LHS Varsity Game Scores and Highlights

May 15

The Littleton Crusaders girls' tennis team has ended the regular season as the top team in the NHIAA Division III as they went undefeated, posting a record of 14-0. Littleton would have a few tough games last week to close out the regular season as they defeated neighboring Profile, 5-4, and then earned another 5-4 win over Moultonborough on Wednesday, May 15. Littleton will be the top ranked team entering the playoffs where they will host an opening round game on Wednesday, May 22.

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LEFT: Littleton's Alexis Sparks reached high for the ball while trying to keep her foot on the bag during the Crusaders home game with Profile last Wednesday.
RIGHT: Littleton's Jasmine Brown earned many big wins over last weeks matches for the Crusaders, helping to lead Littleton to a 14-0 record on the regular season.

The Littleton Crusaders boys' tennis team will await their fate to see if they make it into the NHIAA Division III Tournament as they currently sit in sixth place in a tight field of teams with similar records. Littleton ended their final week of games strong as they picked up back to back wins over Bishop Brady and Moultonborough, both on Wednesday, May 22.

The Littleton girls' softball team went 1-2 over their last week of games as they defeated Moultonborough by a score of 15-9, while dropping games to Groveton and Profile. The Crusaders currently sit at a record of 6-7 on the season while they will finish up their regular season this week with their final game happening on Thursday, May 23 as they host Lisbon. Game time is posted for 4:30 p.m.

The Littleton boys' baseball team bounced back after dropping four straight games to win all three of their games last week, picking up wins over Groveton, Moultonborough, and Profile. The Crusaders currently sit at a record of 8-7 on the season and will finish up their regular season this week with a final home game on Thursday, May 23 as they host Lisbon. Game time is posted for 4:30 p.m.

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The Littleton boys' baseball team huddle around Coach AJ Bray to get a pre-game speech prior to their game with Profile on Wednesday.

May 6 - May 11

The Littleton Crusaders girls' tennis team remains undefeated after they had another solid week of games, picking up six straight wins to move to an overall record of 12-0 on the season. The Crusaders would have their closest match of the year, however, as they hosted neighboring Profile on Saturday, May 11, but they came away with a 5-4 win with Olivia Corrigan and Makayla Dermako picking up a big doubles win which made the difference in the contest. Littleton will wrap up their regular season this week, with their final match coming on Wednesday, May 15 as they travel to play Moultonborough. Game time is posted for 4 p.m. Littleton will then await their seeding for the NHIAA Division III Tournament.

The Littleton Crusaders girls' softball team got on the positive side of their record over last weeks games as they improved to an overall record of 5-4 on the season after splitting with Woodsville and earning a commanding, 22-7, win over Lin-Wood on Thursday, May 9. The Crusaders will have three games this week with their final game of the week falling on Wednesday, May 15 as they host Profile. Game time is posted for 3 p.m.

The Littleton boys' baseball team ran into a tough schedule over their past week of games as they dropped four straight games, two to Pittsfield, one of Woodsville, and another to Lin-Wood with Pittsfield and Woodsville both sitting at the top of the Division IV standings. The Crusaders will look to get back on track as they play three games this week with their final game of the week falling on Wednesday, May 15 as they host Profile. Game time is posted for 3 p.m.

The Littleton boys' tennis team earned their best win of the season on Monday, May 6 as they hosted the Profile Patriots and earned a 5-4 victory. Littleton improves to an overall record of 8-4 on the season while they finish up their regular season this week with their final game happening on Tuesday, May 14 as they host Bishop Brady. Game time is posted for 4 p.m. Depending on how the Crusaders finish their season, they will wait to see if they make it into the NHIAA Division III Tournament.

LHS Sports Left: Littleton's Olivia Corrigan hits a strong forehand for a point during her match on Saturday, May 11 at Remich Park.
Right: Littleton's Tyler Le hustles to reach his opponents shot and returns a well placed shot into the back left corner of the court for a point during his match on Monday vs. Profile.

April 29 - May 4

The Littleton Crusaders boys' baseball team posted a record of 2-2 over their last week of games as they defeated Gorham by a score of 19-2 and Colebrook by a score of 6-2. The Crusaders would run into a tough Pittsfield Panthers team over the weekend, however, dropping both games 9-3, and 4-3 to move to an overall record of 5-5 on the season. Littleton will play again on Wednesday, May 8 as they travel to play Woodsville. Game time is posted for 4 p.m.

The Littleton softball team had just two games last week as they defeated Gorham 17-10 while they were edged out by Colebrook, 12-11. The Crusaders move to an overall record of 3-3 on the season and will play again on Wednesday, May 8 as they host the Woodsville Engineers for a double header. Game time is posted for 3 p.m.

There has been no stopping the Littleton Crusaders girls' tennis team as they remain undefeated on the season, sitting at an overall record of 6-0 on the season. Littleton defeated Prospect Mountain, 8-1, and then earned a commanding 9-0 win over White Mountains Regional. Littleton will look to keep the ball rolling as they will play again on Tuesday, May 7 as they host Profile. Game time is posted for 2 p.m.

LHS Sports Left: Littleton's Madisen Dumont led the Crusaders past the Gorham Huskies on Thursday, May 2 as Dumont went 5-5 at the plate with four RBI's.
Right: Lexi Walker hits a strong backhand for a point as Littleton defeated White Mountains Regional, 9-0, on Tuesday, May 30.
photos: Corey McKean

April 18 - April 25

Littleton Tennis: The Littleton Crusaders girls' tennis team is coming off their third straight win of the season as they defeated the Profile Patriots back on Thursday, April 18 by a score of 6-3. After a week off for Spring break, the Crusaders will return to action on Monday, April 29 as they travel to play Prospect Mountain. Littleton will also host the White Mountain Regional Spartans on Tuesday, April 30. Game time is posted for 4 p.m.

Littleton Baseball: The Littleton Crusaders baseball team suffered their first loss of the season on Thursday, April 25 as they hosted the undefeated Woodsville Engineers and fell by a score of 7-2. Littleton will look to get back on track but they have a tough week ahead, facing the defending Division III Champions, White Mountains Regional back to back while also playing Gorham on Wednesday, May 1. Game time is posted for 4 p.m.

LHS SportsLEFT: Littleton's Laney Hadlock hits a strong backhand shot for a point back on Thursday, April 18.
RIGHT: Littleton's Josh Finkle comes in to pitch relief midway through for fourth inning for the Crusaders on Thursday, April 25 against the Woodsville Engineers.
photos: Corey McKean

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