MWV Tamworth baseball team is in full swing

TAMWORTH — For the third time in four days the MWV Tamworth baseball team squared off against the boys from Coos/Lancaster. After having split a weekend doubleheader it was anybody's guess who would come out on top in this contest.

Coos struck for three runs in the first inning off Tamworth starter Derek Dascoulias. The three-run lead was short-lived as Tamworth plated two runs in the home half as table-setters Russell Chick and Riley Fletcher were driven in by Dylan West and Zach Smith. Jonathon Brooks led off the second inning with a walk and came around to score as Chick hit a ball the Coos third baseman couldn't handle cleanly.

After the three-run first, Dascoulias settled in and held the opponents scoreless for the next three frames before being touched up for a run in the fifth to put Coos up 4-3. Coos tacked on another run in the seventh to make the final score 5-3 in favor of the visitors.

"All-in-all it was not a bad day for the Tamworth crew," Coach Jim Hidden reported "Pitching was decent and the defense was solid, committing only one error. The difference in the outcome was that the bats were fairly quiet after the first inning and when the ball was hit well it was right at a defender."

After the Fourth of July break, the Tamworth team heads back to Lancaster for the district tournament July 9-11.

Players are reminded that Thursday will be a practice at 6 p.m. (in the event Brett field is unavailable it will switch to Madison). Part of the practice will be the "All-Star" home run/hitting challenge.

The remaining schedule for the Tamworth squad is as follows:

Thursday — practice, 6 p.m. in Tamworth

July 6 — Blue/Red, 6 p.m. in Madison
July 9-11 — District Tournament in Lancaster
July 13 — game, 6 p.m. at Kingswood
July 16 — doubleheader, noon at Wakefield
July 21 — game, 6 p.m. in Tamworth vs. Kingswood
July 26 — Blue/Red, 6 p.m. in Tamworth
July 27 — practice, 6 p.m. in Tamworth
July 30 — game, 2 p.m in Tamworth vs. Derry

Players need to be at home games 90 minutes before game time and 60 minutes before game time for away games.


Spring gobbler hunt down 4.3 percent

CONCORD — Preliminary results are out for New Hampshire's May 2016 spring gobbler season. Data in to date shows that hunters harvested 3,821 turkeys in New Hampshire during the spring hunt. This is 172 fewer gobblers (4.3 percent) than the 3,993 taken in the 2015 spring season. More registration forms may trickle in from the 60 stations around the state, so the numbers are not final.

"It was thought that the May 2016 harvest total might exceed 4,000 gobblers, but poor hunting weather the first week probably reduced the potential harvest somewhat," said longtime state Fish and Game Turkey Biologist Ted Walski.

Opening day (May 3) was a foggy morning, after a hard rain of 1.25 inches the previous day. On Wednesday, May 4, it rained most of the day, amounting to 1.5 inches. On Sunday, May 8, it rained again in the morning.

Another factor reducing the harvest, according to Walski, was the very early green-up. Spring-like conditions typical for the end of March were in evidence by March 7. The month of April saw 18 "thawing days" of 50 degrees Farenheit or greater. By May 17, leaves were budding out on the trees, reducing visibility and absorbing sound — and making it more difficult for hunters to see and hear turkeys.

Of the 18 Wildlife Management Units, J2 (north of Route 4 to Lake Winnipesaukee) had the most turkeys taken (627), followed by K (mostly western Hillsboro county) with 461, then M (435) and L (381) in the Rockingham/Strafford county region, and H2 (409) in Cheshire County. Further details of the data from the 2016 spring gobbler season will be available at a later date when all registration data have been entered and verified.

Most turkey eggs typically hatch from late May to mid-June. Fish and Game is asking the public's help in monitoring observations of wild turkey broods through its annual turkey brood survey that runs from June 1 through Aug. 31.

