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JUNIOR MITES (third/fourth grade)
Co-ed: St. Chris Green 14, Parish of the Resurrection Black 16
The St. Chris Green Jr. Mites lost their first game of the season against Parish of the Resurrection Black in a well-balanced match-up over the weekend. St. Chris played strong defense, but came up just short in overtime. Leading the offense for St. Chris were Keith Dow (eight points) and David Dow (six).
Girls: St. Chris White 27, St. Patrick 20
The St. Chris White Mites improved their record to 6-0 with a victory over the St. Patrick girls on Sunday afternoon. Lizzie Croke (13) and Krysta Mack (9) led the offense for St. Chris, with a number of quality assists coming from Peyton Ryan. Danielle Pascucci, O’Neill Galinson and Janessa Palmieri were strong defensively for St. Chris.
Girls: St. Chris Green 11, Parish of the Resurrection 16
In a close game against a tough opponent, St. Chris fought hard to the end, losing to Parish of the Resurrection on Sunday. Sophia Lathram (six) led the scoring effort for St. Chris, while Kirsten McIntire and Nicole Yeaton set up picks to help their teammates get open. Ritika Chaudharry and Brianna DeFelice came up with some impressive defensive rebounds for the Huskies.
Boys: St. Chris White 13, Infant Jesus 29
In another tough match, St. Chris White lost to Infant Jesus Sunday afternoon at St. Joseph’s. St. Chris leading scorers Brian D’Cruz (six) and Alex Karski (four) led the way offensively against a talented Infant Jesus squad. St. Chris fought hard for rebounds against their taller opponents, and kept up their energy and determination to the end.
CADETS (seventh/eighth grade)
Boys: St. Chris 49, St. John Neumann 45
The St. Chris Cadets prevailed against St. John Neumann in a tightly contested game on Sunday afternoon, avenging an earlier season loss to the St. John Neumann squad. Ronnie Silva was brilliant leading St. Chris with timely three-pointers late in the game, and Mason Dane and Jared Levesque hit key foul shots in the final minute to clench the victory for St. Chris. Joe Guidiboni made his presence known on both ends of the floor for St. Chris, in his finest effort of the season.
Sharks 50, Braves 32
In a hard fought victory the Sharks were able to secure their first victory of the season. Nikhil Prasad led all scorers with 19 points while Khavim Bhatnagar added 10, Devin Linscott had six, Vishik Bhalla had dic, Andrew Mortin four, Adam Akel two, Zack Gauthier two, and Cody Fleming added a free throw. Great hustle and defense from Peyton Adams, Adam Paquette, Zack Plourde and Timothy Yang.
Satellites 46, Bullets 37
The Satellites overcame a nine-point deficit in the fourth quarter to clinch the victory over the Bullets 46-37. Jordan Donnelly had 21 points for the Lites. He and Keenan McDonald controlled the rebounds. Jayden Jones and Austin Quellette made major contributions in this game. Vincent Price and Ethan Carta-Ducharme were the offensive leaders for the Bullets, and Derek Chivelli was a big force on the boards.
Sonics 48, Cougars 46
The Sonics held on to beat the Cougars in a back and forth affair. Tony Agor paced the Sonics with 13 points while Tim McMeniman added 11 and Matt Savoia had 8. Matt Franco had a strong game for the Cougars with 11 points while Brendan Choate added 10.
Rockets 31, Suns 21
Rockets were led by Lize Monica Mendoza and Catherine Covert with six points each and excellent defense. Arianna Motivala led all scorers with 10 points. Suns scoring was led by Hannah Fortin with 10 points, Shannon Grady had six points, Jasmine Sylvester had five and defensively Mackenzie Berthiaume played an excellent game.
Panthers 32, Hawks 19
High scores were Rita Dow and Alexis Trudel, with great defense coming from Lyssa Brogan, Lindsey Ireland, Maddie Charest and the rest of the team.
Panthers 28, Spurs 13
Panthers topped the Spurs with another offensive performance by Rita Dow, Mia Maden and Lindsey Ireland, plus amazing defense coming from Lyssa Brogan, Maddie Charest, Dottie Charest and Alexis Trudel.
Boys Junior Biddy
Bulldogs 28, Stars 8
Bulldogs finished strong in this game to move to 7-2. Jaden Murphy dropped 12 points, Nitish Bodicharla added six, Andre Ducharme had 5, Viraj Jayaraman two, Lee Hill two and Dean Adams added a free throw to round out the scoring.
Nuggets 32, Cougars 12
Another great defensive game from the Nuggets, who were led by Aidan Sullivan with six steals. Offensively, the Nuggets were led by Manav Botadra (seven points), Rhett Medling (six) and Colby Spencer,with a season-high six. The Cougars were led by Elias Bourque with four points.
