, Kingston, NH


December 12, 2013

Men's Masters Basketball

HAMPSTEAD – In last week’s action in the Hampstead Men’s Masters Basketball League, Captain Dave Rowell’s East Coast Lumber (6-8) topped Captain Wayne Hamilton’s Dunkin’ Donuts East Hampstead (5-9), 67-56, while in the second game Captain Paul Ramos’ Boutin Glass (12-2) slipped by Captain Stan Lewis’ Village Vinyl (6-8), 63-55. In the final game, Captain Pat Curry’s Gelinas Siding (9-5) defeated Captain Craig Wlodyka’s L&M Construction (4-10), 56-39.

East Coast Lumber 67

Dunkin’ Donuts 56

Dunkin’ took and early 11-7 lead, but East Coast took control in the second quarter for a 29-21 halftime advantage. The teams exchanged hoops in the third period as East Coast still led, 48-40, and outshot Dunkin’ in the last period for the 67-56 win. Dano Anderson and Dan Munsell led East Coast with 15 points each along with Jason Kimball 11 points, Joe Dzengeleski 8 points, Dave Rowell and Bill Demers 6 points each, Harry Williams 4 points and John Fortin with 2 points. Dunkin’ was led by Bill Whearty and Ben Ruggles with 14 points each, Wayne Hamilton 8 points, Terry Crump and Dave Youngblood 6 points each, and Brian Condon with 3 points. East Coast led in field goals, 19-18, while both teams had four three-pointers. Dunkin’ hit 8 of 10 free throws for 80% and East Coast hit 17 of 24 for 71%

Boutin Glass 63

Village Vinyl 55

Boutin took a slim 14-13 lead, but Village came back for a 29-25 lead at the half. The undermanned Village squad was able to hold on and still led, 48-46, going into the final frame where Boutin was finally able to wear them down for the 63-55 win. Scott True led Boutin with 26 points followed by Craig McGuire with 13 points, Kevin Young 9 points, Kevin Meagher 8 points, Ross Huntington 4 points and Paul Ramos with 3 points. Village was led by Jim Whitehouse’s 15 points, Keith Therrien 13 points, Dave Goyette 12 points, Kevin Crump 8 points and Gary Cebula with 7 points. Boutin led in field goals, 23-20, while Village had a 3-2 advantage in three-pointers. Boutin hit 11 of 18 free throws for 61% and Village hit 6 of 10 for 60%.

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  • HMS Sports Awards

    The Hampstead Middle School Athletic Club would like to congratulate the following spring sports athletes who received special recognition for their efforts from their individual coaches. Back row: Jack Berrigan: golf Most Improved; Amanda Lindquist: softball leadership award; Jarrod Foster: golf Coach's Award ; Kaylee Connolly: softball MVP; Eric Ihloff: track Coach's award; Camryn Weston: softball Coach's award; Zach Bedard: baseball Coach's Award; Ryan Auger: track League MVP. Front row: Lauren Thibodeau: golf Most Valuable Golfer, Adrienne deAlmeida: track Coach's Award; Aana Blaszka: track coach's award; Lily Auger: track Coach's Award; Jason Paleno: baseball Team Player Award. Missing from the picture: Jason Burke: track Coach's Award; and Trenton Brickett: baseball Coach's Award.

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