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JV results

The Bow boys’ JV soccer team defeated Hillsboro Deering in double overtime, 2-1. Gavin Kenney scored for H-D, while Connor Lane tallied 22 saves in goal. Joel Johnson led the Hillcats defensively.

∎ The Concord boys’ JV Soccer team lost to Manchester Central, 3-2. Ethan Dupre and Matt Adams scored for the Tide. Cass Parker made 10 saves in goal. Concord’s record is 1-1-0.

∎ The Concord JV field hockey team defeated Nashua South, 9-0. Spencer Snow and Sally Freeman each scored two goals. Bea Spencer, Ashleigh Fitch, Olivia Painchaud, Julia Ek and Katherine Gallagher each added one.

∎ The Pembroke JV boys’ soccer team defeated Hollis-Brookline, 4-3. Glenn Dion played a great game at the forward position, while Andrew Berry and Gunnar Frederickson played well in the back. Matt Gerrish came into the game in the second half and worked hard for the Spartans.

∎ The Hopkinton JV cross country team had its second meet of the season, held at Kearsarge. The Hawks had the first-place overall runner for the boys and girls. On the boys’ side, Simon Doneski won the race in 13:11. He was followed by Clifton Sullivan (sixth), Joe Sawitsky (seventh) and Michael Baer (ninth). For the girls, Sydney Stockwell was first overall in 15:18. Taylor Clark, Andra McGlashan and Sanne Doneski swept the second through fourth spots for the Hawks.

Middle school results

The 7th- and 8th-grade Henniker 2 girls soccer team extended its record to 2-0-1 with a win against Rundlett, 8-3.

∎ The Bow Memorial field hockey team beat Merrimack Valley, 2-0. Katie Begley scored both goals, the first off an assist by Shannon Ford and the second unassisted. Pernilla Shaw, Lauren Roy and Elizabeth Guertin had strong games in the midfield, while Pinky Fleury played well defensively. Emma Windsor had two saves in goal.

Freshman result

The Concord boys’ freshman soccer team fell to Hanover, 3-2. Isaac Bosa and Dhan Poudel scored the goals for the Crimson Tide.

Youth football

The Concord Capitols third-grade team improved to 2-0 with a victory over the Hudson Bears last weekend. Matthew O’Rourke started the scoring with a 50-yard touchdown on the first play, and Peter Reid helped pile up the points with a rushing TD and two fumble recoveries ran back for scores. Colby Despres ignited the offense with some long runs, while the defense held Hudson to one touchdown with key contributions from Moses Harris, James Wyatt, Michael Strazzeri and Bodie Coffey.

Golf results

Cynthia Ross gathered the most points in Division 1A of the Women’s Associations Point Tournament at the Concord Country Club. Ross’s 38 points outpaced Nancy Calder, who finished second with 28 points. Diane Clarner placed third with 25 points, Geri Levesque took fourth place with 24 points, and Marge Plodzik rounded out the top five with 20 points. Cindall Morrison won Division 1AA with 25 points, edging out Pat Connor, who finished second with 24 points. Marge Bell took third place with 14 points.

∎ In the latest Valley Seniors tournament results, Joe Labontee, of Loudon, was first overall with a 78 to win the event held at Lochmere Golf and Country Club in Tilton. Bill Kerin, from Contoocook, was first in his age group for net score.

Colby-Sawyer result

The Colby-Sawyer women’s tennis team cruised to a home win over Plymouth State, 8-1. The Chargers (2-2) swept the Panthers (1-1) in doubles play, led by No. 1 player Elizabeth Lincoln, who also won her singles matchup.

NHTI result

The NHTI men’s soccer team defeated the College of St. Joseph, 5-0. Ramiro Osorio, Muharem Causevic, Semir Sandzic and Jake Troy all scored goals for the Lynx.

Plymouth State results

Castleton College edged the Plymouth State field hockey team, 7-6. Nikki Garvey led the PSU attack with three goals, posting her second career hat trick. Jackie Morin added a pair of markers, and Aisha Rai Thompson made four defensive saves in the first half to keep PSU in the game.

