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November 13, 2012

Londonderry, Windham dominate all-state teams

Londonderry, which had a surprising 14-2 regular season despite missing several key players, and Division 2 state champion Windham had strong showings in the New Hampshire boys soccer All-State teams that were announced recently.

Londonderry was represented by six players overall on the 38-player Division 1 All-State squad while Windham had three players selected on the 42-man Division 2 squad, including two on the first team. Pinkerton’s Steve Weare was named the Division 1 JV Coach of the Year.

In Division 3, Sanborn was represented by two players and Pelham one on the 53-player squad.

Following are the local players selected.

NH Division 1

First Team

Londonderry — Rob Hart, Sr.

Pinkerton — Brian King, Sr.

Timberlane — Tom Sullivan, Sr.,

Second Team

Londonderry — Tom Beedham, Sr.; Kenny Desmarais, Sr.

Timberlane — Gunnar Ericsson, Sr.

Honorable Mention

Londonderry — Dominic Galluzzo, Sr.; Dylan Holland, Sr.; Nate Gaw, Frosh.

Pinkerton — John Hamilton, Soph.; Dustin Beamon, Sr.;

Salem — Andrew Zani, Sr.

NH Division 2

First Team

Windham — Andrew Pesci, Sr.; Chris Ulbrich, Sr..

Second Team

Windham — Alex Whitehead, Sr..

NH Division 3

Honorable Mention

Sanborn — Jon Brown, Jr.; Steven O’Callaghan, Sr.

Pelham — John Hamilton, Soph.; Dustin Beamon, Sr.;

Salem — Harley Kearney, Jr.

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