Bedford Sports Talk

LACROSSE

Girls U13B split two

The Bedford girls U13B team put forth the best effort so far this year with an 8-4 win over Goffstown. Chamberlaine Bell led the scoring with three goals, Jessie Rioux had two goals and Jade Kwitkiwski, Sophie Pothuru and Piper Johnson had one goal apiece. Other offensive help came from Samantha Harrington Alexis Petron and Annie Carr. The Bedford defense had a great day shutting down Goffstown’s strong offense. Defensive play was lead by Ella Natale, Madison LaValle, Katherine Lipari and Rachael Rohe. Eleanor Wenners had many ground ball pick ups and, along with Jill Kwitkiwski and Emma Anderson, helped control the midfield. Goalies for Bedford were Madison LaValle and Emma Shulman, each having several saves.

Bedford also suffered a 7-6 loss in a tight game against Cocheco. First half saw a formidable Cocheco attack and they narrowly led Bedford for most of the game. Not giving up, Bedford laid out a strong attack of their own including a hat trick from leading scorer Sophie Pothuru. Others who contributed goals were Jill Kwitkiwski, Emma Anderson and Jessie Rioux. Eva Petron, Isabella Krasinski, Emma Schulman and McKenzie Muir provided support in the offensive area. Bedford had many great shots on goal from players such as Alex Doldo, Teagan McInnis, Chamberlaine Bell and Adiah Humphrey.

Bedford goalies Alexis Petron and Madison LaValle contributed several saves each.

CREW

Camp announcement

The Bedford Crew Club Will hold a camp for those who will be entering eighth and ninth grade in the fall of 2014. This five-day instructional clinic is open to anyone in this age group who wants to learn to row or improve his or her current skills. You do not need to be a Bedford resident.

The camp will take place at the Amoskeag Rowing Club boathouse in Hooksett from July 14-18 from 9 a.m.-3:30 pm. Cost is $350 for the week. Participants will be broken down into groups by experience and ability.

Lots of fun and laughs are guaranteed. The camp will be run by experienced Bedford High School coaches with assistance by some of the high school rowers. There will be a limit of 26 rowers, accepted on a first-come, first-served basis. For more information, visit www.bedfordcrew.org or email Lori Ashooh at lashooh@
comcast.net.

BASKETBALL

Summer league information

The Bedford Basketball League will host a summer league, and each division in grades 3-8 will play the same night and same court during the summer at either McKelvie or Riddle Brook. Games will be between 5:30-7:30 p.m. on Mondays, Tuesdays or Wednesdays. The eague runs for six weeks from June 23-July 30. No playoffs for grades 3-8 and registration cost is $40. Coed high school plays at 8:30 p.m. on Mondays, Tuesdays or Wednesdays at Riddle Brook. Registration cost is $50 and the league runs for six weeks from June 23-July 30. There will be single elimination playoffs for high school. Coed college plays at 6:30, 7:30, 8:30 on Thursdays and some Sundays at RBS June 12-July 24. Double elimination playoffs for this division and registration cost is $50. Go to www.
bedfordbl.com to register.