Bedford Sports Talk

LACROSSE

Cannons taking
registrations

Registration is now open for the Bedford Cannons 2015 season. All town, rec and travel players for boys and girls ages 7-14 are welcome. Cannons indoor skill sessions are underway on Tuesday evenings. BYLA is also returning its Little Laxer program for kids 4-6 years old. In order to register, go to bedfordcannons.org, go to the registration tab on the top of the page and follow through the process. Contact Bedford Youth Lacrosse through the website or at spblax33@comcast.net with any questions.

TRAVEL
BASKETBALL

Grade eight girls

The Bedford eighth-grade girls took home the championship at the Hudson Tournament last weekend by going 4-0 and defeating Londonderry 32-27 in the championship game. Sophia King, Lily Bromley and Emily Adams led Bedford to a double-digit first half lead, with King leading all scorers with nine points. Lizzy Stevenson took home the tournament’s most outstanding player award and Hannah McCarthy was selected to the all-tournament team.

Grade seven girls

The Bedford seventh-grade travel team rallied from a sluggish first half to a 29-18 victory over the Goffstown squad on Sunday. Ella Natale and Ava Gaudette paced a smothering defense while Torrance Ayotte, Emma Rosenbaum and Alli Morgan sparked the offense. Zoe Michaud was the game MVP with her all-around performance and key playcalling.

Grade three girls

Bedford celebrated a hard-fought victory over Brookline 23-20. Taylor Guibord and Sophia Douglas directed the plays with crisp, clean passes. Kamryn Schmitt played attentive defense and excelled all around with rebounds, shooting and heads-up play. Lana McCarthy played assertive defense and scored 15 points, Sophia Legoullan had four points and Gibourd and Schmitt each scored two.

Grade five/six girls

The Bedford girls notched another win with a 36-6 win against Amherst on Saturday. Marie Hamill led the scoring with 11 points, followed by Nitya Upadrasta with six. The entire team played excellent defense, creating many turnovers, and limiting Amherst’s baskets in the paint. The guards, Caity Lemay, Skyler DePetrillo, Mary Provost and Grace Chopra, also did a great job protecting the ball and running the offense.