volunteering as referee.
The Classes of 2016 look forward to our next Alumni Basketball game in the fall of 2015.
Last Updated on Thursday, 15 January 2015 08:29
The Lakes Region Flag Football League is holding a winter season of flag football for our Men's League at the Tilton Sports Center. The details are as follows:
Age 18+, 12 week season, 4 teams maximum. Registration Fee is $130 per player, with roster size of 10 players (this will break down to approximately $10 a week). Payment will be due before play begins, as field fees are due up front.
Season will begin on Saturday night January 17th, and end on Saturday night April 4th. Games will take place on Saturdays at either 7 or 8 p.m. One hour commitment once a week.
The season will start with one week of practice, followed by a 9 week season, then playoff games, a super bowl and a consolation game.
Website is lrffl.com / Like us on Facebook: lakesregionflagfootball
Last Updated on Thursday, 15 January 2015 08:18
The New Hampshire Fighting Spirit are on the road this weekend to Lockport, N.Y. for the third and final league showcase. The Spirit will take on the Jersey Shore Wildcats in their first game of the weekend and will look to be the first to defeat the defending playoff champions. That game is set to take place Friday at 5:30 p.m. In their second game the Spirit will take on the Wilkes Barre Miners who have played the Spirit tough this season losing 4-3 in overtime in their first meeting and 4-3 in regulation during their second contest. That game is scheduled for 9 a.m. Saturday. In their final game the Spirit will face off against the Syracuse Stampede who have been their biggest rival for the past three seasons. Puck drop for the Syracuse game is set for 11 a.m. Sunday.
The Fighting Spirit return home to the Laconia Ice Arena for a contest against the East Coast Minutemen on Wednesday January 21. Puck drop for that game is 5:30 p.m.
For more information on the Spirit and their schedule please visit their website at www.fightingspirithockey.com. You can also follow the Spirit for live up to date scores and stats on Facebook and Twitter.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 31 December 1969 07:00
Belmont-Gilford hockey improved to 4-1 after a 6-1 victory over Moultonborough-Inter-Lakes on Wednesday evening. Junior Caleb Drouin had three goals and an assist in the contest. The Bulldogs have scored five or more goals in their four wins this season while allowing, on average, less than a goal a game during the same span. B-G visits Kennett tomorrow.
The Renegades fall to 2-4 after the B-G loss. Gus Kromer had the lone goal for M-I-L. The Renegades head to ConVal tomorrow.
Laconia-Winnisquam dropped their second consecutive game by the score of 5-0. The recent loss came against Berlin on Wednesday. The Wolfpack (2-4) head to Souhegan tomorrow afternoon.
Gilford bounced back from the weekend loss with a 71-52 victory over Farmington. Junior Zach Djabelarbim had 14 points in the victory. The Golden Eagles (4-2) visit Bow tonight.
Laconia (2-3) fell below .500 after a 56-30 loss to Berlin. The Sachems host Newfound tonight.
Belmont's losing streak extended to five games after a 57-30 loss to Franklin. Matt Pluskis had 10 points in the loss. The Red Raiders (1-5) are at Campbell tonight.
Inter-Lakes fell to Berlin 53-29 over the weekend and Moultonborough 48-47. Dillon Dow had a game-high 24 years for the Lakers. I-L host Mascoma Valley tonight.
Winnisquam rolled over White Mountains 85-41 on Tuesday. The 5-1 Bears are at Fall Mountain tonight.
Prospect Mountain visits Berlin tonight.
Belmont improved to 5-3 after a 32-24 victory over Franklin. Chayleigh Cadarette had 18 points in the win. The Red Raiders host Campbell tonight.
Gilford (8-0) remained unbeaten after a 71-29 win over Farmington. The Golden Eagles host Bow tonight.
Inter-Lakes fell to 0-7 after a 43-30 loss to Moultonborough Academy. The Lakers head to Mascoma Valley tonight.
Laconia (5-2) bested Berlin 43-38 on Tuesday evening. Kailey Nute led all scorers with 20 points. The Sachems Host White Mountains tonight.
Prospect Mountain lost their third game in a row, the recent was against Somersworth 46-37. The Lakers host Berlin tonight.
Winnisquam fell to 1-6 on Tuesday evening. The Bears hosted Fall Mountain last night after.
Last Updated on Thursday, 15 January 2015 07:44
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