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Season Coming to a Close

Oct 9, 2018
The Fall sports are winding down, the Field Hockey team has played their last home game of the season on October 4th, they face Mascoma on Friday the 12th as their last game. The boys and girls Varsity soccer will have their last home game on Friday at 4:00 against Lin-Wood.

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Girls Playoffs

Mar 7, 2018
Littleton Basketball was buzzing as the NHIAA division 4 playoffs kicked off. With the Lady Crusaders atop the standings being undefeated and a favorite to win the whole tournament. The Boys have a good shot at winning as they are the 3rd seed. Both teams get the two home playoff games and then the rest of the games are played out at Plymouth University.

The girls started their playoffs with a game against Profile Tuesday, February 20th. This was a fairly easy game for them as the Littleton girls started their playoff run with a 57 to 29 victory against the Profile Patriots. The very next game was against the Groveton Eagles Friday, February 23rd. This was the last game the Lady Crusaders played at home. It was a close intense game until the second half where Littleton just pulled away with great defense and putting a lot of pressure on the Groveton side. Laney Hadlock and Lexi Walker combined for 30 points as the Crusaders won 54-39. The next game of the playoffs was at Plymouth State University against Colebrook High School Monday, February 26th. This was arguably one of the most highly anticipated matchups of the tournament. Colebrook’s Taylor Siewierski led her team in scoring as she dropped 21 points in this game. Despite Taylor’s hard work, Colebrook couldn’t get the win as they fell to the Crusaders with a final score of 49-41. Littleton advanced to the finals that were played on March 3rd.

The Lady Crusaders were on a roll to say the least. They had an undefeated season going and were playing strong against good opponents. They were shooting the ball tremendously and had everything going for them. They had just one more hurdle in their way, and that was to beat Hinsdale. Hinsdale came into this tournament ranked as the 2nd seed as they had suffered one loss at the hands of Colebrook at the beginning of the season. Finally after almost a week of waiting, the championship game was here. On March 3rd both teams rolled out and looked ready to play. Hinsdale was playing very good defense and held the Lady Crusaders to a scoreless first quarter. Some of the shots that the Crusaders were taking just were not falling into the hoop. It was low scoring all around as both teams played good defense, hustled, and played hard. Towards the end of the game the lead was changing hands and it was anyone’s game. A couple of bad possessions and Hinsdale ended up with a two point lead with about 45 seconds to go. Littleton had to start fouling to put Hinsdale on the free throw line. Hinsdale missed the first of a one and one, and Littleton had a bit of a miscue with under 15 seconds left that allowed Hinsdale to regain possession. Again Hinsdale was put on the line with a chance to basically end the game but again they missed the front end of a one and one. Littleton down by two with little time left gets the ball up the court in a panic and has one last shot. Jasmine Brown gets a decent look from pretty deep out to win the game but, she misses. The Buzzer goes off and Hinsdale are the champions with a final score of 32-30. It was a close game and anyone could have won, but it ended up being Hinsdale this time. Hopefully the girls can learn from their mistakes and win it next year. Still a great season for the girls.

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