∎ The PSU men’s soccer team won a wild road game against Salem State, 5-3. The Panthers (1-2) jumped out to a 3-0 halftime lead and led 4-0 in the second half, but Salem State’s Eryk Fernandez scored three times in the final eight minutes to make it a close finish. Alex Herbert scored twice for PSU, with Christian Bua, Alex Estupinan and Adam Edmunds adding the other three scores.

Golf scholarships

The McDonough Scholarship Foundation recently awarded $101,600 in grants to 98 people employed at 41 golf courses in the state. Recipients from Concord Country Club were Robert Gunnison, Joseph Smith, Griffin Smith and Samantha Nadeau (all attending UNH), Matthew Bennington (Rollins), Ryan Dube (Southern Maine), Mercedes Kuzina (WPI) and Jake Smith (Wesleyan). From Beaver Meadow were Benjamin Deshaies (Colby-Sawyer). From Loudon Country Club Travis Landry (Franklin Pierce). From Canterbury Woods Garrett Dube (Hamline) and Kelsea Marchand (St. Joseph’s).

Concord coaches needed

Concord High School has openings for an Alpine ski assistant coach and a girls’ varsity ice hockey assistant coach. Send résumé and three letters of reference to Steve Mello, Director of Physical Education & Sport, 170 Warren St., Concord, NH 03301, or email:

Golf lessons

Laconia Adult Education will be offering beginning and intermediate level group golf classes beginning Sept. 29. Contact Laconia Adult Education at 524-5712.

Legends of Hockey

The New Hampshire Legends of Hockey will induct five individuals – including Concord’s Harvey Smith, Mark Stuckey and Ted Rice, as well as Dick Bradley and Beatrice “Bea” Lambert, who each played important roles in the history of Berlin hockey – Oct. 27 at the Grappone Conference Center in Concord. In addition, the Legends will also pay tribute to the Concord High School boys’ and girls’ ice hockey programs. Concord’s boys’ varsity team dates back to the 1933-34 season, with the girls’ program being formed in 1993-94. Tickets for the Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony and Luncheon are now available for purchase. Contact Jim Hayes at or go to


Tennis lessons, taught by a PTR certified teaching pro, will be held at the Racquet Club for children and adults, all ages and all abilities. For prices and availability, contact 496-4267. Also, a coach-assisted league for high school tennis players will be held Sundays from 6-7:30 p.m. Call 496-4267.

AMERICAN RED CROSS lifeguarding classes are being held at SNHU in Manchester. Visit to see the schedule of courses, or call Karen Jenovese at 724-7484, or email

Softball Clinic offered by the New Hampshire Comets will be held Sanel Park from 5:30-7 p.m. on Thursdays. These clinics are open to the public and all ages are welcome. Weather permitting, the Thursday clinics will run through the month of October. Email

FIELDHOUSE SPORTS is accepting registrations for its next five-week session of Little Strikers/Mini Strikers soccer clinics, which begin Saturday at 12 Tallwood Drive in Bow. These clinics are offered for ages 3-6 with emphasis placed on fun and skill development. Cost (which includes a t-shirt) is $45 for Little Strikers (ages 5-6) and $35 for Mini Strikers (ages 3-4). Other clinics are available for ages 7 to adult. Call 226-4646.

Baseball camp hosted by Chicago Cubs minor leaguer Brad Zapenas will take place Sept. 21 for all area players ages 8-16, as well as coaches and parents, at the North Common baseball field behind Holman Stadium in Nashua. The instructional camp will be focused mainly on the infield positions, with some baserunning, and hitting instruction. Cost is $20 per player. Email

UNH WILDCAT LACROSSE CLINIC and alumni game will be held Sept. 28. The clinic runs from noon to 2:30 p.m. and is open to girls in grades 9-12. Athletes will learn skills from UNH coaching staff and current Wildcat players. The cost of the camp is $75. Register at For information, contact assistant coach Jesse Donnell at 862-4731 or


Pickleball will be played weekly on Monday mornings in Concord from 9 a.m.-noon at the Merrill Park tennis courts. All ages and ability levels are welcome. Contact Fred LaFontaine at 748-1619.

