Bedford Sports Talk
Friday, January 25, 2013
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Third- and fourth-grade
Bedford Hills beat Lovering Volvo 13-4. Bedford Hills was lead by Molly Stevenson with eight points. Lovering Volvo was led by Delaney Martel, who did a great job with quick transitioning play, while Jamie Karr made some great scrambling plays after the ball.
Small Green Computers was led to victory 14-7 over Bedford Athletic Club behind strong team defense and key baskets from Abby Forrester and Olivia Arrangio, who thrilled the crowd with a length of the court drive and basket. BAC was lead by Holly Souter and Hannah Dambach who had three and two points, respectively.
Team Texas Instruments lost 22-15 to American Red Cross Blood Services despite its great effort. Standout performances were given by Brooke Letzelter and Faith Laliberte for TI. Red Cross got the win with strong defense from Lilly Grande and Giovana Allsop.
Fifth- and sixth-grade
The Mavericks pulled out a close win over East Coast Managers 14-12. Megan Souter scored the winning basket with 30 seconds left in the game and Molly Kraus kept the game very close for East Coast.
Davidson Keller Williams defeated Crazy Monkeys 20-0. Lauren Lupo had a standout game and led all scorers with eight points and played strong defense. Katie Hirnak played well for the Crazy Monkeys and was strong on defense.
The Snapdragons outlasted NH Orthopedic Center 22-16 in an exciting game. Veronica Gikas, Lauren Sculley and Grace Rooney all contributed toward the winning tally. Morgan Roleau led NH Ortho with 14 points.
Seventh- and eighth-grade
Olivia Ouellet and Shannon Bolser led Pension Design Services scoring to beat Dunkin Donuts, 26-13. Hannah Thompson dominated the boards for Pension Design Services.
Despite being shorthanded, BARC was able to hold on for the win against Adina Day Spa, 21-13. Madisyn Simpson scored six points, Hannah Rinko, Erin Cassidy and Catherine Beagle each scored four points and Corrie LaBelle added three points.
Sam Ravenelle led the defense and Kasey Mahoney had a pair of buckets as Bellwether Credit Union fell to Bedford Journal 16-4. Matt Coutu and Zachary Harrington played well for Besford Journal in the win.
Tyler Beekman and Eric Morgan lit up the broad for Bedford Athletic Club in a 39-16 win over Cross Net.
Neat as a Pin played another inspired game, but fell to Bedford Journal by a score of 12-4. The Pinners were led by Ryan Labrie and Gavin Bolton.
Hearthside Reality survived a close game, edging out NAMTEK Corp. 20-19. Matt Ferrucci lead Hearthside with 14 points. Spencer Hewett and Devin Wakelin combined for the other six points in the victory. NAMTEK Corp. was led by Michael Pratt who had a game high 15 points with Ben Westbrook and Cam Climer each scoring a basket. Andrew Douthart and Alexander McDonald played well defensively.
Flooring Associates defeated Bedford Friends of Recreation 12-11. Tough defense by both teams kept scoring at a premium. BFOR was led by Alex Zwickau and Jack Buffett with four points each. Good rebounding and defense by Aiden Winstead and Samuel Izsak kept BFOR close for the whole game.
Verizon Wireless Arena defeated Dovetail Dental Associates 16-8. Verizon was led by the offensive efforts from Logan Plante, Sean and Michael McSherry and Nikhil Gottemukkala. A great display of defense provided by Max Manniello, Owen Bechert, Chris Delano and Zack Gamache helped secure the victory. Dennis Sarajic led Dovetail with four points. Nicholas Assourdarian, Andrew Raust and Andrew Coutu each had several defensive rebounds.
Fifth- and sixth-grade
Billy Morin scored the game-winning basket to give Next Step Orthotics the win over Keller Williams 27-26. Jack Colantuoni, Andrew Kemp and Arthur Standard played smothering defense while Max Lubelczyk, Luke Ramsay and Dylan Albuquerque kept the offense moving. Derek Moscillo and Zach Garron lead the offense for Keller Williams.
Trey Ravenelle and Derek Feather led the score scoring and Gavin Hailey helped balance the offense as Robert Starace Homes downed Centrix Bank 24-16.
Bedford Firefighters pulled away from the Mavericks in the second half to win a close game 31-18. Matt Fox and Joey Leary made key baskets while Nick Merchant converted several steals into scores.
Hot Rize Bagels lost to Centrix Bank 31-19, despite great play by both Patrick Goterch and Sean Shubert.
Seventh- and eighth-grade
NH Print & Mail won 34-26 against Boehm Graham. Zach Graham scored 14 points. Graham Burdon had a nice steal and breakaway basket to start the second half and all around good defensive effort. Michael Mullen aided the low scoring with exceptional defense while Andrew Corkery had several key passes that led to key scoring plays.
Generations edged Active Body Studio 31-30. Generations had a balanced attack and played tight team defense but could not stop Mitchell Roy from ripping off an impressive 27 points for Active Body. Nathan Kanter played big under the boards and Jack Carlson tossed in a pair of 3-pointers.
KerrBuild got balanced scoring from eight different players in defeating Gould & Gould Law 30-21. Owen Morgan led Kerrbuild in scoring with seven points, Peyton Murray contributed five points and Truman Larson scored two points for the victors.
Capital Kitchen & Bath defeated Social Bridges, 39-25. CKB was powered by Mikael Brown’s 24 points, Thomas Norfleet dropped in eight of his own and Owen Brown hit a 3 while steadying the pace of the offense. Cameron Detscher and Matt Provost provided outstanding effort for Social Bridges.
Manchester Harley Davidson prevailed over the Celtics 40-19. Manchester Harley spread the scoring around amongst Greg Wheeler, Mir Haaris-Sultan, Ricky Salvatore and Cameron Curcio. Tim Hoke and Trent Gallo were the leading rebounders. Celtics’ Anthony Rainey, Ben Lacombe and Kyle and Sean McDermitt played
aggressive defense but could not overcome the offensive weapons of Manchester Harley Davidson.
The girls won two games this week to improve to 8-2. Fiona Gillis scored six points and Liz Hughes had four to lead the girls to a 19-9 victory over St. Catherine’s on Saturday. Caleigh O’Connell had four points in the 8-1 victory over Hooksett on Sunday. Kayla Ware and Sydney Suozo performed well for the defense all weekend.
The girls beat Londonderry 23-15 to win the Hudson Tournament Championship. Isabella King had 17 points and won the Tournament MVP Award while Katey O’Connell was named to the All-Tournament Team.
The girls lost to Concord Boys and Girls Club 46-34. Bedford was led by Maddy Buffett with eight points. Mia Roy and Sadie MacIver chipped in, and Quinn Allen, Karina Schappler and Alexa Dyer added four more.