Additional information on the survey and how to participate is available at


Conway Parks and Recreation Department announces summer program

CONWAY — The Conway Parks & Recreation Department is now accepting registration forms for the 2016 summer program. Last year, 263 children from Albany and Conway participated in the program.

The Conway Parks & Recreation Department will be offering an eight-week summer program geared for boys and girls ages 6-14, beginning on Wednesday, June 22 and concluding on Friday, Aug. 12. The program will run Monday-Friday 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. This all-day program will offer arts & crafts, games, sports, special activities and weekly trips to enhance your child's summer recreation experience.

Children will be separated into two groups by age. Children ages 6-9 will be in one group and 10-14 will make-up the other group. The program will be onsite at the recreation department in Center Conway Monday, Wednesday and Friday. On Tuesdays children ages 6-9 are offered a trip and on Thursday's children 10-14 go on their trip.

There will be a small fee this summer to participate along with different payment plans. Be sure to register before June 10 to take advantage of the early bird registration fee.

Children must be a resident of Conway (all Conway's) or Albany to participate.

To learn more or to download registration forms go to or contact the Conway Parks & Recreation Department at 447-5680.


MWV Soccer Club had a ball this spring

By Lloyd Jones

CONWAY — The Mount Washington Valley Soccer Club closed the book on a another strong season of great spring action recently. Fielding six teams in the always competitive N.H. Soccer League, three made it to the state semifinals or better.

All of the tournament action was played at the N.H. Soccer Complex in Pembroke.

The U19 girls were in semifinal action June 16, playing Timberwolves FC in a Division 2 match. MWV topped the Timberwolves 2-1 to advance to the championship match the following day against Cheshire United, who beat Seacoast United by forfeit the prior day.

"The semifinal was a good game," said Dave Hart, coach of the MWV side. "Dana Levine scored what proved to be the game-winner, and Esme Hernandez scored our first goal to make it 1-0. We played well against a good team. The girls did a nice job of withstanding some late attacks."

Cheshire United topped MWV 4-0 in the finals, but the contest was much closer than the final score might indicate. United scored three goals in the final five minutes to seal the match.

"I think with the forfeit they came into the finals a little fresher than us," Hart said.

The match was scoreless at halftime, and the booters from MWV had their chances with Levine hitting the crossbar and Hernandez coming close a couple of times on other opportunities.

United broke the deadlock in the 75th minute, tucking home a rebound after Lauren Gralenski, who according Hart was superb, made the initial save but the ball bounced into the path of an onrushing Cheshire forward.

"Down 1-0, we were forced to go from a 4-3-3 (formation) to a 3-5-2," Hart said. "We had a good run of the play and got some chances, but couldn't get the equalizer."

The U14 girls, coached by Antonio Barrionuevo and playing in Division 3, met the Exeter Hawks on June 18 in the semifinals, and led 1-0 at the intermission, but fell 2-1.

The Hawks lost 6-1 to Revolution United in the championship match the following afternoon. United beat Oyster River Academy 1-0 in its semifinal match.

"Exeter had this one player who dominated the run of play," Hart said. "I don't think our fitness level was quite the same as the other team. They scored two goals late, but overall the thinking was we played well and played hard. It was a nice season to build on. I'm looking forward to seeing what they can do next year."

The U19 boys, who won the Division 2 title last year, met LHIFA FC in a Division 1 semifinal June 16. The two sides played to a 1-1 draw in its most recent match during the regular season, and this tilt was just as tight. MWVSC entered tournament play riding a 17-match unbeaten streak, but fell 3-1 in the semis.

LHIFA FC lost 2-1 in the championship game the following day to MVFC. MVFC topped Queen City Empire 3-1 in its semifinal match on June 16.

MWV and LHIFA were knotted at 1-1 at halftime.