CONCORD YOUTH HOCKEY will hold its annual used equipment sale Saturday at Capital Sporting Goods (276 North State Street) in Concord from 9 a.m.-noon. People can drop off their used equipment until tomorrow with Dave Palisi at Capital Sporting Goods (224-6921) between the hours of 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Dave will appraise and tag the gear for sale (all equipment must meet all current safety rules in accordance with USA Hockey), and 25 percent of the sales price goes to CYHA and the remainder goes to the seller. Skates, gloves, shin pads, pants and helmets are all welcome. People can also register for Concord Youth Hockey leagues during the one-day event.

Concord Family YMCA Triathlon at Clough will take place Sept. 22. Registration is under way at There is no race day registration; the registration deadline is Saturday. The race features a beautiful open-water swim, followed by a bike ride on the roads of Dunbarton, Goffstown and Weare, before finishing with a scenic run through the park on established trails. Call Javier Urias at the Concord Family YMCA at 228-9622, ext. 150, or email

Fitness Challenge hosted by the NHTI Athletic Department will take place Sept. 22 at 8 a.m. at NHTI. “Quonquer the Quad” features teams of four competing in a variety of events on the course designed by NHTI alumnus Eric Marsh of FIT (Fun Intelligent Training). Special prizes will be awarded to the top teams along with shirts for the first 12 teams to register. All proceeds will benefit the Jen Kemp Scholarship fund for NHTI students. The event is open ages 18 and older, but NHTI will also hold a special challenge utilizing the NHTI quad area of the campus for those younger than 18. Visit

GOLF TOURNAMENT hosted by Bishop Brady High School in support of the school’s tuition assistance fund will be Sept. 27 at Canterbury Woods Country Club. Registration begins at 7 a.m. with a shotgun start at 8:30 a.m. Sponsorship opportunities are still available (contact Kathy Woodfin at Player fees are $100 per person or $400 per foursome and includes green fees, cart, gift bag, continental breakfast and lunch. Contact Maureen Kimball at Bishop Brady at 224-7418 or via e-mail at, or visit the events page on

GOLF TOURNAMENT put on by the Gilford Professional Firefighters Community will be Sept. 27 at the Pheasant Ridge Country Club in Gilford, with registration starting at 7:45 a.m. and tee-off at 8:30 a.m. Cost for the scramble-format game is $90 per golfer or $345 per foursome, if received before Sunday. Contact Jeff Madon at, or visit

UNH GYMNASTICS team is hosting a Kids’ Night Out Sept. 27 from 6-9 p.m. at the UNH Field House. Children age 3 through eighth-grade are invited for gymanstics, games and pizza under the supervision of the gymnastics team. Cost is $25 per child or $40 for two or more children from the same family. Register at


NIHOA-NH is seeking hockey officials for high school and prep school. Applicants should be minimum USA Level 2 patched. Visit and email

PLayers needed

U18 NH Lightning softball team is looking for two additional players to complete its roster for the 2014 season: a pitcher, and a utility player that can play third base. Call David Morrill at 520-4997.

U14 NH COMETS SOFTBALL team is looking for two players to fill its roster for the 2014 season. Access to indoor practice facilities for team winter workout sessions is included. Contact Dan Morin at or 496-7549.

NH Lightning 16U Gold ASA softball team is in need of a pitcher and catcher to complete its roster. Call 785-6675 to schedule a tryout.

NH LADY CANNONS SOFTBALL have a few roster spots open on its 12U, 14U and 16U teams. Teams have a fall schedule and complete winter workouts at the Concord Sport Center and will compete in seven summer ASA and NSA tournaments. If interested in a tryout, contact Russ Saucier at or 6944-6445.


