Eight crowned in Elks Gr. Nashua Soccer Shoot
Eight area children won their respective age divisions at the 16th annual Elks Greater Nashua Soccer Shoot, which was held at the Main Dunstable Road Soccer Fields in Nashua.
Twelve-year-old Max Lopez, of Nashua, won the Boys U14 Grid Division, scoring 43 points. It was he highest score at the event.
Twelve-year-old Ethan Emata, of Nashua, was
runner-up with 39 points and 13-year-old Jesse Hantula scored 35 to place third.
Nashua’s Joona Hantulla, 10, won the Boys U12 Grid Division and 11-year-old Chuck Wason, of Amherst, was the runner-up. Karsten Lemire, of Nashua, placed third.
The Boys U10 Five-Goal Division was won by 8-year-old Maxim Makar, of Nashua, with Nashuan Tyler Leatherman the runner-up and Leonel Lopez placing third.
The Boys U8 Five-Goal Division was won by Alexander Sennik, 7, of Nashua, with Nashuan Alex Lopez, 7, in second. Shane Lemire, 7, placed third.
Twelve-year-old Carly Morse, of Nashua, scored 40 points to win the Girls U14 Grid Division.
Eleven-year-old Alexandria Kapopoulos, of Nashua, won the Girls U12 Grid Division with 39 points, while Nashua’s Abigal O’Malley was second.
Meanwhile, 9-year-old Samantha Pellerin, of Hudson, won the Girls U10 Five-Goal Division and Alexa Lemire, of Nashua, finished second.
Six-year-old Bianca Sadaski, of Nashua, won the Girls U8 Five-Goal Divison with 6-year-old Elsiella Sadoski earning runner-up honors.
The eight Greater Nashua Soccer Shoot winners, who earned gold medallion ribbons, advanced to the state event.
They’ll now compete against other Elks Soccer Shoot champions from throughout the state on Oct. 16 in Portsmouth for the right to be called 2016 New Hampshire Elks Soccer Shoot champions.
The New Hampshire champions will advance to the Elks Region I Soccer Shoot scheduled for November.
The 11U Nashua Elks Crusaders posted a 14-0 win over Salem on the opening day of football in the NHYFSC.
The Crusaders were anchored by the strong defensive presence of Connor Comeau, Alvin Pascual-Rosario, Cody Goode, Matt Harding, Jordyn Andino, Dillon Walton, C.J. Vancellette, Nicholas Scopa and Aiden Purington.
The Salem Rams were held to one first down the entire game.
Nashua Cal Ripken
Nashua Cal Ripken Fall Ball registration is now open. All children ages 4-11 living in Nashua (as of April 30, 2016) are eligible to play.
To register, visit www.nashuacalripken.org.
Nashua fall Babe Ruth
The Nashua Parks and Recreation Department will be sponsoring a fall Babe Ruth baseball program starting in September.
All current Babe Ruth League players age 13 and 14 are eligible to play. New this year, any 12 year old moving up to Babe Ruth next spring can now play.
There will be practices during the week and games on the weekend. The cost is $20. Registration forms are available online at gonashua.com or in the Parks and Recreation office in Greeley Park on 100 Concord St.
Nashua fall registration
Fall late registration for the Nashua Youth Soccer League is now open. Boys and girls in Nashua and surrounding towns born between Sept. 30, 2002, and Oct. 1, 2010, are eligible.
Registrations received now might be wait listed. Players can register online at www.NashuaYouthSoccer.org.
Cavs Mini Mite program
The Southern New Hamspshire Cavaliers will have a Mini Mite limited travel hockey program for boys and girls ages 5-8 years old.
There are two 12-week sessions, or youths may register for the full year.
Contact Paul Soule via email at email@example.com, or call 1-978-375-5403 for more information.
Cavs accepting players
The Southern NH Cavaliers are now accepting players at the Mites, Squirts, and Bantam levels. The teams will have two practices per week, and 35 games during the season.
If you have any questions please contact Paul Soule at firstname.lastname@example.org or 978- 375-5403.
HB Jr. Cavs need coaches
The Hollis Brookline Jr Cavaliers Football and Cheer Athletic Program is currently seeking applications for all levels of football and cheer coaching positions.
These positions include head coaches, assistant coaches and junior demonstrators.
For information or to complete an application, visit www.hbjrcavs.com.
For football related questions, contact football director Fred Hubert at email@example.com. For cheer coaching questions, contact cheer coordinator Robin Giaconia at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Nashua Elks Crusaders
The Nashua Elks Crusaders, a non-profit youth football and cheer organization, is seeking help from the community in purchasing new equipment and uniforms.
Donations can be made to Nashua Crusaders P.O. Box 7248 Nashua, NH 03063. Also, for more information on sponsorship opportunities, email email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org.