Week 4: Bedford Bulldogs football


The Bedford Blue knocked off the Blue Storm.

Luke Maye and Ryder Proulx set the tone early with a couple nasty defensive plays.

That set up big runs for Brian Gaudreau and Mason Garrett for the first Bedford TD of the day.

Proulx added a long TD run after strong runs by Maye and Sam Rousseau.

Solid runs from Kellen Lucius, Nicholas Jodoin, and Owen Brimblecom set up a Maye to Joey Suozzo TD pass. Maye also ran for the final TD of the day.


The Bedford Bulldogs Yellow KO’d Londonderry, 4-2.

Nicholas Vissagio got a big block from John Hollis to score the first TD.

Ben King and Gunnar Janicke ran strong to set up a nice touchdown by Cody Beyer.

Tied 2-2, Cooper Gunning took the ball off the left side and raced his way down the sideline for Bedford’s third touchdown of the day, Caleb Hinton almost singlehandedly kept the score even with his defense.

Taven Sealey, Will Riley and Bentley Champagne helped set up a Cam Calkins TD.


The Bedford Red Flag moved to 4-0 with a 4-0 victory over Londonderry.

Denys Savenko made a huge stop to spark the offense.

Logan Dollard, Ike Corbett and Jacob Shadroui also led the defense. Kip Breault ran well to set up a Savenko TD.

Wyatt Carnevale and Zac Younis had long runs to set up yet another Corbett to Savenko passing TD.

Cam Doyle ran well to set up a Corbett to Carnevale TD. Corbett also ran one in for the final TD.


The Flag Green played a hard-fought, close game against NorRock.

A solid run by Nathan Dunker set up a touchdown by Rachel Meisner to put the Bulldogs on the scoreboard. Pressure in the backfield led by Teddy Montagano and Cole Thibodeau led to sacks by Anthony Correnti and Drew Burnett. The green fought hard to gain yardage with notable runs by Gavin Shannon and Sean McGee. A first down run by Luke Burnett set up an opportunity for his brother Drew to use his agility and speed to go the distance for another Bulldogs touchdown.


Bedford beat Windham, 26-0.

Sam Doty and Tyler Parshay had big early runs. Aaron Chmielecki, Nate Duquette and Hunter Crowley sparked the defense. Matty Ciruso and Evan Maslanka made key blocks on a Hudson Schmitt TD run.

James Gilbert, Connor Flaherty and Carter Rick stepped up defensively. Nolan Murphy had a huge reception from Andre Steinbrueck. James Tamulevich later ripped off a long run, setting up Beau Dunker for the touchdown. Tamulevich added the PAT.

Trenton Otero and Hudson Schmitt had TD runs, and a Hunter Crowley walked in for the extra point.


The 10U Bulldogs dropped a tough home loss to visiting Windham. Despite valiant defensive efforts from Evan Dunker, Brody Helton, Brody Woloski, RJ Proulx, Gus Forgey, Jake Sheff, and Justin Chiras, the Bulldogs had difficulty containing the creative Windham offense.

Dunker, Brady Doldo, Helton, Connor Fraitzl, and Jack Maye had solid days on offense for the home team, but were unable to cross the stripe against a physical Windham defense.


Bedford U11 returned home this week to face the Windham Wolverines, rolling 32-0.

After a great week of practice, Tyler Johnston, Teghan McConnell and Ben Meisner were rewarded as captains for the matchup.

Danny Black connected on a 25-yard TD strike to Luke Soden to put the Dogs up early.

Kevin Sheridan ran for an 18-yard TD.

The O line was stout all day, led by Nate Clark and Tyler Johnston, who helped key a Dylan Soden score. Ledger Russell’s 40-yard dash set up a Danny Black TD.

Great runs by Spencer Henrichon, Jamie Collins and Ethan Chmielecki kept Windham’s defense on the field, chewing up the clock in the process. The final score on the afternoon was a 35-yarder by Luke Soden.

John Kramer once again shined at Center with a perfect afternoon. Brady Jackson had some impressive QB keepers for first downs. Jalen Kamineni and Jaden Cote were both standouts at TE. Kaeden Elmer, Dante DeGennaro and Jack Riso all made big defensive plays.


Bedford beat Windham, 12-0.

Defensive linemen Mason Kimball, Cam Westcott, Alex Wafer, Brady Martino, EJ Kissell, Cal McAuliffe and Sean Toscano all made tough tackles. Linebackers Dante Nieto and Parker Bromley continued their dominant play. In the secondary, safety, Evan Cibotti helped keep the Windham air attack on the ground with a critical knock down and two plays later an interception to keep the Wolverines scoreless.

Offensively, the Bulldogs Aiden O’Connell advanced a pass from Sean Kuhloff into the endzone on a 90-yard play. O’Connell then threw a touchdown of his own to Cam Raymond who eluded a bunch of defenders on his way to a score.


The JHL Junior Varsity Bulldogs had a rough two weeks with loses to Derry and Timberlane. The final score was not indicative of the effort. The JV defense played solid the second half and only gave one TD. The JV Bulldog offense scored 1 TD in the second half. The boys are learning what it takes to play a full game and really showed their heart in the second half playing to a 6-6 tie. The team is working hard every practice and will continue their development.


The 2017 JHL Varsity Bulldogs are 3-1 with a win over Timberlane Tornadoes. The final score was 33-6 it was good win after losing to Derry the week before.