Girls U11 Team Goes Undefeated to Win the Championship
LUSC (Londonderry United Soccer Club) hosted the annual Labor Day Tournament at its West Road facilities this past weekend. The tournament drew dozens of U9 – U14 boys and girls teams from all across New England to compete in twelve divisions.
Champions – Ciara Amerena, Lea Baum, Emmy Dumaresq, Maillie McDermott, Abbie Ellis, Samantha LeClair, Taylor Rumrill, Keeley Francis, Jillian Luz, Sophia Scarfo and Olivia Stowell.
The Londonderry Bolts entered 3 teams in the tournament – boys U12, girls U11 and girls U10. The boys U12 posted a record of 0-1-2, while the girls U10 went 2-2. The girls U11 team, which played up in the U12 division, posted wins vs. Hampton Attack (7-0) of Hampton, NH, World Cup (3-0) of Nashua, NH and Framingham Freeze (3-1) of Massachusetts to earn a bid to the Championship game vs. Scarborough, Maine. The Bolts’ offense came to play, scoring early in the first half. The defense backed up their efforts not allowing any shots on goal. The Bolts put away the win in the second half with another goal just minutes before the game’s end.
Girls U10 Londonderry Bolts Team
Boys U12 Londonderry Bolts Team
The U14 FC Londonderry Bolts team just recently were crowned champions of the “English Premier League” division of the FutsalNH league. They defeated their opponents 6-0 in the semifinals, and 8-1 in the finals to claim the championship. They scored 101 goals and gave up only 26 in League Play, finishing with a record of 9 wins 0 losses.
The team is looking forward to competing in the NH State Cup and Maple Division 2 this spring. The team includes Pat Cooper, Tom Stanley, Marshall Halpin Jon Ferri, Jake Ziegler, Noah Davis, Jackson Easter, Nick Anderson, Tim Zepf, Tim Bortnick, Casey Tardif, Nate Gaw, Jarrett Davis, Griffin Cowles, Elijah Ellis, Ryan Forkey, and is coached by Todd Ellis and Gary Cowles.
The Londonderry Bolts are a Londonderry United Soccer Club team. United Soccer Club is a competitive travel soccer program for boys and girls ages seven to eighteen. The group is a volunteer, non-profit organization that provides the community with a positive soccer environment. The program hosts both fall and spring outdoor seasons in the Granite State, as well as holiday tournaments, indoor sessions, skills training, and summer camps. Learn more here.