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Tuesday, November 20, 2012

Wrestling club finishes fall session

The Gate City Wrestling Club recently wrapped up its fall session of training and competition. Sponsored by the Boys and Girls Club of Greater Nashua, Gate City Wrestling is an offseason high school wrestling club providing regular training and competition opportunities for serious high school wrestlers during its spring, summer and fall sessions.

This fall, head coach Kris Rowlette provided regular instruction, supplemented by guest clinicians such as Timberlane Regional coach Barry Chooljian, Salem coach Wes Decker, and coach Mike Marshall of the Lowell-based Doughboy Wrestling Club. Club members also competed in tournaments at Springfield Tech Community College and Vermont’s Mount Anthony Union High School, and national tournaments such as the Super 32 Challenge in Greensboro, N.C., and the Journeyman Classic in upstate New York. ...

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The Gate City Wrestling Club recently wrapped up its fall session of training and competition. Sponsored by the Boys and Girls Club of Greater Nashua, Gate City Wrestling is an offseason high school wrestling club providing regular training and competition opportunities for serious high school wrestlers during its spring, summer and fall sessions.

This fall, head coach Kris Rowlette provided regular instruction, supplemented by guest clinicians such as Timberlane Regional coach Barry Chooljian, Salem coach Wes Decker, and coach Mike Marshall of the Lowell-based Doughboy Wrestling Club. Club members also competed in tournaments at Springfield Tech Community College and Vermont’s Mount Anthony Union High School, and national tournaments such as the Super 32 Challenge in Greensboro, N.C., and the Journeyman Classic in upstate New York.

Gate City’s competition roster during the fall session included, from Nashua South, Chris Dube (junior, 210-pounds), Brendan Kendall (freshman, 160) and Tyler Ellwood (senior, 152); from Nashua North, Zach Lavoie (junior, 195), Connor McBride (junior, 152), Cam Bennett (sophomore, 113) and Marcel Laplante (junior, 113); from Alvirne, Patrick Morse (senior, 170). Brendan Smith (senior, 145), Evan Manning (sophomore, 160) and Zach Breen (senior, 138); from Bishop Guertin, Zach Kemos (senior, 138); from Hollis Brookline, Zach McPherson (senior, 138) and Nick McPherson (freshman, 113); from Lawrence Academy, Andrew Crane (junior, 285); from Merrimack, Kyle Beeten (freshman, 106) and Kyle Heidbreder (sophomore, 170).

SWIMMING

McManus
shines in Minn.

Kaitlyn McManus, of the Hampshire Hills Seawolves swam at the USA Swimming Minnesota Grand Prix meet on Nov. 9. The meet was held at the University of Minnesota pool and was one of six meets that is held over the course of year that brings out many Olympians and national team members. With just over 600 swimmers at the meet, McManus swam in both the 100 and 200 breaststroke. Her time in the 200 was a personal best by less than a second, and her highest placing was in the 100 with 36th place.

HIGH SCHOOLS

Coaching opening

Souhegan High School is looking for a head coach for junior varsity girls basketball for the upcoming season. If interested in the position, contact athletic director Dick Miller at dmiller@sprise.com or call 673-9940, ext. 5331.