Tuesday, January 13: The Girls Varsity Basketball team won 65-33 against the Hawks from Hopkinton. Freshman Becca Arnone recorded a double double, 20 points and 12 rebounds. Three other players scored in double figures; Meghan Sweeney, Kristen Hrubowchak, and Kim Chaisson had 14, 13 and 12 points, respectively. Marissa Framarini and Shannon Savard played well defensively.
Junior Kim Chaisson making a great shot.
The Girls JV Basketball team pounded 23 points in the second half to finish off a tough Hopkinton team. Taylor Shafer led the scoring with 13 points, while Heather Geist added 11. Katie Schultz added 8 points to her season total, while Ashley Gannon and Stephanie Couture played outstanding defense for the Cougars, with a final score of 44-27.
The Boys JV Basketball team beat Hopkinton 54-20. Leading scorers were Keithen Craig with 13 points and Mark Taddonio with 8. Defensive leaders were Kyle Mun (with 9 steals) and John Houston.
The Boys Varsity Basketball team had their best defensive effort to date in a 64-40 victory over Hopkinton. Phil Houston and Andrew Cialek combined to hold Hopkinton star Jake Nichols to 8 points for the night. Josh McGrath (15), Phil Houston (12), and Bobby Frappier (10) paced the Campbell offense as 9 Cougars scored. The total team effort saw 12 players contribute to the win.
Junior Shawn Henriquez going for the lay-up
Wednesday, January 14: Indoor Track - Congratulations to Alex Prolman, Geoff Pomerleau, Mike Rochford, and Jay Howley as they set a Campbell High School Indoor Track record in the 4 x 800 relay yesterday at the NH Wildcat Relays in Durham.
Thursday, January 15: The Girls Varsity Basketball team won its 4th game of the year with a win against Sanborn, 61-34. Meghan Sweeney netted 16 points, while Kristen Hrubowchak scored 15 points. Becca Arnone grabbed 9 rebounds. Shannon Savard and Ally Framarini played great defensively. Katie Schultz also shined.
The Girls JV Basketball team notched their 5th straight win over Sanborn, 39-21. With only a 3-point lead at half time, the Cougars unloaded 25 second-half points. Katie Schultz led the scoring with 14 points, while Heather Geist added 13. Taylor Shafer was 4 for 6 from the foul line, adding 8 points total for the night. Sarah Vance and Stephanie Couture played outstanding on both sides of the ball, while Caitlin O’Brien and Jamie Shepard carried the pace on offense.
Cassie Larocque is making a lay-up
Just prior to the game against Manchester Central on Friday night, Coach Karen Bonney could be heard saying that the girls had to maintain control of the ball to be competitive in the game. Unfortunately, the Lady Broncos did anything but what their coach suggested.
“The girls weren’t very patient on offense tonight,” said a disappointed Bonney. “Too many turnovers.”
Alvirne stayed competitive in the first half, as they only trailed by 5, going into halftime 30-25. But the Broncos couldn’t maintain the intensity and they went down 43-31 in the third, and only managed to score 2 points in the final quarter as the ball just couldn’t find the bottom of the net. The Broncos lost this one 59-33.
DJ Purcell led the scoring with 10 points and 3 rebounds, followed by Ashley Metivier with 7 points, 4 rebounds, and 4 steals. Kate Donovan added 6 points, 2 rebounds, 1 blocked shot, and 1 steal. Ashley Tomaswick returned to the court following a knee injury that she suffered in the playoff game against Salem High last season. This evens the Broncos record at 3-3 on the season.
The junior varsity squad also lost to Central by the score of 61-53. Cathryn Fernandes led the scoring with 14 points, Delaney Burns added 13 points, and Kelly Foley added 9 points. The Broncos will play Dover at home on January 27.
New England Gymnastics Training Center of Hudson competed in the 2009 Winter Carnival in Stratham over the weekend. There were over 150 gymnasts from around the state that competed. The Level 6 team took home second place with an all around team score of 106.55, Level 5 placed ninth with an all around Team score of 103.00 and Level 4 placing seventh with an all around Team score of 109.00 Some of our gymnasts were competing for the first time and a few were competing at a new level for the first time. This meet let the gymnast qualify for the upcoming sectional if they received a score of 31.000 all around or higher. NEGTC, coaches, parents and friends are very proud of all the gymnasts.
Level 4, Snowangel: Kamryn Ford, Litchfield, placed fourth with an all around score of 35.825. She received a 9.3 on vault (third place ), 8.45 on bars ( seventh place), 8.95 on beam (third place), 9.125 on floor ( third place).
Jackie Smith, Hudson, placed sixth with an all around score of 35.275. She received a 9.5 on vault (first place), 8.4 on bars (eighth place tie), 8.375 on beam (ninth place), 9.0 on floor (fourth place tie).
Madison Greenhaigh, Hudson, placed 14th with an all around score of 32.075. She received an 8.9 on vault (eighth place tie), 8.375 on bars (ninth place), 8.250 on beam (10th place), 6.550 on floor (14th place).
Madison Hoyt, Hudson, placed 17th with an all around score of 30.275. She received an 8.7 on vault (10th place), 7.0 on bars (16th place), 6.775 on beam (16th place), 7.8 on floor (13th place).
Level 5 Snowangels: Skyler Bomba, Hudson, placed sixth with an all around score of 33.75. She received an 8.55 on vault (sixth place) 7.9 on bars, 8.575 on beam (fourth place), 8.675 on floor (eighth place).
Level 6 - Snowangels: Hailey Reiff, Litchfield placed sixth with an all around score of 33.125. She received a 7.9 on vault (ninth place), 7.6 on bars (sixth place), 8.45 on beam (sixth place), 9.125 on floor (fourth place).
Melissa Pedersen, Litchfield, place ninth with an all around score of 28.275. She received an 8.3 on vault (sixth place ), 3.9 on bars (ninth place ), 8.25 on beam (eighth place), 7.825 on floor (ninth place).
Level 6- Penguins: Valerie Boucher, Litchfield, placed fourth with an all around score of 34.925. She received a 9.15 on vault (second place), 7.85 on bars (ninth place), 8.775 on beam (fourth place tie), 9.15 on floor (third place).
Kailey Sullivan, Hudson, placed 11th with an all around score of 17.200. She received a 9.050 on vault (fourth place ), 8.15 on floor (ninth place).
Level 8, Junior 8-11: Carly Ramariz, Hudson, placed fifth with an all around score of 33.175. She received an 8.7 on vault (third place), 6.6 on bars ( sixth place), 8.475 on beam (fifth place), 9.4 on floor (first place).
This winter has certainly been a long one and although it is hard to believe, spring will eventually be here. In preparation for the upcoming spring season, the Hudson Girls Softball League will be holding registration sessions at the Hudson Recreation Center on Wednesday, January 28th from 6 until 8 p.m., Wednesday, February 11th, from 6 until 8 p.m., and on Saturday, February 14th from 10 a.m. until 12 p.m. This year, the league plans to re-institute the high school division for all Hudson girls in grades 9 through 11 this spring. This new division is in addition to the Instructional (Grades K/R and 1), Minor (Grades 2 and 3), Junior (Grades 4 and 5), and Senior (Grades 6 thru 8), Divisions. At the end of March, there will be tryouts for players who are new to the league. The Hudson Girls Softball League is recreational league that is open to all girls who live in and/or go to school in Hudson. All players who register will play in the upcoming spring season. Registration forms will be available at the sign-up sessions and can also be downloaded from http://www.hgsl.org/index.html and brought to any sign-up session.