"We had played LHIFA two other times," said Brian Byrne, coach of MWV. "A tie both times. They are a Latino/Hispanic team out of Nashua who have extremely skilled players. We watched them improve over the season, winning the Memorial Day tournament. Game day was really hot and sunny. Our plan was a high-tempo pressing game early. Break up plays in front of our back line. Wait for a counter-attack opportunity. Usually our game plan really starts to take hold after the first 15-20 minute. That game we just started slow, they moved the ball well and were creating large gaps. We struggled to really pressure them. The heat finally took its toll. We brought the game back to a 2-1, but never really had control."

Players for MWV included Neil Harrison, Will Synnott, Wilder Byrne, Jack Thompson, Lee Dennis, Zach Bradley, Shane Couture, Camden Clark, Bryce Harrison, Donovan Spaulding, Marco Ross-Parent and James Gaudreault.

Coach Byrne saw steady improvement from his troops.

"The club has really improved over the last couple of years," he said. "Numbers are up for most teams. Giving the ability to really select an 'A' team. Many of the players have started at U-10/12 so the progression is starting to show. The club supports the coaches. Providing opportunities to increase coaching knowledge thru course with US Soccer and NSCAA. This year we had four teams play in the Memorial Day tournament and three teams qualify for playoffs at NHSL. Teams are all moving up in division placement as well."

What made the U19s such a strong team?

"That would be a combination of things," Byrne said. "For the last two years we have been practicing indoors (at the Josiah Bartlett Elementary School) in Bartlett over the winter as well as playing in Gorham, Maine in an indoor league. I believe all those extra touches in a small environment gets the players able to move and think quicker. Also keeps them focused as we move into the season. I am a real believer in fitness. So I push the players and try to motivate them to become the most fit athlete they can be. High tempo practices, keeping the heart rate up. I would say at least half of them lifted weights over the last two years. Several of them Nordic ski for Kennett, giving them great core strength. This fitness brought us many late game goals."

Coach Byrne said there have been a number of individual highlights over the season.

"Captain Bryce Harrison put the team on his back for the first two games hammering in outside goals while we were down two goals," he said. "During those first two games Jack Thompson (filling in for Cam Clark in England) made at least 10 incredible saves in each game, coming onto the team straight from AAU basketball. Keeping the games alive so we could come back to tie up the score. Marco Ross-Parent in central midfield was always a threat. Blasting in four or five outside free kicks for goals, never even giving goalies a chance. Donovan Spaulding scored a goal with 5 seconds left at the Amherst Memorial Tournament clinching first place in our bracket and qualifying us for the semifinals.

"These boys showed real dedication," he continued. "We had hight turnouts on practice. Kids giving up Friday and Saturday nights to practice or play in Gorham. Always played to the last whistle. We came back and tied our first three games of the season against the top three teams. In the Amherst Memorial Tournament we scored a goal with 5 seconds left clinching a top spot in playoffs after being scored on in the 80th minute. They never give up. Another key to the team was that we always scored goals. We scored at least one goal in all of our 22 games over the last two years. Knowing that you will score always mentally keeps you in the game."

Although the season may be over for the MWV teams there are still a number of opportunities to play the beautiful game. Byrne said pick up soccer is offered at Kennett Middle School on Wednesdays and Sundays at 6:30 p.m.

There are also a number of soccer camps coming to the area, and pre-season conditioning training with Teddy Nutting through Mountain Center Physical Training os offered at Kennett High from June 27-Aug. 5. There are also opportunities in Wolfeboro to play at the Nick with a Lakes Region club.


Madison boys break record at Hershey State Meet

By Lloyd Jones

CONWAY — The Madison Rec Department had only four boys qualify to compete in the prestigious Granite State Track and Field Meet in Pelham on Friday, but boy didn't they make their presence known. Spencer Ballou, Owen Henley, Kylan Morneau and Garrison Phaneuf teamed to not only win the 4X100-meter relay in the 11/12 division, but also shattered the state record on their way to becoming state champions.

The boys, coached by Terry Ballou, set a new state record in running 1:00.98.

