, Kingston, NH


December 12, 2012

Men's Masters Basketball

HAMPSTEAD – In Week 15 of the Hampstead Masters Basketball League, Captain Stan Lewis’ East Coast Lumber (8-7 slipped by Captain Ken Wolenksi’s Village Vinyl (8-7), 50-46, while in the second game Craig Wlodyka’s L&M Construction (9-6) knocked off Captain Dave Rowell’s Gelinas Siding (8-7), 60-43. In the final game, Captain Bob Dudal’s Dunkin’ Donuts East Hampstead (8-7) outlasted Captain Pat Curry’s United Business Machines (4-11), 57-49.

East Coast Lumber 50

Village Vinyl 46

In a start to finish slugfest, Village took an early 11-8 first quarter lead and extended their advantage to 27-18 at the half. East Coast started to turn the tables as they cut into the lead, but still trailed, 33-27. The final period was the difference as East Coast was able to take control along with hitting some key free throws for the 50-46 win. Scott True led East Coast with 16 points followed by Craig McGuire with 11 points, Russ Evans, Keith Therrien and Gary Cebula with 6 points each, and Stan Lewis with 5 points. Village was led by Mike Desmond with 12 points along with Jim Whitehouse 10 points, Sean Morrissey 7 points, Ken Wolenski and Tim McDonald 6 points each, and Ross Huntington and Marty Auger 2 points each. Village led in field goals, 17-16, and three pointers, 3-2, but Village had the key advantage in free throw shooting, hitting 12 of 21 for 57% versus Village’s 3 of 6 for 50%.

L&M Construction 60

Gelinas Siding 43

L&M jumped out to a 15-10 first quarter lead and added to their advantage for a 33-20 halftime score. Gelinas could not get on track as L&M continued to maintain control with a 44-30 lead after three periods and cruised to the 60-43 win. Scott Doyle led L&M with 23 points with help from Matt Tulley and Paul Ramos with 8 points each, Kevin Young 7 points, Jeff Steenson 6 points, and Craig Wlodyka and Terry Crump with 2 points each. Gelinas was led by Jason Kimball with 17 points, Mark Raumikaitis 8 points, Dave Goyette and Dave Wojichowski 6 points each, Craig Anderson 3 points and Dave Rowell with 2 points. L&M led in field goals, 19-15, and free throw shooting, hitting 16 of 20 for 80% versus Gelinas’ 7 of 14 for 50%. Both teams had two three-pointers.

Dunkin’ Donuts, EH 57

UBM 49

In a tightly played first half, the score was knotted, 14-14, after the first frame and Dunkin’ enjoyed a slim one point lead, 30-29, at the half. UBM was able to keep pace with Dunkin’ in the third period as they tied the game, 44-44, going into the final quarter but went ice cold as Dunkin’ took control for the 57-49 win. Dano Anderson and Fred Malcolm both had 17 points to lead Dunkin’ along with John Sheehan and Wayne Hamilton 8 points each, Ben Ruggles 5 points, and Bob Dudal with 2 points. UBM was led by Bill Whearty with 19 points followed by John Keisling 11 points, Kevin Crump 6 points, Harry Williams 5 points, Don Bell 4 points and Pat Curry and Dick Danner with 2 points each. UBM led in field goals, 22-14, and free throw shooting, hitting 5 of 8 for 63% versus Dunkin’s 11 of 19 for 58%. Dunkin’ dominated in three pointers category, 6-0.


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  • Precious Trophy

    The Boston Red Sox World Series Tour came to the Sanborn Regional Middle School, in Newton Junction. The program was sponsored by the Newton Recreation Commission in their efforts to renovate Greenie Park. Proud to be photographed with the series trophy is Ransom Larson, 11, son of Leanne and Jason Larson. If you’d like to help with the Greenie Park project, call Annie Collyer at 603-502-2019.

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  • Athletic Scholarship Recipients

    The Hampstead Athletic Club congratulates the following recipients of the Ray Flaherty Athletic Scholarship, Natalie Fabrizio and Connor Kwiecien. Each year the scholarship is awarded to a former middle school athlete who participates in athletics during their senior year at Pinkerton Academy, and who demonstrate leadership qualities, sportsmanship and citizenship. This year due to Ray Flaherty’s generosity the club was able to award two scholarships.

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  • Softball Tryouts Posted 8 hours ago
  • Free Karate Intro Posted 8 hours ago
  • Soccer Program Posted 8 hours ago
  • Golf Classic Posted 8 hours ago
  • Sports Physical Clinics Posted 8 hours ago
  • Football/Cheer Registration Posted 8 hours ago
  • 5K Road Race Posted 8 hours ago

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