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June 21. 2014 12:14AM

Good Sports - NH lacrosse, baseball, softball champs




The Bedford Cannons U-15 "A" team coached by Chris Cameron and Steve Kirkpatrick finished the spring season as undefeated champion of the New Hampshire Youth Lacrosse Association.

Seen after their championship victory earlier this month are, front, Kyle Fink, left, and Luke Boll; kneeling, from left, Brennan Mcinnis, Alex Steeves, Ryan Bleakley, Sam Gregson, Michael Etzo, Kyle Greer and Eric Flynn; standing, from left, Devin LaFrance, Reid Kirkpatrick, Zach Tucci, Demetri Anagnost, Stephen Simpson, Gannon Lowrie, Stewart Kirkpatrick, Colton Krasinski, Charley Speaker, Brian Cameron and coach Chris Cameron; and back, coach Steve Kirkpatrick and Josh Koellmer.

The Manchester North Serifs came from behind in the playoffs to win the Manchester North Little League Championship.

In a 9-5 victory over Merchants, Paul Lamontagne pitched a complete game, Krystian Bosse hit his third home run of the playoffs and shortstop Jacob Bliven starred defensively. Team members, front from left, are Jack Philibotte, Paul Lamontagne and Tyler Stethem. Middle, Krystian Bosse, Evan Smith, Caleb Kramer, Jasper Pinto, Gerome Rogers, Matt Simmons and Ben Haney. Back, coaches Steve Simmons, Steve Goupil and Steve Philibotte. Missing from photo: Jacob Bliven and Tyler Forand.

The New Hampshire Comets 10U Girls’ fast-pitch softball team won the "Just Play It Invitation" in Nashua recently.

Team members are, front from left, coach Boelter, Isabella Rivera, Izzy Nelson,Tayler Watterson, Jaelyn Kelleher and coach Rivera. Middle, Abby Walsh, Ami Rivera, Jayden Johnson, Lilly Brochu, Lydia Castro and Kaitlyn Boelter. Back, coach Nelson.

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