Stars 57, Colts 46
Brendan Barrett led the Stars with 17 points followed by Peter McManus and Danny Soler with 11 each. Andrew Ball also contributed four along with some key rebounds and assists. For the Colts, it was Shane Legraw who led all scorers with 23 and Seth Walker had eight.
Colts 59 Flyers 31
The Colts and Flyers battled through a close first half, but the Colts pulled away in the second by playing some exceptional defense led by Ryan Naber. On the offensive side Cameron Novotny scored 17 points, Cal O’Rourke 10, and Anthony Martin seven. Christian Boucher led the Flyers with nine.
Nashua School of Gymnastics Levels 4-10 competed in the Boston Classic meet Jan. 19-20 at Xavarian High School in Westwood, Mass. Individual results as follows:
Level 4 Age 8-10
Megan White had an all-around of 37.10 (second place); she scored a 9.10 (eighth) on vault, 9.3 (second) on bars, 9.5 (first ) on beam and 9.2 (sixth) on floor. Lindsey Campbell had an all-around of 36.75 (third place); she scored a 9.40 (second) on vault, 9.35 (first) on bars, 8.8 on beam and 9.20 (sixth) on floor. Cloe Rivest had an all-around of 36.50 (sixth place); she scored a 9.25 (fifth) on vault, 9.05 (sixth) on bars, 9.0 (seventh) on beam and 9.2 (sixth) on floor. Nithya Arun had an all-around of 36.40 (eighth place); she scored a 9.00 (10th) vault, 9.00 (seventh) on bars, 9.25 (fourth) on beam and a 9.15 (ninth) on floor.
Level 5 (child division)
April Koczalka had an all-around of 33.275; she scored a 7.95 on vault, 8.0 on bars, 9.225 (third) on beam and 8.1 on floor. Cristina Cross had an all-around of 33.225; she scored an 8.5 (fourth) on vault, 7.25 on bars, 9.3 (second) on beam and 8.175 on floor. Sue Mai White had an all-around of 32.65; she scored an 8.0 on vault, 7.5 on bars, 8.8 (ninth) on beam and 8.35 on floor.
Level 5 (junior division)
Annika Sinclair had an all-around of 34.45; she scored an 8.7 (fifth) on vault, 8.65 on bars, 8.5 on beam and 8.6 (10th) on floor.
Level 6 (child group)
Corey Foster had an All Around Score of 34.10 (eighth); she scored an 8.85 (seventh) on vault, 7.90 on bars, 8.70 (fifth) on beam and 8.65 (10th) on floor. Samantha Gates had an All Around Score of 34.075 (10th); she scored an 8.475 on vault, 8.55 (sixth) on bars, 8.45 (10th) on beam and 8.60 on floor.
Level 6 (Junior Group)
Emily Colburn had an All Around Score of 35.40 (fifth); she scored an 8.95 (sixth) on vault, 8.40 (ninth) on bars, 9.20 (first) on beam and 8.85 (10th) on floor. Breanna Vivier had an All Around Score of 32.525 (14th); she scored an 8.675 on vault, 6.95 on bars, 8.30 on beam and 8.60 on floor. Sara St. Lawrence had an All Around Score of 32.45 (15th); she scored an 8.55 on vault, 7.40 on bars, 8.90 (fifth) on beam and 7.60 on floor.
Level 6 (senior group)
Hannah Speight had an All Around Score of 32.275 (12th); she scored an 8.50 on vault, 7.00 on bars, 8.65 (eighth tied) on beam and 8.125 on floor. Reece Greenleaf had an All Around Score of 31.90 (14th); she scored a 6.45 on vault, 8.25 (seventh) on bars, 8.95 (fourth) on beam and 8.25 on floor.
Abbey Catalano had an all-around score of 24.95; she scored an 8.50 on vault, 7.80 (10th) on bars and 8.65 (eighth tied) on beam.
Level 7 (child division)
Jenna Hantula had an all-around score of 33.575. She scored an 8.45 on vault, a 7.65 on bars, an 8.35 (ninth) on beam and a 9.125 (ninth) on floor. Olivia Bouthot had an all-around score of 32.5. She scored an 8.35 on vault, a 7.00 on bars, an 8.10 on beam and a 9.05 on floor.
Level 7 (junior division)
Emmie White had an all-around score of 33.45 (ninth). She scored a 8.95 (ninth) on vault, a 7.57 on bars, a 7.65 (eighth) on beam and a 9.30 (sixth) on floor. Maddie Campano had an all-around score of32.45. She scored a 8.95 (ninth) on vault, a 7.00 on bars, a 7.75 (eighth) on beam and a 8.75 (10th) on floor.
