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Timberlane Owls Field Hockey '07

Malloy scores twice, breaks school scoring record

Salem's Kyleigh Keatin, left, is beaten to the ball by Timberlane's Stephanie Glazier, but the Owls were unable to score in the New Hampshire state field hockey finals on Oct. 28. The Salem Blue Devils won the tournament with a 4-0 shutout.7 Photos

Carolyn Malloy was teetering on the brink of a school record for 52-plus minutes yesterday.

She sat tied with Chelsey Feole's 2002 mark of 28 goals in one season after scoring twice against Pinkerton in the semifinal. Then, with 7:19 left in the game, she broke the record with Salem's third goal of the game.

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Field Hockey, 10/29/07 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Salem tears through tournament for sixth title in seven years

Timberlane's Juli Sickel momentarily wrests the ball from Salem's Carolyn Malloy during the New Hampshire state field hockey finals on Oct. 28, but her efforts weren't enough to prevent Malloy from scoring twice. The Blue Devils shut out Timberlane 4-0 to win the title.7 Photos

The word "dynasty" is used all too frequently these days. But the Salem field hockey is as close to one as any team that has had the word heaped upon it in recent years. The Blue Devils bore that out yesterday, cruising to a 4-0 win over Timberlane in the Class L championship, and clinching their third state title in a row and sixth in the last seven years.

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Field Hockey, 10/29/07 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Concord no match for Lavallee, Owls

Timberlane Owls Vs. Concord at Bedford High School State semi-finals2 Photos

BEDFORD | The Bedford FieldTurf hadn't cooled off from Salem's onslaught when Timberlane came out in the nightcap smoking hot right from the opening whistle.

By the time the game was six minutes old, the Owls held a 2-0 advantage against the tourney's Cinderella team, Concord. With 13:26 left in the opening half, Timberlane led 4-0 and the sixth-seeded Crimson Tide were finished, not getting their first shot on junior Brittany McFarland-Bateman until 47 minutes were played.

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Field Hockey, 10/25/07 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Glazier stays hot, Timberlane advances in Class L tourney

Stephanie Glazier scored a hat trick, giving her six goals in the last three games and leading No. 2 Timberlane to a 5-1 victory over No. 8 Dover in the quarterfinals of the Class L tourney.

"We came out a little tight," said Owls coach Mim Ryan. "We hadn't played in 10 days. We let them tie it up before the half, but then we really came out and played our game." Entering the half tied 1-1, Timberlane broke it open with four goals in the second half. Kaitlyn Lavallee and Annie Hansbury each added a goal while Brittany McFarland-Bateman made eight saves.

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Field Hockey, 10/22/07 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Showdown lives up to billing, ends in a draw

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PLAISTOW, N.H. | There were no losers, but there were winners.

In fact, don't for a moment think that nothing was gained yesterday afternoon when unbeatens Salem and Timberlane battled to a 2-2 tie in one of the biggest regular-season showdowns in recent area memory.

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Field Hockey, 10/06/07 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Timberlane defeats Winnacunnet

Kaitlin Hill took a pass from Julie Sickel and scored 15 minutes into the second half in Timberlane's 1-0 win over Winnacunnet. Brittany McFarland-Bateman made seven saves and Annie Hansbury stood out on defense for the Owls.

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Field Hockey, 10/04/07 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Battle of the Unbeatens

Pictured are two-time defending state champion Salem's tri-captains. The three 17-year-olds from Windham will all be be playing Division 1 college field hockey. They are, from left, Carolyn Malloy (Northeastern), Ashley Mulkey (Providence) and Tatum Dyer (American University).2 Photos

Ashley Mulkey, Carolyn Malloy and Tatum Dyer are ready to move in a new direction.

Field hockey teammates since starting the sport together in Windham as sixth graders, they are captains for two-time defending Class L champion Salem, which has a showdown of unbeatens at 4 p.m. Friday at Timberlane.

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Field Hockey, 10/03/07 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Timberlane's Cannon is the epitome of a scholar-athlete

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PLAISTOW, N.H. | Timberlane field hockey coach Mim Ryan may need to switch some personnel around Friday when the Owls host two-time defending champion Salem in a Class L showdown of unbeatens.

On the other hand, with senior Sarah Cannon on the team, that won't be a problem.

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Field Hockey, 10/02/07 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Timberlane pounds Manchester Central

Kaitlin Hill and Kaitlyn Lavallee both scored twice as Timberlane pounded Manchester Central 7-0. Chelsea Sickel added three helpers, and Stephanie Glazier chipped in with two. Brittany McFarland-Bateman made two saves to earn the shutout.

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Field Hockey, 09/22/07 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Timberlane downs Dover

Stephanie Glazier scored twice and Sarah Cannon netted a goal and an assist as Timberlane downed Dover 4-2. Kaitlin Hill chipped in a pair of assists.

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Field Hockey, 09/08/07 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars
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