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KidSports: Fairgrounds baseball now 2-0

By Staff | Apr 21, 2018

Courtesy photo Four Nashua members of the Synchro Stars Synchronized Skating Teams, from left, Olivia Tall, Meghan Dugan, Adelyn Simoneau, and Carina Lee display their medals won in the recent Connecticut Classic Synchronized Skating Competition. Dugan competes at the Intermediate level, and Tall, Simoneau and Lee compete at the S2 level.

Nashua’s Fairgrounds Middle School baseball team moved to 2-0 on the season with a 5-2 win over Litchfield. Isaiah Hedquest pitched four shutout innings allowing no runs one hit and striking out five.

Leo Kopicko came in to pitch the final 2 1/3 innings, giving up just a single hit and escaping a bases loaded jam thanks to a nice defensive play by Alex Thibeault in right field.

Doubles by Jordyn Raisanen and Kopicko, and hits by Sean Sullivan and Ryan Haskell paced the offense. Fairgrounds pieced together a single run in each of the first four innings but left the bases loaded in three of those innings.

In the fifth, Litchfield put together a rally to push across two runs to close the gap to 4-2. That was as close as it would get and Fairgrounds put an insurance run in the board in the seventh.

Earlier, Fairgrounds opened the season with a 5-0 win over Hollis Brookline. Brandon Metivier pitched seven scoreless innings giving up just two hits while walking one and striking out 10. Fairgrounds started the scoring in the third when a couple of walks set the stage for back to back RBI singles by Haskell and Metivier.

Hollis loaded the bases in the sixth on a walk and two errors with nobody out but a pair of strikeouts and a fly ball ended the threat. Fairgrounds put the game away in their half of the sixth on a double by Kopicko a couple walks and an RBI single by Thibeault to finish the scoring.



Patriots Alumni clinic

at Stellos Stadium

The New England Patriots Alumni Club and Jeanne D’Arc Credit Union will be teaming up to host the Football For You clinic in Nashua on Friday, May 4 at 4:30 p.m. at Stellos Stadium. Registration begins at 4 p.m.

The free, one-day, non-contact football clinic is open to boys and girls ages 9-14 in the Greater Nashua area. Patriots Alumni will coach the youths and teach them about leadership, sportsmanship and nutrition, and challenge them with strength and conditioning exercises. Last year’s camp in Nashua saw more than 200 youths



Healthy Kids Running Series

The Healthy Kids Running Series is beginning in Nashua on Sunday, Apr. 22, with additional race dates April 29, May 6, 13 and 20.

All races will be held at 4:30 p.m. at Lincoln Park on Greenlay Street in Nashua. Participants are asked to arrive at 3:45 p.m. if they have not pre-registered or picked up their race bag at Race bag Pick-up Night. Walkup registrations need to be finished by 4:25 p.m. On-site registrations are welcome each week, checks are preferred. Registration is non-refundable and participants should wear sneakers.

For more information and to register, visit healthykidsrunningseries.org/race_locations/nashua-nh/.


HB Cavs Registration

Football player and cheerleader registration for 2018 season is now open for Hollis-Brookline Jr Cavaliers.

The season starts in late July, and summer programs are also available. Visit

www.hbjrcavs.com for more


HB Football and Cheer Coaches needed

The Hollis-Brookline Jr Cavaliers Football and Cheer Athletic Program is currently accepting applications for all levels of football and cheer coaching positions.

These positions include head coaches, assistant Coaches and junior demonstrators. If interested, go to www.hbjrcavs.com to complete the appropriate application.

For football related questions, contact football@hbjrcavs.com and for cheer questions, contact cheer@



Hollis Brookline registraton

Registration for Hollis Brookline Youth Lacrosse is now open. Those interested can register at www.hblax.


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