"Spencer Ballou ran the lead off leg and got us into great position; Garrison Phaneuf blew open the second leg, moving us into first place with a nice lead," Coach Ballou said. "A slightly bobbled hand-off between Phaneuf and third leg Kylan Morneau set us back a bit, but Kyle regained composure and maintained the lead. Owen Henley, running anchor leg, dug deep and held off a charging Exeter team for the win. It was teamwork at its finest!"

The athletes earned their way to the championships based on strong performances June 18 at the Eastern Regionals in Rochester. Other local programs competing in the meet Saturday included Conway, Madison, Moultonborough, Ossipee and Wakefield. Top four finishes at the regionals earn a trip to the championships.

In individual events, Henley placed second in the 100 meters with a blazing 14.30 and third in the 200 meters in 30.89.

Phaneuf ran an outstanding 400 meters, finishing second in 1:10.

Morneau threw the softball 124 feet, good enough for fit place.

Spencer Ballou ran the 800 meters in a personal best time of 2:56, finishing seventh.

"Madison may very well have been the smallest team at the meet, but these kids remained undaunted and gave it everything they had," Coach Ballou said. "I call them the 'Quad Squad' because they work so well together and always push each other. I couldn't be prouder!"

Athletes for Conway included: Andrew Irwin, fifth, 11-12 100-meter dash, 14.85.

Bobby Graustein, fifth, 13-14 400 meters in 1:08.21; third, 800 meters in 2:39.88; and third, hammer (softball) throw, 134'9".

James Pullan, fifth, 13-14 800 meters, 3:07.79.

Tristan Smith, eighth, 13-14 200 meters, 30.86.

Shane Fay, seventh, 11-12 long jump, 6'8.25".

Evan Koroski, seventh, 11-12 hammer (softball) throw, 118'9".

Olivia Krug, sixth, 13-14 100 meters in 14.46; fourth, 200 meters, 30.05.

Piper Lopashanski, second, 9-10 200 meters, 34.24; second, 400 meters, 1:17.49.

Grace Perley, sixth, 11-12 200 meters, 32.25.

Shannon Abrams, fifth, 11-12 800 meters, 2:48.12.

Lily Rosa, fifth, 11-12 hammer (softball) throw, 87'.

4X100-meter relay team of Ty Buell, Ryan Fay, Nash Harrigan and Reid Irwin, seventh, 1:11.43.

4X100-meter relay team of Andrew Irwin, Shane Fay, Jason Champagne and Aiden Parker, third, 1:02.63.

4X100-meter girls' relay team of Shannon Abrams, Lily Rosa, Grace Perley and Zemmi Macmillan, second, 1:03.73.

"We had 18 athletes go down, and we had great parental support," said Bernie Livingston, head coach of the Conway team. "The kids handled themselves very well. It's just too long of a ride."

"We travel the furthest, unless a team from Canada comes down or one from New Jersey comes up," he quipped.

Athletes for Moultonborough included: Christopher Bergquist, fifth in the 11-12 800 meters in 2:51.38.

Sarah Dubois won the 11-12 100-meter dash in 14.68; second in the 200 meters, 31.04; and second, long jump, 7'.

Allison Kelley, third, 13-14 100 meters, 13.97; and second, 200 meters, 29.53.

Athletes for Ossipee included: Brennan Lawton, eighth, 13-14 100 meters, 16:14

Quinn Bouwens, seventh, 13-14 long jump, 13'2.25".

Ashton Andruskiewicz, second, 9-10 hammer (softball) throw, 114'.

Elizabeth Wilbur, sixth, 13-14 400 meters, 1:13.12; second, 800 meters, 2:53.03.

Rachael Paraskos, fifth, 13-14 long jump, 13'5"; and second in the hammer (softball) throw, 99'9".

Athletes for Wakefield included: Lilly Stinchfield, sixth, 3:17.41; fourth, 1,600 meters, 7:01.36.


