Cutlines: Berlin Bowling summer finals

Bowling 1 This year's Berlin Bowling Center's 2-Person summer champions were (from left), Cari Perreault and Charley Cropley. High series, Dave Moore, 625, Charley Cropley, 233. (COURTESY PHOTO)

 

 Bowling 2 This year's Thursday Sweepers League. High Series, Nick Fournier, 638, high game, Nick Fournier, 248, Travis Roy, 244, Charley 244, in the final nights roll off champions. Champion Cari Perreault and runner-up Nick Fournier. (COURTESY PHOTO)

 

 

Bowling 3Friday's Berlin Bowling Bumper League's top team for the season was Troy Lamontagne, Ethan Lamontagne and Phoenix Labrecque, missing Jaxson Small. Most improved Matt Laughton. (COURTESY PHOTO)

 

Wednesday, Seniors

Game 1, No Tap winners, Chuck Dodge, Peggy Marcou. Game 2, Predict your score winner: Norm Bouchard. Game 2, Splits, 9's, x's game winners. Chuck Dodge & Lorraine Martin. Game 4, Poker Bowling winner, Pete Gagne. (COURTESY PHOTO) 

Bowling league standing 8/15

Tuesday, Aug. 15

2-Person League — Team 7, The Rough Shooters, 19-9; Team 6, 29, 17-11. High score game — Charley Cropley, 223, Dave Moore, 223. High score series — Dave Moore, 625, Cari Perreault 548. 

Thursday, Aug. 17

Final league standings: Sweepers/Summer — Team 1, Nick Fournier, 46-10, Team 5, Cari Perreault, 39-17. High score game — 201, Charley Cropley 201. High score series — Nick Fournier, 569, Travis Roy, 562. 

Friday, Aug. 18 Final Standings 

Final standings: Summer Bumper — Team #2, 6.5-3.5. Team 1, Disco ball boys and a girl, 3.5-6.5. High score game — Matt Laughton 102, Chloe Gagnon, 93. High score series — Matt Laughton, 102, Chloe Gagnon 93. 

Sunday, Aug. 20

2-Person League — League top series — Heidi Manfredi, 461. League top game — Olivia Laughton, 183. Most improved — Olivia Laughton +16. 

Wednesday Aug. 23

Seniors: Game 1, No Tap winners — Norm Bouchard. Game 2, Predict your score winners — Peggy Marcou within 2/pins. Game 3, Splits, 9's, x's game winners — Norm Bouchard, 160, Game 4, Poker bowling winner — Norm Bouchard. 

Berlin Bowling Center league standings as of Aug. 13

Sunday, Aug. 13

2-Person Summer — Team 4, Hunters, 17-11, team 1 Titanium Twins, 14-14. High score game — Bruce Belanger, 156, Roger Belanger, 139. High score series — Bruce Belanger, 399, Randy Belanger, 354. 

Tuesday, Aug. 8

2-Person — Team #7 The Rough Shooters, 18-6, Team 1, Right Turn, 14-10. High score game — Nick Fournier, 215, Travis Roy, 190. High score series — Nick Fournier, 613, Travis Roy, 538. 

Wednesday, Aug. 16 

Seniors: Game 1, No Tap Winners — Pete Gagne, Norm Bouchard, 142. Game 2, Predict Your Score winner — Norm Bouchard. Game 3, Split, 9's. X's, game winner — Lorraine Martin, Pete Gagne, 174. Game 4, Poker Bowling winner — Norm Bouchard. Lucky ticket winner Peggy Marcou. 

Thursday, Aug. 10

Sweepers/Summer — Team #1 Nick Fournier, 43-9, Dave Moore 36-16. High score game — Charley Cropley, 217, David Moore 210. High score series — Nick Fournier, 564, Charley Cropley, 532. 

Friday, Aug. 11

Summer Bumper — Team #2, 6.5-2.5. Team 1, Disco Ball Boys & a Girl, 2.5-6.5. High score series — Chloe Gagnon, 104, Matt Laughton, 84. High score series — 104, Matt Laughton 84. 

Blanchette and Picard named to All-State, First Team, in field hockey

 

By Lloyd Jones

BERLIN — Three members of the Berlin High field hockey team have been recognized for their play on the field this fall.

The New Hampshire Field Hockey Coaches Association announced its 2017 All-State and Twin State lists last week. Seniors Alyson Blanchette and Emily Picard were named to Division III All-State, First Team.

Teammate Jenah Arsenault, a junior, received All-State, Second Team honors.

Twenty-nine girls were selected to both the first and second teams. No team placed more than two girls on the First Team with Berlin joining, Gilford, Newfound, Stevens, Hopkinton, Winnisquam with two girls each.

Berlin went 9-5 during the regular season to secure the No. 5 seed for the Division III tournament. The Mountaineers beat No. 12 Bow 4-0 in the opening round of the playoffs but saw their season come to an end with a 1-0 quarterfinal loss to No. 4 Gilford on the road.

Berlin outscored its opponents 36-17 during the regular season this fall.

The team will lose six seniors — Molly Sloan, Kali Thomas, Emily Picard, Sarah Clark, Alyson Blanchette and Katie Host — to graduation next spring.

There are four juniors — Teah Hickey, Jessica Vien, Jenah Arsenault and Olivia Boucher; three sophomores — Natalie Williams, Kaelyn Blais and Maddie Cordwell; and eight freshmen — Jenna Laflamme, Emily Coulombe, Mickailey Walsh, Kelly Mccormick, Aubrey Poirier, Lily Campbell, Madison Letarte and Makenna Balderrama.

The Division III Player of the Year is Hayleigh LeTourneau of Newfound.

The Division III Goalie of the Year is Tess Whitney of Stevens (9-5).

The Division III Coach of the year is Dennis Pelletier of John Stark.  Pelletier led the Generals to a 3-11 record.

Undefeated Newfound, the No. 1 seed during the regular season, capped off its year by winning the state championship at Bedford High School on Oct. 29, by beating No. 10 seed Mascoma Valley 2-0.