BABE RUTH SOFTBALL Organization is offering senior girls (ages 12-17) fall softball starting Saturday and running for six Saturdays from 2-4 p.m. at Towle Field in Concord. Cost will be $25 for 2013 Babe Ruth players and $35 for all others. Players from outside the Concord area are welcome to participate. To sign up or for information call 228-3742.

LOUDON RECREATION Committee Programming is offering a five-week fall basketball session open to boys and girls entering grades 5-8. Sessions will held on Tuesdays and Thursdays, beginning Tuesday and running through Oct. 18, from 6:30-8 p.m. at the Loudon Elementary School gym. Cost is $25 for Loudon residents, $30 for non-residents.

MiniKickers soccer for children ages 2-6 is being offered by Hopkinton Recreation for four Wednesdays starting Wednesday. Cost is $55 (with uniform), $40 (no uniform). 2-3-year-olds meet 11 a.m.-noon; 4-6-year-olds from 10-11 a.m. or noon-1 p.m. Register at Questions, contact Rich Lamoury at

Concord Youth Hockey registration for Learn to Skate Clinic, Intro to Hockey (Atoms) and DynoMites is now available for the 2013-14 hockey season. Go to and follow the link to online registrations. Tuition for Learn to Skate is $139 per session and it begins at Everett Arena Oct. 5.

Team NH Baseball will be fielding a U17 team for 2014. Email for information regarding the season and possible tournaments. The manager will be Kyle Jackson, a right-handed pitcher formerly with the Boston Red Sox organization. Team NH Baseball also has a few openings remaining for its 2014 NH Grizzlies teams at the U12 and U13-U15 levels. Pricing is $800 for U12, $1,250 for U13 and $1,100 for U15. There will also be a free two-hour instruction/evaluation session for U12 players on a September morning at the Team NH facility. Email TNHB, or call Mike Jackson at 577-1772.

TRI-TOWN ICE ARENA is accepting registration for its fall/winter hockey programs. Prices start as low as $159. Contact 485-1100 or email Visit

PATS PEAK SKI TEAM is open for enrollment for the upcoming 2013-14 season. PPST is an opportunity for avid skiers (ages 7-20) to train and race with some of the state’s best and develop skills in a team atmosphere. Visit, or contact Maureen Delamater at 471-2713.

FIELDHOUSE SPORTS has immediate openings for the current session for women who’d like to play on a Women’s Over-30 indoor soccer team. Openings are available in both the Monday and Wednesday night women’s leagues. All abilities are welcome. Teams are also welcome to register. Leagues are also available for Adult Coed and Men Over-30. To register as a team or as an individual, call 226-4646 or stop in at 12 Tallwood Drive in Bow.

Coaches needed

CONCORD HIGH school has openings for a cross-country ski head coach and a cross-country ski assistant coach. Send résumé and three letters of reference to Steve Mello, Director of Physical Education & Sport, 170 Warren St., Concord, NH 03301, or email:

PEMBROKE ACADEMY is seeking a girls’ varsity assistant basketball coach. Please send a brief letter of interest and résumé to: Pembroke Academy, attn. Suzanne Klink, Athletic Director, 209 Academy Road, Pembroke, NH 03275, or email to

John Stark Regional High School has the following coaching openings for the 2013-2014 school year: varsity alpine skiing, JV baseball and JV boys’ lacrosse. Send a current résumé, letter of interest and three current letters of reference to Mark Searles, Athletic Director, John Stark Regional High School, 618 North Stark Highway, Weare, NH 03281, or via email at

Bishop Brady High is looking for a JV boys’ basketball head coach, a JV girls’ basketball head coach, and varsity boys’ lacrosse head coach for the 2013-14 school year. Email a cover letter, résumé, and three letters of reference to Fred Vezina, Athletic Director, at or send it to Bishop Brady High School, 25 Columbus Ave., Concord, NH 03301.

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