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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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Event Date Game Time Home/Away Opponent Location Win/Loss Score
Girls Basketball Nov 30, 2018 5:00 Home Moultonborough Win 57-11
Boys Basketball Dec 7, 2018 6:00 Home Newmarket Win 57-49
Girls Basketball Dec 7, 2018 5:00 Home Newmarket Win 49-21
Girls Basketball Dec 10, 2018 6:30 Home Colebrook Win 71-38
Girls Basketball Dec 10, 2018 6:30 Home Colebrook Win 48-34

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Jan 25, 2018
The Littleton Crusaders had a big home game Friday Night January 19 against Epping High School. The lady Crusaders were looking to continue their winning streak as they are the last undefeated team left in Girls division 4 basketball. They played a great game where they came out with some offensive aggression scoring 63 total points. They also held Epping to only 32 points with some great defensive hustle. The Littleton boys had a close game against Epping. Todd Krol-Corliss won the game just at the last second with a buzzer beater shot. The whole gym was ecstatic as the boys won 64-63.

The Crusaders played the White Mtns. Regional Spartans at home Tuesday January 23. The Lady Crusaders were looking to have a good game and maybe have more of an offense then they did last time they played White Mtns. They played another great defensive game as did the Spartans and the game ended up really close all the way up to the end where in the last minute the Spartans couldn’t catch up. Littleton won 37-35. Both teams are defensively strong and neither one typically gives up a lot of points. The Boys had the second game on Tuesday Night and the Crusaders came ready to play. They wanted revenge from their earlier matchup in which they lost to the Spartans 57-53. Brody Fillion the starting center for the Crusaders was injured earlier in the week and was not able to play so the Crusaders were missing some height, and this is a game in which they needed. The shots were falling for Littleton though as Todd Krol-Corliss and Parker Briggs combined for 33 points. The Crusaders won 64-61 as White Mtns. couldn’t make a three pointer in the last seconds of the game to tie the score.

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