The Hershey Games came about, according to its website ( "to provide quality recreation and school programs where children have fun and are introduced to physical fitness through basic track and field events, such as running, jumping and throwing. And while competition is important, the Hershey's Track & Field Games encourages kids to be the best they possibly can be. Track and field programs are great way to help children establish a love for physical fitness at an early age."

Youngsters compete in 50-meter dash, 100-meter dash, 200-meter dash, 400-meter dash, 800-meter run, 1600-meter run, 4x100-meter relay, standing long jump and the softball throw.

The Hershey's Track & Field Games has been a national event and now a North American event since 1978. "The Hershey Youth Program, founded in 1975 by Dr. Donald P. Cohen in Charleston, W.V., has grown from a local playground event in one community to one of the largest youth sports programs in North America," the website states. "The program is designed to encourage physical fitness among youth and emphasize sportsmanship."


Results from the regional meet on June 18 in Rochester were:

Boys 9-10 50-meter dash: winning time 8.27. Conway — Nash Harrigan, second, 8.59; Ryan Fay, fifth, 8.96; Cooper Cronin, 12th, 9.45; and Benjamin McGlone, 33rd, 11.28.

Madison — Shane Sevigny, 19th, 9.97.

Ossipee — Trey Peteron, 20th, 10.0.

Boys 9-10 100-meter dash: winning time 15.16. Conway — Ryan Fay, sixth, 16.57; Reid Irwin, seventh, 16.74; Cooper Cronin, 19th, 17.94; Ty  Buell, 21st, 18.06; and Benjamin McGlone, 42nd, 22.06.

Madison — Shane Sevigny, 30th, 18.78.

Moultonborough — Jamie Marlowe, 36th, 19.32.

Ossipee — Ascher Goulet, 23rd, 18:12; Damien Gavell, 26th, 18:45; and Trey Peterson, 35th, 19.31.

Wakefield — Zachary Lewis, 14th, 17.38; and Rueben Proulx, 38th, 20.15.

Boys 11-12 100 meter dash: winning time 14.37. Conway — Andrew Irwin, fourth, 15.44; Jason Champagne, 16th, 16.04; Evan Koroski, 17th, 16.20; Brigham Bettencourt, 19th, 16.37; Jack Martin, 22nd, 16.39; Aiden Parker, 23rd, 16.40; Logan Ballou-Demers, 28th, 16.83; Kaeden Hammer, 36th, 18.18; and River Pullan, 44th, 19.29..

Madison — Owen Henley, third, 14.72; Kylan Morneu, sixth, 15.54; Aiden Hayes, 10th, 15.90; and Brandon Sevigny, 31st, 17.67.

Moultonborough — Ethan Larson, ninth, 15.85; and Owen Cahoon, 10th, 15.90.

Ossipee — Jeb Zahr, 13th, 15.95; Andrew Clark, 38th, 18.34; Anthony DeLuca, 39th, 18.30; Owen Kelly, 40th, 18.46; and Jared Brown, 43rd, 19.04.

Wakefield — Dominic Martin, 45th, 21.78.

13-14 100-meter dash: winning time 13.35. Conway — James Pullan, seventh, 16.56.

Ossipee Brennan Lawton, fourth, 15.41.

9-10 200-meter dash: winning time 30.70. Madison — Cabot Henley, 26th, 40.13; and Aiden Parsons, 28th, 40.48.

Ossipee — Ashton Andruskiewicz, 17th, 37.64; and Ascher Goulet, 25th, 40.12.

Wakefield — Timothy Bennett, 15th, 36.29; Zachary Lewis, 22nd, 38.92; and Asher Proulx, 29th, 40.64.

11-12 200-meter dash: winning time 30.09. Conway — Andrew Irwin, eighth, 33.78; Jack Martin, 34.43; Brigham Bettenourt, 14th, 35.34; Loda Ballou-Demers, 18th, 36.56; Evan Koroski, 20th, 36.84; and River Pullan, 29th, 41.07.

