Bedford Sports Talk
The Bedford U11 girls team held off Amherst on Sunday in a 9-6 win. After running out to an early 3-0 lead, Bedford controlled the ground ball game and capitalized on most opportunities. Goals were scored by Eli Enners (three), Regan O’Brien (two), Lena Raduazzo, Kendal Joyce, Tally Coulter and Teagan Steele. Regan O’Brien won all but two draws and the defense was lead by Brie Cotnoir, Skylar Neftali, Kayla Leblanc and Sabrina Tipping. Alsie Munsterteiger once again was solid in goal and made key saves during critical times in the game.
The Bedford Youth Lacrosse program (Cannons) is now accepting applications for scholarship awards. Candidates should have had some participation in the Bedford Youth Lacrosse program. Go to the website, www.bedfordcannons.org, to download an application.
Flag football registration
Bedford Jaguars are holding registration for the 2015 flag football season. Flag football is a non-contact program for children entering kindergarten through second grade in the fall. Jags are part of the New Hampshire American Youth Football program, and play games against other towns in the state. The Jaguars also offer tackle football, cheer and dance teams. Register online at www.nhyfsc.org, or contact president@bedford jaguars.org for more information.
The Bedford Men’s Softball League is looking for players over 30 years old. Players must live or work in Bedford. To sign up, go to www.bmsl.net.
NEIBL team needs players
The New England International Baseball League is starting its second season, and the Monadnock team is looking for players ages 15-20 for the wooden bat summer league. The league is open to all high school players and college freshmen. The team will practice in Milford at the MCAA fields. Players from any town are eligible. The fee is $175 for the summer season. If interested, contact coach Dino Pioli at 732-7878 or email@example.com, or coach Ray Humphreys at 617-823-5820.
Signups for the 18th season of the Milford Summer Basketball Leagues will be held at the Light of the World Christian Church. Space is limited in the league (108 slots) and will be filled on a first-come, first-served basis. Boys and girls who are either age 10-14 as of Aug. 1, 2015, or currently in grades 5-8 are welcome to signup. The MSBL will also be holding high school league signups. If interested, contact Dennis Clemens, or email at firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information about the league, go to home.comcast.net/~msblhoops/.