Sports Talk


Milford Hoop Camp

Dan Murray, the Milford High School varsity boys basketball coach, will be holding his annual Hoop Camp for boys and girls ages 7-16.

The second session scheduled for July 27- 31, at the middle school. Sneakers are required and each camper receives a free T-shirt. Fruit, water and punch are provided, pizza will be sold at lunch or campers can bring a lunch. For more informa­tion, call 672-7140.


Milford camp

Tracie Ibarra, the Mil­ford High School varsity field hockey coach, will be holding a camp for players in Grades 1-9. The camp will run from Aug. 3-6, with players in Grades 1-5 attending from 8:30-11:30 a.m. and players in Grades 6-9 from 12:20- 3:30 p.m.

There will also be a free clinic held on Thursdays this summer for middle school students interest­ed in playing field hockey.

For information and registration form contact Tracie Ibarra at tibarra@


Coach needed

Amherst Middle School is looking for a girls soc­cer head coach. Season begins on Aug. 31 and ends in mid-October. Any­one interested should contact athletic director Jeff Wing at jwing@sprise. com.


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The Souhegan Valley Storm U14 softball team went undefeated in six games at the Barrington Grip and Rip Tournament with an exciting come-from-behind win in the championship game to earn the title. Last weekend, the Storm took third place at the New Hampshire Babe Ruth Championships and earned a trip to compete in the New England Regionals Championships that start on Thursday at Plymouth State University and last four days. This is the second year in a row they qualified for Regionals. Since the fall, the Storm has a 31-3 record.

Team members include, front row, from left, Abi MacLatchy, Rheanna Wilson, Kylie Dimond, Emily Moll, Ashley Humphreys and Alex Meader. Back row, coach Steve Dimond, Abby LeBlanc, Lauren Basta, Abby Sites, Maddy Lucontoni, Meredith Basta, Whitney Fitzgerald, Megan McLaughlin and coach Doug Moll.

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Milford boys lacrosee four-year varsity letters, from left, Adam Audet, Nick Skinner and Jameson Sroka.