Madison — Owen Henley, third, 31.21; Kylan Morneu, 10th, 34.39; Aiden Hayes, 17th, 35.72; and Brandon Sevigny, 23rd, 37.48.

Moultonborough — Owen Cahoon, sixth, 33.57; Christopher Bergquist, ninth, 33.80; and Ethan Larson, 21st, 37.19.

Ossipee — Jeb Zahr, 19th, 36.78; and Jared Brown, 30th, 41.81.

13-14 200-meter dash: winning time 30.40. Conway — Tristen Smith, third, 31.46.

Ossipee — Quinn Bouwens, fifth, 32.68.

9-10 400-meter dash: winning time 1:17.37. Madison — Cabot Henry, 19th, 1:32.18.

Moultonborough — Eric Larson, 21st, 1:33.31; and Jamie Marlowe, 28th, 1:42.66.

Ossipee — Ashton Andruskiewicz, 23rd, 1:33.64.

Wakefield — Timothy Bennett, eighth, 1:23.02; Asher Proulx, 17th, 1:31.19.Cole Colon, 25th, 1:34.74; and Reuben Proulx, 26th, 1:34.78.

11-12 400-meter dash: winning time 1:10.54. Madison — Garrison Phaneuf, second, 1:11.48.

Wakefield — Zach Eagan, seventh, 1:18.53; Jackson Morgan, 11th, 1:30.11; and Dominic Martin, 14th, 1:54.64.

13-14 400 meter run: winning time 1:05.48. Conway — Bobby Graustein, second, 1:07.76; and Tristen Smith, seventh, 1:12.42.

Ossipee — Brennan Lawton, ninth, 1:19.66.

11-12 800 meter run: winning time 2:43.15. Madison — Spencer Ballou, fifth, 2:56.20.

Moultonborough —Christopher Bergquist, fourth, 2:53.50.

Wakefield — Zach Eagan, second, 2:48.22.

13-14 800 meter run: winning time 2:54.64. Conway — Bobby Graustein, second, 2:58.93;and James Pullan, fourth, 3:20.85.

4X100 relay 9-10: winning time 1:04.62. Conway (Buell, Fay, Harrigan and Irwin), fourth, 1:10.04.

Ossipee — (Peterson, Gavell, Goulet and Andruskiewicz), eighth, 1:15.67.

Wakefield — (Colon, Proulx, Proulx and Benentt), 10th, 1:17.33.

4X100 relay 11-12: winning time 1:02.28 by Madison (Ballu, Phaneuf, Morneu and Henley).

Conway — (Irwin, Fay, Champagne and Paker), third, 1:04.44. Conway also took fifth (Bettencourt, Koroski, Martin and Hammer), 1:08:81.

Ossipee — (Raineone, Zahr, Clark and Brown), eighth, 1:12.80.

9-10 Long Jump: winning jump 6'6". Conway — Killian MacPherson, 10th, 5'3; and Ty Buell, 18th, 4'9".

Madison — Cabot Henley, seventh, 5'7"; and Aiden Parsons, 25th, 5'5".

Wakefield — Cole Colon, 12th, 5'2".

11-12 Long Jump: winning jump 7'3.75". Conway — Shane Fay, third, 6'11".

Madison — Aiden Hayes, eighth, 6'7"; and Brandon Sevigny, 24th, 5'4.25".

Moultonborough — Ethan Larson, fifth, 6'10.25".

Ossipee — Anthony DeLuca, sixth, 6'9"; and Owen Kelly, 23rd, 5'5".

13-14 Long Jump: winning jump 15'.75". Conway — Tristen Smith, fifth, 12'2.25"; and James Pullan, 12th, 9'5.75".

Ossipee — Quinn Bouwens, third, 12'5.25".

