Timberlane Owls Football '21

DOM-INANT: Pallaria (5 TDs), Owls roll into semifinals

PLAISTOW — Dom Pallaria put on a show with 12 carries for 141 yards and 5 TDs as Timberlane (now 10-0) hammered Gilford-Belmont 42-6 Friday in the Division 2 quarterfinals. Coach Kevin Fitzgerald said of the 6-0, 180-pound Pallaria: "I'm happy for him. He's a senior in a home playoff game. It's very important for him. He's an outstanding leader and led by example." Pallaria took care of the offense (with help from Dan Post 86 yards, 1 TD) and Bryce Parker took care of the defense. The senior tackle was in the B-G backfield all night with 9 tackles, 3 sacks and a blocked punt. Fitzpatrick said, "Bryce's a high motor kid. He's quick and strong and tough to block." Linebacker Braden Perras contributed an interception against the 5-4 visitors. The Owls will now host St. Thomas Aquinas (Saturday, 1 p.m.) in the semifinals. STA is 8-2 including its quarterfinal 21-0 win over Hanover. The bad news is it lost it's season-opener to the Owls 43-0.

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Football, 11/05/21 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Patnaude, Hurley help Owls stay unbeaten

PLAISTOW — Timberlane pounded Division 2 rival Pembroke, 49-13, on Friday night, to improve to 7-0. Dominic Pallaria and Dan Post both scored twice in a balanced effort. Harrison Bloom was 7-for-7 on PAT kicks. Coach Kevin Fitzgerald went to the bench early and everybody seemed to contribute. He was elated that backup running back Austin Patnaude led the squad in rushing and had a 34-yard TD run. Also Sean Hurley shined on defense include a sack. Fitzgerald, the 14th-year Owls head coach, thought it might be 25 years or longer since the Owls were 7-0 to start the season. The Owls are at Kingswood (0-6 heading into Saturday's game) next Friday at 7 p.m.

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Football, 10/15/21 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Owls overwhelm Sanborn


PLAISTOW — Timberlane senior defensive lineman Bryce Parker spent way too much time on the sidelines Friday night and he wasn't too keen on it.

"I don't like sitting on the side, I want to be out there," said Parker.

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Football, 10/08/21 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Timberlane delivers statement win over Plymouth

PLYMOUTH, N.H. — If there were any questions if Timberlane was for real this fall, the Owls made a major statement on Saturday.

Dom Pallaria ran for 120 yards and three touchdown, and Timberlane rolled past previously-unbeaten Plymouth 28-13 on Saturday night.

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Football, 09/25/21 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Parker, Langlois fuel Timberlane defense

PLAISTOW — Timberlane gave up its first points of the season ... but only after the Owls stormed to a 40-0 lead late in the first half. The 3-0 Owls performed a rarity with seven different players scoring one touchdown: four on the ground, one through the air, one on a punt return and one on an interception.

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Football, 09/17/21 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Bloom, Owls give Kennett the boot

NORTH CONWAY —  Surprising Timberlane roughed up Kennett, 41-0, Friday night to improve to 2-0.. Junior Harrison Bloom booted 38- and 34-yard field goals and was perfect on PATs. Timberlanej owned the line of scrimmage with Dom Pallaria (14-141, 1 TD), Dan Post (4-72, 1 TD( and Eddie DiGiulio (10-69) leading the attack. QB Dom Coppeta contributed two TD runs while attempting just three passes on the night. Coach Kevin Fitzgerald hailed the play of linebackers Cooper Kelley and Joe Shivell and tackler Evan Roeger in the shutout. Fitzgerald said, "For the second week in a row, we were able to outphysical the other team." That's to the tune of an 84-0 victory margin in the two games. Kennett dropped its second straight lopsided game. They hope to do it for the third week in a row when the Owls play their home opener Friday at 6:30 p.m. vs. Merrimack Valley (1-1).

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Football, 09/10/21 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Post, Timberlane roll in opener

Dan Post and his Timberlane teammates certainly know how to kick off a season.Post rushed 127 yards and three touchdowns - including a 76-yard score - as the Owls rolled past St. Thomas 43-0 in the season-opener for both teams on Friday.The win was the first for the Owls to start a season since 2016."This was a great way to start the season," said Timberlane coach Kevin Fitzgerald. "We played so well in all three phases of the game. Our offense moved the ball, our defense was strong and our kicking game was good."Post needed just nine carries to hit 127 yards, an average of 14.1 yards a rush. It was the second best day of his career. He ran for 146 yards in last fall's state tourney win over Sanborn.Post opened the scoring in the first quarter with a 14-yard touchdown. He added a 6-yard score in the second quarter, then broke his 76-yard TD in the third.QB Dom Coppeta added a 10-yard score and linebacker Camden Zambrowicz intercepted a pass and ran it back 45 yards for a score in the second quarter.Jake Basnett closed out the scoring with a 3-yard TD in the fourth quarter.Timberlane's defense limited St. Thomas to just 114 yards for the game, all on the ground, and held the Saints to just 1 for 9 on third down."Our defense played very well," said Fitzgerald. "We got the interception return and a safety. This is a team that believes in themselves. They played very confident, and we hope to build off this win."

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Football, 09/04/21 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars