, Kingston, NH


May 2, 2013

Over-the- Hill League

HAMPSTEAD – In the third week of regular season play, Atkinson Graphics remains the only undefeated team as they short-circuited Small World Wireless 53-46. Hampstead Center Market paper-jammed Century Copiers 67-55 and RAM Printing inked United Business Machines (UBM) 55-46.



Center Market was led by Mike Desmond with 31 points including three 3-pointers and six free throw points. Also with another good game, rookie Steve Ellis dropped in 25 with three 3’s and a couple free throw points. Bill Fantini popped in 7 with one 3 pointer, Dave Rowell and Dennis Faino added 2 each and great defense by Steve Drelick, Mike Pierce and newly acquired Keith Capulli.

Century was led by John Keisling with 15 including five free throw points. Rich Wells plunked in 14 including two 3’s and four free throw points, Dave Wojo and Ross Huntington both added 7, Ray Wilburn slipped in 4, Mike Koutelis and Frank Clemente 3, and rookie Kevin Bartolotta added 2.



Atkinson was once again led by Sean Morrissey with 29 including three 3 pointers. John Mayhew dropped in 10, Ron Buccini popped in 8, Mike Sandberg plinked in 6, and great defense from Jerry Kamitian, Tom Ferrari, Kevin Stanton and Bob Giordano.

Small World was led by Bill Whearty with 21. Bill Chasse dropped in 11, Bob Dudal slipped in 8, rookie John Boutin added 4 and Dave Youngblood added 2. Good hustle by Chad Dresser, Rick Leuchte and Gerry Collins.



RAM was led by Ben Ruggles with 23 including perfect 9-9 from the free throw line. Joe Dzengeleski rammed in 12, Gary Cebula popped in 10 including two 3’s, Anthony Serino slipped in 4 but only 2-4 from the line, Craig Anderson, Mike McConnell and Mike Rockwood all added 2 each and great defense by Jim White.

UBM was led by John Ganem with 13 with nice 3-4 from the line. Peter Sweet dropped in 11 with perfect 3-3 from the line, Bob Clark popped in 7 with nice 3-4 from the line, Gary Sonnenscham added 6 on two 3’s, Dana Knowles also contributed 6, James Gardner 3 and good hustle from Ken Fure and Howie Steadman.

Text Only

Sports News
  • Jo Ann Hughes, 79

    Sandown, NH — Jo Ann (Phelps) Hughes of Sandown, New Hampshire passed away on Thursday, March 27, 2014, surrounded by all of her children at home. She was born in Little Bend Kentucky, to Beatrice (Shepherd) Phelps and John (Cat) Phelps in 1934. Jo Ann was predeceased by brothers, Marcus Phelps, Johnny Phelps, Forrest Phelps and sisters, Juanita Phelps, and Jeanette (Phelps) Vincent. She is survived by brother, Donald Quiggins of Georgia; sisters, Geneva (Phelps) Stanley of Kentucky, and Frances (Phelps) Bratcher of Tennessee who had just visited Jo Ann in September of 2013.

    Continued ...
    The Carriage Towne News Thu, April 10
    6 days
  • Margaret F. (Harrington) Kinney, 107

    Atkinson, NH — Margaret F. (Harrington) Kinney, 107, a resident of Atkinson for eighty-two years, died peacefully at her home surrounded by her loving family.

    Continued ...
    The Carriage Towne News Thu, April 03
    13 days 1 Photo
  • Laura L. Day, 79

    Newton, NH — Laura L. (Hartford) Day, 79, of Newton, NH, died Sunday evening, March 16, at Kindred Hospital, Peabody.

    Continued ...
    The Carriage Towne News Thu, March 27
    20 days
  • Norman Sansoucie, 77

    East Kingston, NH — Norman P. Sansoucie, 77, died on March 3, 2014, at the Clipper Harbor Nursing Home in Portsmouth, NH. He was born on May 29, 1936, in Haverhill, MA, son of William and Albertine (Beauparlant) Sansoucie.

    Continued ...
    The Carriage Towne News Thu, March 20
    27 days
  • John Colby, 76

    Brentwood, NH — John Ellsworth Colby, 76, formerly of Sandown, N.H., and Brownville, Maine, died on February 22, 2014, at the Rockingham County Nursing Home, after a lengthy illness. Born in Keene, N.H., Mr. Colby was the first son of the late Russell and Edythe Colby of Bradford, Mass. His brother, Dr. David R. Colby of Beaufort, N.C., predeceased him as well. Mr. Colby graduated in 1955 from Haverhill High School and attended Northeastern University and Wentworth Institute of Technology. He was a well known home designer and builder, and furniture craftsman, particularly known for his ability to create beautiful curved staircases. He was the founding production manager of both Westville Homes Corporation of Plaistow, N.H., and Xyloid Corporation of Greenville, Pa.,, pioneers in the modular home industry. He was also proprietor of the Westville Getty service station in Plaistow in the 1970s, and co-owner and occasional driver of the “1/5 Schenley Special” stock cars that raced, from 1968 to 1989, at Star in Epping, N.H., Lee, N.H., Hudson, N.H., and Westboro Mass., speedways.

    Continued ...
    The Carriage Towne News Thu, March 13
    34 days