9-10 Hammer (softball) throw: winning toss 113'6". Conway — Nash Harrigan, fifth, 103'4"; Ryan Fay, 14th, 81'; and Ty Buell, 33rd, 55'6".

Ossipee — Ashton Andruskiewicz, second, 106'; Ascher Goulet, sixth, 102'8"; Damien Gavell, 13th, 83'5"; and Trey Peterson, 26th, 62'11".

Wakefield — Timothy Bennett, ninth, 96'11"; Asher Proulx, 22nd, 73'7"; Zachary Lewis, 26th, 62'11'; Cole Colon, 29th, 60'3"; and Reuben Proulx, 39th, 41'2".

11-12 Hammer (softball) throw: winning toss 139'. Conway — Evan Koroski, fourth, 118'9"; Aiden Parker, eighth, 110'7"; Shane Fay, 10th, 101'4.5"; Logan Ballou-Demers, 18th, 93'; Kaeden Hammer, 24th, 82'1"; Brigham Bettencourt, 25th, 80'7.5"; Andrew Irwin, 30th, 67'7"; and River Pullan, 34th, 54'4".

Madison — Kylan Morneu, third, 125'2".

Moultonborough — Owen Cahoon, seventh, 113'9.5"; Christopher Bergquist, 22nd, 87'6.75";

Ossipee — Jeb Zahr, sixth, 114'11"; Andrew Calrk, 17th, 94'.5"; Jaed Brown, 26th, 75'4"; and Owen Kelly, 31st, 66'6.5".

Wakefield — Zach Eagan, 14th, 96'8"; and Dominic Martin, 37th, 47'1".

13-14 Hammer (softball) throw: winning toss 210'8". Conway — Bobby Graustein, first, 133'9".

Ossipee — Quinn Bouwens, sixth, 95'; and Brennan Lawton, seventh, 93'10".

Girls 9-10 50-meter dash: winning time 8.26. Conway — Ivy Zipf, 27th, 10.08; and Lily Stephan, 35th, 11.02.

Wakefield — Abigail Macmillan, 22nd, 9.81.

9-10 100-meter dash: winning time 16.56 seconds. Conway — Lily Stephan, 38th, 21.97.

Wakefield — Samantha Krafton, 24th, 18.64; and Abigail Macmillan, 28th, 18.97.

11-12 100-meter dash: winning time 14.73 seconds by Moultonborough's Sarah DuBois.

Conway — Lily Rosa, 10th, 15.96; Shannon Abrams, 12th, 16.08; Zemmi Macmillan, 25th, 17.12;and Liza Graustein, 32nd, 19.09.

Madison — Carli Krebs, 14th, 16.28; Ashley Garside, 19th, 16.80; and Sarah St. Jean, 26th, 17.14.

Ossipee — Autumn Rosiak, 35th, 19.91.

Wakefield — Mia Taliaferro, 30th, 17.83.

13-14 100-meter dash: winning time 13.77 seconds. Conway — Olivia Krug, fourth, 14.66; and Veronica Carboni, 12th, 16.77.

Moultonborough — Allison Kelley, second, 14.26; and Lauren Fell, ninth, 16.01.

Ossipee — Rachael Paraskos, sixth, 15.34; and Madison Rosiak, eighth, 15.70.

9-10 200-meter dash: winning time 35.56 seconds by Conway's Piper Lopashanski.

Wakefield — Samantha Krafton, seventh, 39.01.

11-12 200-meter dash: winning time 32.62 seconds. Conway — Grace Perley, fifth, 32.79; Lily Rosa, ninth, 34.10; Zemmi Macmillan, 19th, 37.27; and Liza Graustein, 31st, 42.54.

Madison — Carli Krebs, 10th, 3.64; Katherine Brooks, 12th, 35.33; Ashley Garside, 16th, 35.77; Sarah St. Jean, 24th, 39.34; and Mara Taylor, 29th, 41.33.

