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Campbell volleyball makes it into semifinals

By Hector Longo - Staff Writer | Nov 2, 2019


Division III Quarterfinals

No. 7 Campbell 3,

No. 2 Winnisquam 1

The Cougars hit the road for the upset, 24-26 25-23 25-18 and 25-13.

“What an amazing night for the Cougars, we out played Winnisquam,” said Campbell coach Melissa Miner.

“We stayed positive and calm through the match. Tonight was our strongest night offensively, Jordan Kanaley fought hard to put sets up to our hitters.”

Mallory Reczko had 12 kills and Catherine Carignan had a season-high 10. Defensively Elayna Montenero led with 27 digs.

Kanaley finished with 43 assists.

Campbell now heads to Plymouth State on Wednesday to challenge

No. 6 Mascenic in the state


Girls soccer

Division II prelims

No. 4 Milford 3,

No. 13 Plymouth 0

The Spartans had to wait an extra day for their playoff opener and took care of business on their home field. Rachel Gizzonio got the scoring started for the No. 4 seeds, and Asp en Tlapa and Syd Thibault added insurance goals.



Campbell High made a statement of all statements in the final regular season game of 2019, knocking Lebanon High from the undefeated ranks by a 22-17 count.

Eight teams make the playoffs in Division III, and these two 8-1 clubs will be right there among the top seeds along with 7-1 Trinity, which plays Somersworth today.

Cam Barrett had a five-yard TD run and Carter Vedrani caught a 25-yard TD paccer from Conor Sweeney for the Cougars, who played the final three quarters without Keegan Mills.

Barrett also caught a late TD pass from Sweeney of 62 yards and Vedrani pitched in a two-point run.

Lebanon had been the only unbeaten left in D-III.


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