Showdown in CYO boys Mites basketball

CYO BASKETBALL

St. Christopher 39,

St. Patrick 35

In a battle between two undefeated teams in the CYO Boys Mites division, St. Pat’s outscored St. Chris 10-3 in the fourth quarter, but St. Chris’ Trevor Labrecque (team-high 20 points) sealed the victory with two free throws in the final seconds.

The scoring from St. Pats included Ryan Santosuosso (20 points), Jacob Albert (10), Ryan Lynde with three and two from Jonathan Strout. Bobby Canaway (13) and Patrick Keegan (six) also helped pace St. Chris.

NASHUA BIDDY
BASKETBALL

Jr. Biddy

Mustangs 29, Nuggets 22

Mustang Domingo Reynoso led all scorers with 14. Gus Smiley added six while Steven Kouchalakos had four.

David Taylor and Evan Linscott had 10 each for the Nuggets.Biddy

Cavs 33, Lancers 28

The Cavs, who were down eight in the third quarter, were led by T.J. Klein(10 points) and Colin Holbrook (12).

Also contributing to the win were Brandon Metivier, Alan Small, Matt Brodeur and Adeen Ahmed.

The Lancers were led by John McLoughlin and Kieran Hummer. Defensively Jon Moore and Chase Bowman stood out for the Cavs.

WRESTLING

MYA competes at tournament

The Merrimack Youth Wrestling Program competed in the recent annual Seacoast Youth Wrestling Tournament.

Kindergartner Grayson Chestnut competed well against bigger opponents.

Second graders Kael McAloon and Rhys Dewar took fourth and third place respectively. McAloon and Dewar had two pins on the day.

Dewar dropped a tight OT match in opening round but rallied back with two wins to finish in third place.

Gryffen Gelinas, grade three, battled through his bracket against stiff competition. Third graders Jackson Meehan and Christian Chestnut both finished fourth with Meehan completing one win by pin.

Fourth grader Ivey Johnson also took a fourth place medal with two commanding wins by points.

Fifth grader Mitchell Krupp narrowly fell in his final match by a mere two points. Owen Forrest, grade five, had two commanding wins by points to finish second.

Kindergartner Grayson Chestnut competed in a very tough bracket against double his size but still was able to hold his own.

BULLETIN BOARD

Baseball

Nashua Parks & Rec registration

The Nashua Parks & Recreation Deptartment is now accepting player registration forms for the upcoming Babe Ruth Baseball season. Registration forms are available at the following locations: Jeannotte’s Market, Bright Spot Convenience Store, Nashua Public Library and City Clerk’s office at City Hall.

Forms are also available at the Recreation Office at Greeley Park and the Park-Rec website at www.gonashua.com. New this year, youths can register and pay online at the department website.

All players League Age 13 must sign up and tryout to play on a Babe Ruth Team. A player’s League Age is his or her age as of May 1, 2017.

Deadline for registering is April 5. Any new players to Nashua, ages 14 and 15 years, need to register and try out. All returning players are asked to fill out a registration form before the season starts.

Tryout dates are for all players/age groups on Saturday, April 8 at Ledge Street Field at 10 a.m. A makeup date is Sunday, April 9, same time and location.

Nashua Little League

registration

Spring registration for the Greater Nashua Little League for youths ages 5 through 13 is now open online at nashualittleleague.org.

Cost is $40 per player with a max cap of $90 for families with three-plus members. Practices start in mid-April and the season runs through mid-June before the All-Star tournaments begin.

There is also a 13-year-old Intermediate Division.

Nashua Cal Ripken registration

Spring registration for the Nashua Cal Ripken Baseball League for youths ages 4-12 is now open online at nashuacal
ripken.org.

Registration fees have been established:

For T-Ball, Rookies and Minors, $40 per player; Triple A and Majors, $50 per player and the family maximum cost for two or more players is $75.

For more information, go to nashuacalripken.org.

Umpire Training

The Nashua Baseball Umpires Association will hold its ninth annual Umpire Academy starting Feb. 12, and the training is offered to anyone interested in becoming a certified Cal Ripken Baseball umpire.

The group provides in-depth rules, field and plate mechanics to help prepare anyone wishing to umpire this spring.

This year’s program will run through early April. For specific class information including times, locations and cost, go to nashua
umpires.org, or by emailing Scott at nashuaumps@gmail.com.

Softball

Nashua Parks & Rec registration

The Nashua Parks & Recreation Deptartment is now accepting player registration forms for the upcoming softball season.

Registration forms will be available in mid-March at the following locations: Jeannotte’s Market, Bright Spot Convenience Store, Nashua Public Library and City Clerks office at City Hall.

Forms are available now at the Recreation Office at Greeley Park and the Park-Rec website at www.gonashua.com. New this year: youths can now register and pay online at the website.

The age divisions are as follows: All league age is age as of Jan. 1, 2017.

Junior League is for ages 9-12 years. Nine year olds can register and try out for the Junior League. All returning Junior League Division players do not need to register or tryout, they return to their old Junior Teams. Only new players need to register and tryout.

Senior League is for ages 13-16 years. All 13-year-olds and new players need to register and try out. All returning players stay with their old team.

Tryout dates are as follows, but are subject to change depending on field conditions and snow: Junior League tryouts (ages 9-12) will be on Tuesday, April 18 at 6 p.m. at Roby Park. A makeup date will be Thursday, April 20, same time and location. Senior League tryouts (13-16) are Tuesday, April 25 at 6 p.m. at Roby.

Soccer

NYS spring registration

Spring registration for the Nashua Youth Soccer League is now open. Boys and girls in Nashua and surrounding towns born between Oct. 1, 1997 and Sept. 30, 2011 are eligible.

General registration will be open through Feb. 19. The cost is $35 for those who register by that date. Late registration will be open Feb. 20 through March 5 with a $40 cost that includes a $5 late fee. Registration will close on March 5 at 11:59 p.m.

Registrations received by March 5 will be guaranteed placement on a team. Registrations received after this date may be wait-listed.

Players can register online at NashuaYouthSoccer.org.