Moultonborough — Sarah DuBois, third, 32.74.

Ossipee — Sarah Paraskos, 26th, 39.91; and Autumn Rosiak, 33rd, 43.22.

Wakefield — Emma Macmillan, 20th, 37.70.

13-14 200-meter dash: winning time 30.23 seconds by Moultonborough's Allison Kelley; and Lauren Fell, eighth, 34.48.

Conway — Olivia Krug, second, 30.42.

Ossipee — Madison Rosiak, fifth, 32.70.

9-10 400-meter dash: winning time 1:21.78. Conway — Piper Lopashanski, second, 1:22; and Ivy Zipf, 10th, 1:31.42.

Moultonborough — Kylie Burkhardt, 11th, 1:34.38.

11-12 400-meter dash: winning time 1:11.25. Conway — Grace Perley, sixth, 1:17.54.

Madison — Mara Taylor, 15th, 1:34.93.

Ossipee — Sarah Paraskos, 13th, 1:25.88.

Wakefield — Emma Macmillan, 11th, 1:24.05.

13-14 400-meter run: winning time 1:06.34. Ossipee — Elizabeth Wilbur, 1:11.07.

11-12 800-meter run: winning time 2:45.75. Conway — Shannon Abrams, fourth, 2:56.69.

Madison — McKayla Dockham, eighth, 3:08.03; and Marissa Caputo, ninth, 3:12.46.

13-14 800-meter run: winning time 2:57.22. Ossipee — Elizabeth Wilbur, third, 3:02.09.

Wakefield — Lily Stinchfield, fourth, 3:08.66.

13-14 1600-meter run: winning time 6:47.75. Wakefield — Lily Stinchfield, second, 7:03.57.

4X100 relay Division 2: winning time 1:04.09. Conway (Abrams, Rosa, Perley and Macmillan), third, 1:05.06.

Madison — sixth (Caputo, Brooks, Krebs and Garside), 1:07.96.

9-10 Long Jump: winning jump 7'. Conway — Piper Lopashanski, fifth, 5'11.75"; and Ivy Zipf, 10th, 5'6.75"; and Brynne Trojano, 31st, 4'5.75".

Wakefield — Abigail Macmillan, 15th, 5'4.5"; and Samantha Krafton, 19th, 5'3".

11-12 Long Jump: winning jump 7'3.5". Conway — Grace Perley, 11th, 6'5.5"; Shannon Abrams, 20th, 6'; and Liza Graustein, 32nd, 5'8.25".

Madison — Ashley Gardside, 17th, 6'.5"; Katherine Brooks, 18th, 6'.25"; Mara Taylor, 25th, 5'10.5"; Marissa Caputo, 29th, 5'8.75".

Moultonborough — Sarah DuBois, second, 7'1.5".

Wakefield — Emma Macmillan, 20th, 6'; and Willa Ferris, 28th, 5'10".

13-14 Long Jump: winning jump 17'2.75". Conway — Olivia Krug, eighth, 11'3.5".

Moultonborough — Allison Kelley, fifth, 12'9.5"; and Lauren Fell, 10th, 10'4".

Ossipee — Rachael Parakos, fourth, 13'2.5".

11-12 Hammer Throw (softball): winning toss 142'6". Conway — Lily Rosa, fourth, 87'3".

Madison — Carli Krebs, ninth, 70'2"; Sarah St. Jean, 14th, 62'85"; and McKayla Dockham, 16th, 56'7".

Ossipee — Autumn Rosiak, 18th, 50'1".

Wakefield — Mia Taliaferro, seventh, 85'11".

13-14 Hammer Throw (softball): winning toss 151'7". Conway — Danielle Solomon, fourth, 107'9"; and Christina Solomon, seventh, 76'5".

Wakefield — Julia Morgan, fifth, 100'4". Ossipee — Rachael Paraskos, third, 80'5".