Level 7 (senior division)
Kyra Rivest had an all-around score of 34.45 (fifth). She scored a 9.575 (first) on vault, a 7.55 (ninth) on bars, an 8.30 (fifth) on beam and a 9.025 (fourth) on floor. Abby Fitzpatrick had an all-around score of 32.65. She scored an 8.45 on vault, a 7.50 (10th) on bars, an 8.00 (eighth) on beam and an 8.70 (eighth) on floor.
Level 8 (child)
Isabel Pearson had an all-around score of 34.75 (10th); she scored an 8.20 on vault, 8.65 (seventh) on bars, 9.20 (second) on beam and 8.70 on floor.
Level 9 (age 16 and older)
Taylor Christiansen had an All Around Score of 32.10 (seventh); she scored an 8.65 (ninth) on vault, 7.35 (fourth) on bars, 7.65 (10th) on beam and 8.45 (ninth) on floor.
Level 10 (age 16 and older)
Megan Middlemiss had an all-around score of 33.60 (first); she score an 8.80 (fifth) on vault, 7.15 (seventh) on bars, 8.40 (first) on beam and 9.25 (first) on floor.
Nashua School of Gymnastics Level 6 competed in the Winter Carnival Sectional meet Jan. 12 the Cooperative Middle School in Stratham. Gymnasts needed an all-around score of 33.00 to qualify for state meet. Individual results as follows:
Level 6 (penguin group)
Corey Foster had an all around score of 34.325 (seventh); she scored an 8.725 (seventh) on vault, 7.75 on bars, 9.05 (seventh) on beam and 8.80 (seventh) on floor. Sara St. Lawrence had an all-around score of 33.20; she scored an 8.30 on vault, 7.85 (eighth) on bars, 8.95 (eighth) on beam and 8.10 on floor.
Samantha Gates had an all-around Score of 32.90; she scored an 8.70 (ninth) on vault, 8.15 (seventh) on bars, 7.55 on beam and 8.50 on floor.
Level 6 (polar bear group)
Emily Colburn had an all-around score of 34.475 (fifth); she scored an 8.85 (first) on vault, 7.90 on bars, 8.625 (seventh) on beam and 9.10 (first) on floor. Breanna Vivier had an all-around score of 33.15; she scored an 8.70 (seventh) on vault, 7.55 on bars, 8.40 on beam and 8.50 (eighth) on floor. Emma Lynch had an All Around Score of 23.675; she scored an 8.725 (sixth) on vault, 7.50 on bars and 7.45 on floor.
Level 6 (icicles group)
Reece Greenleaf had an all-around score of 34.05 (fourth); she scored an 8.60 (ninth) on vault, 8.05 (seventh) on bars, 9.05 (first) on beam and 8.35 on floor. Abbey Catalano had an all-around Score of 25.45; she scored an 8.65 (eighth) on vault, 8.05 (eighth) on bars and 8.75 (fifth) on beam. Hannah Speight had an all-around Score of 22.675; she scored an 8.375 on vault, 6.60 on bars and 7.70 on beam.
The Nashua Baseball Umpires Association is looking for new and experienced Cal Ripken and AAU umpires for the 2013 season. The fifth Umpire Training Academy starts at 7 p.m. Feb. 17 at Bishop Guertin High School. For registration information visit www.nashuaumpires.org, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Youth spirit and football coaches for ages 5-15 are sought by the Nashua Police Athletic League Force. The Nashua PAL Force board is also looking for volunteers for the following board positions: treasurer, football assistant director for middle school, football assistant director for elementary school and concessions director.
For more information visit: www.nashuapalforce.com.
Baseball fever hits Hudson this winter as youth are encouraged to register for the Spring Baseball Season. Youth ages 4-12 play in HYB’s Cal Ripken Division. Youth ages 13-15 will play in the newly added Babe Ruth Division. Ages 16-18 are invited to register for the Senior Babe Ruth Division. Registration is open at www.hudsonyouthbaseball.com.
Spring baseball games are played on Saturdays and do not conflict with Sunday lacrosse games. Join HYB board members when they host a meet and greet from 9 a.m.-noon on Feb. 9, at Hills Garrison School.
Manchester South Little League is excited to announce the expansion of our existing league boundaries. We now look forward to serving the community of Litchfield this upcoming season.
Fee is $75 for one child $120 for families with two or more. A $25 late fee will be assessed on registrations received after Feb. 9. Two proof of residency documents and a birth certificate are required of any new player.
South Little League is for boys and girls from Litchfield and Manchester ages 4-2. Boys or girls must turn 4 before April 30 to be eligible to play this season. Little League has boundaries that are very strict and must be followed. To check the boundaries visit www.manchestersouthll.com.
For further information, contact player agent Melanie Mondor at player
email@example.com or 232-6439.